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Lynn Twarog Singer

 

 

National Presentations

 

2012

Minnes, S., Min, M.O., Wu, M., Singer, L.T. Executive Function In Pre-Adolescent Prenatally Cocaine-Exposed Children. Submitted for presentation at the 16th Annual Society for Social Work and Research (SSWR) Conference: Research That Makes A Difference: Advancing Practice and Shaping Public Policy. January 11-15, 2012, Washington, D.C.

Min, M.O., Minnes, S., Kim, H., Singer, L.T. Pathways Linking Childhood Maltreatment and Adult Health. Submitted for presentation at the 16th Annual Society for Social Work and Research (SSWR) Conference: Research That Makes A Difference: Advancing Practice and Shaping Public Policy. January 11-15, 2012, Washington, D.C.

Min, M.O., Minnes, S., Lang, A., Wu, M., Singer, L.T. Substance Use, Externalizing Behavior Problems and Quality of Family Relations in Prenatally Cocaine-Exposed Adolescents. Accepted for presentation at the 36th Annual Neurobehavioral Teratology Society Meeting (NBTS), June 23 - 27, 2012, Baltimore, Maryland.

Minnes, S., Min, M.O., Lang, A., Wu, M., Singer, L.T. Substance Use in Prenatally Cocaine-Exposed Adolescents. Accepted for presentation at the 36th Annual Neurobehavioral Teratology Society Meeting (NBTS), June 23 - 27, 2012, Baltimore, Maryland.

Bilimoria, D., Shaffer, A., Singer, L.T. Institutions Developing Excellence in Academic Leadership (IDEAL): Regional Cooperation, Regional Progress Getting to the Heart of it All: Connecting Gender Research, WIE Programs, Faculty & Corporate Partners. Presentation at Women in Engineering ProActive Network (WEPAN) Conference, Columbus, Ohio, June 25, 2012.

 

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2011

Minnes, S., Min, M.O., Singer, L.T., Edguer, M., Thi, P. Factors Related to Perceived Mental and Physical Health Status (SF-36) 10 Years After Cocaine/Polysubstance Use During Pregnancy. Presented at the 2011 Annual Conference of the Society for Social Work and Research, January 12-16, 2011, Tampa, Florida.

Min, M.O., Minnes, S., Singer, L.T. Maternal Social Support as a Moderator of the Relationship Between Maternal Childhood Trauma and Child Behavior Problems. Presented at the 2011 Annual Conference of the Society for Social Work and Research, January 12-16, 2011, Tampa, Florida.

Chen, X., Minnes, S., Wu, M., Jesberger, J., Singer. L.T., Tkach, J. MRI Evidence of Brain Structure Alterations in Adolescence Prenatally Exposed to Cocaine. Poster to be presented at the Annual International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine Meeting (ISMRM) May 11, 2011, Montréal, Québec, Canada.

Laudet, A., Min, M., Tracy, E., Kim, H., Brown S., Jun, M. Prospective patterns and correlates of quality of life among women in substance abuse treatment. Submitted for presentation at the 73rd Annual College on Problems of Drug Dependence Conference (CPDD), June 18-23, 2011, Hollywood, Florida.

Tracy, E. Laudet, A., Brown, S., Jun, M., Min, M.O., Singer, L.T., McCarty, C, Kim, H. Longitudinal patterns of social networks of women in substance abuse treatment. Poster presented at the 73rd Annual College on Problems of Drug Dependence Conference (CPDD), June 18-23, 2011, Hollywood, Florida.

 

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2010

Min, M. Minnes, S., and Singer, L. Maternal childhood trauma, social support, psychological distress, and stability of child behavior problems. Presented at Society for Social Work and Research Annual Meeting, January 14 - 17, 2010, San Francisco, CA.

Singer, L.T. Parenting Low Birthweight Children from Birth to Adolescence. Lecture given at The 23rd Annual Gravens Conference on the Physical and Developmental Environment Of the High Risk Infant, February 3-5, 2010, Clearwater Beach, Florida.

Singer, L.T. Keynote speaker, plenary session, University Responses to Violence: Virginia Tech, Kent State, and Case Western Reserve University, 3rd International Conference on Conflict Resolution Education, Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C), March 27, 2010, Cleveland, Ohio.

Tracy, E.M., Singer, S., Brown, S., Stevenson, L., Min, M.O., Laudet, A., McCarty, C. Personal Social Networks of Women with Substance Use and Co Co-Occurring Mental Disorders. Presented at the 72nd Annual College on Problems of Drug Dependence Conference (CPDD), June 12-17, 2010, Scottsdale, Arizona.

Minnes, S., Singer, L.T., Short, E.J., Min, M. Attention at 12 years in Prenatally Cocaine-Exposed Children. Presented at the 72nd Annual College on Problems of Drug Dependence Conference (CPDD), June 12-17, 2010, Scottsdale, Arizona.

Singer, L.T., Bilimoria, D., Shaffer, A. IT/PAID Cross Fertilization for Institutionalization of ADVANCE Program Initiatives, Presented at the National Science Foundation Advance Principal Investigator Meeting, 2, November 9, 2010, Alexandria, Virginia.

 

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2009

Singer, L., Short, E., Min, M.O., Lewis, B., and Minnes, M. 12 Year Growth Trajectories of Children Prenatally Exposed to Cocaine. Poster presented at the Annual Neurobehavioral Teratology Society (NBTS) Meeting in Rio Grande, Puerto Rico, June 28-July 1, 2009.

Min, M.O., Minnes, S., & Singer, L.T. The impact of maternal childhood abuse and neglect on children's behavior problems: a cross-informant study. Presented at the Annual Conference of the Society for Social Work and Research, New Orleans, Louisiana, January 16-18, 2009.

Minnes, S., Singer, L., Min, M.O., Ramos, C., and Satayathum, S. Self-Report Behavioral Outcomes of 12-year-old Cocaine-Exposed Children. Poster presented at the Annual Neurobehavioral Teratology Society (NBTS) Meeting in Rio Grande, Puerto Rico, June 28-July 1, 2009.

 

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2008

Min, M.O., Eisengart, S., Minnes, S., Singer, L.   The Impact of Childhood Abuse and Neglect on Parenting: Direct and Indirect Pathways. Presented at Presentation at the Society for Social Work and Research Annual Meeting, January 17-20, 2008, Washington, D.C.

Lynn T. Singer, Julia Goodwin, Derek Moore, Meeyoung O. Min, Andy Parrott, John Turner, Sarah Fulton.   Neurobehavioral outcomes of infants exposed prenatally to MDMA. Poster presented at the Neurobehavioral Teratology Society Meeting, June 29-July 2, 2008, Monterey, California.

Min, M.O., Singer, L.T., Minnes, S., Kirchner, H.L., Nelson, S.   Cognitive Development and Low-Level Lead Exposure in Poly-Drug Exposed Children. Poster presented at the Neurobehavioral Teratology Society Meeting, June 29-July 2, 2008, Monterey, California.

Lewis, B.A., Minnes, S., Short, E., Satayathum, S., Weishampel, P., and Singer, L.T.   Language Outcomes at 10 years for Children Exposed Prenatally to Cocaine. Accepted for poster presentation at the American Speech Language and Hearing Association Annual Convention (ASHA), November 21, 2008, Chicago, Illinois.

Ribeiro, H., Goodwin, J.E., Turner, J.J.D., Moore, D.G., Lynch, S., Braddick, F.M.B., Toplis, A.S., Axelsson, E.L., Fulton, S., Min, M.O., Singer, L.T., Parrott, A.C. Exposure to recreational drugs in utero: Revised neurobehavioral outcomes from the DIASY project (Abstract and Poster Presentation). British Association of Pharmacology Annual Meeting, 2008.

