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Medio-Frontal and Anterior Temporal abnormalities in children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) during an acoustic antisaccade task as revealed by electro-cortical source reconstruction

Medio-Frontal and Anterior Temporal abnormalities in children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) during an acoustic antisaccade task as revealed by electro-cortical source reconstruction

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GOEPEL, Johanna, Johanna KISSLER, Brigitte ROCKSTROH, Isabella PAUL-JORDANOV, 2011. Medio-Frontal and Anterior Temporal abnormalities in children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) during an acoustic antisaccade task as revealed by electro-cortical source reconstruction. In: BMC Psychiatry. 11(7), pp. 1-10

@article{Goepel2011Medio-11092, title={Medio-Frontal and Anterior Temporal abnormalities in children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) during an acoustic antisaccade task as revealed by electro-cortical source reconstruction}, year={2011}, doi={10.1186/1471-244X-11-7}, number={7}, volume={11}, journal={BMC Psychiatry}, pages={1--10}, author={Goepel, Johanna and Kißler, Johanna and Rockstroh, Brigitte and Paul-Jordanov, Isabella} }

eng Kißler, Johanna Medio-Frontal and Anterior Temporal abnormalities in children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) during an acoustic antisaccade task as revealed by electro-cortical source reconstruction First publ. in: BMC Psychiatry 11 (2011), 7, pp. 1-10 Goepel, Johanna 2011-03-25T09:25:27Z Kißler, Johanna Rockstroh, Brigitte Paul-Jordanov, Isabella Goepel, Johanna 2011-03-25T09:25:27Z application/pdf Background: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is one of the most prevalent disorders in children and adolescence. Impulsivity is one of three core symptoms and likely associated with inhibition difficulties. To date the neural correlate of the antisaccade task, a test of response inhibition, has not been studied in children with (or without) ADHD.<br />Methods: Antisaccade responses to visual and acoustic cues were examined in nine unmedicated boys with ADHD (mean age 122.44 ± 20.81 months) and 14 healthy control children (mean age 115.64 ± 22.87 months, three girls) while an electroencephalogram (EEG) was recorded. Brain activity before saccade onset was reconstructed using a 23-source-montage.<br />Results: When cues were acoustic, children with ADHD had a higher source activity than control children in Medio-Frontal Cortex (MFC) between -230 and -120 ms and in the left-hemispheric Temporal Anterior Cortex (TAC) between -112 and 0 ms before saccade onset, despite both groups performing similarly behaviourally (antisaccades errors and saccade latency). When visual cues were used EEG-activity preceding antisaccades did not differ between groups.<br />Conclusion: Children with ADHD exhibit altered functioning of the TAC and MFC during an antisaccade task elicited by acoustic cues. Children with ADHD need more source activation to reach the same behavioural level as control children. deposit-license 2011 Paul-Jordanov, Isabella Rockstroh, Brigitte

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