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Brain Waves Differ in Teens With ADHD, University of California, Davis (UCD) Study


10/24/2013 6:10:34 AM

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The brain waves of teenagers with two subtypes of ADHD differ from each other and from teens who do not have the condition, EEG scans show. When preparing to perform a computer task, the researchers found that the teens with the type whose primary symptom is inattentiveness exhibited different brain-wave patterns from those whose symptoms include hyperactivity and impulsivity.

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