|Title||Atypical EEG beta asymmetry in adults with ADHD.|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2010|
|Authors||Hale, ST , Smalley SL , Walshaw PD , Hanada G , Macion J , McCracken JT , McGough JJ , Loo SK |
|Date Published||2010 Oct|
|Keywords||Adult , Attention , Attention Deficit Disorder with Hyperactivity , Beta Rhythm , Brain Mapping , Electroencephalography , Electromyography , Female , Functional Laterality , Humans , Language , Male , Middle Aged , Neuropsychological Tests , Parietal Lobe , Statistics as Topic |
Abnormal brain laterality (ABL) is well established in ADHD. However, its clinical specificity and association to cognitive and clinical symptoms is not yet understood. Previous studies indicate increased right hemisphere (RH) contribution in both ADHD and reading impaired samples. The current study investigates whether this ABL characteristic occurs in adults with ADHD absent comorbid language impairment.