The language, externalising and internalising outcomes of 9.5 year old children born to mothers in the Methadone Maintenance Treatment (2021)
Type of ContentTheses / Dissertations
Degree NameMaster of Science
PublisherUniversity of Canterbury
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The Early Development and Family Environments of Children Born to Mothers Engaged in Methadone Maintenance During Pregnancy. Davie-Gray, Alison (University of Canterbury. Psychology, 2011)Introduction. There is clear evidence that children raised in families affected by parental drug use are at high risk for a wide range of adverse outcomes, including; early cognitive and language delay (van Baar & de Graaff, ...
The Mental Health Outcomes of Children Born to Methadone Dependent Mothers : The Role of Out-of-Home Care at Age 4.5-Years Lean, Rachel Emma (University of Canterbury. Psychology, 2012)Children born to methadone maintained mothers are at high risk of adverse socio-emotional and behavioural outcomes. However, existing studies inadequately report the extent of maternal methadone and other drug use, focus ...
Lee, Samantha Jean (University of Canterbury. Psychology, 2012)ABSTRACT Introduction. Research from the early 1980s indicates that there are different neurodevelopmental differences between methadone-exposed and non-exposed infants. However, the extent to which these difficulties ...