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Publication Date: 2001
Publisher: DIANE Publishing Company
The intersection between environmental chemicals & child develop. is a new area of public health science. So much hinges on understanding the effects of environmental chemicals on these processes: developmental disabilities, incl. attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, autism, & neurodevelopmental diseases, affect millions of children. Chapters: nature of the problem; normal brain develop. & developmental toxicology; developmental disorders (DD) & their public health impact; the road from research to real life; the causes of disabilities; known & suspected developmental neurotoxicants; chemicals, reg's. & the environment; & clinical spectrum of DD. "Makes complex scientific literature readily available to non-experts." Illustrated.Schettler, Ted is the author of 'In Harm's Way : Toxic Threats to Child Development', published 2001 under ISBN 9780756709723 and ISBN 0756709725.
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