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Year Number of Results
1938 1
1945 69
1946 242
1947 309
1948 459
1949 378
1950 659
1951 763
1952 914
1953 1057
1954 1206
1955 1144
1956 1005
1957 1112
1958 1049
1959 1147
1960 1315
1961 1315
1962 1478
1963 3155
1964 5306
1965 4852
1966 4989
1967 5449
1968 6035
1969 6220
1970 6270
1971 6552
1972 6787
1973 6573
1974 6795
1975 6987
1976 7328
1977 7567
1978 7746
1979 8426
1980 8238
1981 8447
1982 9172
1983 9373
1984 9818
1985 9567
1986 9499
1987 8971
1988 9651
1989 9957
1990 10218
1991 9856
1992 10286
1993 10683
1994 10683
1995 10964
1996 10295
1997 10575
1998 10755
1999 10555
2000 11329
2001 11474
2002 11198
2003 11667
2004 12373
2005 13089
2006 13690
2007 14362
2008 15427
2009 15750
2010 16587
2011 17351
2012 18119
2013 18810
2014 19697
2015 20093
2016 20413
2017 20341
2018 19894
2019 9695
2020 203
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Innate and learned perceptual abilities in the newborn infant.
Slater A and Kirby R. Exp Brain Res 1998 - Review. PMID 9835396
From research carried out over the last few years, it has become apparent that the visual world of the newborn baby (0-7 days from birth) is highly organised. It is also clear that the newborn infant is an extremely competent learner. These themes are illustrated with respect to two areas of research, face perception and intermodal learning. ...
From research carried out over the last few years, it has become apparent that the visual world of the newborn baby (0-7 days from bi …
Basic consciousness of the newborn.
Lagercrantz H and Changeux JP. Semin Perinatol 2010 - Review. PMID 20494736
The newborn shows several signs of consciousness, such as being awake and aware of him/herself and mother. The infant processes olfactory and painful inputs in the cortex, where consciousness is believed to be localized. ...Thus, the newborn infant fulfills the criteria of displaying a basic level of consciousness, being aware of its body and him/her-self and somewhat about the external world. ...
The newborn shows several signs of consciousness, such as being awake and aware of him/herself and mother. The infant processe …
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