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Preterm Birth and Maternal Mental Health: Longitudinal Trajectories and Predictors.

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Summary of "Preterm Birth and Maternal Mental Health: Longitudinal Trajectories and Predictors."

To examine trajectories of psychological distress in mothers of children born very preterm (VPT, <30 weeks gestation) and full term from 2 to 13 years after the birth, and examine predictors of maternal psychological distress over time within the VPT group.

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Name: Journal of pediatric psychology
ISSN: 1465-735X
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