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  • Clinical Research

    Lazarus T., & Lazarus, G.T. (2021). Delayed onset of neurological symptoms after infant TBI: Challenges for treatment. British Paediatric Neurology Association. Abstracts of the Annual Meeting, 6-8 January 2021, Virtual. Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology, 63 (S1).

    Lazarus, G. T. Maternal-Fetal Optimal Development. Interview at: brain.alive; 2020, October 29.

    Lazarus, G. T. (2020, August 20–22). Applying principles of Luria’s theory to the fetal stage and integration of psycho-physiological mechanisms to optimize adaptive behavior [Conference Presentation]. 2nd International Neuropsychological Summer School: The World after the Pandemic: Challenges and Prospects for Neuroscience, Online.

    Lazarus, G. T., & Emory, E. K. (2020). Integration of psychotherapy and biofeedback in treatment resistant cases [Abstract]. Psychosomatic Medicine82(6), A-128.

    Lazarus, G. T., Lazarus, T., Ullmo, C. D., & Emory, E. K. (2020, April 22–26 Rescheduled owing to COVID). Optimizing Fetal Neurological Development [Conference Presentation]. Fetal Neonatal Neurology Congress, Paris, France.

    Lazarus, T., Lazarus, G., Emory, E., Reardon, K., & Kuzyk, E. (2020). Violence Exposure among Children and Young People: A South African Case Study. In C. Clauss-Ehlers, A. Sood, & M. Weist (Eds.), Social Justice for Children and Young People: International Perspectives (pp. 450-459). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

    Lazarus, T., Lazarus, G., & Lazarus, J. (2020). Neuropsychological Evidence for Cortical Reorganization Following Traumatic Brain Injury in Adults: A Case Series [Abstract]. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 35(2), E199.

    Lazarus, T., Lazarus, G., & Lazarus, J. (2020). Neuropsychological Management of an Infant With Severe Head Injury [Abstract]. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 35(2), E197.

    Lazarus, V., Lazarus, G. T., Reardon, K. M., Ginalis, C. L., Emory, E. K., & Lazarus, T. (2020). Cross-Cultural Factors Influencing Progression, Observable Presentation, and Treatment of Childhood ADHD. In J. Glozman (Ed.), Understanding Children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). New York: Nova Science.

    Lazarus, G. T., Emory, E. K., & Lazarus, T. (2019, November 21–22). Fetal Neurobehavioral Responding and Maternal ANS changes in a Heart Rate Variability Biofeedback paradigm [Poster Presentation]. The Fourth International Symposium on the Fetal Brain Pregnancy, Stress, and Depression: Impact on the Developing Fetal Brain, Washington D.C., United States.

    Lazarus, T., Emory, E. K., Puente, A. E., & Lazarus, G. T. (2019, September 3–6). Deconstructing Epilepsy In Non-Western Societies: Neuropsychological Assessment And Practice In The South African Context. [Conference Presentation]. Psychological Society of South Africa (PSYSSA), 25th Anniversary Congress, Johannesburg, South Africa.

    Lazarus, G. T., Ginalis, C. L., & Emory, E. K. (2019, March 8–10). A Unique Use of Biofeedback to Optimize Fetal Development and Maternal Health Across Cultural and Language Barriers [Poster Presentation]. CUGH 10th Annual Global Health Conference Translation & Implementation for Impact in Global Health, Chicago, Illinois, United States.

    Lazarus, G. T., Ginalis, C. L., & Emory, E. K. (2018, October 13–16). Human Adaptive Functioning and Optimal Fetal Development [Conference Presentation]. The Fifth International Luria Memorial Congress, Yekaterinburg, Russia.

    Lazarus, G. T., Ginalis, C. L., & Emory, E. K. (2018, October 13–16). Optimizing Fetal Development [Conference Presentation]. The Fifth International Luria Memorial Congress, Yekaterinburg, Russia.

    Ginalis, C. L., Lazarus, G. T., & Emory, E. K. (2018, September 20–23). Cross-Cultural Pediatric Acquired Brain Injury Cases [Poster Presentation]. The Second International Conference on Paediatric Acquired Brain Injury, Rome, Italy.

    Ginalis, C. L., Lazarus, G. T., Ullmo, C. D., & Emory, E. K. (2018, May 26–30). Individual Differences in Fetal Development and Stimulus Driven Neurobehavioral Responses [Poster Presentation]. 16th World Association for Infant Mental Health World Congress, Rome, Italy.

