Karen E O'Donnell

Associate Professor in Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and Faculty Fellow of the Center for Child and Family Policy

Journal Articles

  1. O'Donnell, K., Murphy R., Ostermann, J., Masnick, M., Whetten, R., Madden, E., Thielman, N., Whetten, K., & And Positive Outcomes for Orphans Research Team A brief assessment of learning for orphaned and abandoned children in low and medium income countries, AIDS and Behavior, vol. 16 no. 2 (2012), pp. 480-490
  2. Gingras J, Muel;enaer A, Dalley L, O'Donnell K: Prenatal cocaine exposure alters postnatal hypoxic arousal responses and hypercarbic ventilatory responses but not pneumocardiograms in prenatally cocaine-exposed term infants. Pediatric Pulmonology 18: 13-20, 1994. (1994)
  3. Hume R, Gingras J, Martin L, Hertzberg B, O'Donnell K, Killam A: Ultrasound diagnosis of fetal anomalies associated with in utero cocaine exposure: Further support for cocaine induced vascular disruption teratogenesis. Fetal Diagnosis and Therapy 9: 239-245, 1994. (1994)
  4. O\'Donnell K, Zhi-Hong D, Xuw-Y C, Amette K, Xin-Min J, Abdul Rakeman M, Ming-Li Z, DeLong N, Tai M, DeLong GR: Iodine supplementation and infant psychological development. In Stanbury J (ed), The Damaged Brain of Iodine Deficiency. New York: Cognizant Communications Corporation. 1993 (1993)
  5. Xue-Yi C, Ma Tai XM, Amette K, Zhi-Hong D, Abdul Rakeman M, Ming-Li Z, O'Donnell K, DeLong N, DeLong R: Critical timing of brain vulnerability to iodine deficiency in endemic cretinism: A repletion study. In Stanbury J (ed), The Damaged Brain of Iodine Deficiency. New York: Cognizant Communications Corporation. 1993. (1993)
  6. Gingras J, Weese-Mayer D, Hume R, O'Donnell K: Cocaine and development: Mechanisms of fetal toxicity and neonatal consequences. Early Human Development 31: 1-24, 1992. (1992)
  7. McKinney R, Maha M, Connor E, Feinberg J, Scott G, O'Donnell K, Rogers G, Lehrman S, Wilfert C: A multicenter trial of oral zidovudine in children with advance human immunodeficiency disease. New England Journal of Medicine 324: 1018-1025, 1991. (1991)
  8. O'Donnell K, Oehler J: Neurobehavioral assessment of newborn infants. In Worley M, Bailey D (eds), Assessment of High Risk and Handicapped Infants. New York, Charles Merrill and Company, 1989. (1989)
  9. Hume R, O'Donnell K, Stanger C, Killam A, Gingras J: In utero cocaine exposure: Observations of fetal behavioral state may predict neonatal outcome. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology 161 (3): 685-690, 1989. (1989)
  10. Gallagher R, Jens K, O'Donnell K: The relationship between physical status and positive affect in handicapped infants. Infant Behavior and Development 5: 73-77, 1983. (1983)