JoMarie Mascia

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This study investigated effects of prenatal cocaine exposure on infant sensorimotor development. One hundred and sixty-seven 12-month-olds (74 cocaine-exposed and 93 unexposed) were assessed using the Bayley Scales of Infant Development (BSID). Ninety-seven had previously been evaluated on the Movement Assessment of Infants and the Test of Sensory Functions(More)
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