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TABLE S1. Fit indices of latent class growth analysis of maternal depression, anxiety, and stress across four time points (from 2 to 8 classes, including constant, linear, and quadratic models; n = 4,891)

TABLE S2. Multivariate attrition analysis comparing those included in the analysis versus those lost to follow-up but with values on all baseline variables of interest (expressed in OR with 95% confidence intervals [CI]; n = 6,959)

TABLE S3. Fully adjusted (model 4) associations between trajectories of maternal depression, anxiety, and stress with internalizing and externalizing behavior problems—analysis conducted on 20 imputed datasets using multivariate multiple imputations (10% cutoffs and continuous score expressed as OR and β, respectively, with 95% confidence intervals [CI]; n = 7,225)

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