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INTRODUZIONE
 

Parte prima: inquadramento teoricoESPERIENZA UDITIVA - LO SVILPUPPO DEL SISTEMA UDITIVO: IL FETO E IL NEONATO PREMATURO - LE FONTI DEL RUMORE - ALCUNE DEFINIZIONI FONDAMENTALI - LE CONSEGUENZE DEL RUMORE; LA TEORIA SINATTIVA DELLO SVILUPPO, Effetti a breve termine, Effetti a lungo termine - DALL’IDEA DI PREVENZIONE AL CAMBIAMENTO STRUTTURALE

Parte seconda: progettazione e attuazione dello studioSCOPO DELLO STUDIO - MATERIALI E METODI; Campione, Strumenti - DISEGNO DELLO STUDIO - RISULTATI; Studio relativo ai rumori provenienti dall’ambiente, Rilevazione dei rumori in TIN, Rilevazione dei rumori Post - TIN; Risultati relativi all’attenuazione sonora resa possibile dalla culla termica; Risultati relativi all’osservazione della variazione dello stato comportamentale del neonato - DISCUSSIONE DEI DATI - OBIETTIVI E METODI

 
CONCLUSIONI
 
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Tesi di Laurea di: Lisa BOLOGNESI