|Drakenstein Child Health Study (DCHS): investigating determinants of early child development and cognition|
KA Donald, M Hoogenhout, CP du Plooy, CJ Wedderburn, RT Nhapi, ...
BMJ paediatrics open 2 (1), 2018
|Parenting for Lifelong Health for Young Children: a randomized controlled trial of a parenting program in South Africa to prevent harsh parenting and child conduct problems|
CL Ward, IM Wessels, JM Lachman, J Hutchings, LD Cluver, R Kassanjee, ...
Journal of child psychology and psychiatry 61 (4), 503-512, 2020
|Effect of hazardous alcohol use during pregnancy on growth outcomes at birth: Findings from a South African cohort study|
B Myers, N Koen, KA Donald, RT Nhapi, L Workman, W Barnett, ...
Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research 42 (2), 369-377, 2018
|Risk and protective factors for child development: An observational South African birth cohort|
KA Donald, CJ Wedderburn, W Barnett, RT Nhapi, AM Rehman, ...
PLoS medicine 16 (9), e1002920, 2019
|Neurodevelopment of HIV-exposed uninfected children in South Africa: outcomes from an observational birth cohort study|
CJ Wedderburn, S Yeung, AM Rehman, JAM Stadler, RT Nhapi, ...
The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health 3 (11), 803-813, 2019
|Associations of emotional, physical, or sexual intimate partner violence and depression symptoms among South African women in a prospective cohort study|
CN Okafor, W Barnett, HJ Zar, R Nhapi, N Koen, S Shoptaw, DJ Stein
Journal of interpersonal violence, 0886260518796522, 2018
|Prenatal alcohol exposure is associated with early motor, but not language development in a South African cohort|
G Hendricks, S Malcolm-Smith, DJ Stein, HJ Zar, CJ Wedderburn, ...
Acta Neuropsychiatrica 32 (3), 145-152, 2020
|HIV Exposure Without Infection Impacts Early Language Development: Outcomes from a South African Birth Cohort Study|
C Wedderburn, S Yeung, AM Rehman, JAM Stadler, R Nhapi, W Barnett, ...
Available at SSRN 3388819, 2019
|A GLMM analysis of data from the Sinovuyo Caring Families Program (SCFP)|
University of Cape Town, 2018
|Maternal psychosocial risk factors and offspring gestational epigenetic age acceleration in a South African birth cohort study|
N Koen, M Jones, RT Nhapi, KA Donald, W Barnett, N Hoffman, ...
bioRxiv, 503623, 2018