Attention processing and perception may be involved in fetal alcohol-related learning difficulties

Wednesday, October 20, 2010 - 21:40 in Psychology & Sociology

Exposure to alcohol as a fetus has been shown to cause difficulties in memory and information processing in children. New findings indicate that visual perception, control of attention and demand processing may be involved in fetal alcohol-related learning problems. This information could potentially be used to help children affected with such difficulties.

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