Resting EEG theta activity predicts cognitive performance in attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder.

@article{Hermens2005RestingET,
  title={Resting EEG theta activity predicts cognitive performance in attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder.},
  author={Daniel F Hermens and Eleonore X C Soei and Simon D. Clarke and Michael R. Kohn and Evian Gordon and Leanne M. Williams},
  journal={Pediatric neurology},
  year={2005},
  volume={32 4},
  pages={248-56}
}
Quantitative electroencephalography has contributed significantly to elucidating the neurobiologic mechanisms of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. The most consistent and robust electroencephalographic disturbance in attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder has been abnormally increased theta band during resting conditions. Separate research using attention-demanding tests has elucidated cognitive disturbances that differentiate attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. This study… CONTINUE READING