Relationship between Childhood Infections and Measured Intelligence
The possibility that some of the common childhood infections lead to unrecognized impairments of neurological function was examined in 43 820 Birmingham children whose intelligence was assessed in the 11-plus examination. Mean verbal reasoning scores were lower for children who had had measles or pe...
|Published in:||British journal of preventive & social medicine, Vol. 30, No. 2 (1976), p. 101-106|
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