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ARCHIVED - Early primary school outcomes associated with maternal use of alcohol and tobacco during pregnancy and with exposure to parent alcohol and tobacco use postnatally

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Acknowledgments

Funding for this report was provided by the Public Health Agency of Canada. The report reflects the views of the authors and not necessarily those of the funders. We acknowledge the dedication of the Better Beginnings, Better Futures site researchers whose diligence and hard work has made possible the longitudinal research.

Thanks also to Sarah Somerton for technical assistance. We are grateful to the research families, youth and teachers who participated in this research. Thanks to the research team for the secondary analysis that forms the foundation of this report.

Kevin ParkerFootnote 1, Alison BradshawFootnote 2, Shahriar KhanFootnote 2, Mary AcremanFootnote 1, Ray DeV. PetersFootnote 2


Footnote 1
Department of Psychology, Queen’s University
Footnote 2
Better Beginnings, Better Futures Research Unit, Queens’s University

Corresponding Author
Ray DeV. Peters, ray.peters@queensu.ca, 613-533-6672