    Ullmo, C. D., Rousselot-Pailley, B., Golse, B., Yi, M. K., & Lazarus, G. T. (2018, May 26–30). Differential Diagnosis within Autism Spectrum Disorder: Different Trajectories and Impacts of Dysfunctional Sensory Integration, Awareness and Social Communication [Poster Presentation]. 16th World Association for Infant Mental Health World Congress, Rome, Italy.

    Emory, E. K., Lazarus, G. T., & Faboyede, G. (2017). Teaching Psychology: A Cross-Cultural Perspective on Biology and Human Behavior. In U. Gielen, H. Takooshian, & G. J. Rich (Eds.), Internationalizing the Teaching of Psychology (Advances in Cultural Psychology: Constructing Human Development) (pp. 191–214). Information Age Publishing.

    Lazarus, G. T., Culmone, H. D., & Emory, E. K. (2017, October). An Integrated Approach to Healthcare and Vocational Rehabilitation [Conference Presentation]. Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation Agency Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, United States.

    Ginalis, C., Lazarus, T., Lazarus, G. T., & Emory, E. K. (2017, September 20–23). Effects of Early Traumatic Brain Injury [Poster Presentation]. International Conference on Paediatric Acquired Brain Injury, Rome, Italy.

    Lazarus, T., Lazarus, V., Lazarus, G. T., Emory, E. K., & Panjwani, S. (2017, September 20–23). Developmental Staging After Brain Injury in the First Six Months of Life [Poster Presentation]. International Conference on Paediatric Acquired Brain Injury, Rome, Italy.

    Lazarus, T., Lazarus, V., Lazarus, G. T., Emory, E. K., & Xie, J. (2017, September 20–23). Visuo-Behavioural Outcome in Early Occipital Brain Damage in an Infant [Poster Presentation]. International Conference on Paediatric Acquired Brain Injury, Rome, Italy.

    Lazarus, G. T., & Emory, E. K. (2016, September). Clinical assessment and intervention: HRV Biofeedback, ELISA, and PCR. [Conference Presentation]. Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation Agency Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, United States.

    Zhang, H., and Emory, E.K., (2015). A Mindfulness-Based Intervention for Pregnant African American Women. Mindfulness,6, (3), 663-674.

    Lazarus, G. T., & Emory, E. K. (2014). From Cortex to Courtroom: In Defense of Neuropsychological Assessment [Oral Presentation]. Fulton County Accountability Court, Atlanta, Georgia, United States.

    Emory, E. K., & Lazarus, G. T. (2014, November 12–15). Modelling Fetal Brain and Behavior Development: A Quantitative Approach [Poster Presentation]. National Academy of Neuropsychology, Fajardo, Puerto.

    Lazarus, G. T., & Emory, E. K. (2014, November 12–15). Neuropsychological Predictors of Outcome in A Substance Abuse Accountability Court Population [Poster Presentation]. National Academy of Neuropsychology, Fajardo, Puerto Rico.

    Lazarus, G. T., & Emory, E. K. (2014, December). The Added Value of Neuropsychological Assessments in the Current Treatment Program, Fulton County Accountability Court (Drug Court) [Conference Presentation]. Fulton County Accountability Court, Atlanta, Georgia, United States.

    Lazarus, J. T., Emory, E. K., Lazarus, G. T., Lazarus, N. T., & Lazarus, T. (2012, September). Neurological and neuropsychological challenges in Pediatric TBI: Towards a unified perspective [Poster Presentation]. Russian Society of Neuropsychology, Moscow, Russia.

    Emory, E. K., Lazarus, G. T., Green, S., & Raynor, B. D. (2012, June). Prenatal Cerebral Blood Flow Changes in Response to Maternal Vocalization [Poster Presentation]. American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology, Seattle, WA.

    Lazarus, J. T., Lazarus, T., Lazarus, G. T., Lazarus, N. T., Emory, E. K., & Puente, A. E. (2012, June). Neuropsychological Assessment and Neuroimaging as predictors of neuropsychological outcomes in mild TBI: A case study [Poster Presentation]. American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology, Seattle, Washington, United States.

    Lazarus, T., Lazarus, G. T., & Lazarus, J. T. (2012, June 27–30). Occipital lobe hemiangioma and Neuro-cognitive findings in recalcitrant substance abuse: A Case Study. [Poster Presentation]. International Neuropsychological Society Mid-Year Meeting, Oslo, Norway.

