State regulation and response inhibition in children with ADHD and children with early- and continuously treated phenylketonuria: An event-related potential comparison

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Background: The presentation rate of stimuli plays an important role in explaining the performance inefficiency in children with ADHD. In general, children with ADHD have been found to perform more poorly in conditions of relatively slow event rates as compared with fast and moderate event rates. The state regulation hypothesis states that these children… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10545-005-0110-1

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@article{Wiersema2005StateRA, title={State regulation and response inhibition in children with ADHD and children with early- and continuously treated phenylketonuria: An event-related potential comparison}, author={Jan R. Wiersema and Jaap J. van der Meere and Herbert Roeyers}, journal={Journal of Inherited Metabolic Disease}, year={2005}, volume={28}, pages={831-843} }