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      • Thesis (M.A.) - University of Western OntarioBibliography: leaves 62-68Microfilm. Ottawa : Public Archives of Canada, 1969. -- 1 reel ; 35 mm. Canadian theses on microfilm ; 3001

        LC Classifications1968
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        Paginationxvi, 136 p. :
        Number of Pages89
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        ISBN 10nodata

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Both the Stanford-Binet scale and the NEPSY tool were administered in a single session on a weekday, approximately 1 wk before polysomnography. 7 Hz, and low-pass band filtered at 25 Hz.

Sleep Spindle Activity and Cognitive Performance in Healthy Children

The current study also reports a range of negative relationships between the total number of fast spindles, as well as overall spindle central frequency, and the participant's functioning on tests of nonverbal working memory, planning, and specific tests of sensorimotor functioning.

02 target value was 1. Intelligence tests are so prevalent in many clinical psychology and neuropsychology situations that we also consider them as neuropsychological measures.

A linear test is one in which questions are administered one after another in a pre-arranged order. Thus, increased alpha band power in these brain regions during resting state in the Saudi Arabian children most probably indicates a stronger inhibition, making the children more relaxed and supporting a more strongly inward direction of attention. Subsequent analyses were not corrected for SES. To our knowledge, Geiger and colleagues are the only researchers to investigate the association between sleep spindle activity and intellectual ability in healthy children.