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2005
Tronick, E.Z.,  Messinger, D.S.,  Weinberg, M.K.,  Lester, B.M.,  LaGasse, L.,  Seifer, R.,  Bauer, C.R.,  Shankaran, S.,  Bada, H.,  Wright, L.L.,  Poole, K.,  Liu, J. Cocaine exposure is associated with subtle compromises of infants' and mothers' social-emotional behavior and dyadic features of their interaction in the face-to-face still-face paradigm. Developmental Psychology. 41, (5), 711-722.
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2006
Shankaran, S.,  Das, A.,  Bauer, C.R.,  Bada, H.,  Lester, B.,  Wright, L.,  Higgins, R.,  Poole, K. Fetal origin of childhood disease: Intrauterine growth restriction in term infants and risk for hypertension at 6 years of age. Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine. 160, (9), 977-981.
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2009
Simmons, L.A.,  Havens, J.G.,  Whiting, J.B.,  Bada, H. Illicit drug use among women with children in the United States: 2002-2003. Annals of Epidemiology. 19, (3), 187-193.
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2006
Sheinkopf, S.J.,  Lagasse, L.L.,  Lester, B.M.,  Liu, J.,  Seifer, R.,  Bauer, C.R.,  Shankaran, S.,  Bada, H.,  Higgins, R.,  Das, A. Prenatal Cocaine Exposure. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 1094, 354-358.
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2011
Shankaran, S.,  Bann, C.,  Das, A.,  Lester, B.,  Bada, H.,  Bauer, C.R.,  La Gasse, L.,  Higgins, R.D. . Risk for obesity in adolescence starts in early childhood. Journal of Perinatology. 31, (11), 711-716.
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2010
Stone, K.,  LaGasse, L.,  Lester, B.,  Shankaran, S.,  Bada, H.,  Bauer, C.,  Hammond, J. Sleep problems in children with prenatal substance exposure: The Maternal Lifestyle Study. Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine. 164, (5), 452-456.
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