Edward Riley
Edward Riley
Professor of Psychology, San Diego State
Verified email at sdsu.edu
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A review of the neurobehavioral deficits in children with fetal alcohol syndrome or prenatal exposure to alcohol.
SN Mattson, EP Riley
Alcoholism: Clinical and experimental research, 1998
8001998
Fetal alcohol spectrum disorders: an overview with emphasis on changes in brain and behavior
EP Riley, CL McGee
Experimental biology and medicine 230 (6), 357-365, 2005
6892005
Fetal alcohol spectrum disorders: an overview
EP Riley, MA Infante, KR Warren
Neuropsychology review 21 (2), 73, 2011
6562011
Brain dysmorphology in individuals with severe prenatal alcohol exposure
SL Archibald, C Fennema‐Notestine, A Gamst, EP Riley, SN Mattson, ...
Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology 43 (3), 148-154, 2001
5412001
Executive functioning in children with heavy prenatal alcohol exposure
SN Mattson, AM Goodman, C Caine, DC Delis, EP Riley
Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research 23 (11), 1808-1815, 1999
4681999
Neuropsychological comparison of alcohol-exposed children with or without physical features of fetal alcohol syndrome.
SN Mattson, EP Riley, L Gramling, DC Delis, KL Jones
Neuropsychology 12 (1), 146, 1998
4441998
Prenatal alcohol exposure: comparability of effects in humans and animal models
CD Driscoll, AP Streissguth, EP Riley
Neurotoxicology and teratology 12 (3), 231-237, 1990
4341990
Teratogenic effects of alcohol on brain and behavior
SN Mattson, AM Schoenfeld, EP Riley
Alcohol Research & Health 25 (3), 185, 2001
4092001
Abnormalities of the corpus callosum in children prenatally exposed to alcohol
EP Riley, SN Mattson, ER Sowell, TL Jernigan, DF Sobel, KL Jones
Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research 19 (5), 1198-1202, 1995
3831995
Updated clinical guidelines for diagnosing fetal alcohol spectrum disorders
HE Hoyme, WO Kalberg, AJ Elliott, J Blankenship, D Buckley, AS Marais, ...
Pediatrics 138 (2), 2016
3752016
Foetal alcohol spectrum disorders and alterations in brain and behaviour
C Guerri, A Bazinet, EP Riley
Alcohol & Alcoholism 44 (2), 108-114, 2009
3722009
Prevalence of fetal alcohol spectrum disorders in 4 US communities
PA May, CD Chambers, WO Kalberg, J Zellner, H Feldman, D Buckley, ...
Jama 319 (5), 474-482, 2018
3592018
Heavy prenatal alcohol exposure with or without physical features of fetal alcohol syndrome leads to IQ deficits
SN Mattson, EP Riley, L Gramling, DC Delis, KL Jones, ...
The Journal of pediatrics 131 (5), 718-721, 1997
3451997
Comparison of social abilities of children with fetal alcohol syndrome to those of children with similar IQ scores and normal controls
SE Thomas, SJ Kelly, SN Mattson, EP Riley
Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research 22 (2), 528-533, 1998
3401998
Evaluation of psychopathological conditions in children with heavy prenatal alcohol exposure
SL Fryer, CL McGee, GE Matt, EP Riley, SN Mattson
Pediatrics 119 (3), e733-e741, 2007
3352007
A decrease in the size of the basal ganglia in children with fetal alcohol syndrome
SN Mattson, EP Riley, ER Sowell, TL Jernigan, DF Sobel, KL Jones
Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research 20 (6), 1088-1093, 1996
3321996
A review of the neuroanatomical findings in children with fetal alcohol syndrome or prenatal exposure to alcohol
TM Roebuck, SN Mattson, EP Riley
Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research 22 (2), 339-344, 1998
3301998
Behavioral and psychosocial profiles of alcohol‐exposed children
TM Roebuck, SN Mattson, EP Riley
Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research 23 (6), 1070-1076, 1999
3291999
Verbal learning and memory in children with fetal alcohol syndrome
SN Mattson, EP Riley, DC Delis, C Stern, KL Jones
Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research 20 (5), 810-816, 1996
2971996
Abnormal development of the cerebellar vermis in children prenatally exposed to alcohol: size reduction in lobules I–V
ER Sowell, TL Jernigan, SN Mattson, EP Riley, DF Sobel, KL Jones
Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research 20 (1), 31-34, 1996
2731996
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