 

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2007

Tracy, E., Singer, M., Singer, L.   Gender issues in the path to academic leadership. Presented at the CSWE Conferences and Faculty Development Staff Conference, Phoenix, Arizona, February 10, 2007.

Singer, L.T.   What mentees say makes a great mentor! (Government Agency Roundtable Discussion Symposium) Grants 201 for Mid-Career and Senior Level Scientists: Mentoring the Next Generation of Child and Adolescent Researchers. Presented on Saturday, March 31, 2007 at the Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD) Annual Meeting, March 29-April 1, 2007, Boston, Massachusetts.

Fulton, S., Lewis, B., Min, M., Singer, L., Short, E., Kercsmar, C., Baley, J.   Three, Eight and Fourteen Year Outcomes of Children with Very Low Birth Weight and Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia. Presented at the 28th Annual Symposium on Research In Child Language Disorders Annual Meeting, June 7-9, 2007, Madison, Wisconsin.

Lewis, B., Singer, L., Fulton, S., Min, M., Short, E., Kercsmar, C., Baley, J.   Longitudinal Language Outcomes of Children with VLBW and BPD. Presented at the Annual American Speech and Language Association, November, 2007.

Ridenour, T.A., Minnes, S., Singer, L.T., Satayathum, S.   How well do children’s ALEXSA self-reports forecast harmful substance use and antisocial behavior? Presented at the College on Problems of Drug Dependence (CPDD) Annual Meeting, June 16-21, 2007, Quebec City, Canada.

Min, M.O., Eisengart, S., Minnes, S., Singer, L.   The Impact of Childhood Abuse and Neglect on Parenting: Direct and Indirect Pathways. Submitted for Presentation at the Society for Social Work and Research Annual Meeting, January 17-20, 2008, Washington, D.C.

 

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2006

Lewis, B.A., Singer, L.T., Kirchner, H.L., Short, E., Minnes, S., Weishampel, P. Satayathum, S. (2006).  Longitudinal Language Outcomes of Cocaine Exposed Children. Paper presented at the American Speech Language and Hearing Association Convention, Miami, FLA. November 16, 2006.

Lewis, B.A., Fulton, S., Singer, L.T., Short, E. (2006).  Fourteen-year language outcomes of VLBW children with and without BPD. Paper presented at the American Speech Language and Hearing Association Convention, Miami, FLA. November 17, 2006.

Min, M.O., Farkas, K., Minnes, S., Singer, L.  Coping strategies and psychological distress among cocaine and non-cocaine using women.  Presented at the Society for Social Work and Research (SSWR) Conference, January 13, 2006, San Antonio, Texas, 2006.

Sacha, T., Russ, S., Singer, L., Sudtida, S. Stability of the Affect in Play Scale over a Three-Year Period. Paper accepted for presentation at the Society of Personality Assessment Annual Meeting, March 25, 2006.

Albert, J., Wishnek, S., Kirchner, L., Singer, L., & Nelson, S.  Oral Health Behavior of Very Low Birthweight Adolescents.  Submitted for presentation at the ADEA/AADR/CADR 83rd Annual Meeting & Exhibition, March, 2006.

Nelson, S., Lombardi, G., Albert, J., Wishnek, S., Kirchner, L., & Singer, L.  Enamel Defects and Caries in Very Low Birthweight Adolescents.  Submitted for presentation at the ADEA/AADR/CADR 83rd Annual Meeting & Exhibition, March, 2006.

Lombardi, G., Albert, J., Wishnek, S., Kirchner, L., Singer, L., Nelson, s.  Oral Health Behavior of Very Low Birth Weight Adolescents.  Submitted for presentation at the ADEA/AADR/CADR 83rd Annual Meeting & Exhibition, March, 2006.

Minnes, S., Short, E., Satayathum S., Kirchner, H.L., Singer, L.T.  9 Year Behavioral Outcomes of Prenatally Cocaine/Polydrug Exposed Children.  Submitted for Presentation at the American Pediatric Society/Society for Pediatric Research Annual Meeting, April 29-May 2, 2006.

Singer, L.T., Fulton, S., Short, E., Lewis, B., Kirchner, H.L., Min, M.O.  Psychosocial Sequelae of Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia and Very Low Birthweight in Adolescence.  Submitted for Presentation at the American Pediatric Society/Society for Pediatric Research Annual Meeting, April 29-May 2, 2006.

Singer, L.T. Engaging Male Faculty in ADVANCE. Roundtable Presentation at the National Science Foundation (NSF) Advance PI Meeting, Washington D.C., May, 2006.

Minnes, S., Singer, L., Satayathum, S.  The association of perceived health status in cocaine/polysubstance using women with substance use and partner violence.  Submitted for presentation at the College on Problems of Drug Dependence (CPDD)  Annual Meeting, June 17-22, 2006.

Singer, L.T., Moore, D., Goodwin, J., Parrott, A., Turner, J., Fulton, S., Braddick, F., Toplis, A., Axelsson, E., Min, M.O.  MDMA Use During Pregnancy and Early Infant Outcomes.  Submitted for Presentation at the International Society on Infant Studies Annual Meeting, June 19-23, 2006, Kyoto, Japan.

Noland, J.S., Minnes, S., Short, E.J., Singer, L.T.  Infant Behavioral Predictors of Childhood Behavior, Attention, and IQ in a High-Risk Cohort.  Accepted for Presentation at the International Society on Infant Studies Annual Meeting, June 19-23, 2006, Kyoto, Japan.

Minnes, S., Singer, L., Satayathum, S.  Factors associated with health status-10 year follow-up of prenatal/polydrug use.  Submitted for Presentation the College on Problems of Drug Dependence Annual Meeting, June 17-22, 2006, Scottsdale, Arizona.

Linares Scott, T.J., Short, E.J., Minnes, S., Kirchner, H.L., Singer, L.T. Teacher report of aggressive behaviors in prenatally cocaine-exposed and non-cocaine exposed children at 9 years of age.  Submitted for Presentation the College on Problems of Drug Dependence Annual Meeting, June 17-22, 2006, Scottsdale, Arizona.

Fulton, S., Lewis, B., Singer, L.T., Rosenbaum, D., Short, E., Klein, N., Min, M.O.  A longitudinal case study of a child with Mosaic Trisomy 22:  Language, cognitive, and behavioral outcomes.  Submitted for Presentation at the Symposium on Research In Child Language Disorders Annual Meeting, June 1-3, 2006, Madison, Wisconsin.

 

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2005

Coulton, C., Findling, R., Short, E., Minnes, S. Singer, L., Korbin, J.  Case Western Reserve University Research ShowCase Panel.  Children: An Investment in Our Future, Veale Convocation Center, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, April 7, 2005. 

Rabkins, A.N., Fairchild, L., Mack, J., Short, .EJ., Noland, J., Minnes, S., Min, M.O., Kirchner, H.L., Satayathum, S., Singer, L.T.  Attention Problems in Prenatally Cocaine-Exposed Four and Six Year-Old Children.  Case Western Reserve University Research ShowCase Panel.  Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, April 6-7, 2005. 

Asaad, G., Short, E., Fulton, S., Lewis, B., Klein, N., Bayley, J., Kercsmar, C., Min, M.O., Singer, L.T.  Longitudinal Consequence of Steroid and Surfactant Use with BPD Infants.  Case Western Reserve University Research ShowCase Panel.  Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, April 6-7, 2005.
 
Jindal, M., Singer, L.T., Minnes, S., Klein, N., Min, M.O., Short, E.J.  Relationship Between Behavior and Achievement in Prenatally Cocaine/Polydrug Exposed Children at Age Six.  Case Western Reserve University Research ShowCase Panel.  Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, April 6-7, 2005. 

