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Pathways from early adversity to later adjustment: Tests of the additive and bidirectional effects of executive control and diurnal cortisol in early childhood – Corrigendum

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In Lengua et al. Reference Lengua, Thompson, Moran, Zalewski, Ruberry, Klein and Kiff2020, the slope factor loadings were incorrectly represented in figure 1. The loadings for executive control and diurnal cortisol were reversed.

The correct figure 1 follows:

Figure 1. Model with standardized coefficients of the effects of income and cumulative risk on executive control and diurnal cortisol level, the bidirectional effects of executive control and diurnal cortisol, and their effects on children's academic readiness, social competence, and adjustment problems. Effects of child gender were covaried but are not depicted. *p < .05.

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Lengua, L., Thompson, S., Moran, L., Zalewski, M., Ruberry, E., Klein, M., & Kiff, C. (2020). Pathways from early adversity to later adjustment: Tests of the additive and bidirectional effects of executive control and diurnal cortisol in early childhood. Development and Psychopathology, 32(2), 545558. doi:10.1017/S0954579419000373CrossRefGoogle ScholarPubMed
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Figure 1. Model with standardized coefficients of the effects of income and cumulative risk on executive control and diurnal cortisol level, the bidirectional effects of executive control and diurnal cortisol, and their effects on children's academic readiness, social competence, and adjustment problems. Effects of child gender were covaried but are not depicted. *p < .05.

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