Task-related default mode network modulation and inhibitory control in ADHD: effects of motivation and methylphenidate.

@article{Liddle2011TaskrelatedDM,
  title={Task-related default mode network modulation and inhibitory control in ADHD: effects of motivation and methylphenidate.},
  author={Elizabeth B. Liddle and Chris Hollis and Martin J Batty and Madeleine J. Groom and John J. Totman and Mario Liotti and Gaia Scerif and P. F. Liddle},
  journal={Journal of child psychology and psychiatry, and allied disciplines},
  year={2011},
  volume={52 7},
  pages={761-71}
}
BACKGROUND Deficits characteristic of attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), including poor attention and inhibitory control, are at least partially alleviated by factors that increase engagement of attention, suggesting a hypodopaminergic reward deficit. Lapses of attention are associated with attenuated deactivation of the default mode network (DMN), a distributed brain system normally deactivated during tasks requiring attention to the external world. Task-related DMN deactivation… CONTINUE READING

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