AUGUSTA, Ga., Oct. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- As a follow up to the announcement made on Oct. 6 about the NeuroLex Indicator Report Service, Lexicor Medical Technology will be hosting a short Q&A session on Oct. 20 at 11:15 a.m. EDT. To participate, please call 1-800-671-9342 and reference ID number 1697367.
What: Follow up question session to Lexicor Announcement on Oct. 6
When: Thursday, Oct. 20 @ 11:15 a.m. EDT
Where: Call 1-800-671-9342 and reference ID number 1697367.
More Info: View the video of the original announcement at:
http://www.videonewswire.com/event.asp?id=30620 or read the
news release at:
Contact: Mike Crisp at 1-864-298-1430 or email@example.com.
The NeuroLex Indicator Report Service(SM) for ADHD, which uses QEEG, is the first scientifically-validated objective and non-invasive assessment aid based upon biological indicators rather than upon subjective pencil/paper tests. It is currently being used by medical providers -- primarily pediatricians -- across the country.
Several reporters have also asked for references to published peer- reviewed journal articles about the use of QEEG technology. Below are several articles for reference:
Chabot, R. J., di Michele, F., & Prichep, L. (2005). The role of
quantitative electroencephalography in child and adolescent psychiatric
disorders. Child and Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 14, 21-53.
Monastra, VJ, Lubar, JF, and M Linden. The Development of a Quantitative
Electroencephalographic: Scanning Process for Attention Deficit
Hyperactivity Disorder: Reliability and Validity Studies.
Neuropsychology. 15:1:136-144. 2001.
Monastra, VJ, Lubar, JF, Linden M, VanDuesen, P, Green G, Wing W,
Phillips, A, and TN Fenger. Assessing Attention Deficit Hyperactivity
Disorder via Quantitative Electroencephalography: An Initial Validation
Study. Neuropsychology. 13:3:424-433. 1999.
Clarke, AR, Barry, RJ, McCarthy R, and M Selikowitz. EEG-defined Subtypes
of Children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. Clinical
Neurophysiology. 122:2098-2105. 2001.
Clarke, AR, Barry, RJ, McCarthy R, and M Selikowitz. Excess Beta Activity
in Children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: An Atypical
Electrophysiological Group. Psychiatric Research. 103:2/3:205-218. 2001.
We hope you are able to participate in this conference call. If not, please call Mike Crisp at 864-298-1430 and he will help you set up an interview with a Lexicor spokesperson.
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