We are excited to announce that the paper “EEG complexity in resting and task states in adults with ADHD” was accepted in Brain Communications (new sister journal of ‘Brain’). Analyzing electroencephalography (EEG) complexity could provide insight into neural connectivity underlying attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) symptoms.  By calculating multiscale entropy (MSE) and MSE change (MSE-Δ) during resting and task state, the study showed that individuals without ADHD performed better with decreasing MSE-Δ, demonstrating higher accuracy, faster reaction time, and less variability in their reaction times. These data suggest MSE could not only provide insight into neural connectivity differences between adults with ADHD and their peers but also into their behavioral performance.

Congratulations to Dr. Gu and the entire team for their hard work!