Journals Higher Education



06 April 2006

424 Pages | 72 halftones & line illus.

7 x 10 inches

ISBN: 9780195183139

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Brain Development

Normal Processes and the Effects of Alcohol and Nicotine

Edited by Michael W. Miller

  • -Includes unique coverage--normal neural development, effects of alcohol, and effects of nicotine.
  • -Highlights the clinical importance of nicotine and alcohol.
  • -Alcohol is the most thoroughly understood developmental toxin, and this book is the most detailed description of its effects on the developing brain.
  • -Developmental consequences of nicotine are poorly understood, but this book sheds light on them.
  • -Extensive literature reviews and citations make the book useful as a reference work for researchers studying normal and abnormal brain development.

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