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Consequences of Maternal Drug Abuse

NIDA Research Monograph, Number 59 [Printed in 1985]

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Table of Contents

Theodore M. Pinkert

Prenatal Opioid Exposure and the Problem of Causal Inference-------6
Donald E. Hutchings

Effects of Prenatal Exposure to Cannabinoids-------20
Ernest L. Abel

Measurement of Substance Use During Pregnancy: Methodologic Issues-------36
Nancy L. Day, Diane K. Wagener, and Paul M. Taylor

Marijuana: Prenatal and Postnatal Exposure In the Human-------48
Katherine Tennes, Nanci Avitable, Carol Blackard, Cecilia Boyles, Bernice Hassoun, Larry Holmes, and Marie Kreye

Postnatal Consequences of Maternal Marijuana Use-------61
P. A. Fried

Long-Term Effects of Prenatal Methadone Maintenance-------73
Tove S. Rosen and Helen L. Johnson

Effects of Maternal Narcotic vs. Nonnarcotic Addiction on Neonatal Neurobehavior and Infant Development-------84
Ira J. Chasnoff

Developmental Consequences of Maternal Drug Use During Pregnancy-------96
Barry Zuckerman

List of NIDA Research Monographs-------107

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