Introduction to the Special Issue: Impact of Prenatal Substance Exposure on Children's Health, Development, School Performance, and Risk Behavior
Maternal Cigarette-Smoking During Pregnancy Disrupts Rhythms in Fetal Heart Rate
The Association Between Maternal Cocaine Use During Pregnancy and Physiological Regulation in 4- to 8-Week-Old Infants: An Examination of Possible Mediators and Moderators
Interactions Between Maternal Characteristics and Neonatal Behavior in the Prediction of Parenting Stress and Perception of Infant Temperament
Outcome from a Prospective, Longitudinal Study of Prenatal Cocaine Use: Preschool Development at 3 Years of Age
The Relationship of Prenatal Alcohol Exposure and the Postnatal Environment to Child Depressive Symptoms
Case Study: Using a Virtual Reality Computer Game to Teach Fire Safety Skills to Children Diagnosed with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
Aggression at Age 5 as a Function of Prenatal Exposure to Cocaine, Gender, and Environmental Risk
Mental Health Outcomes of Cocaine-Exposed Children at 6 Years of Age
Prenatal Cocaine Exposure and Children's Language Functioning at 6 and 9.5 Years: Moderating Effects of Child Age, Birthweight, and Gender
Prenatal Alcohol Exposure and Ability, Academic Achievement, and School Functioning in Adolescence: A Longitudinal Follow-Up