Nair P, Schuler, M.E, Black MM, Kettinger, LA., Harrington, D.: (2003) Cumulative Environmental Risk in
Substance Abusing Women: Early Intervention, Parenting Stress, Child Abuse, and Child Development. Child Abuse & Neglect. 27:997-1017.
Nair P, Black MM, Keane V, Schuler M. (2005) Cognitive and Academic Performance: Six to Seven years after Prenatal Heroin and Cocaine Exposure. Poster presentation Pediatric Academic Societies, April 22, 2005.
Nair P: (2006) Child Maltreatment: A Clinical Guide and Reference; Comprehensive Photographic Reference Identifying Potential Child Abuse (Book Review). JAMA, 295: 564 - 566.
Nair P; Black MM; Ackerman JP; Schuler ME; Keane VA. (2008) Children's Cognitive-Behavioral Functioning at Age 6 and 7: Prenatal Drug Exposure and Caregiving Environment. Ambulatory Pediatrics 8 (3):154-162.
Ackerman,JP, Llorente,AM, Black,MM, Ackerman,CS, Mayes, LA, Nair P (2008). The Effect of Prenatal Drug Exposure and Caregiving Context on Children's Performance on a Task of Sustained Visual Attention. J Dev Behav Pediatr 29:467-474.
Nair P, Black,MM, Candelaria M, Early Predictors of Resilience in School age Children of Drug Abusing Women, presented at the Poster presentation Pediatric Academic Societies, May 4 2009..
Mayes L., Candelaria, M, Ackerman, J, Nair P, Black M. (2008) A latent construct of the caregiving emotional
environment among substance using mothers. Poster presentation Society of Behavioral Medicine's Annual conference March.
DeBoer T, Kurup P, Salmeron B J, Ernst M, Schweitzer J, Nair P, Black M. (2008) fMRI reveals long-term
effects of prenatal drug exposure on visuospatial working memory during adolescence. Accepted for presentation at the APS Annual Convention in Chicago.
Nair, P.P., Kamra,A., Kessie, G., Chen, J., Fasano,A., Nair,P. (2011) : Markers of Inflammation and Lineage on Exfoliated Colonic Cells in Pediatric Inflammatory Bowel Disease. Gastrointestinal & Digestive System S8-001: 1-6.
Schweitzer,J.B., Riggins,T, Liang,X.,Gallen,C., Kurup,P.K. Ross,T.J., Black,M.M., Nair, P. , Salmeron, B.J. (2013) Prenatal Drug Exposure to Illicit Drugs Alters Working Memory-Related Brain Activity and Underlying Network Properties in Adolescence. Neuropsychopharmacology, submitted 12-2013