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Effects of prenatal alcohol consumption on cognitive development and ADHD‐related behaviour in primary‐school age: a multilevel study based on meconium ethyl glucuronide

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Alcohol intake during pregnancy is considered to be a risk factor for child development. Child biomarkers of intrauterine alcohol exposure have been rarely studied. We investigated whether a meconium alcohol metabolite (ethyl glucuronide, EtG) was associated with cognitive development, ADHD‐related behaviour and neurophysiological markers of attention and executive control of children at primary‐school age.
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Keywords: Intrauterine alcohol exposure; alcohol; attention‐deficit hyperactivity disorder; child; cognitive development; ethyl glucuronide; event‐related potentials; meconium; pregnancy

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: February 1, 2018

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