Study finds altered spontaneous brain activity in people with Down syndrome

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Researchers of the Faculty of Psychology, the Institute of Neurosciences and the Institute of Complex Systems of the University of Barcelona have identified, using functional magnetic resonance techniques, differences in the spontaneous activity of the brain in a resting state in people with Down syndrome (DS) compared to the general population. Also, these variations could be related to cognitive skills.

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