Babies' brain networks may be more developed than believed

11/5/2010 | HealthDay News

British scientists using functional MRIs to study early-stage brain development found babies are born with fully formed brain networks. They found full-term babies have adult-equivalent resting state networks, including one tied to introspection and daydreaming.

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