Linares, T.J., Short, E.J., Minnes, S., Kirchner, H.L., Satayathum, S., Singer, L.T.  Teacher Rated Aggressive Behaviors in Cocaine-Exposed and Non-Cocaine Exposed Children at 9 Years of Age.  Case Western Reserve University Research ShowCase Panel.  Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, April 6-7, 2005. 

Singer, L.T. Engaging Department Chairs in ADVANCE. National Science Foundation (NSF) Advance PI Meeting, Washington D.C., May, 2005.

Singer, L.T., Minnes, S., Min, M.O., Short, E.J., Klein, N.  School age outcomes of cocaine-exposed children.  Presented at the Pediatric Academic Societies’ Meeting (PAS-SPR), May 14-17, 2005.

Kirchner, H.L., Fulton S., Lader, A., Short, E.J., Baley, J., Kercsmar, C.M., Singer, L.T.  Growth trajectories of very low birth weight (VLBW) children with and without history of bronchopulmonary dysplasia (BPD) to age 8 years.  Presented at the Pediatric Academic Societies’ Meeting (PAS-SPR), May 14-17, 2005.

Singer, L.T., Short, E., Klien, N., Lewis, B., Fulton, S., Min, M.O., Kercsmar, C., Baley, J.  Preliminary adolescent outcomes of children of very low birthweight (VLBW) with and without bronchopulmonary dysplasia (BPD).  Presented at the Pediatric Academic Societies’ Meeting (PAS-SPR), May 14-17, 2005.

Singer, L.T., Parrott, A., Moore, D., Turner, J., Goodwin, J.  Maternal patterns of recreational MDMA (methylenedioxymethamphetamine) use during pregnancy and neonatal outcomes.  Presented at the Pediatric Academic Societies’ Meeting (PAS-SPR), May 14-17, 2005.

Singer, L.T., Minnes, S., Linares, T., Short, E., Satayathum, S., Kirchner, H.L.  Self-reported mental health symptoms of 9-year old prenatally cocaine-exposed children.  Presented at the Neurobehavioral Teratology Society Meeting (NBTS), June 25-29, 2005.

Kirchner, H.L., Minnes, S., Ibrahim, Y., Short, E., Singer, L.T.  Growth trajectories of children prenatally exposed to cocaine to age 6 years.  Presented at the Neurobehavioral Teratology Society Meeting (NBTS), June 25-29, 2005.

Noland, J.S., Singer, L.T., Short, E.J., Minnes, S., Arendt, R.E., Simpson, K.S.  Neuropsychological markers of ADHD risk in substance exposed and non-exposed infants.  Presented at the Neurobehavioral Teratology Society Meeting (NBTS), June 25-29, 2005.

Minnes, S., Ridnour, T., Singer, L.T., Nilla, A., Satayathum, S.  Validity of and Substance Use Correlates with the ALEXSA (Assessment of Liability and Exposure to Substance use and Antisocial Behavior) in a High Risk Sample of Urban, Mostly African-American Nine-Year-Olds.  Presented at the College for Problems of Drug Dependence (CPDD), June 18-23, 2005.

Ridenour, T.A., Minnes, S., Singer, L.T., Miller, A., Gottschall, A., & Satayathum, S.  Validity of and Substance Use Correlates with the ALEXSA (Assessment of Liability and Exposure to Substance use and Antisocial Behavior) in a High Risk Sample of Urban, Mostly African-American Nine-Year-Olds.  Presented at the College for Problems of Drug Dependence (CPDD), June 18-23, 2005.

 

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2004

Singer, L.T., Eisengart, S., Short, E., Fulton, S., Klein, N., Min, M.O., Kirchner, H.L.  Long-term effects of parenting children born very low birth weight with a history of bronchopulmonary dysplasia:  Maternal outcomes at 8 years.  Presented at the 2004 Pediatric Academic Societies’ Meeting, May 3, 2004.

Santiago, L.M., Singer, L.T., Bearer, C.F.  A linear combination of fatty acid ethyl esters as quantitative biomarkers for maternal alcohol consumption.  Presented at the 2004 Pediatric Academic Societies’ Meeting.

Short, E., Minnes, S., Lang, A.M., Satayathum, S., Linares, T., Singer, L.T.  The Effect of Prenatal Cocaine Exposure on Continuous Performance Test (CPT) Scores in Six Year Old Prenatally Cocaine Exposed Children.  Presented at the 2004 Pediatric Academic Societies’ Meeting.

Minnes, S., Short, E., Lang, A.M., Satayathum, S., Linares, T., Singer, L.T.  The Relationship of Continuous Performance Test Scores to Self, Examiner and Parent Ratings of Attention in Six Year Old Prenatally Cocaine Exposed Children.   Presented at the 2004 Pediatric Academic Societies’ Meeting.

Noland, J.S., Singer, L.T., Bornstein, M., Arendt, R.  Novelty preference and A not B task performance in a large sample of typically developing infants.  Presented at the International Conference on Infancy Studies, Chicago, Illinois, 2004.

Singer, L.T., Farkas, K., Parrott, A.C., Moore, D.G., Goodwin, J.E.  Prenatal exposure to MDMA (Ecstasy) and other “recreational” drugs:  Initial findings.  Presented at the International Conference on Infant Studies, May 5-8, 2004.

Moore, D.G., Goodwin, J.E., Axelsson, E.A., Braddick, F.M.B., Fox, H.C. Toplis, A.S., Parrott, A.C., Turner, J.J.D., Singer, L.T., Fulton, S.   The developmental consequences of prenatal exposure to MDMA and other ‘recreational’ drugs: Initial observations on participant recruitment. Presented at the International Conference on Infant Studies, May 5-8, 2004.

Lewis, B.A., Singer, L.T., Short, E.J., Minnes, S., Weishampel, P., Klein, N., Min, M.O.  Six-Year Language Outcomes of Children Exposed to Cocaine in Utero.  Presented at the at the Society for Research in Child Language Disorders, June 3-4, 2004, Madison, Wisconsin.

Minnes, S., Singer, L., Farkas, Min, M.O.  Mental health symptoms in women who use cocaine prenatally – six year longitudinal outcome.  Presented at the College on Problems of Drug Dependence Sixity-Sixty Annual Meeting, San Juan, Puerto Rico, June 12-17, 2004.

Singer, L.T., Lewin, J., Minnes, S., Weishampel, P., Drake, K., Boll, D., Zijdenbos, A., Paus, T., Evans, T.  MRI of prenatally cocaine-exposed children:  7-8 years.  Presented at the 2004 Neurobehavioral Teratology Society Meeting, June 26-29, 2004, Vancouver, Canada.

Fulton, S., Singer, L., Lewis, B., Short, E., Klein, N., Min, M.O., Kercsmar, C., Baley, J.  Language outcomes at 8 years:  The effects of BPD, VLBW, attention and depression scores, and socio-
demographic factors.  Presented at the Society for Research in Child Language Disorders, June 3-4, 2004, Madison, Wisconsin.

Minnes, S., Singer, L.T., Min, M.O., Farkas, K.  Mental health symptoms, violent behavior and loss of custody in post-partum cocaine using women.  Presented at the 2nd World Congress on Women’s Mental Health, March 17-20, 2004, Washington, D.C.

Robin, N.H., Singer, L., Minnes, S., Kirchner, H.L., Alt, A.A., Ellison, L., Salbert, B.A.  Dysmorphology and growth associated with prenatal cocaine exposure.  D.W. Smith Meeting, August 20, 2004, Salt Lake City, Utah.

