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Supplementary Figure Parent-rated hyperactivity symptoms (standardized Rutter-A subscale using inattention, fidgetiness, and restlessness items) by gender and year of study. Means and error bars shown. Ordinal logistic regression shows significant effect of gender (POR = 1.46 [1.3–1.6], p < .001), but no difference by year of study (POR = 1.14 [.9–1.5], p > .3)

Supplementary Table 1 Individual symptoms of depression or anxiety

Supplementary Table 2 Household demographics by year of study

Supplementary Table 3 1986 sample (BCS70): Profile of age 16 responders in relation to characteristics at birth and at age 10. Efficacy of weights in correcting known biases due to attrition

Supplementary Table 4 2006 sample (HSE 2002/3 follow-up): Profile of age 16/17 responders in relation to characteristics at age 11–14. Efficacy of weights in correcting known selective attrition biases

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