EEG and visual evoked responses in children with learning disorders.


A study was made of 58 children with learning disorders, in all of whom a spontaneous EEG as well as a Visual Evoked Response (VER) was registered. The latencies in the secondary complex of the VER were increased and the amplitudes of waves II and III were increased as compared with normal subjects. Two subgroups--children with a good and children with a… (More)