Prenatal exposure to a wide range of environmental chemicals and child behaviour between 3 and 7 years of age - An exposome-based approach in 5 European cohorts

P. Jedynak, L. Maitre, M. Guxens, K.B. Gutzkow, J. Julvez, M. Lopez-Vicente, J. Sunyer, M. Casas, L. Chatzi, R. Grazuleviciene, M. Kampouri, R. McEachan, M. Mon-Williams, I. Tamayo, C. Thomsen, J. Urquiza, M. Vafeiadi, J. Wright, X. Basagana, M. VrijheidC. Philippat

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Original languageEnglish
Article number144115
Number of pages10
JournalScience of the Total Environment
Volume763
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Apr 2021

Keywords

  • birth cohort
  • bisphenol-a exposure
  • child behaviour
  • copper
  • developmental neurotoxicity
  • hyperactivity
  • imputation
  • inner-city children
  • internal exposome
  • neuropsychological development
  • organophosphate pesticide exposure
  • persistent organic pollutants
  • prenatal exposure
  • strengths and difficulties questionnaire
  • variable selection
  • ORGANOPHOSPHATE PESTICIDE EXPOSURE
  • NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT
  • IMPUTATION
  • COPPER
  • Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire
  • BISPHENOL-A EXPOSURE
  • Internal exposome
  • Child behaviour
  • Birth cohort
  • DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROTOXICITY
  • HYPERACTIVITY
  • PERSISTENT ORGANIC POLLUTANTS
  • VARIABLE SELECTION
  • Prenatal exposure
  • INNER-CITY CHILDREN

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