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ADAI Bibliography # MD-240

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FETAL ALCOHOL/DRUG EXPOSURE & HYPERACTIVITY / ADHD/ LEARNING DISORDERS

Updated 2/03/98

  1. Abel EL. Prenatal effects of alcohol on adult learning in rats. Pharmacol Biochem Behav 1979;10:239-43. (ADAI rp 00220).

  2. Beckwith L, Crawford S, Moore JA, Howard J. Attentional and social functioning of preschool-age children exposed to PCP and cocaine in utero. In: Lewis M ; Bendersky M (eds.) MOTHERS, BABIES, AND COCAINE : THE ROLE OF TOXINS IN DEVELOPMENT. Hillsdale, New Jersey : Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers, 1995, pp. 287-303 (ADAI bk) Call No: RG 580 D76 M68 1995.

  3. Bond NW. Behavioural teratology : fetal alcohol exposure and hyperactivity. In: Bond NW (ed.) ANIMAL MODELS IN PSYCHOPATHOLOGY. Sydney : Academic Press, 1984, pp. 279-311 (ADAI rp 00012).

  4. Bond NW. Prenatal ethanol exposure and hyperactivity in rats : effects of d-amphetamine and alpha-methyl-p-tyrosine. Neurobehav Toxicol Teratol 1985;7(5):461-67 (ADAI rp 00100).

  5. Bond NW. Fetal alcohol exposure and hyperactivity in rats : the role of the neurotransmitter systems involved in arousal and inhibition. In: West JR (ed.) ALCOHOL AND BRAIN DEVELOPMENT. New York : Oxford University Press, 1986, pp. 45-70. (ADAI bk) Call No: QP 801 A3 A36 1986.

  6. Boyd TA, Ernhart CB, Greene TH, Sokol RJ, Martier S. Prenatal alcohol exposure and sustained attention in the preschool years. Neurotoxicol Teratol 1991;13:49-55 (ADAI rp 04850).

  7. Burgess D. M., Lasswell S. L., Streissguth A. P. EDUCATING CHILDREN PRENATALLY EXPOSED TO ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUGS ; PLANNING FOR LEARNING PROJECT. Seattle : University of Washington. Fetal Alcohol and Drug Unit, 1992, 37 p. (Books) Call No: RG 629 F45 B85 1992.

  8. Bursey R. G. EFFECT OF MATERNAL ETHANOL CONSUMPTION DURING GESTATION AND LACTATION ON THE DEVELOPMENT AND LEARNING PERFORMANCE OF THE OFFSPRING. Ann Arbor : University Microfilms, 1972., 175 p. (Books) Call No: RG 629 B88 1972.

  9. Cantwell DP. Families with attention deficit disordered children and others at risk. J Chem Depend Treat 1988;1(2):163-86 (ADAI jl).

  10. Carmichael Olson H, Streissguth AP, Sampson PD, Barr HM, Bookstein FL, Thiede K. Association of prenatal alcohol exposure with behavioral and learning problems in early adolescence. J Am Acad Child Adolesc Psychiatry 1997;36(9):1187-1194 (ADAI rp 07692).

  11. Coles CD, Platzman KA, Raskind-Hood CL, Brown RT, Falek A, Smith IE. A comparison of children affected by prenatal alcohol exposure and attention deficit, hyperactivity disorder. Alcohol Clin Exp Res 1997 Feb;21(1):150-61 (ADAI jl).

  12. Conry J. Neuropsychological deficits in fetal alcohol syndrome and fetal alcohol effects. Alcohol Clin Exp Res 1990 Oct;14(5):650-5 (ADAI jl).

  13. Fried PA, Watkinson B, Gray R. A follow-up study of attentional behavior in 6-year-old children exposed prenatally to marihuana, cigarettes, and alcohol. Neurotoxicol Teratol 1992;14:299-311 (ADAI rp 05907).

  14. Furuya H, Aikawa H, Yoshida T, Okazaki I. Effects of ethyl alcohol administration to THA rat dams during their gestation period on learning behavior and on levels of monoamines and metabolites in the brain of pups after birth. Alcohol Clin Exp Res 1996 Dec;20(9 Suppl):305A-310A (ADAI jl).

  15. Garland MA, Parsons OA, Nixon SJ. Visual-spatial learning in nonalcoholic young adults with and those without a family history of alcoholism. J Stud Alcohol 1993 Mar;54(2):219-24 (ADAI jl).

