Title: The hemodynamic response to acoustically modified syllables in premature and full term newborn infants acquired by near infrared spectroscopy
Other Titles: Respuesta hemodinámica a sílabas modificadas acústicamente en recién nacidos prematuros y a término adquirida por espectroscopía del infrarrojo cercano
Resposta hemodinâmica a sílabas modificadas acusticamente em recém-nascidos prematuros e a termo adquirida por espectroscopia do infravermelho próximo
Authors: Carlier-Torres, María Elizabeth Mónica
Harmony, Thalia
Ricardo-Garcell, Josefina
Marroquín, José L.
Colmenero, Miguel
Keywords: PRETERM NEONATES
LANGUAGE ACQUISITION
ACOUSTICALLY MODIFIED SYLLABLES
AUDITORY TEMPORAL PROCESSING
NEAR INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY
NEONATOS PREMATUROS
ADQUISICIÓN DEL LENGUAJE
HABLA MODIFICADA ACÚSTICAMENTE
PROCESAMIENTO AUDITIVO TEMPORAL
ESPECTROSCOPIA DEL INFRARROJO CERCANO
AQUISIÇÃO DA LINGUAGEM
FALA MODIFICADA ACUSTICAMENTE
PROCESSAMENTO AUDITIVO TEMPORAL
ESPECTROSCOPIA DO INFRAVERMELHO PRÓXIMO
ADQUISICIÓN DEL LENGUAJE
PERCEPCIÓN AUDITIVA
ESPECTROSCOPIA INFRARROJA-INVESTIGACIONES
NIÑOS PREMATUROS
NEONATOLOGÍA-INVESTIGACIONES
Issue Date: Jul-2014
Publisher: Universidad Católica de Colombia. Facultad de Psicología
Citation: Carlier-Torres, M., Harmony, T., Ricardo-Garcell, J., Marroquín, J., & Colmenero, M. (2015). The hemodynamic response to acoustically modified syllables in premature and full term newborn infants acquired by near infrared spectroscopy. Acta Colombiana de Psicología, 17(2), 13-21. Recuperado de http://editorial.ucatolica.edu.co/ojsucatolica/revistas_ucatolica/index.php/acta-colombiana-psicologia/article/view/160
Abstract: Esta investigación evalúa, en neonatos, la respuesta hemodinámica ante sílabas modificadas acústicamente (pronunciadas de manera prolongada) en comparación con la respuesta a sílabas no modificadas (pronunciadas a una velocidad normal). El objetivo fue evaluar cuál de estas condiciones de estimulación producía una mejor discriminación silábica en dos grupos de neonatos: 13 prematuros (edad gestacional promedio de 30 semanas, DE 3 semanas) y 13 nacidos a término (edad gestacional promedio de 38 semanas, DE 1 semana). La discriminación de sílabas, en cada condición, se evaluó mediante un paradigma oddball (ensayos con sílabas iguales vs. ensayos con sílaba diferente). El análisis estadístico se basó en la comparación de la respuesta hemodinámica [oxyHb] obtenida por espectroscopia de infrarrojo cercano (NIRS) ante ensayos con sílabas iguales Vs. ensayos con una sílaba diferente en cada condición. Se encontró que la condición de sílabas modificadas obtuvo mejores resultados para la discriminación entre ensayos en ambos grupos. La amplitud de la respuesta hemodinámica ante el ensayo con una sílaba diferente fue significativamente mayor que ante el ensayo con sílabas iguales: en recién nacidos a término, t = 2,59, p = 0,024 y en los prematuros, t = 2,38, p = 0,035. Este hallazgo ocurrió en el lóbulo temporal izquierdo. Estos datos sugieren que las sílabas modificadas facilitan el procesamiento de fonemas desde el nacimiento.
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10983/2276
ISSN: 0123-9155
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