 

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2003

Singer, L.T.  Academic advancement for women: Secrets, Myths, and Reality.  Lecture presented at Magee-Womens Hospital Center of Excellence, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, March 5, 2003, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Minnes, S., Singer, L., Weigand, K., Arendt, R., Alt, A., Russ, S., Klein, S., Haynes, R.  Behavioral outcomes of cocaine/polydrug-exposed children at six years.  Poster presented, SRCD Biennial Meeting, April 24-27,2003, Tampa, Florida.

Weigand, K., Singer, L.T., Fulton, S., Short, E., Klein, N.  The relationship between nonclinical language delay and behavior in 8-year-old sample.  Poster presented at Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD) Biennial Meeting, April 25, 2003, Tampa, Florida.

Singer, L.T., Arendt, R.E., Minnes, S., Lewis, B., Klein, N., Short, E., Russ, S., Min, M.O.  Cognitive and school achievement at 6 years after fetal cocaine-polydrug exposure.  Platform Presentation at the Pediatric Academic Societies’ Annual Meeting, May 3-6, 2003, Seattle, Washington.

Singer, L.T., Eisengart, L.J., Minnes, S., Jey, A., Arendt, R.E., Min, M.O.  The effects of prenatal cocaine exposure on infant visual recognition memory and speed of information processing. Neurobehavioral Teratology Society Meeting, June, 2003, Philadelphia, PA.

Noland, J.S., Singer, L.T., Short, E.J., Arendt, R.E., Minnes, S.E., Bearer, C.F.  Attention and executive functioning in preschool-age children prenatally exposed to alcohol, cigarettes, cocaine, and marijuana Neurobehavioral Teratology Society Meeting, June, 2003, Philadelphia, PA.

Singer, L.T., Assessing and Improving the Progress of Women Faculty at Case. Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, October, 2003.

 

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2002

Kaugars, A., Russ, S., & Singer, L.  Multimethod assessment of affective processes in preschool children. Paper to be presented at meeting of Society for Personality Assessment, San Antonio, Texas, March, 2002.

Noland, J.S., Singer, L.T., Bornstein, M.H., & Arendt, R.  Relations of novelty preference and language in infancy.  Presented at International Conference for Infant Studies, Toronto, Canada, April, 2002.

Eisengart, Sheri P., Singer, Lynn T., Fulton, S., Baley, J.  The buffering effects of coping on psychological distress in mothers of high-risk and low-risk very low birthweight infants.  Presented at International Conference on Infant Studies, Toronto, Canada, April, 2002.

Singer, L.T.  Methodologic Issues in Randomized Clinical Trials in Infancy.  Committee on the Evaluation of the Addition of Ingredients New to Infant Formula, National Academy of Sciences, May 1, 2002.

Singer, L.T., Minnes, S., Arendt, R.E., Klein, N., Short, E., Lewis, B., Farkas, K.  Preschool Behavioral Outcomes of Cocaine, Polydrug-Exposed Children. Presented at Pediatric Academic Society Meeting, May 4-7, 2002, Baltimore, Maryland.

Singer, L.T., Short, E., Klein, N., Lewis, B., Fulton, S., Kerscmar, C., Baley, J.  School age behavioral outcomes of children with history of very low birthweight and bronchopulmonary dysplasia.  Presented at Pediatric Academic Society Meeting, May 4-7, 2002, Baltimore, Maryland.

Arendt, R.E., Short, E.J., Klein, N., Lewis, B., Singer, L.T.  Language development in cocaine-exposed children.  Presented at Pediatric Academic Society Meeting, May 4-7, 2002, Baltimore, Maryland.

Minnes S., Singer, L.T., Arendt, R.E., Farkas, K., Kirchner, H.L., Becker, M., Bolek, T., Davillier, M.  Effects of cocaine/polydrug use on maternal-infant interaction over the first year of life.  Presented at Pediatric Academic Society Meeting, May 4-7, 2002, Baltimore, Maryland.

Kaugars, A.S., Russ, S.W., Singer, L.T.  Influences of the socioemotional environment on children’s emotional functioning.  Poster presented at the Developmental Psychobiology Research Group Twelfth Biennial Retreat, May 15, 2002, Estes Park, Colorado.

Singer, L.T., Linares, T., Minnes, S., Arendt, R., Short, B., Klein, N., Lewis, B.  Four -year outcome of cocaine-exposed children in maternal care.  Platform presentation at the Neurobehavioral Teratology Society Meeting June 23-26, 2002, Phoenix, Arizona.

Lewis, B., Minnes, S., Fulton, S., Singer, L., Short, E.  Four-year language outcomes of children with prenatal cocaine exposure: The influence of foster/adoptive care.  Poster presented at the International Association of Child Language Meeting, July 16-21, 2002, Madison, Wisconsin.

Lewis, B., Minnes, S., Fulton, S., Arendt, R.E., Klein, N., Singer, L., Short, E.  Six-year language outcomes of children with prenatal cocaine exposure.  Poster accepted, ASHA Convention, November, 23, 2002, Atlanta, Georgia.

 

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2001

Bearer, CF, Salvator, S.E., Siemay, L., Buck, K., & Singer, L.  A comparison of FAEE in meconium to maternal self reported drinking in predicting neurodevelopment.  Presented Society for Pediatric Research Annual Meeting, Baltimore, Maryland, April 29, 2001.

Singer, L.T., Arendt, R.E., Minnes, S., Lewis, B., Klein, N., Short, E., Russ, S., & Salvator A.  Cognitive abilities at 4 years after fetal cocaine/polydrug exposure.  Presented at Society for Pediatric Research Annual Meeting, Baltimore Maryland, April 30, 2001.

Kercsmar, C., Baley, J., Short, E., Lewis, B., Klein, N., Salvator, A., Khosla, A., & Singer, L.T.  8 Year pulmonary function, cognitive, and motor outcomes of bronchopulmonary dysplasia (BPD) and very low birthweight (VLBW) infants.  Presented Society for Pediatric Research Annual Meeting, Baltimore, Maryland, April 30, 2001.

Youngblut, J.M., Ahn, S., Singer, L., Cohen, A., & Wheatley M.A.  Child and family functioning after pediatric head trauma.  Submitted for presentation at Society for Pediatric Research Annual Meeting, 2001.

Singer, L., Arendt, R.E., Minnes, S., & Salvator, A.  Cognitive and motor outcomes after fetal cocaine exposure.  Presented at Annual Gatlinburg Conference, March, 2001.

Kaugars, A., Russ, S., & Singer, L.T.  Emotional processes in four-year-old children prenatally exposed to cocaine.  Presented at the Society for Research and Child Development Biennial Meeting, Minneapolis, MN, April, 2001.

Weigand, K., Singer, L. T. & Melamed, L. Language Delay and Behavior in a Non-Clinical Preschool Sample.  Presented at The American Psychological Association 2001 Annual Convention, San Francisco, California, August 24, 2001.      

 

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2000

Klein, N., Noland, J., & Singer, L.  An intervention model for drug exposed infants and toddlers.  Poster presented at The Millennium Conference of the Great Lakes Society of Pediatric Psychology,
Cleveland, Ohio, March 30, 2000.

Fagan, L.R., Jey, A., Minnes, S., Salvator, A., & Singer, L.  The effects of prenatal cocaine exposure on visual acuity.  Poster presented at The Millennium Conference of the Great Lakes Society of Pediatric Psychology, Cleveland, Ohio, March 30, 2000.

Minnes, S., Singer, L., Farkas, K., Manual, M., & Arendt., R.  Maternal affective behavior, psychological symptoms and executive function in post-partum cocaine-using women.  Poster presented at The Millennium Conference of the Great Lakes Society of Pediatric Psychology, Cleveland, Ohio, March 30, 2000.

