27 research outputs found

    Dipole analysis.

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    <p>A) Difference waves at surface electrodes Cz, P10 (right hemisphere) and P9 (left hemisphere) in typically developing controls (solid line) and ADHD (dashed line); B) Dipole localisation in the left (blue) and right (red) hemisphere; C) Dipole waves, displaying activity in the left and right occipito-temporal junction in typically developing controls (solid line) and ADHD (dashed line).</p

    P100 and N200.

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    <p>A) P100 component at electrodes O1 and O2 and B) N200 at electrodes P9 and P10 for both conditions (walker, scramble) separately. Typically developing controls are indicated by solid lines and ADHD by dashed lines.</p

    Topographic scalp maps.

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    <p>A) Maps for typically developing controls and B) for children and adolescents with ADHD in both experimental conditions and C) difference maps (walker ‚Äď scramble) for both groups respectively.</p

    Late positive deflection.

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    <p>P400+ is shown at electrodes CPz, Pz, P1, P2, PO1 and PO2 (averaged) for the walker- and scrambled condition. Typically developing controls are indicated by solid lines and ADHD by dashed lines.</p

    Results of the spectral source absolute power for eyes open and eyes closed condition.

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    <p>Mean band power (with standard deviation) is shown for EEG (black bars), MEG (white bars), and EEG+MEG (grey bars). A) Eyes open condition. B) Eyes closed condition. Significant recording method differences are indicated by * (p < 0.05).</p

    Results of the spectral absolute power for eyes open and eyes closed condition.

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    <p>Mean band power (with standard deviation) is shown for EEG (black bars) and MEG (white bars). A) Eyes open condition. B) Eyes closed condition. Significant recording method differences are indicated by * (p < 0.05).</p
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