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Mat Gendle co-authors chapter in forthcoming book

Mathew Gendle, an associate professor in the Department of Psychology, along with colleagues at Cornell University and the University of California-Santa Cruz, has co-authored a chapter in the forthcoming book Gender Differences in Prenatal Substance Exposure to be published by the American Psychological Association and released on Oct. 15, 2011, as part of the APA’s Decade of Behavior book series.

“Gender Influences on the Cognitive and Emotional Effects of Prenatal Cocaine Exposure: Insights from an Animal Model” is the latest chapter Gendle has co-authored in collaboration with researchers at other prominent universities. He has also co-authored several of the most widely cited studies using animal models to examine the long-term and sex-specific effects of prenatal cocaine exposure on multiple aspects of cognition and emotional regulation.

Eric Townsend,
8/31/2011 2:34 PM