    Lazarus, G. T., & Puente, A. E. (2012). Sleep apnea. In C. A. Noggle, R. S. Dean, & A. M. Horton (Eds.), The encyclopedia of neuropsychological disorders (pp. 660–662). Springer Publishing Company.

    Caribbean Regional Conference in Psychology “Training in Clinical Psychology: Comparative Models & Past Experience” November 16th, 2011.

    Emory, E.K. (2010). A Womb with a View: Ultrasound for Evaluation of Fetal Neurobehavioral Development. Infant Behavior & Child Development, 19:119-124.

    Lazarus, G. T., & Puente, A. E. (2010, October). Neuropsychological test usage in the United States [Poster Presentation]. National Academy of Neuropsychology Conference, Vancouver, Canada.

    Ojeda, C. A., Lazarus, G. T., & Puente, A. E. (2010, February 3–6). Neuropsychological testing Spanish speakers: The challenge of assessing linguistically and culturally diverse individuals [Poster Presentation]. 38th Annual Meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society, Acapulco, Mexico.

    Lazarus, G. T., & Puente, A. E. (2009). The evolution of neuropsychological test usage in different geographical locations and the role of the neuropsychologist [Abstract]. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology24(5), 461.

    Dieter, J., Emory, E., Cederberg, K., Ansari, Z., Field, T., Hernandez, R. (2008).  Maternal Depression and Anxiety Effects on the Human Fetus: Preliminary Findings and Clinical Implications. Infant Mental Health Journal, 21:2, 29-504.

    Lazarus, G. T., & Lazarus, T. (2008). Neuropsychological Assessment of Rural South African Motor Vehicle Accident Litigants: A Case Study [Conference Presentation]. National Academy of Neuropsychology Conference, New York, United States.

    Alvarez, J. & Emory, E.  (2006).  Executive Function and the Frontal Lobes: A Meta Analytic Review, Neuropsychology Review, 16, (1): 17-42.

    Emory, E., Dieter, J. (2006) Maternal Depression and Psychotropic Medication Effects on the Human Fetus. Annals of the New York Academy of Science, 10:1196:12-15.

    Concomitant Maternal Depression and Anxiety on Fetal Responsivity to Vibratory Stimulation: Preliminary Findings.  Presented at Society for Research in Child Development 2003.

    Emory, E., Ansari, Z., Patillo, R., Archibold, E., Chevalier, J. (2003). Maternal Blood Lead Effects on Infant Intelligence at 7 Months of Age. New Scientific Developments , American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 188: S26-32.

    Dieter, J., Field, T., Hernandez-Reif, M., Emory, E., Redzepi, M. (2003). Stable Preterm Infants Gain More Weight and Sleep Less after Five Days of Massage Therapy. Journal of Pediatic Psychology, 403-411.

    *Dieter J. & E. Emory, (2002) Supplemental Stimulation for Preterm Infants. In L Rich Ed. Massage Therapy, Harcourt Health Sciences, London pp. 135-164.

    Fetal Brain Laterality. Paper presented at Conference on Human Development, April, 2002, Durham N.C.

    Maternal Depression Effects on Vibratory Stimulation Responses in Late-Term Fetuses:  Preliminary Findings.  Paper presented at Conference on Human Development, April 2002, Durham N.C.

    Effects of Caffeine on Fetal Habituation. Paper to be presented at Conference on Human Development, April 2002, Durham N.C.

    J. Snarey, & E.Emory (2001)  Adoptive Fathers, In Encyclopedia of Parenting, pp 22-27.

    Raynor, B.D. Parthasarathy, S. & Emory, E.K, (2000) Umbilical Cord VCAM and Labor. Journal of Maternal-Fetal Investigation, 9, 291-293.

    Cerebral Blood flow in the human fetus and Maternal Speech.  Paper presented at the International Neuropsychological Society Meeting, Durban South Africa, June, 24-27, 1999.

    Emory, E., Patillo, R., Archibold, E., Bayorh, M. & Sung, R. (1999). Neurobehavioral effects of low-level lead exposure in human neonates. American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology, 188, S2-S11.

    Maternal Speech and Fetal Brain Activity.  Paper presented at the 45th Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, Savannah, Georgia March 18-21, 1999.

