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Keywords:

  • Prenatal smoking;
  • fetal programming;
  • preventive interventions;
  • ADHD symptoms;
  • early-onset experimentation with smoking

Patricia Vuijk 1, Pol A.C. van Lier 1,2, Anja C. Huizink 1, Frank C. Verhulst 1, Alfons A.M. Crijnen (2006). Prenatal smoking predicts non-responsiveness to an intervention targeting attention-deficit/hyperactivity symptoms in elementary schoolchildren. The Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 47(9), 891–901.

The above article, published online on 22 August 2006, has been retracted by agreement between the Journal Editor-in-Chief, Tony Charman, ACAMH and Blackwell Publishing Ltd. After notifying the authors, the retraction has been agreed due to a concern surrounding the accuracy of some of the data that was not possible to resolve between the authors.

Tony Charman Editor-in-Chief The Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry

Reference

Patricia Vuijk, Pol A.C. van Lier, Anja C. Huizink, Frank C. Verhulst, & Alfons A.M. Crijnen (2006). Prenatal smoking predicts non-responsiveness to an intervention targeting attention-deficit/hyperactivity symptoms in elementary schoolchildren. The Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 47(9), 891–901. doi: 10.1111/j.1469-7610.2006.01647.x