EEG asymmetry and symptom response to cognitive behavioral herapy in patients with social anxiety disorder avid

  • A. Moscovitcha, Diane L. Santessob, Vladimir Miskovicc, Randi E. McCabed, M. Antonye, Louis A. Schmidtb
  • Published 2011

Abstract

Although previous studies have shown that socially anxious individuals exhibit greater relative right frontal electroencephalogram (EEG) activity at rest, no studies have investigated whether improvements in symptoms as a result of treatment are associated with concomitant changes in resting brain activity. Regional EEG activity was measured at rest in 23… (More)

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