Corrigenda

Errata

This article corrects:

  1. The effects of low to moderate alcohol consumption and binge drinking in early pregnancy on executive function in 5-year-old children Volume 119, Issue 10, 1201–1210, Article first published online: 20 June 2012
  2. The effects of low to moderate alcohol consumption and binge drinking in early pregnancy on selective and sustained attention in 5-year-old children Volume 119, Issue 10, 1211–1221, Article first published online: 20 June 2012
  3. The effect of alcohol binge drinking in early pregnancy on general intelligence in children Volume 119, Issue 10, 1222–1231, Article first published online: 20 June 2012

In the following series of articles[1-3] some errors occurred in the footnotes of the Tables. The corrected footnote information is provided below.

In reference 1 below, the Table 2 footnote read:

*******Range: 9–14 drinks/week. It should have read *******9 or more weeks of gestation.

In reference 2 below, the Table 3 footnote read:

****P value for the hypothesis of no difference in mean attention scores across levels of average alcohol intake. It should have read: ****P value for the hypothesis of no difference in mean attention score across levels of binge drinking.

In reference 3 below, the Table 3 footnote read:

***P value for the hypothesis of no difference in IQ scores across levels of average alcohol intake.

It should have read: ***P value for the hypothesis of no difference in IQ scores across levels of binge drinking.

In reference 3 below, the Table 5 footnote read:

***P value for the hypothesis of no difference in IQ scores across levels of average alcohol intake.

It should have read: ***P value for the hypothesis of no difference in IQ scores across levels of binge drinking.

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