Sex chromosome trisomies are not associated with atypical lateralization for language
Aim: To test the hypothesis that sex chromosome trisomies (SCTs) are associated with reduced left lateralization for language.
Method: Using a cross‐sectional design, language laterality was measured during an animation description task using functional transcranial Doppler ultrasonography. Data were available for 75 children with an SCT (47,XXX females [n=26], 47,XXY males [n=25], 47,XYY males [n=24]; mean age 11y 4mo [SD 3y 10mo]) and 132 comparison children with typical karyotyp...Expand abstract
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