  16. Golub MS, Sassenrath EN, Chapman LF. An analysis of altered attention in monkeys exposed to delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol during development. Neurobehav Toxicol Teratol 1982 Jul-Aug;4(4):469-72 (ADAI jl).

  17. Goodlett CR, Kelly SJ, West JR. Early postnatal alcohol exposure that produces high blood alcohol levels impairs development of spatial navigation learning. Psychobiol 1987;15(1):64-74 (ADAI rp 03639).

  18. Hans SL, Marcus J. Motoric and attentional behavior in infants of methadone-maintained women. NIDA Res Monogr Ser 1983 Apr;43:287-93. (ADAI bk) Call No: HV 5825 C617 1982.

  19. Hegedus AM, Alterman AI, Tarter RE. Learning achievement in sons of alcoholics. Alcoholism (NY) 1984 May-Jun;8(3):330-3 (ADAI jl).

  20. Hesselbrock VM, Stabenau JR, Hesselbrock MN. Minimal brain dysfunction and neuropsychological test performance in offspring of alcoholics. Recent Dev Alcohol 1985;3:65-82. (ADAI bk) Call No: RC 565 R33 v.3.

  21. Hickey JE, Suess PE, Newlin DB, Spurgeon L, Porges SW. Vagal tone regulation during sustained attention in boys exposed to opiates in utero. Addict Behav 1995 Jan-Feb;20(1):43-59 (ADAI jl).

  22. Kelly SJ, Pierce DR, West JR. Microencephaly and hyperactivity in adult rats can be induced by neonatal exposure to high blood alcohol concentrations. Exp Neurol 1987;96:580-93 (ADAI rp 03645).

  23. Kopera-Frye K, Carmichael Olson H, Streissguth AP. Teratogenic effects of alcohol on attention. In : Burack JA ; Enns JT (eds.) ATTENTION, DEVELOPMENT, & PSYCHOPATHOLOGY. New York : The Guilford Press, 1997, pp. 171-204 (ADAI rp 07687).

  24. Landesman-Dwyer S., Ragozin A. PRENATAL CORRELATES OF HYPERACTIVITY. Seattle : University of Washington, 1981., 200 p. (Books) Call No: RJ 504.7 L25.

  25. Little PJ, Price RR, Hinton RK, Kuhn CM. Role of noradrenergic hyperactivity in neonatal opiate abstinence. Drug Alcohol Depend 1996 May;41(1):47-54 (ADAI jl).

  26. Mactutus CF, Tilson HA. Neonatal chlordecone exposure impairs early learning and retention of active avoidance in the rat. Neurobehav Toxicol Teratol 1984 Jan-Feb;6(1):75-83 (ADAI jl).

  27. Martin JC, Martin DC, Sigman G, Radow B. Maternal ethanol consumption and hyperactivity in cross-fostered offspring. Physiol Psychol 1978;6(3):362-5 (ADAI rp 01651).

  28. Mattson SN, Riley EP, Delis DC, Stern C, Jones KL. Verbal learning and memory in children with fetal alcohol syndrome. Alcohol Clin Exp Res 1996 Aug;20(5):810-6 (ADAI jl).

  29. Means LW, McDaniel K, Pennington SN. Embryonic ethanol exposure impairs detour learning in chicks. Alcohol 1989 Jul-Aug;6(4):327-30 (ADAI jl).

  30. Melcer T, Gonzalez D, Barron S, Riley EP. Hyperactivity in preweanling rats following postnatal alcohol exposure. Alcohol 1994 Jan-Feb;11(1):41-5 (ADAI jl).

  31. Molina BS, Pelham WE, Lang AR. Alcohol expectancies and drinking characteristics in parents of children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Alcohol Clin Exp Res 1997 May;21(3):557-66 (ADAI jl).

  32. Nagahara AH, Handa RJ. Fetal alcohol exposure produces delay-dependent memory deficits in juvenile and adult rats. Alcohol Clin Exp Res 1997 Jun;21(4):710-5 (ADAI jl).

  33. Nanson JL, Hiscock M. Attention deficits in children exposed to alcohol prenatally. Alcohol Clin Exp Res 1990 Oct;14(5):656-61 (ADAI jl).

  34. Riley EP, LaFiette MH. The effects of prenatal cocaine exposure on subsequent learning in the rat. NIDA Res Monogr 1996;164:53-77 (ADAI bk) Call No: RG 627.6 D79 B44 1996.

