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Influence of Gestational Age and Working Memory on Math Skills in Children Aged 8 to 9 Years.

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Summary of "Influence of Gestational Age and Working Memory on Math Skills in Children Aged 8 to 9 Years."

Prematurity affects children's functioning in domains such as cognitive skills and math skills. However, there is limited research examining math skills as gestational age (GA) increases weekly. We aimed at determining, in a population-based cohort of children aged 8 to 9 years, the association between the GA spectrum and math skills and working memory's (WM's) role in this relationship.

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Name: Journal of developmental and behavioral pediatrics : JDBP
ISSN: 1536-7312
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