Neuromotor development of cocaine-exposed and control infants from birth through 15 months: poor and poorer performance.

OBJECTIVE The objective of this study is to describe the longitudinal course of motor development of a group of infants exposed to cocaine in utero and an unexposed control group. METHODS Subjects included 28 in utero-exposed infants and 22 unexposed infants matched for race, income of the family, and mother's educational level. Infants were evaluated at… CONTINUE READING