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Effet de la prématurité sur les prérequis à la communication et la fonction visuelle

Abstract : Neurovisual disorders are one of the most important prematurity consequences. The aim of this research, is to establish some links between the neurovisual fragilities and the acquisition of communication prerequisites for premature born children. In order to evaluate neurovisual and interaction/communication abilities, we used the battery BAJE (neurovisual screening) and the Rossetti scale. In the first group, the premature born children studied were aged between 3 to 6 months old and 12 to 15 months old in the second group. These tests have been proposed to a control term group formed by children of the same age. According to our statistics, there is no significant discrepancy between performances of the premature children and control children at Rossetti scale. There is no neurovisual particularity detected at the BAJE test. Nevertheless, we observed some inter and intra-groups variabilities, with the development of receptive language, pragmatic, and interaction-attachment communication skills less uniform. This study reveals some correlations between visual pursuit and communication skills.
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Clémence Deguercy, Hélène Coste. Effet de la prématurité sur les prérequis à la communication et la fonction visuelle. Sciences cognitives. 2018. ⟨dumas-02082902⟩



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