To measure the connectivity of the brain, and Duffy Alsen EEG readings from a plurality of electrodes placed on the children compared scalp and quantifies the degree to which any two given EEG signals – in the form of -. Synchronized, called coherence When climb two or more waves and coincide with the time, this indicates that these brain areas are connected firmly .
Their most immediate goal is to repeat their study in children with Asperger syndrome and see if their EEG patterns are similar or different from autism. They also plan to children with autism to assess their conditions, such as tuberous sclerosis, fragile X syndrome and extremely preterm birth associated.. The researchers believe that the results could be the basis for a future objective diagnostic test for autism, especially in recent years when the behavior-based measures are unreliable. Continue reading