Kaugars, A.S., Russ, S.W., & Singer, L.T.  Behavioral and emotional regulation among children prenatally exposed to cocaine.  Poster presented at The Millennium Conference of the Great Lakes Society of Pediatric Psychology, Cleveland, Ohio, March 30, 2000.

Singer, L.T.  What is behavioral teratology and what does it have to do with pediatric psychology?  Presented at The Millennium Conference of the Great Lakes Society of Pediatric Psychology, Cleveland, Ohio, March 31, 2000.

Neuringer, M. Adamkin, D., Auestad, N., Castillo, M., Connor, W., Fitzgerald, K., Hall, R., Hartmann, E., Jacobs, J., Janowsky, J., Lucas, A., Mena, P., O’Connor, D., Nesin,M., Singer, L., Szabo, J., Zemon, V., & The Ross PT Lipid Group.  Efficacy of Dietary Long-Chain Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids (LCP) for Preterm (PT) Infants.  Presented at the Society for Experimental Biology, San Diego, California, April, 2000.

Connor, W., Adamkin, D., Auestad, N., Connor, S., Groh-Wargo, S., Hall, R., Jacobs, J., Lucas, A., Mena, P., O’Connor, D., Nesin, M., Singer, L., & Szabo, J.  Evaluation of Long-Chain Polyunsaturated Fatty Acid (LCP) Containing Formulas For Preterm (PT) Infants.  Presented at the Society for Experimental Biology, San Diego, California, April, 2000.

Arendt, R., Minnes, S., Salvator, A., & Singer, L.T.  Four year motor outcomes of cocaine-exposed infants.  Presented at Society for Pediatric Research, Boston, Mass., May 16, 2000.

Bearer, C., Salvator, A., Washah, S., Lee, S., Brick, K., & Singer, L.T.  Quantitating prenatal ethanol exposure by meconium analysis.  Presented at Society for Pediatric Research, Boston, Massachusetts, May 16, 2000.

Kaugars, A., Russ, S.W., & Singer, L.T.  Self-regulation among cocaine exposed four year old children.  Presented at Society for Pediatric Research, Boston, Mass., May 16, 2000.

Singer, L.T., Arendt, R., Minnes, S., Fragassi, P., & Salvator, A.  Speech language outcomes of cocaine-exposed infants at two years.  Presented at Society for Pediatric Research, Boston, Mass., May 16, 2000.

Short, E.J., Klein, N., Lewis, B., Fulton, S., Guo, S., Carlisle, M., Baley, J., & Singer, L.T.  The stability of intelligence in BPD, VLBW, & Term children: Follow-up at eight years of age.  Presented at Society for Pediatric Research, Boston, Mass., May 16, 2000.

Kaugars, A., Russ, S. & Singer, L.  Self-regulation among cocaine- exposed four- year- old children. Poster presented at the Pediatric Academic Societies and American Academy of Pediatrics Joint Meeting, Boston, Mass., May, 2000.

Minnes S., Singer, L.T., & Farkas, K.  Psychological distress, violence, and infant placement in cocaine using women.  Presented at Council on Problems of Drug Dependence, San Juan, Puerto Rico, June, 2000.

Minnes, S., Singer, L.T., Arendt, R., Davillier, M., & Salvator, A.  Maternal infant interaction and psychological distress in postpartum cocaine using women.  Presented at International Conference for Infant Studies, Brighton, England, July, 2000.

Noland, J.S. & Singer, L.T.  Negative emotional regulation ratings at 6.5 months predict more off-task behavior at 4 years in at risk children.  Presented at International Conference for Infant Studies, Brighton, England, July, 2000.

Noland, J., Singer, L.T., Mehta, S., & Huang, B.  Delay tolerance in the A not B task as a measure of executive functioning in cocaine-exposed infants.  Presented at International Conference for Infant Studies, Brighton, England, July, 2000.

Singer, L.T., Arendt, R., Minnes, S., & Salvator, A.  The relationship of family violence and prenatal cocaine exposure to infant behavioral regulation.  Presented at International Conference for Infant Studies, Brighton, England, July, 2000.

Singer, L.T., Davillier, M., Koshy, D., Baley, J.,& Salvator, A.  A longitudinal study of the relationship of prematurity, maternal psychological distress, and maternal-infant interaction.  Presented at International Conference for Infant Studies, Brighton, England, July, 2000.

Lewis, B.A., Fulton, S.E., Short, E., Klein, N., Davillier, M.R., & Singer, L.T.  School age outcomes of children with VLBW and BPD.  Presented at the ASHA Annual Convention, San Francisco, California, 2000.

 

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1999

Ginsburg, H., Coles, C. Eyler, F.D., Woods, N., Paltrow, L., Lester, B., Singer, L.T., & Smeriglio, V.  Prenatal cocaine exposure:  Reconciling science and social policy.  Presented at the Society for Research in Child Development Meetings, April 15, 1999, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Singer, L.T., Guo, S., Hawkins, S., & Davillier, M.  Effects of birth risk, SES, maternal psychological distress, and social supports on child developmental outcome.  Presented at the Society for Research in Child Development Meetings, April 15, 1999, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Seja, A.L., Russ, S.W., Singer, L.T.  Emotional understanding in four year old children prenatally exposed to cocaine.  The 7th Florida Conference on Child Health Psychology.  Gainesville, Florida, April 22, 1999.

Fulton, S.E., Lewis, B.A., Salvator, M.S., Short, E., Klein, N., Davillier, M.R., and Singer, L.T.  School-age outcomes of children with VLBW and BPD: Speech and language sequelae.  Presented at the Symposium on Research in Child Language Disorders.  Madison, Wisconsin, June 5, 1999.

Janko, J., Schuerger, J., and Singer, L.T.  Personality profiles of cocaine using mothers.  Presented at American Psychological Association, August 23, 1999.

Noland, J.S., Singer, L.T., Arendt, R., Minnes, S., Salvator, A., Short, E., and Klein, N.  Examination of attention and executive functioning in 4-year-olds with prenatal cocaine exposure:
Methodology and preliminary data.  Presented at the Cognitive Development Society, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, October 9, 1999.

Lewis, B.A., Singer, L.T., Salvator, A., and Arendt, R.  (1999).  Early language outcomes of infants exposed to cocaine.  Presented at the American Speech‑Language‑Hearing Association Annual Convention,  November 19, 1999, San Francisco, CA.

Singer, L.T.  Postpartum disorders and child development.  Presented at the 1999 Healthy Start annual Grantee Meeting, Washington, D.C., November 21, 1999.

Mehta, S.K., Super, D., Salvator, A., Singer, L., Thomas, J., and Sun, J.P.  Diastolic filling abnormalities by color kinesis in newborns exposed to intrauterine cocaine.  Presented at the American College of Cardiology 49th Annual Science Session, 1999.

Sun, J.P., Xu, Y., Super, D., Salvator, A., Singer, L., Qin, J.X., Thomas, J.D., and Mehta, S.K.   Systolic and diastolic function in normal newborns by color kinesis.  Presented at the American College of Cardiology 49th Annual Science Session, 1999.

 

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1998

Arendt, R., Singer, L., Minnes, S. Robinson, J., & Salvator, A.  Accuracy in detecting prenatal drug exposure.  Presented at the XIth Biennial International Conference on Infant Studies, April, 1998, Atlanta, Georgia.

Singer, L., Davillier, M., Hawkins, S., Salvator, A., Kuc, A., Manuel., M., Klaus, L., & Fulton, S.  The relationship of maternal post partum depression to child outcomes in preterm and term infants.  Presented at the International Conference on Infant Studies, April 3, 1998, Atlanta, Georgia.

