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Message ID: 9489
Date: 2013-11-04

Author:Jane Siegel

Subject:Re: Toxic stress during pregnancy

Hi Frank. I actually do research on children of incarcerated mothers and can't say that I've heard of any studies that have looked at this particular issue, which of course doesn't mean there aren't any. I'l ask around a little to see if anyone knows about this if you'd like. Jane -- __________________________________________________________________________________________ Jane A. Siegel, Ph.D. Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice Rutgers University 405-07 Cooper Street Camden, NJ 08102 (856) 225-6143 - Phone (856) 225-6435 - Fax jasiegel@camden.rutgers.edu Recent release: Disrupted Childhoods: Children of Women in Prison On 11/1/2013 10:50 AM, Frank Vandervort wrote: Hello Listmates, I am a lawyer and am interested in learning more about the impact of toxic stress during pregnancy. I have two specific questions (and I'd really appreciate suggestions about things that I may be missing). First, I am interested to know if anyone could recommend an article, book chapter, etc., that could provide a good overview of the state of our knowledge about the impact of toxic stress during pregnancy for someone (i.e., a lawyer) who is not a researcher, etc. Secondly, I am interested to know if there have been any studies looking at the impact of a woman's incarceration as a source or form of toxic stress and the impact that this particular stressor may have on the baby. Thank you for any thoughts or leads you may be able to provide. Frank Vandervort -- Frank E. Vandervort Clinical Professor of Law University of Michigan Law School 701 South State Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109 (734) 647-3168

Hi Frank. I actually do research on children of incarcerated mothers and can't say that I've heard of any studies that have looked at this particular issue, which of course doesn't mean there aren't any. I'l ask around a little to see if anyone knows about this if you'd like. Jane -- __________________________________________________________________________________________ Jane A. Siegel, Ph.D. Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice Rutgers University 405-07 Cooper Street Camden, NJ 08102 (856) 225-6143 - Phone (856) 225-6435 - Fax jasiegelcamden.rutgers.edu Recent release: Disrupted Childhoods: Children of Women in Prison On 11/1/2013 10:50 AM, Frank Vandervort wrote: Hello Listmates, I am a lawyer and am interested in learning more about the impact of toxic stress during pregnancy. I have two specific questions (and I'd really appreciate suggestions about things that I may be missing). First, I am interested to know if anyone could recommend an article, book chapter, etc., that could provide a good overview of the state of our knowledge about the impact of toxic stress during pregnancy for someone (i.e., a lawyer) who is not a researcher, etc. Secondly, I am interested to know if there have been any studies looking at the impact of a woman's incarceration as a source or form of toxic stress and the impact that this particular stressor may have on the baby. Thank you for any thoughts or leads you may be able to provide. Frank Vandervort -- Frank E. Vandervort Clinical Professor of Law University of Michigan Law School 701 South State Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109 (734) 647-3168