    Board on Behavioral, Cognitive, and Sensory Sciences, (1998) Psychological Science, 9, 79-91.

    *Chen, S. & Emory, E. K. (1998).  Clinical psychology in Asia: A Taiwanese perspective.  In M. Hersen & A. Bellack (Eds.), Comprehensive Clinical Psychology.  Elsevier Science 343-347.

    Emory, E.K., & *Isrealian, M.K. (1998). Behavioral Profiles Related to Stress Reactivity and Ethnic Variation.In Proceedings of Advancing Research on Developmental Plasticity, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD.

    Emory, E. K. & *Israelian, M.(1998). Biobehavioral Development in Prenatal Life.Proceedings of Advancing Research on Developmental Plasticity, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD.

    Feng, T. I., Raynor, B. D., Fiano., Graham, D. & Emory, E. K. (1997).  Doppler velocimetry of the fetal Circle of Willis: A longitudinal study.  Journal of Maternal-Fetal Investigation.

    Emory, E. K., Raynor, B. D., & Fiano, K.  (1997). Gender differences in fetal cerebral blood flow and heart rate.  American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 176(1), 175. (abstract).

    *Dieter, N. J. & Emory, E. K. (1997).  Supplemental Stimulation of Premature Infants: A Treatment Model.  Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 22: 281-295.

    Emory, E. K. (1996). Behavioral perinatology. Psychological Science Agenda, 9:8-10.American Psychological Association.

    Emory, E., Schlackman, L. J., & Fiano, K. (1996). Drug-Hormone Interactions on Neurobehavioral Responses in Human Neonates. Infant Behavior & Development.

    Fiano, K..M. Fennell, E. B., & Emory, E.K. (1996). Fetal Heart Rate as a predictor of Impulsivity: A 15 year follow-up. Journal of Clinical & Experimental Neuropsychology 15, 87 (abstract).

    Perinatal Stress and Soothing.  Invited to the Sixth Annual Conference of the Center for Human Development and Developmental Disabilities, Department of Pediatrics, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, New Brunswick, NJ, May 1996.

    Physiological and behavioral relationships in the perinatal period.  In Conference Proceedings, Advancing Research on Developmental Plasticity: Integrating the Behavioral Science and the Neuroscience of Mental Health.  Sponsored by the National Institute of Mental Health, May 1996.  Chantilly, VA.

    Stress and early development: Biobehavioral profiles in prenatal life.  In Conference Proceedings, Advancing Research on Developmental Plasticity: Integrating the Behavioral Science and the Neuroscience of Mental Health.  National Institute of Mental Health, Chantilly, VA.  May 1996.

    Exploring prenatal assessment of development.  Presented at the Conference on Cognitive Neuroscience and Neurodevelopmental Disorders: Conceptual and Methodological Challenges.  Sponsored by the National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD.  March 1996.

    Good Discipline From the Therapist Perspective.  Presented at the Georgia State Conference on Foster Care. Atlanta, GA, March 1996.

    Perspectives on Foster Care. Panel at the Georgia State Conference on Foster Care.  Atlanta, GA, March 1996.

    African American: A Psychological Perspective on Victimization, Entitlement and Opportunism.  Presented at the Black History Month Forum, Department of Psychology, Emory University, Atlanta, GA, February 1996.

    Fetal heart rate.  Presented at Touch Research Institute Symposium on Stress and Coping, Miami, FL, February 1996.

    Fetal Brain Behavior Relationships.  Presented at the 11th Annual Winter Conference on Developmental Psychobiology, Curacao, Dutch Antilles, January 1996.

    Behavioral Perinatology.  Presented at the NIMH Symposium on Advancing Research in Developmental Plasticity: Intersection of Behavioral Science and Neuroscience, Rockvill, MD, March 1995.

    Davis, M. & Emory, E. K. (1995).  Sex Differences in Neonatal Stress Reactivity.  Child Development, 65:14-27.

    Development in Fetal Imaging and Behavior.  Tenth Annual Winter Conference on Current Issues in Developmental Psychobiology, Maui, Hawaii, January 5-8, 1995.

    Fetal Cardiovascular Response to Labor and Behavioral Outcome.  National Perinatal Association 1994 Annual Clinical Conference and Exposition, San Diego, CA, November 17-20, 1994.