Singer, M.I., Singer, L.T., & Cole S.C.  Exploring the effects on children's mental health and health services.  The International Conference on New Prospects for Social Welfare, Chi Nan University, Puli, Taiwan, April 10, 1998.

Singer, L.T.  Cocaine-exposed infants and their mothers.  Presented at Developmental Follow-up of Prenatal Drug Exposure:  School Age Children Research Meeting, April 21, 1998, Bethesda, Maryland.

Needlman, R.D., Lewis, B.A., Salvator, A.E., & Singer, L.T.  Maternal Predictors of Preschool Language.  Pediatric Academic Societies (Ambulatory Pediatrics Association), May 3, 1998, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Singer, M.I., Kola, L., Farkas, K., & Singer, L.  Co-Morbid mental health and substance abuse disorders among women incarcerated for prostitution.  Addictions '98, September 26, 1998, Newcastle Upon Tyne, England.

Farkas, K.J., Singer, L.T., Kola, L.A., & Singer, M.I.  Barriers to treatment and recovery services for alcohol and other drug abusing mothers and drug-exposed children.Addictions '98, September 26, 1998, Newcastle Upon Tyne, England.

 

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1997

Lee, H., Youngblut, J.M., Singer, L.T., & Rodgers, W.L.  Maternal employment and parent-child and family relationships in families with preterm preschoolers.  In J.M. Youngblut (chair), Maternal Employment and Outcomes for LBW Preschoolers in Two-Parent Families.  Poster symposium
conducted at the 21st annual meeting of the Midwest Nursing Research Society, Minneapolis, Minnesota, March, 1997.

Standing, T., Youngblut, J.M., Singer, L.T., & Rodgers, W.L.  Maternal employment and preterm preschoolers' developmentIn J.M. Youngblut (chair), Maternal Employment and Outcomes for LBW

Preschoolers in Two-parent Families.  Poster symposium conducted at the 21st annual meeting of the Midwest Nursing Research Society, Minneapolis, Minnesota, March, 1997.

Singer, L.T., Yamashita, T., Hawkins, S., Davillier, M., Kuc, A., Klaus, L., & Manuel, M.  Maternal-child feeding and play interaction in very low birthweight birth dyads.  Presented at the Society for Research in Child Development Meetings, Washington, D.C., April 5, 1997.

Needlman, R.D., Lewis, B., Singer, L., Huang, J., & Yamashita, T.  Maternal depression:  Prevalence and predictors.  Pediatric Academic Societies (Ambulatory Pediatrics Association), Washington, D.C., May 5, 1997 (platform presentation).

Needlman, R.D., Lewis, B., Singer, L., Huang, J., & Yamashita, T.  Pediatric intervention to promote literacy:  25-month results.  Pediatric Academic Societies (Ambulatory Pediatrics Association), Washington, D.C., May 5, 1997 (platform presentation).

Singer, L.T., Arendt, R., Minnes, S., Farkas, J., Collin, M., & Yamashita, T.  Fetal Cocaine exposure and birth outcomes:  Biologic and self-report measures.  College on Problems of Drug Dependence,  Nashville, TN, June 18, 1997.

Toltzis, P., Singer, L.T., Minnes, S. & Yamashita, T. Social and behavioral mediators of AIDS risk taking behavior among cocaine using mothers.  College on Problems of Drug Dependence, June 15, 1997 Nashville, Tennessee.

Arendt, R.A., Angelopoulos, J., Busdiecker, O., Mascia, J. & Singer, L.T. Sensory motor development in cocaine exposed infants.  College on Problems of Drug Dependence, June 18, 1997 Nashville, Tennessee.

Bearer, C.F., Yamashita, T., Lee, S.C., Minnes, S., & Singer, L.  Meconium FAEE and maternal ethanol use.  Alcohol Clin Exp Res.  Presented at the Research Society on Alcoholism, San Francisco, CA, July, 1997.

Ahn, S., Youngblut, J.M., Singer, L.T., Rodgers, W.L.  Mother, child, and family factors related to maternal employment in two-parent families.  In J.M. Youngblut (chair), Maternal Employment and Outcomes for LBW Preschoolers in Two-parent Families.  Symposium conducted at Sigma Theta Tau International's 34th Biennial Convention, Indianapolis, Indiana, December, 1997.

Lee, H., Youngblut, J.M., Singer, L.T., & Rodgers, W.L.  Maternal employment and parent-child and family relationships in families with preterm preschoolers.  In J.M. Youngblut (chair), Maternal Employment and Outcomes for LBW Preschoolers in Two-parent Families.  Symposium conducted at Sigma Theta Tau International's 34th Biennial Convention, Indianapolis, Indiana, December, 1997.

Standing, T., Youngblut, J.M., Singer, L.T., & Rodgers, W.L.  Maternal employment and preterm preschoolers' development.  In J.M. Youngblut (chair), Maternal Employment and Outcomes for LBW Preschoolers in Two-parent Families.  Symposium conducted at Sigma Theta Tau International's 34th Biennial Convention, Indianapolis, Indiana, December, 1997.

 

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1996

Singer, L., Farkas, K., Arendt, R., Minnes, S., Huang, J., and Yamashita, T.  The influence of maternal psychological distress in the development of cocaine exposed infants.  Presented as part of a symposium, International Conference on Infant Studies, Providence, Rhode Island, April 18, 1996.

Singer, L.T., Yamashita, T., Huang, J., and Davillier, M.  A longitudinal study of parenting stress after the birth of a very low birthweight infant.  Presented at the International Conference on Infant Studies, Providence, Rhode Island, April 18, 1996.

Singer, L., Arendt, R., Minnes, S., Farkas, K., Collin, M., and Yamashita, T.  Neonatal neurobehavioral and visual preference outcomes of cocaine exposed infants.  Presented at the Society for Pediatric Research, Washington, D.C., May 8, 1996.

Singer, L., Arendt, R., Minnes, S., Farkas, K., Collin, M., and Yamashita, T.  Fetal cocaine exposure and neonatal outcomes.  Presented at the Society for Pediatric Research, Washington, D.C., May 8, 1996.

Needlman, R.D., Lewis, B., Yamashita, T., & Singer, L.  Pediatric intervention to promote literacy:  Early effects.  Pediatric Academic Societies (Ambulatory Pediatrics Association), Washington, D.C., May 9, 1996 (platform presentation).

Singer, L.T.  New approaches to developmental studies of high risk infants.  Presented as part of symposium "Effects of Differential Risk Conditions on Infant Development", International Society for the Study of Behavioral Development Meetings, Quebec, Canada, August 14, 1996.

Anderson, G.C., Silvers, J.B., Miller, J.J., Singer, L., Yamashita, T.S., & Dowling, D.A.  Very early kangaroo care beginning at birth for 32-35 week infants:  Randomized controlled trial in progress.  Presented at the Workshop on the Kangaroo-Mother Method for Low Birthweight Infants, World Health Organization, Maternal-Child Health Collaborating Center, Trieste, Italy, October 24-26, 1996.

 

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1995

Singer, L.T., Yamashita, T., Baley, J.  Maternal distress and medical complications predict developmental outcome in VLBW infants.  Presented as part of a symposium "Bayley Scales of Infant Development II, Society for Research in Child Development, Indianapolis, March 30, 1995.

Youngblut, J.M., Singer, L.T., Swegart, L.A., & Rodgers, W.  Maternal employment and LBW child development in single-parent families.  Poster presented at the International Home Care Conference, Padova, Italy, April, 1995.

