Maternal recall of alcohol, cocaine, and marijuana use during pregnancy.

@article{Jacobson1991MaternalRO,
  title={Maternal recall of alcohol, cocaine, and marijuana use during pregnancy.},
  author={Sandra W. Jacobson and Joseph L Jacobson and Robert J. Sokol and Susan S Martier and Joel W. Ager and Michael G. Kaplan},
  journal={Neurotoxicology and teratology},
  year={1991},
  volume={13 5},
  pages={535-40}
}
Alcohol, cocaine, and marijuana use during pregnancy was reported antenatally and at 13 months postpartum by 361 black inner city mothers. The two reports were moderately related for all three substances, but levels reported retrospectively were substantially higher. MAST scores did not differ for the two interviews. Most of the correlations of the antenatal and retrospective reports with maternal and infant characteristics were similar in magnitude; those that differed were somewhat stronger… CONTINUE READING