    An examination of psychophysiological reaction to personally-relevant questions which demand answers of varying complexity.  34th Annual Meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research, Atlanta, GA, October 5-9, 1994 (with J. Dieter and D. Glansville).

    Fetal psychophysiology using fetal acoustic stimulation and non-stress testing.  34th Annual Meeting of The Society for Psychophysiological Research, Atlanta, GA, October 5-9, 1994 (with F. Powell).

    Foundations of Behavioral Perinatology.  The 2nd Annual Conference on Psychopathology, Psychopharmacology, Substance Abuse, and Culture, Los Angeles, CA, October 20-22, 1994.

    Neonatal hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenocortical response to repeated stressful stimulation.  34th Annual Meeting of The Society for Psychophysiological Research, Atlanta, GA, October 5-9, 1994 (with M. Israelian, and H. Griffith).

    New Developments in Color Doppler Imaging.  Presented at the Ninth Annual Winter Conference on Current Issues in Developmental Psychobiology, St. Lucia, January 6-9, 1994.

    Emory, E. K., Hatch, M., Blackmore, C., & Strock, B. (1993). Psychophysiological Responses to Stress During Pregnancy. Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia.

    Biological Constraints on Cardiac Orienting Responses in Neonates. Conference on Human Development, Atlanta, Georgia, 1992.

    Emory, E. K. (1992). Find and treat behavior problems prenatally? OBG Management, August, 31-33. Montvale, NJ: Dowden Publishing Inc.

    Emory, E. K., Brown, R., *Savoie, T. M. & Sexson, S. (1992). A case of Maple Syrup Urine Disease, Dietary treatment and neuropsychological performance.  Neuropsychiatry, Neuropsychology, and Behavioral Neurology, 5:60-63.

    Emory, E. K., *Savoie, T. M., *Ballard, J., *Eppler, M., & *O’Dell, C. (1992). Perinatal Factors in Clinical Neuropsychological Assessment. In A. Puente and R. McCaffery (Eds.)  Psychobiological Issues in Clinical Neuropsychological Assessment, Norwood, NJ: Plenum Press, pp. 15-48.

    Foundations of Behavioral Perinatology. International Conference on Infant Studies, Miami, Florida, 1992.

    Emory, E. K. (1991). A neuropsychological perspective on perinatal complications and the law. Clinical Neuropsychologist, 5(4), 297–321.

    Perinatal Complications and Neuropsychological Development: Clinical & Forensic Issues.  Natl. Academy of Neuropsychology, Reno, Nevada, 1990.

    Gender Stereotypes in College Students. Presented at the Southeastern Psychological Association Meeting, March 1989, Washington, D.C. (with T. M. Savoie and Laura Flashman).

    Autonomic Responsivity in the Fetus:  Implications for Neuropsychology and Temperament Research.  Paper presented at Florida Conference on Health Psychology, Gainesville, April 13-15, 1988 (with K. Toomey).

    Fetal Autonomic Responses as a Prediction of Behavioral Style.  Division 38 Symposium at APA Science Weekend, August, 1988, Atlanta Georgia.

    Neuropsychological Correlates of Maple Syrup Disease.  Paper presented at Florida Conference on Health Psychology, Gainesville, April 13-15, 1988 (with T. M. Savoie & R.T. Brown).

    Patterns of Spontaneous and Interactive Behavior in the Newborn.  Paper presented at the International Neuropsychological Society Meeting, January 1988, New Orleans, Louisiana.

    Perinatal and Ethnic Influences in neuropsychological Development.  Division 40, 45 Symposium at APA Science Weekend, August, 1988, Atlanta, Georgia.

    Rate by Intensity Interaction in the Brainstem Auditory Evoked Response of Newborn Infants, In Linda Siegel (Chair) Brainstem Auditory Evoked Response in Newborns (A Window to the Brain) Paper presented at the International Neuropsychology Society Meeting, January 1988, New Orleans, Louisiana.

    Contributing factors to Sex Differences in early infancy. Paper presented at Southeastern Psychological Association Meeting, March, 1987, Atlanta, Georgia (with T. Savoie).

    Prediction from Intrapartum fetal heart rate to four month infant Development.  Paper presented at Biennial meeting of Society for Research in Child Development, April, 1987, Baltimore, Maryland.

    Neurobehavioral implications of fetal autonomic responding during labor.  Presented at BiAnnual Conference, Society for Research in Child Development, April, 1986, Los Angeles, California.

