Current source density measures of electroencephalographic alpha predict antidepressant treatment response.

@article{Tenke2011CurrentSD,
  title={Current source density measures of electroencephalographic alpha predict antidepressant treatment response.},
  author={Craig E. Tenke and J{\"u}rgen Kayser and Carlye B G Manna and Shiva Fekri and Christopher J. Kroppmann and Jennifer D Schaller and Daniel M. Alschuler and Jonathan W. Stewart and Patrick J. McGrath and Gerard E. Bruder},
  journal={Biological psychiatry},
  year={2011},
  volume={70 4},
  pages={388-94}
}
BACKGROUND Despite recent success in pharmacologic treatment of depression, the inability to predict individual treatment response remains a liability. This study replicates and extends findings relating pretreatment electroencephalographic (EEG) alpha to treatment outcomes for serotonergic medications. METHODS Resting EEG (eyes-open and eyes-closed) was recorded from a 67-electrode montage in 41 unmedicated depressed patients and 41 healthy control subjects. Patients were tested before… CONTINUE READING
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