In Utero Cocaine Exposure and Persistent Changes in Cognition and Neurochemical Modulation: Evidence from an Animal Model

  • Tara Lynn Benedetto, Theresa Benedetto, Helen Leyden
  • Published 2008

Abstract

A growing body of evidence in both humans and animals implicates a constellation of effects associated with prenatal cocaine exposure that is both subtle and long-lasting, however little is currently known about the importance of timing and duration of prenatal cocaine exposure on cognitive outcomes. The present study was designed to evaluate the effects of… (More)

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@inproceedings{Benedetto2008InUC, title={In Utero Cocaine Exposure and Persistent Changes in Cognition and Neurochemical Modulation: Evidence from an Animal Model}, author={Tara Lynn Benedetto and Theresa Benedetto and Helen Leyden}, year={2008} }