Study: Unborn children are affected by domestic violence from News for Michigan, 1/2/2015

Friday, January 02, 2015

“A new study suggests domestic violence during pregnancy has long-term effects on the unborn child.”

“Alytia Levendosky is a psychology professor and the director of clinical training in the MSU Department of Psychology. She says one-year-old children of women abused during their pregnancies often avoid physical contact, are bothered by bright lights and are tense or fearful.”

Read More at: michiganradio.org/post/study-unborn-children-are-affected-domestic-violence