Developmental gender differences in the synchronization of auditory event-related oscillations.

@article{Nanova2011DevelopmentalGD,
  title={Developmental gender differences in the synchronization of auditory event-related oscillations.},
  author={Plamenka Nanova and Vasil Kolev and Juliana Yordanova},
  journal={Clinical neurophysiology : official journal of the International Federation of Clinical Neurophysiology},
  year={2011},
  volume={122 5},
  pages={907-15}
}
OBJECTIVES The aim of the present study was to explore the neurophysiologic origins of gender differences in auditory processing mechanisms of 7-10 year-old children by means of event-related oscillations. It was tested if the developmental changes in synchronization and magnitude of oscillations in different processing conditions depended on gender. METHODS Eighteen girls and 18 boys aged 7-10 years were pair wise matched for age and were divided into two age groups. Auditory event-related… CONTINUE READING
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