Kristin L Knopf

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Diagnoses of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are often made rapidly in physicians' offices without thorough assessment. We examined whether adults diagnosed with ADHD would score differently from controls on a modified Sensory Gating Inventory (SGI: Hetrick et al. in Schizophr Bull 38:178-191, 2012; Kisley et al. in Psychophysiol 41:604-612,(More)
Previous ERP studies have provided mixed information about ADHD, especially in adults and when conscious attention to stimuli is not required. We used the auditory N1 to assess automatic attention in adults with and without ADHD. While participants watched a silent video, trains of 5 tones (400-ms onset-to-onset time) were presented with intertrain(More)
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