Lubar, et al, QEEG - ERP paper in web form
thielbl at primenet.com
Sun Sep 8 22:30:05 EST 1996
The following article which originally appeared in the Journal of
Psychoeducational Assessment, ADHD Special, 1995, pp 143-160,
has been reproduced as a web page.
"Quantitative EEG and Auditory Event-Related Potentials
in the Evaluation of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder:
Effects of Methylphenidate and
Implications for Neurofeedback Training"
J. F. Lubar, M.O. Swartwood, J.N. Swartwood, D.L. Timmerman
University of Tennessee
This is actually 4 empirical studies reported in the same article. A
succinct statement of the conclusion is, "these studies support a
neurologic basis for ADD/HD and raise questions regarding the role of
methylphenidate in modulating cortical processing."
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