pspangle at worldnet.att.net wrote:
>> In article <6b133o$t0e at camel19.mindspring.com>,
>rlspearman at mindspring.com wrote:
> > Reseaching for dissertation. Would appreciate reference
> > materials/sites.
> > Thank you,
> > Robert S.
> > rlspearman at mindspring.com>> A query to
>>http://www.altavista.digital.com/cgi-bin/query?pg=aq>> with the searchwords "teratogen AND psychiatric" gives 87
> references, of which at least the top two look useful.
That might work for a start, but this person probably knows how
to use search enigines, and they often don't get good results
(you may have to do a lot of digging through the search results
and there links before finding anything -- and sometimes the
licks are still garbage). This topic would probably get
specific results with those words, but it still can be helpful
and make a lot of sence to ask for info from someone who can
evaluate pages intelligently. Asking for such pages here, where
many possible experts may see is pefectly reasonable -- I've
found *very* few descent pages with search engines, but a lot
through other people. Unfortuanately, I am not a expert on
teratogens, and can't help with this, but if someone can... --
this was worth a try.
Posting the question to sci.med.psychobiology or to an
embriology list might be a very good, idea, though.
> Start from there.
>> Patrick Spangler
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