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Examined the relationship of prenatal alcohol exposure to the IQ of children at age 4 in a longitudinal prospective, population-based study. Multiple-regression analyses on data from 421 children indicated that use of more than 1.5 oz (44 ml, or approximately 3 drinks) of alcohol per day during pregnancy was significantly related to an average IQ decrement of almost 5 IQ points (Yt of a standard deviation; p = .008), even after adjustment for maternal and paternal education, race, prenataldoi:10.1037/0012-1618.104.22.168 fatcat:2vehth7rgfeulktdtyrhcmzf6q