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Table 2 Antenatal or postnatal CMD and infant development

From: Maternal common mental disorders and infant development in Ethiopia: the P-MaMiE Birth Cohort

Characteristics Cognitive score Language score Motor score
  β ^ 95% CI β ^ 95% CI β ^ 95% CI
Postnatal CMD as primary exposure       
Unadjusted β ^ 0.06 -0.08, 0.09 -0.09, -0.23 -0.52,
   0.20   0.27   0.06
Fully adjusted model* (n = 183) 0.04 -0.10, 0.001 -0.22, -0.23 -0.52,
   0.17   0.22   0.06
Final model adjusted for potential mediators       
   Infant nutritional status 0.02 -0.12, -0.004 -0.22, -0.25 -0.56,
   0.17   0.23   0.05
   Infant illness episodes 0.04 -0.10, -0.001 -0.22, -0.23 -0.52,
   0.17   0.22   0.06
Antenatal CMD as primary exposure       
Unadjusted β ^ -0.08 -0.20, -0.001 -0.14, -0.20 -0.37, -
   0.03   0.13   0.03
Final adjusted model* (n = 185) -0.05 -0.20, -0.01 -0.16, -0.01 -0.21,
   0.09   0.17   0.19
Final model adjusted for potential mediators:       
   Prolonged labour -0.06 -0.21, -0.002 -0.16, 0.03 -0.23,
(n = 185)   0.09   0.17   0.17
   Birth weight (n = 185) -0.05 -0.20. -0.01 -0.16, -0.01 -0.21
   0.09   0.17   0.19
  1. Association between maternal antenatal/postnatal common mental disorder symptoms (CMD: SRQ score) and scores on Bayley sub-scales for 12 month old infants (n = 194)
  2. *Potential confounders as described in methods