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Early Human Development


Title Abbreviation
Early Hum Dev
ISSN
0378-3782
Electronic ISSN
1872-6232
Readership
Clinicians, Gynecologists, Neurologists, Obstetricians, Pediatricians, Perinatologists, Psychologists, Researchers, Scientists
Scope
Established as an authoritative, highly cited voice on early human development, Early Human Development provides a unique opportunity for researchers and clinicians to bridge the communication gap between disciplines. Creating a forum for the productive exchange of ideas concerning early human growth and development, the journal publishes original research and clinical papers with particular emphasis on the continuum between fetal life and the perinatal period; aspects of postnatal growth influenced by early events; and the safeguarding of the quality of human survival. The first comprehensive and interdisciplinary journal in this area of growing importance, Early Human Development offers pertinent contributions to the following subject areas: Fetology; perinatology; pediatrics; growth and development; obstetrics; reproduction and fertility; epidemiology; behavioural sciences; nutrition and metabolism; teratology; neurology; brain biology; developmental psychology and screening.
Sponsoring Association(s)
No associations affiliated with this journal
Publisher Name
Elsevier Science Ltd. - Oxford
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