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Malaria’s Effects on Executive Functions in Children: A Critique
The authors (Kariuki, Abubakar, Newton & Kihara, 2014) wanted to determine whether malarial infections in children damaged brain tissue to the point where executive functions are impaired. They found some linkage between malaria and deterioration of executive function, especially when it came to causing epileptic seizures. Despite some correlation, there were weaknesses in the study that the authors acknowledged, such as variable intelligence levels...
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