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Positive maternal mental health during pregnancy associated with specific forms of adaptive development in early childhood: Evidence from a longitudinal study—CORRIGENDUM

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  10 August 2018

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On page 1575 of Phua et al. (Reference Phua, Kee, Koh, Rifkin-Graboi, Daniels and Chen2017), the work by Magiati et al. (Reference Magiati, Goh, Lim, Gan, Leong and Allison2015) should have been cited after the brief description of the Q-CHAT administered at 18 months, as this study examined the factor structure of the Q-CHAT in the GUSTO neurocognitive domain sample.

In addition, the Q-CHAT language factor was inadvertently included in Table 6. This factor and findings related to this factor should not be considered or interpreted, as the Q-CHAT language factor has only four items and low internal consistency. Only the Q-CHAT total social and behavioral factors should be considered in the results and in the results’ interpretation.

The authors apologize for these errors.

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Magiati, I., Goh, D. A., Lim, S. J., Gan, D. Z. Q., Leong, J. C. L., Allison, C., … the GUSTO Working Group (2015). The psychometric properties of the Quantitative Checklist for Autism in Toddlers (Q-CHAT) as a measure of autistic traits in a community sample of Singaporean infants and toddlers. Molecular Autism, 6, 114.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Phua, D. Y., Kee, M. K. Z. L., Koh, D. X. P., Rifkin-Graboi, A., Daniels, M., Chen, H., … the Growing Up in Singapore Towards Healthy Outcomes Study Group. (2017). Positive maternal mental health during pregnancy associated with specific forms of adaptive development in early childhood: Evidence from a longitudinal study. Development & Psychopathology, 29, 15731587.CrossRefGoogle ScholarPubMed
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