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Brain before Cognition: EEG Maturation in Preterm Infants

  • Giovanni Cioni
  • Enrico Biagioni
  • Carlo Cipolloni

Abstract

Spontaneous electrical activity of the brain in humans can be easily recorded from the scalp. The recording reflects the neurophysiological activity of many neurons located under the electrodes and they change according to neural level of the activity.

Keywords

Preterm Infant Active Sleep Quiet Sleep Discontinuous Activity Fast Rhythm 
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  • Giovanni Cioni
  • Enrico Biagioni
  • Carlo Cipolloni

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