Neonatal behavioral organization and visual processing at three months.
In 2 studies, the Range of State cluster derived from infants' scores on the Neonatal Behavioral Assessment Scale with Kansas Supplements (NBAS-K) was found to correlate significantly with visual discrimination performance at 3 months of age. Contrary to the expectation that NBAS-K orientation scores would predict visual discrimination at 3 months, it was neonatal behavioral state organization that related to later cognitive functioning in infancy.
Moss, Madelyn, John Colombo, D. Wayne Mitchell, and Frances Degen Horowitz. "Neonatal behavioral organization and visual processing at three months." Child development (1988): 1211-1220.