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Supposed prenatal influence. Prenatal culture. Stirpiculture

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  • Prenatal Exposuresby Roy P. Martin; Stefan C. Dombrowski

    Springer 2008; US$ 89.99

    Synthesizes findings that help explain why prenatal events may result in abnormal behavior and learning disabilities later in life. This book addresses the research needs in behavioral teratology that are likely to lead to discoveries that may ensure the birth of healthier babies who develop normally across the lifespan. more...

  • Early Life Origins of Health and Diseaseby E. Marelyn Wintour; Julie A. Owens

    Springer 2007; US$ 289.00

    Presents and discusses the many factors that may have impact on normal development. This book considers both the proven and suggestive evidence that the high prevalence of hypertension, diabetes, obesity and, in some populations, kidney disease, may not be all due to genetics or adult environment alone. It is useful for scientists. more...

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