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Attention problems in very low birth weight preschoolers: Are new screening measures needed for this special population?

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An exploration of the relationship between children born with low birth weight and unique attention problems, testing for discrepancies between the results of a common attention screening instrument and the performances of preschool children during assigned attention tasks
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United States

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