EEG phenotypes predict treatment outcome to stimulants in children with ADHD.
This study demonstrates that the EEG phenotypes as described by Johnstone, Gunkelman and Lunt are identifiable EEG patterns with good inter-rater reliability. Furthermore, it was also demonstrated that these EEG phenotypes occurred in both ADHD subjects as well as healthy control subjects. The Frontal Slow and Slowed Alpha Peak Frequency and the Low Voltage EEG phenotype discriminated ADHD subjects best from controls (however the difference was not significant). The Frontal Slow group respond...Expand abstract
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