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Triplett RL, Lean RE, Parikh A, et al. Association of Prenatal Exposure to Early-Life Adversity With Neonatal Brain Volumes at Birth. JAMA Netw Open. 2022;5(4):e227045. doi:10.1001/jamanetworkopen.2022.7045. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the CC-BY License.
Triplett, Regina L; Lean, Rachel E; Parikh, Amisha; Miller, J Philip; Alexopoulos, Dimitrios; Kaplan, Sydney; Meyer, Dominique; Adamson, Christopher; Smyser, Tara A; Rogers, Cynthia E; Barch, Deanna M; Warner, Barbara; Luby, Joan L; and Smyser, Christopher D, "Association of prenatal exposure to early-life adversity with neonatal brain volumes at birth." JAMA Network Open. 5, 4. e227045 (2022).
eFigure. Participant Flow From Study Enrollment to Inclusion in Current Analysis eMethods. Supplemental Methods eTable 1. Identification of Covariates of Interest Associated With Neonatal Volumetric MRI Measures at Birth (N=280) eTable 2. Identification of Potential Covariates of Interest Associated With Infant Sex (N=280) eTable 3. Comparison of Full-term Infants Excluded Due to Missing/Low-Quality MRI Data eTable 4. Comparison of Full Cohort and Infants Excluded From (Largely Due to Prematurity) the Current Study eTable 5. Full Results of Hierarchical Linear Regression Linking Maternal Social Disadvantage and Psychosocial Stress With Structural MRI Measures at Birth (N=280) eTable 6. Hierarchical Linear Regression Linking Maternal Social Disadvantage and Psychosocial Stress with Total Brain Volumes (TBV) at Birth (N=280) eTable 7. Hierarchical Linear Regression Exploring Hemispheric Effects of Maternal Social Disadvantage and Psychosocial Stress (N=280)