Impact of maternal prenatal and parental postnatal stress on 1-year-old child development: results from the OTIS antidepressants in pregnancy study

  • Karam F
  • Sheehy O
  • Huneau M
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Perinatal psychological stress has been associated with unfavorable maternal and neonatal outcomes. We aimed to assess the impact of perinatal stress on infant development at 1 year of age. We recruited pregnant women calling North American Teratogen Information Services or attending outpatient clinics at CHU Sainte Justine (Montreal) between 2008 and 2010 and their spouses. To be part of our study, women had to be (1) >18 years of age, (2)

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  • Antidepressant
  • Child development
  • Depression
  • Maternal stress
  • Paternal stress

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  • Fatiha Karam

  • Odile Sheehy

  • Marie Claude Huneau

  • Christina Chambers

  • William D. Fraser

  • Diana Johnson

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