  35. Ruppert PH, Walsh TJ, Reiter LW, Dyer RS. Trimethyltin-induced hyperactivity: time course and pattern. Neurobehav Toxicol Teratol 1982 Mar-Apr;4(2):135-9 (ADAI jl).

  36. Schandler SL, Brannock JC, Cohen MJ, Antick J, Caine K. Visuospatial learning in elementary school children with and without a family history of alcoholism. J Stud Alcohol 1988 Nov;49(6):538-45 (ADAI jl).

  37. Schandler SL, Cohen MJ, Antick JR. Activation, attention, and visuospatial learning in adults with and without a family history of alcoholism. Alcohol Clin Exp Res 1992 Jun;16(3):566-71 (ADAI jl).

  38. Schandler SL, Cohen MJ, McArthur DL, Antick JR, Brannock JC. Spatial learning deficits in adult children of alcoholic parents. J Consult Clin Psychol 1991;59(2):312-7 (ADAI rp 04755).

  39. Schandler SL, Thomas CS, Cohen MJ. Spatial learning deficits in preschool children of alcoholics. Alcohol Clin Exp Res 1995 Aug;19(4):1067-72 (ADAI jl).

  40. Silver AA, Hagin RA. Prevention of learning disorders. OSAP Prev Monogr 1989;2:413-42 (ADAI bk) Call No: HV 5825 O44 V.2.

  41. Streissguth A. P., Bookstein F. L., Sampson P. D., Barr . M. THE ENDURING EFFECTS OF PRENATAL ALCOHOL EXPOSURE ON CHILD DEVELOPMENT ; BIRTH THROUGH SEVEN YEARS, A PARTIAL LEAST SQUARES ANALYSIS. Ann Arbor MI : University of Michigan Press, 1993, xxxiv, 301 p. (Books) Call No: RJ 496 L4 E53 1993.

  42. Streissguth AP. Smoking and drinking during pregnancy and offspring learning disabilities : a review of the literature and development of a research strategy. In: Lewis M (ed.) LEARNING DISABILITIES AND PRENATAL RISK. Urbana-Champaign : University of Illinois Press, 1986, pp. 28-67. (ADAI rp 01511).

  43. Streissguth AP, Barr HM, Sampson PD. Moderate prenatal alcohol exposure: effects on child IQ and learning problems at age 7 1/2 years. Alcohol Clin Exp Res 1990 Oct;14(5):662-9 (ADAI jl).

  44. Streissguth AP, Barr HM, Sampson PD, Parrish-Johnson JC, Kirchner GL, Martin DC. Attention, distraction and reaction time at age 7 years and prenatal alcohol exposure. Neurobehav Toxicol Teratol 1986;8:717-25 (ADAI rp 01895).

  45. Streissguth AP, Martin DC, Barr HM, Sandman BM. Intrauterine alcohol and nicotine exposure : attention and reaction time in 4-year-old children. Dev Psychol 1984;20(4):533-41 (ADAI rp 00017).

  46. Streissguth AP, Sampson PD, Olson HC, Bookstein FL, Barr HM, Scott M, Feldman J, Mirsky AF. Maternal drinking during pregnancy: attention and short-term memory in 14-year-old offspring--a longitudinal prospective study. Alcohol Clin Exp Res 1994 Feb;18(1):202-18 (ADAI jl).

  47. Streissguth AP, Treder RP, Barr HM, Shepard TH, Bleyer WA, Sampson PD, Martin DC. Aspirin and acetaminophen use by pregnant women and subsequent child IQ and attention decrements. Teratology 1987;35:211-19 (ADAI rp 02087).

  48. Tarter RE, Hegedus AM, Gavaler JS. Hyperactivity in sons of alcoholics. J Stud Alcohol 1985 May;46(3):259-61 (ADAI jl).

  49. Tarter RE, Jacob T, Laird SB. Learning and memory capacity in sons of alcoholic men. Am J Addict 1993;2(3):219-224 (ADAI jl).

  50. Van Dyke DC, Fox AA. Fetal drug exposure and its possible implications for learning in the preschool and school-age population. J Learn Disabil 1990;23(3):160-2 (ADAI rp 05141).

  51. Vigliecca NS, Fulginiti S, Minetti SA. Acute ethanol exposure during pregnancy in rats: effects upon a multiple learning task. Alcohol 1989 Sep-Oct;6(5):363-8 (ADAI jl).

  52. Weinberg NZ. Cognitive and behavioral deficits associated with parental alcohol use. J Am Acad Child Adolesc Psychiatry 1997;36(9):1177-1186 (ADAI rp 07784).


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