Consequence of preterm birth in early adolescence: the role of language on auditory short-term memory.

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This study tested the hypothesis that preterm early adolescents' short-term memory is compromised when presented with increasingly complex verbal information and that associated neuroanatomical volumes would differ between preterm and term groups. Forty-nine preterm and 20 term subjects were evaluated at age 12 years with neuropsychological measures and… (More)
DOI: 10.1177/0883073810391904

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