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2014 Postnatal depressive symptoms and child psychological develoment at 10 years: a prospective study of longitudinal data from the South African Birth to Twenty cohort

In high-income countries, maternal postnatal depression is associated with adverse outcomes in the child. However, few studies have investig...

2013 Field lessons from the delivery of questionnaires to young adults using mobile phones

To examine the feasibility of providing young adults with mobile phones for the purpose of mobile phone assisted self-interviewing to improv...

2013 Birth status, child growth, and adult outcomes in low- and middle-income countries

The objective of this article is to assess the impact of being born preterm or small for gestational age (SGA) on several adult outcomes. W...

2012 Environmental lead exposure and socio-behavioural adjustment in the early teens: the birth to twenty cohort

Lead exposure remains high in South Africa. Environmental lead exposure has been associated with behaviour problems in childhood and adolesc...