Arousal and attention re-orienting in autism spectrum disorders: evidence from auditory event-related potentials

@inproceedings{Orekhova2014ArousalAA,
  title={Arousal and attention re-orienting in autism spectrum disorders: evidence from auditory event-related potentials},
  author={Elena V. Orekhova and Tatiana Alexandrovna Stroganova},
  booktitle={Front. Hum. Neurosci.},
  year={2014}
}
The extended phenotype of autism spectrum disorders (ASD) includes a combination of arousal regulation problems, sensory modulation difficulties, and attention re-orienting deficit. A slow and inefficient re-orienting to stimuli that appear outside of the attended sensory stream is thought to be especially detrimental for social functioning. Event-related potentials (ERPs) and magnetic fields (ERFs) may help to reveal which processing stages underlying brain response to unattended but salient… CONTINUE READING

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