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McLean MA, Cobham VE, Simcock G, Kildea S, King S.  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)
McLean MA, Cobham VE, Simcock G, Elgbeili G, Kildea S, King S.  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.
King S, Kildea S, Austin M-P, Brunet A, Cobham VE, Dawson PA, Harris M, Hurrion EM, Laplante DP, McDermott BM et al..  2015.  QF2011: a protocol to study the effects of the Queensland flood on pregnant women, their pregnancies, and their children's early development.. BMC Pregnancy Childbirth. 15:109.
McLean MA, Simcock G, Elgbeili G, Laplante DP, Kildea S, Hurrion E, Lequertier B, Cobham VE, King S.  2020.  Disaster-related prenatal maternal stress, and childhood HPA-axis regulation and anxiety: The QF2011 Queensland Flood Study.. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 118:104716.
Simcock G, Cobham VE, Laplante DP, Elgbeili G, Gruber R, Kildea S, King S.  2019.  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.
Moss KM, Simcock G, Cobham VE, Kildea S, Laplante DP, King S.  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.