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June 01, 2012
AJP CME Course for June 2012: Antidepressants May Mitigate the Effects of Prenatal Maternal Anxiety on Infant Auditory Sensory Gating
Expires June 01, 2014
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Self-Assessment Quiz

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Which psychiatric and cognitive symptoms are associated with prenatal exposure to elevated maternal depression, anxiety, and other forms of stress?
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P50 sensory gating reflects both cerebral excitation in response to an initial stimulus and inhibition of response in response to a second stimulus. In this study, maternal anxiety disorder(s), in the absence of antidepressant treatment, affected the response to which stimulus?
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Infant P50 sensory gating is a putative biomarker of the early expression of attentional function. In this study, antidepressant treatment for the mothers with a history of anxiety disorder(s) was associated with which of the following findings regarding sensory gating?