Normal birth weight variation and children's neuropsychological functioning: links between language, executive functioning, and theory of mind.

@article{Wade2014NormalBW,
  title={Normal birth weight variation and children's neuropsychological functioning: links between language, executive functioning, and theory of mind.},
  author={Mark Wade and Dillon T. Browne and Sean C. Madigan and Andr{\'e} Plamondon and Jennifer M. Jenkins},
  journal={Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society : JINS},
  year={2014},
  volume={20 9},
  pages={909-19}
}
The effect of low birth weight on children's development has been documented for a range of neurocognitive outcomes. However, few previous studies have examined the effect of birth weight variability within the normal range on children's neuropsychological development. The current study examined birth weight variation amongst children weighing ≥2500 g in relation to their language, executive functioning (EF), and theory of mind (ToM), and specified a developmental pathway in which birth weight… CONTINUE READING
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