The investigation of neurocognitive abilities in premature infants

The goal of research was to conduct a comparative analysis of neurocognitive abilities in premature children and typically developing children. We used Bayley Scale and eye-tracking to evaluate the neurocognitive abilities in children. We have revealed the advanced development in expressive language abilities in premature infants in comparison to typically developing children. In opposite, premature infants had delayed development in gross motor abilities. We have not revealed differences in cognitive scale between children from experimental and control groups.

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61 pages