Needlman, R.D., Singer, L., Yamashita, T., & Lewis, B.  Correlates of reading aloud to young children.  Pediatric Academic Societies (Ambulatory Pediatrics Association), San Diego, California, May 9, 1995.


Singer, L.T.  Psychosocial sequelae of bronchopulmonary dysplasia and very low birthweight, Maternal and Child Health Bureau Research Round Table, Rockville, MD, June 27, 1995.

Youngblut, J.M., Swegart, L.A., Singer, L.T., Rodgers, W.L., & Standing, T.S.  Maternal employment and LBW infant outcomes in single parent families.  Presented at the 1995 National Conference of the Association of Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Nurses, Inc., Orlando, Florida, September, 1995.

Youngblut, J.M., Singer, L.T., Rodgers, W.L., Swegart, L.A., & Standing, T.S.  Maternal employment and LBW child development in single-parent families.  Presented at the Aotearoa International Paediatric Nursing Conference, Aukland, New Zealand, September, 1995.

 

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1994

Arendt, R., Minnes, S. Angelopoulos, J., & Singer, L.  Prenatal polydrug exposure and infant development.  Paper presented at the Gatlinburg Conference on Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities, Gatlinburg, Tennessee, March, 1994.

Davillier, M., Singer, L., Nuamah, I., Kerekes, E., & Yamashita, T.  At risk infants:  At risk parents?  Presented at North Coast Regional Pediatric Psychology Conference, Cincinnati, OH, April, 1994.

Dave, M., Singer, L., Nuamah, I., Kerekes, E., & Yamashita, T.  The relationship between coping strategies, parenting stress and social support systems among mothers of very low birth weight (VLBW)
infants.  Presented at North Coast Regional Pediatric Psychology Conference, Cincinnati, OH, April, 1994.

Robinson, A., Singer, L., Nuamah, I., Kerekes,  E., & Yamashita, T.  The outcome of maternal psychological distress on cognitive development in very low birthweight and term infants.  Presented at North Coast Regional Pediatric Psychology Conference, Cincinnati, OH, April, 1994.
Preuss, L., Singer, L., Kerekes, E., & Yamashita, T.  Relation of maternal child interactions and home environment to high risk very low birthweight and healthy terms infants development.  Presented at North Coast Regional Pediatric Psychology Conference, Cincinnati, OH, April, 1994.

Singer, L.  Perspective on pediatric psychology in 1994.  Presented at North Coast Pediatric Psychology Meetings, Cincinnati, OH, April, 1994.
Yamashita, T.S., Nuamah, I.F., Dorsey, P., Hosseini-Nezhad, S.M., Bielefeld, R.A., Kereckes, E.F., & Singer, L.T.  "Clinical/medical outcome prediction by neural networks with statistical enhancements."  The First World Congress on Computational Medicine, Public Health, and Biotechnology, Austin, TX, April, 1994.

Singer, L., Yamashita, T., Szekely, L., & Baley, J.  Feeding interactions in very low birthweight infants (VLBW) with BPD.  Presented at the Society for Pediatric Research Meetings, Seattle, Washington, May 3, 1994.

Singer, L.T., Yamashita, T., Nuamah, I., & Baley, J.  Social support differentially mediates depression and anxiety post partum in mothers of very low birthweight (VLBW) infants.  Presented at the Society for Pediatric Research Meetings, Seattle, Washington, May 3, 1994.

Arendt, B., Angelopolous, J., Bass, O., Mascia, J., & Singer, L.  Sensory motor development in four month old, cocaine-exposed infants.  Presented at the Society for Pediatric Research Meetings, Seattle, Washington, May 3, 1994.

Singer, L.T., Yamashita, T., Baley, J., & Kliegman, R.  Developmental outcome and correlates of prenatal cocaine exposure in VLBW infants.  International Conference on Infant Studies, Paris, France, June 2, 1994.

Singer L.T., Yamashita, T., Szekely, L., & Baley, J.  VLBW and BPD influence infant feeding interactions.  International Conference on Infant Studies, Paris, France, June 3, 1994.

Singer L.  Behavioral approaches to feeding problems:  Intervention with infants.  Presented at the North American Cystic Fibrosis Conference, Orlando, Florida, October 21, 1994.

Lewis, B., Freebairn, L., & Singer, L.T.  Speech-language development of cocaine-exposed children.  American Speech-Language Hearing Association Annual Convention, New Orleans, November 18, 1994.

 

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1993

Singer, L.T., Yamashita, T., Wiley, K., & Baley, J.  Medical risk factors predict developmental deficits in VLBW infants at 8 months.  Presented at Symposium, International Neuropsychological Society Meeting, Galveston, TX, Feb. 1993.

Singer, L.T., Yamashita, T., Hawkins, S., Bruening, P., & Davillier, M.  Fathers of VLBW infants:  Distress, coping, and changes over time.  Society for Research in Child Development Conference, New Orleans, LA, March, 1993.

Singer, L.T., Yamashita, T., Hawkins, S., Collin, M., & Baley, J.  Bronchopulmonary dysplasia and cocaine exposure predict poorer outcome in VLBW infants.  Society for Pediatric Research Meetings, Washington, DC, May, 1993.

Yamashita, T., Nuamah, I., Kerekes, E., Hawkins, S., & Singer, L.T.  Familial effects on Bayley Scales of Infant Development at 12 months.  Presented at the Society for Pediatric Epidemiologic Research Meetings,, Keystone, CO, June, 1993.

Arendt, R., Singer, L., & Minnes, S.  Development of cocaine-exposed infants.  Poster presented at Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, New Orleans, Louisiana, March, 1993.

 

1992

Yamashita, T., Kerekes, E., Bielefeld, R., Singer, L., & Kliegman, R.  Research database for long and short-term epidemiological studies of maternal cocaine use.  Society for Pediatric Epidemiologic Research, Minneapolis, MN, 1992.

Singer, L.T., Davis, B., Zrimsek, L., & Yamashita, T.  Chronic lung disease of prematurity and infant risk status.  Presented at Symposium:  High Risk Follow-Up Programs, International Conference on Infant Studies, Miami, FL, May, 1992.

Singer, L.T., Davillier, M., Preuss, L., Wolf, B., Hawkins, S., & Yamashita, T.  Early feeding behaviors of preterm infants with bronchopulmonary dysplasia.  Presented at Symposium,  "Failure-to-Thrive in Medically Fragile Infants", International Conference in Infant Studies, Miami, FL, May, 1992.

Singer, L.T., Davillier, M., Bruening, M., Hawkins, S., & Yamashita, T.  Early effects of infant VLBW and chronic illness on maternal psychological distress.  Presented at symposium "Longitudinal Studies of Caregivers and Their VLBW Infants". Inter-national Conference on Infant Studies, Miami, FL, May, 1992.

Singer, L.T., Yamashita, T., Hawkins, S., Cairns, D., & Kliegman, R.  Increased incidence of intraventricular hemorrhage (IVH) in cocaine-exposed VLBW infants.  Presented at Society for Pediatric Research Meetings, Baltimore, MD, May, 1992.

Singer, L.T., Yamashita, T., Arendt, R., Minnes, S., Farkas, K., & Kliegman, R.  Increased psychological distress in post partum cocaine-using mothers.  Presented at the Society for Pediatric Research Meetings, Baltimore, MD, May, 1992.

Singer, L.T. Neurobehavioral sequelae of fetal cocaine exposure, Plenary address, American Academy of Pediatrics Annual Meetings, San Francisco, CA., Oct. 1992.

Singer, L.T.  Nutritional aspects of perinatal cocaine exposure.  American Dietetic Association Meetings, Washington, DC, Oct. 1992.

