Event-related brain response abnormalities in autism: evidence for impaired cerebello-frontal spatial attention networks.

@article{Townsend2001EventrelatedBR,
  title={Event-related brain response abnormalities in autism: evidence for impaired cerebello-frontal spatial attention networks.},
  author={Jeanne Townsend and Marissa Westerfield and Echo E. Leaver and Scott Makeig and Tzyy-Ping Jung and Karen Pierce and Eric Courchesne},
  journal={Brain research. Cognitive brain research},
  year={2001},
  volume={11 1},
  pages={127-45}
}
Although under some conditions the attention-related late positive event-related potential (ERP) response (LPC) is apparently normal in autism during visual processing, the LPC elicited by visuospatial processing may be compromised. Results from this study provide evidence for abnormalities in autism in two components of the LPC generated during spatial processing. The early frontal distribution of the LPC which may reflect attention orienting was delayed or missing in autistic subjects during… CONTINUE READING
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