Increased reaction time variability in attention‐deficit hyperactivity disorder as a response‐related phenomenon: evidence from single‐trial event‐related potentials
Increased intra‐subject variability (ISV) in reaction times (RTs) is a promising endophenotype for attention‐deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and among the most robust hallmarks of the disorder. ISV has been assumed to represent an attentional deficit, either reflecting lapses in attention or increased neural noise. Here, we use an innovative single‐trial event‐related potential approach to assess whether the increased ISV associated with ADHD is indeed attributable to attention, or whether it is related to response‐related processing.
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