Eilam-Stock et al (2014). Abnormal autonomic and associated brain activities during rest in autism spectrum disorder. Brain 137: 153-171; doi 10.1093/brain/awt294. A recent study by Eilam-Stock et al (2014) demonstrates that resting state electrodermal activity is correlated with different patterns of brain activity in subjects with autism spectrum disorder than in typical controls. These results are considered in light of theories of atypical arousal in ASD.
- electrodermal activity
- Functional connectivity
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