Both parental psychopathology and prenatal maternal alcohol dependency can predict the behavioral phenotype in children.

@article{Staroselsky2009BothPP,
  title={Both parental psychopathology and prenatal maternal alcohol dependency can predict the behavioral phenotype in children.},
  author={Arthur Staroselsky and Ellen Fantus and Reuven Sussman and Paul Sandor and Gideon Koren and Irena Nulman},
  journal={Paediatric drugs},
  year={2009},
  volume={11 1},
  pages={
          22-5
        }
}
OBJECTIVE To identify whether a child's behavior phenotype can be predicted by parental psychopathology and/or prenatal maternal alcohol dependency by using the Child Behavior List (CBCL) as a screening tool. METHODS A retrospective cohort of four non-exclusive groups of children (aged 8-15 years) was studied: (i) children exposed to alcohol in utero (n = 25); (ii) children not exposed to alcohol in utero (n = 46); (iii) children exposed to parental psychopathology (n = 37); (iv) children not… CONTINUE READING
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