Prenatal marijuana exposure and intelligence test performance at age 6.

  title={Prenatal marijuana exposure and intelligence test performance at age 6.},
  author={Lidush Goldschmidt and Gale A. Richardson and Jennifer A. Willford and Nancy L. Day},
  journal={Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry},
  volume={47 3},
OBJECTIVE This is a prospective study of the effects of prenatal marijuana exposure on the intelligence test performance of 648 children at a 6-year follow-up. METHOD Women were interviewed about the amount and frequency of their marijuana use at 4 and 7 months of pregnancy and at delivery. Participants were light to moderate users of marijuana and represented a lower income population. Children were assessed with the Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale by examiners blind to exposure status… CONTINUE READING
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