Sharpened self-other distinction in attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
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- Categories : Somatosensory system

Authors
R Boehme, MF Karlsson, M Heilig, H Olausson


Lab
Center for Social and Affective Neuroscience, Link?ping University, Department of Biomedical and Clinical Sciences, Link?ping, Sweden

Journal
NeuroImage Reports

Abstract
Differentiation between self-produced tactile stimuli and touch by others is necessary for social interactions and for a coherent concept of ?self?. In attention-deficit-hyperactivity-disorder (ADHD), tactile hypersensitivity and social cognition problems are part of the symptomatology, but pathophysiological mechanisms are largely unknown. Differentiation of self- and non-self- generated sensations might be key to understand and develop novel strategies for managing hypersensitivity. Here, we compared the neural signatures of affective self- and other-touch between adults with ADHD and neurotypical controls (NC).

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