Dyslexia assessment intake QEEG maps

The following maps show three dyslexic siblings.  These are their intake QEEG summary maps.  All three share important characteristics including diffuse excess central and posterior beta, an deficit of alpha and theta, and evident timing abnormalities in phase.  Interestingly, coherences are relatively normal except for a small frontal coherence deficit.  Also, they do not show the excess frontal theta or excess frontal slow alpha that is often associated with ADHD.

 

Child 1 (age 9)

 

 

Child 2 (age 10)

 

Child 3 (age 11)