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Early development of negative and positive affect: Implications for ADHD symptomatology across three birth cohorts – CORRIGENDUM

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  07 December 2021

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In the original version of Gustafsson et al. (Reference Gustafsson, Nolvi, Sullivan, Rasmussen, Gyllenhammer, Entringer and Nigg2021), author Riikka Korja's name was misspelled.

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Gustafsson, H. C., Nolvi, S., Sullivan, E. L., Rasmussen, J. M., Gyllenhammer, L. E., Entringer, S., … Nigg, J. T. (2021). Early development of negative and positive affect: Implications for ADHD symptomatology across three birth cohorts. Development and Psychopathology. Published online 15 October 2021. doi:10.1017/S0954579421001012Google Scholar
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