Mapping attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder from childhood to adolescence--no neurophysiologic evidence for a developmental lag of attention but some for inhibition.

@article{Doehnert2010MappingAD,
  title={Mapping attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder from childhood to adolescence--no neurophysiologic evidence for a developmental lag of attention but some for inhibition.},
  author={Mirko Doehnert and D. Brandeis and Katrin Imhof and Renate Drechsler and Hans-Christoph Steinhausen},
  journal={Biological psychiatry},
  year={2010},
  volume={67 7},
  pages={608-16}
}
BACKGROUND The role of a developmental lag for deficits of higher brain functions in attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) has not yet been tested in longitudinal studies. We examined the development of neurophysiological markers of attention (Cue P300; contingent negative variation [CNV]) and inhibition (NoGo P300) in ADHD and control groups from childhood to adolescence for support of the developmental lag hypothesis of ADHD. METHODS ADHD (n = 28/3 girls) and control (n = 22/5… CONTINUE READING

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The role of a developmental lag for deficits of higher brain functions in attention - deficit / hyperactivity disorder ( ADHD ) has not yet been tested in longitudinal studies .
The role of a developmental lag for deficits of higher brain functions in attention - deficit / hyperactivity disorder ( ADHD ) has not yet been tested in longitudinal studies .
The role of a developmental lag for deficits of higher brain functions in attention - deficit / hyperactivity disorder ( ADHD ) has not yet been tested in longitudinal studies .
The role of a developmental lag for deficits of higher brain functions in attention - deficit / hyperactivity disorder ( ADHD ) has not yet been tested in longitudinal studies .
The role of a developmental lag for deficits of higher brain functions in attention - deficit / hyperactivity disorder ( ADHD ) has not yet been tested in longitudinal studies .
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