The effects of maternal alcohol consumption and cigarette smoking during pregnancy on acoustic cry analysis.

@article{Nugent1996TheEO,
  title={The effects of maternal alcohol consumption and cigarette smoking during pregnancy on acoustic cry analysis.},
  author={Jeff Nugent and Barry M. Lester and Shannon M Greene and D Wieczorek-Deering and Pat O'Mahony},
  journal={Child development},
  year={1996},
  volume={67 4},
  pages={1806-15}
}
During the last trimester of pregnancy, 127 primiparous Irish mothers were interviewed to ascertain their history of alcohol and tobacco use. Confounding effects due to other drugs were not a factor in this sample. Mothers consumed an average of .21 ounces absolute alcohol (AA) per day, with 62% classified as moderate drinkers, 10.6% as heavy drinkers, and 26% as nondrinkers. Neurobehavioral status was measured using acoustic characteristics of the infant's cry, collected on the third day of… CONTINUE READING

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