Binge alcohol consumption by non-alcohol – dependent women during pregnancy affects child behaviour, but not general intellectual functioning; a prospective controlled study

@article{Nulman2004BingeAC,
  title={Binge alcohol consumption by non-alcohol – dependent women during pregnancy affects child behaviour, but not general intellectual functioning; a prospective controlled study},
  author={Irena Nulman and Joanne Rovet and Deon Kennedy and Christina Wasson and Jonathan P. Gladstone and Shawn Fried and Gideon Koren},
  journal={Archives of Women’s Mental Health},
  year={2004},
  volume={7},
  pages={173-181}
}
Effects of binge ethanol consumption during early gestation on child neurodevelopment have not been elucidated. To study whether binge drinking affects cognitive abilities and behavior of exposed children, a prospective observational study comparing 51 children exposed to binge drinking during the first trimester of pregnancy to 51 children not exposed to any teratogens was conducted. The children’s physical development, intelligence, language abilities and behavior were assessed. Temperament… CONTINUE READING
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