The Hemodynamic Response to Acoustically Modified Syllables in Premature and Full Term Newborn Infants Acquired by near Infrared Spectroscopy

@inproceedings{CarlierTorres2014TheHR,
  title={The Hemodynamic Response to Acoustically Modified Syllables in Premature and Full Term Newborn Infants Acquired by near Infrared Spectroscopy},
  author={Mar{\'i}a Elizabeth M{\'o}nica Carlier-Torres and Thal{\'i}a Harmony and Josefina Ricardo-Garcell and Jos{\'e} L. Marroqu{\'i}n and Miguel Angel Colmenero},
  year={2014}
}
This research assesses, in newborns, the hemodynamic response to acoustically modified syllables (pronounced in a prolonged manner), versus the response to unmodified syllables (pronounced at a normal rate). The aim was to assess which of these stimulation conditions produced better syllable discrimination in two groups of neonates: 13 preterm (mean gestational age 30 weeks, SD 3 weeks), and 13 full term newborns (mean age 38 weeks, SD 1 week). Syllable discrimination, in each condition, was… CONTINUE READING

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