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    • Cocaine Disrupts Pup-Induced Maternal Behavior in Juvenile and Adult Rats 

      Johns, Josephine M.; McMurray, Matthew S.; Hofler, Vivian E.; Jarrett, Thomas M.; Middleton, Christopher L.; Elliott, Deborah L.; Mirza, Raessa; Haslup, Amber; Elliott, Jay C.; Walker, Cheryl H. (East Carolina University, 2007-11)
      Impaired onset of maternal behavior in first generation rat dams was previously correlated with rearing by cocaine-treated dams and prenatal cocaine exposure. Pup-induced maternal behavior in non-lactating rats has not ...
    • THE EFFECTS OF PRENATAL COCAINE EXPOSURE ON EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONING IN ADOLESCENTS 

      Daniels, Laura M. (East Carolina University, 2011)
      Executive functioning refers to higher-order cognitive skills (e.g., inhibition, shifting and sequencing), which improve with frontal lobe maturation from childhood through early adulthood. Research on executive functioning ...