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Figure S1 The association between antenatal maternal symptoms and child attention problems adjusted for antenatal paternal symptoms.

Figure S2 The association between antenatal maternal symptoms and child attention problems adjusted for antenatal paternal symptoms.

Table S1 Associations between raw scores of parental symptoms of depression and anxiety during pregnancy and child attention problems

Table S2 Associations between raw scores of parental symptoms of depression and anxiety during pregnancy and child emotional problems

Table S3 Summary of sample characteristics in the generation R study

Table S4 For each cohort, correlations between antenatal (maternal and paternal) symptoms of depression and anxiety and (maternal and paternal) symptoms of depression and anxiety 3&00A0;years after childbirth

Table S5 (A) Stepwise regression analyses showing the associations between antenatal maternal and paternal symptoms of depression and anxiety with child attention problems. (B) Stepwise regression analyses showing the associations between antenatal maternal and paternal symptoms of depression and anxiety with child emotional problems

Table S6 Associations between high levels of parental symptoms of depression and anxiety during pregnancy (categorical) and child attention problems

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