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A cross-lagged panel analysis of children's sleep, attention, and mood in a prenatally stressed cohort: The QF2011 Queensland flood study.. J Affect Disord. 255:96-104.. 2019.
Toddler Temperament Mediates the Effect of Prenatal Maternal Stress on Childhood Anxiety Symptomatology: The QF2011 Queensland Flood Study.. Int J Environ Res Public Health. 16(11). 2019.
The 5-HTTLPR polymorphism of the serotonin transporter gene and child's sex moderate the relationship between disaster-related prenatal maternal stress and autism spectrum disorder traits: The QF2011 Queensland flood study.. Dev Psychopathol. :1-15.. 2018.
Continuous, emerging, and dissipating associations between prenatal maternal stress and child cognitive and motor development: The QF2011 Queensland Flood Study.. Early Hum Dev. 119:29-37.. 2018.
Disaster in pregnancy: midwifery continuity positively impacts infant neurodevelopment, QF2011 study.. BMC Pregnancy Childbirth. 18(1):309.. 2018.
The role of prenatal maternal stress in the development of childhood anxiety symptomatology: The QF2011 Queensland Flood Study.. Dev Psychopathol. 30(3):995-1007.. 2018.
Continuity of midwifery carer moderates the effects of prenatal maternal stress on postnatal maternal wellbeing: the Queensland flood study.. Arch Womens Ment Health.. 2017.
The Effects of Prenatal Maternal Stress on Early Temperament: The 2011 Queensland Flood Study.. J Dev Behav Pediatr. 38(5):310-321.. 2017.
Moderating effects of maternal emotional availability on language and cognitive development in toddlers of mothers exposed to a natural disaster in pregnancy: The QF2011 Queensland Flood Study.. Infant Behav Dev. 49:296-309.. 2017.