Revisiting mu suppression in autism spectrum disorder.

  title={Revisiting mu suppression in autism spectrum disorder.},
  author={Guillaume Dumas and Robert Soussignan and Laurent Hugueville and Jacques Martinerie and Jacqueline Nadel},
  journal={Brain research},
Two aspects of the EEG literature lead us to revisit mu suppression in Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). First and despite the fact that the mu rhythm can be functionally segregated in two discrete sub-bands, 8-10 Hz and 10-12/13 Hz, mu-suppression in ASD has been analyzed as a homogeneous phenomenon covering the 8-13 Hz frequency. Second and although alpha-like activity is usually found across the entire scalp, ASD studies of action observation have focused on the central electrodes (C3/C4). The… CONTINUE READING
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