    Sleep state in terminally ill newborns.  Presented at BiAnnual Conference, Society for Research in Child Development, April, 1986, Los Angeles, California (with L. Engler).

    Caffeine and its effects on newborn behavior.  Society for Research in Child Development, Biannual Conference, April, 1985, Toronto, Canada (with S. Hronsky).

    Interhemispheric processing of neonatal cries. International Neuropsychological Society Annual Conference, Feb., 1985, San Diego, California. (with J. Von).

    Birth related changes in fetal heart rate:  Implications for neonatal behavior.  2nd International Conference, International Organization of Psychophysiology, July, 1984, London (with E. Walker).

    Neurobehavioral correlates of neonatal seizures. International Neuropsychological Society, 1983, Mexico City, Mexico (with W.D. Tynan).

    Prematurity and respiratory distress linked to startle suppression in human infants.  Easter Psychological Association, 1983, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (with N. Spear).

    Relating fetal heart rate and neonatal state in full-term newborns.  International Conference on Infant Studies, 1982, Austin, Texas (with J. Noonan and W.D. Tynan).

    State characteristics of neonatal seizures.  International Conference on Infant Studies, 1982, Austin, Texas (with W.D. Tynan and R. Dave).

    Assessing individual behavioral capabilities in the neonate.  Association for Behavioral Analysis, 1981, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. (W.D. Tynan, J.Noonan, & D. Beagell).

    Infant as stimulus for adult behavior: Implications for observer unreliability.  Association for Behavior Analysis, 1981, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  (with W.D. Tynan and J. Goldwein).

    Family history of schizophrenia: The prediction of schizophrenia.  American Psychological Association, 1981, Los Angeles, California. (with E. Walker).

    Symposium (Chair) Perinatal influences on fetal heart rate and newborn behavior.  Society for Research in Child Development, 1981, Boston, Massachusetts.

    The effect of lateral visual fixation on response latency to verbal and spatial task. British Psychological Society Conference, University of York, England (with E. Walker).

    Patterns of fetal heart rate during labor predict attention and arousal in the human newborn.  Eastern Psychological Association, April, 1980, Hartford, Connecticut.

    Brazelton Scale performance of infants of varying birthweight. Southern Conference on Human Development, April, 1976, Atlanta, Georgia.  (with B. Lester & D. Eitzman).

    Performance on the Brazelton Neonatal Assessment Scale.  Presented at Southeastern Psychological Association, March, 1975, Nashville, Tennessee. (with J. Bookstaver).

    Grant Funding

    Training in Neonatal Behavioral Assessment. Biomedical Research Support Grant, National Institutes of Health, 1980, $1200.

    Perinatal Determinants of Physiologic and Behavioral Responses in the Human Infant.  Biomedical Research Support Grant, National Institutes of Health, 1981-1982, $6000.

    Perinatal Influences on Infant Heart Rate and Behavior. University Awards Program, State University of New York Research Foundation, 1981-1983, $3800.

    Preliminary Study of Learning and Memory in High-Risk Infants.  Biomedical Research Support Program, National Institutes of Health, $2500.

    Effect of Caffeine on Newborn Behavior.  Biomedical Research Support Program, National Institutes of Health, $750 (with Susan Hronsky, graduate student), 1983.

    Fetal Heart Rate Responsivity and Newborn Behavior. National Science Foundation, 1984-1987, $85,144.00.

    Fetal Heart Rate Responsivity and Newborn Behavior. National Science Foundation, 1986-1990, $101,399.00.

    Effects of ECT and medication on Neuropsychological functioning in depressed patients.  Biomedical Research Support Grant. 1986-1988 (with Adele Rabin), $3700.00.

    Research Scientist Development Award. National Institute of Mental Health, 1989-1994, $450,000.

    Individual and Sex Differences in Stress Reactivity, National Institute of Mental Health, 1991-1994, $151,895.

    Reliability and Validity Assessment of the Use of Stressful Life Events in African-American Women of Reproductive Age.  Center for Disease Control and Prevention, 1993-1995, $758,000.1

    Studies in Behavioral Perinatology.  National Institutes of Health, 1993-1998, $704,836.

    Effects of Maternal Massage on Human Infant Development.  University Research Committee.  Emory University, 2002-2003, $30,000.

    Fetal Reactivity and Maternal Psychopathology, National Institutes of Mental Health, 2004-2009, $1,450,000.

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