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Main Title Methodological issues in controlled studies on effects of prenatal exposure to drug abuse
Other Authors
Author Title of a Work
Kilbey, M. Marlyne.
Asghar, Khursheed.
Publisher U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration, National Institute on Drug Abuse ;
Year Published 1991
Stock Number 017-024-01459-1
OCLC Number 24839298
ISBN 0160358051 :
Subjects Fetus--Effect of drugs on--Research--United States--Methodology ; Drug abuse in pregnancy--Research--United States--Methodology ; Fetus--drug effects--Congresses ; Research--methods--Congresses
Library Call Number Additional Info Location Last
EJEM  RG627.6.N37N48 1991 OCSPP Chemical Library/Washington,DC 09/06/2005
Collation viii, 372 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Item 831-C-8. S/N 017-024-01459-1 (GPO). "Based on the papers and discussion from a technical review on 'Methodological Issues in Controlled Studies on Effects of Prenatal Exposure to Drugs of Abuse' held on June 8-9, 1990"--T.p. verso. Shipping list no.: 91-732-P. Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Notes
Drug exposure to the fetus : the effect of smoking / Betty R. Kuhnert -- Pharmacokinetic correlates of fetal drug exposure / C. Lindsay DeVane -- Discussion : methodological issues in controlled studies on effects of prenatal drugs / Hazel H. Szeto -- Selected methodologic issues in investigations of prenatal effects of cocaine : lessons from the past / Barry Zuckerman -- Methodological issues in studying cocaine use in pregnancy : a problem of definitions / Ira J. Chasnoff -- Use of birth defects monitoring programs for assessing the effects of maternal substance abuse on pregnancy outcomes / M. Louise Martin, Larry D. Edmonds -- Discussion : methodologic issues in assessment of pregnancy outcomes / Ronald A. Chez -- What we can learn from the status of the newborn / T. Berry Brazelton -- Neurobehavioral organization of the newborn : opportunity for assessment and intervention / Heidelise Als -- Substance abuse in pregnancy : effects on cardiorespiratory function in the infant / Eduardo Bancalari -- The effect of cocaine on developing human brain / Barry E. Kosofsky -- Discussion : assessing status of the newborn / Edward Z. Tronick -- Measurement of drug-induced physical and behavioral delays and abnormalities in animal studies : a general framework / Sheldon B. Sparber -- Regulatory disorders I : clinical perspectives / Stanley I. Greenspan -- Regulatory disorders II : psychophysiologic perspectives / Stephen W. Porges, Stanley I. Greenspan -- Discussion : measurement of drug-induced physical and behavioral delays and abnormalities, a general framework / Joseph L. Jacobson -- Postnatal development of cardiac and respiratory control following prenatal drug exposure / Ronald M. Harper -- Endocrine function as a target of perinatal drug effects : methodologic issues / Cynthia Kuhn, Diane Ignar, Rolf Windh -- Discussion : neuroteratology of cocaine : relationship to developing monoamine systems / Jean M. Lauder -- Assessment of teratogenic effects on cognitive and behavioral development in infancy and childhood / Joseph L. Jacobson, Sandra W. Jacobson -- New methodologies for evaluating residual brain damage in infants exposed to drugs of abuse : objective methods for describing movements, facial expressions, and communicative behaviors / Edward Z. Tronick ... {et al.} -- Rationale and methodologies for developing nonhuman primate models of prenatal drug exposure / Stephen J. Suomi, J. Dee Higley -- Discussion : measurement of drug-induced delays in learning and cognition and social and emotional development / Sheldon B. Sparber --