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|Document Title:||Parenting Under the Influence: The Effects of Opioids, Alcohol and Cocaine on Mother-Child Interaction.|
|Personal Author:||Slesnick, Natasha.,Feng, Xin.,Brakenhoff, Brittany.,Brigham, Gregory S.|
|Abstract:||Nearly 20% of adults receiving treatment for a substance use disorder live with their minor children and women in drug use treatment are twice as likely as men to have children in their household. Parental drug use impacts the family through reduced family resources such as money and food, and researchers consistently note parenting deficits among substance users. Little is known about differences in parenting and mother-child interaction among mothers with different drugs of choice or among mothers of older children, between 8 to 16 years. This study reports the findings from a sample of treatment seeking opioid, alcohol and cocaine...more|