The ability to successfully perform different kinds of cognitive activity is reflected in the topological features of intercortical interactions: Sex-related differences between boys and girls aged five to six years


The study of the correlation of intellectual development according to the WISC test with the spatial organization of resting EEG in 52 children aged five to six years showed that the patterns of interregional interactions of different parts of the cortex, which correspond with the best performance in the subtests in boys (n = 23) and girls (n = 29) have… (More)
DOI: 10.1134/S0362119715050114


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