 

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1991

Ercanli, E., Singer, L.T., Hawkins, S., & Yamashita, T.S.  "Research database for developmental studies of infants with bronchopulmonary dysplasia (BPD) and very low birth weight (VLBW)."  Bedside Computing in the 90's:  50, March 1991.

Singer, L.T., Song, L., Warshawsky, E., Kliegman, R.  Direct and indirect interactions of cocaine with pregnancy outcome.  Presented at the Society for Pediatric Research, New Orleans, LA, April, 1991.

Singer, L.T., Martin, R., Benson-Szekely, L., Yamashita, Y., Carlo, W.  Oxygen Desaturation Complicates Feeding in BPD Infants in the Home Environment.  Presented at the Society for Pediatric Research, New Orleans, LA, May, 1991.

Singer, L.T.  The utility of the paired comparison paradigm in the assessment of normal and high-risk infants.  Presented at The Effects of Nutrition on Infant Neurological Development,  INTA, University of Chile, Santiago, June, 1991.

Singer, L.T., Martin, R., Benson-Szekely, L., Yamashita, Y., Carlo, W.  Oxygen Desaturation Complicates Feeding in BPD Infants in the Home Environment.  Presented at the American Academy of Pediatrics Meeting, New Orleans, LA, Oct. 1991.

 

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1990

Singer, L.T., Hill, B., & Doershuk, C.  Developmental risk factors and outcome in infant tracheostomy.  Presented at the International Conference on Infant Studies, Montreal, Canada, April, 1990.

Singer, L.T., Yamashita, T., Benson-Szekely, L., & Jaffe, A.  The relationship of maternal depression, family environmental factors and life stress to symptoms in adolescent eating disorders.  Presented at the Fourth International Conference on Eating Disorders, New York, NY, April, 1990.

Singer, L.T., Yamashita, T., Benson-Szekely, L., & Jaffe, A.  The diagnosis of adolescent eating disorders in a pediatric setting.  The Classification and Treatment of Mental Disorders in General Medical Settings:  NIMH Research Conference, Bethesda, MD, June, 1990.

Singer, L.T., Song, L, Yamashita, T., Benson, L., Bull, B. & Jaffe, A.  Self-reported psychological symptoms and family environment in adolescent eating disorders.  Presented at the American Psychological Association, Boston, MA, August 1990.

Singer, L.T. Chair, Workshop on "Developing positive eating behaviors", Fourth Annual North American and 1990 International Cystic Fibrosis Conference, Arlington, VA, October, 1990.

Singer, L.T.  Moderator, Workshop on "Caring for physically ill children", Family Caregiving Across the Lifespan:  A National Conference, Cleveland, OH, Oct.1990.

 

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1989

Singer, L.T., Bull, B., Hill, B., Benson, L., & Jaffe, A.  The impact of family functioning and weight status on the psychological characteristics of adolescent girls with eating disorders.  Presented at the Society for Research in Child Development, Kansas City, KS, April, 1989.

Singer, L.T.  Management of toddler feeding problems.  Presented at the Regional Behavioral Pediatrics Conference, Children's Hospital Medical Center, Akron, OH, May, 1989.

Singer, L.T. & Jaffe, A. Pediatric inpatient model for treatment of psychophysiological disorders.  Presented at the Children's Hospital, Omaha, NE, May 1989.

Singer, L.T. & Jaffe, A.  Inpatient treatment of mental health problems in medically ill children.  Presented at the NIMH Conference on Mental Health Services for Children & Adolescents in Primary Care Settings:  A Research Conference, New Haven, CT, June, 1989.

Singer, L.T., Song, L., Hill, B., & Jaffe, A.  Correlates of psychological functioning in mothers of failure-to-thrive children.  Presented at the symposium on Factors Affecting Parental Coping with Childhood Chronic Illnesses, American Psychological Association Meetings, New Orleans, LA, Aug., 1989.

 

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1988

Singer, L.T., Wilson, F., Hill, B., & Jaffe, A.  Medical and demographic correlates of stress and depression in mothers of failure-to-thrive children.  Presented at the International Conference on Infant Studies, Washington, DC., April, 1988.

Jaffe, A., Wilson, F., Lovinger, M., & Singer, L.T.  Atypical eating disorders in young children.  Presented at the Second International Conference on Eating Disorders, New York, NY, April, 1988.

Singer, L.T., Wilson, F., Lovinger, M., & Jaffe, A.  Inpatient treatment of psychophysiological disorders in children.  Presented at the North Coast Pediatric Psychology Conference, Columbus, OH, May, 1988.

Singer, L.T. & Jaffe, A.  Treatment of adolescent eating disorders.  Presented at the Midwest Ambulatory Pediatrics Conference, Cleveland, OH, May, 1988.

 

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1987

Singer, L.T.  A decade of follow-up of infant tracheostomy.  Presented at the Society for Research in Child Development, Baltimore, MD, April, 1987.

Singer, L.T. & Wilson, F.E. Behavioral management of feeding problems in children with chronic lung disease.  Presented at Feeding Problems in Infants and Children with Chronic Lung Disease, Children's Medical Center, Dayton, OH, November, 1987.

Lovinger, M., Singer, L.T., Wilson, F., & Jaffe, A.  A case of bulimia, gynecomastia and Tourette's syndrome in an adolescent male.  Presented at the International Congress on Eating Disorders, Jerusalem, Israel, May, 1987.

 

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1986

Singer, L.T.  Long-term hospitalization of failure-to-thrive infants:  Patient characteristics and developmental outcome at three years.  Presented at the International Conference on Infant Studies, Beverly Hills, CA, April, 1986.

Hill, B. & Singer, L.T.  Speech/language development after infant tracheostomy.  Presented at American Speech & Hearing Assoc. Meetings, Detroit, MI, October, 1986.

 

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1978 - 1985

Singer, L.T., Wood, R., & Lambert, S.  Tracheostomy in infancy: Patient characteristics and developmental outcome.  Presented at the International Conference for Infant Studies, New York, NY, April, 1984.

Singer, L.T. & Fagan, J.F.  Prediction of cognitive development in failure-to- thrive infants.  Presented at the National Institute of Mental Health Workshop on Research Innovations in Failure-to-Thrive, Bethesda, MD, October, 1984.

Singer, L.T.  Impact of infant handicap on maternal perception of stress:  Early medical and psychosocial correlates.  Presented at the Society for Research in Child Development, Toronto, Canada, April, 1984.

Singer, L.T.  Developmental outcome in the FTT infant:  Early perceptual-cognitive and sensorimotor correlates.  Presented at the Society for Research in Child Development, Detroit, MI, April, 1983.

Fagan, J.F., Singer, L.T., & Montie, J.M.  A valid screening device for the early detection of mental retardation in at-risk infants.  Presented at the Fourth International Conference on Early Identification of the At-Risk Child:  An International Perspective, Aspen, CO, September, 1983.

Singer, L.T.  Failure-to-thrive:  A developmental follow-up.  Presented at the International Conference for Infant Studies, Austin, TX, March 18-21, 1982.

Singer, L.T.  Concurrent sensorimotor development and visual recognition memory in FTT infants.  Presented at the International Conference for Infant Studies, New Haven, CT, March, 1980.

Fagan, J.F. & Singer, L.T.  Intervention during infancy: General considerations.  Presented at the National Institutes of Mental Health Conference on Birth Not At Term: Constraints to optimal psychological development. Bethesda, MD, Oct. 1978.

 
 

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Executive Assistant to the Deputy Provost: 216.368.1610
Secretary of the University Faculty: 216.368.4316
Special Assistant for Appointments, Promotion, and Tenure: 216.368.4342
Department Assistant:216.368.4389

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