The first neurophysiological evidence for cognitive brain dysfunctions in children with CATCH.

@article{Cheour1997TheFN,
  title={The first neurophysiological evidence for cognitive brain dysfunctions in children with CATCH.},
  author={Marie Cheour and M L Haapanen and Jyri J. Hukki and Rita {\vC}eponienė and S. Kurjenluoma and Kimmo Alho and Mari Tervaniemi and Reijo Ranta and Risto N{\"a}{\"a}t{\"a}nen},
  journal={Neuroreport},
  year={1997},
  volume={8 7},
  pages={
          1785-7
        }
}
CATCH syndrome, caused by a microdelection in chromosome 22, is characterized by cleft palate and cardiac anomalies. The majority of these children also have learning difficulties or speech and language deficits. These problems are often due to the dysmorphology of the articulatory system. In the present study, the duration of auditory sensory memory, which is of central importance to speech perception and understanding, was investigated. As a research method we used mismatch negativity (MMN… CONTINUE READING
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