An association of adult personality with prenatal and early postnatal growth: the EPQ lie-scale

@inproceedings{FlensborgMadsen2014AnAO,
  title={An association of adult personality with prenatal and early postnatal growth: the EPQ lie-scale},
  author={Trine Flensborg-Madsen and Rasmus Revsbech and H J S{\o}rensen and Erik Lykke Mortensen},
  booktitle={BMC psychology},
  year={2014}
}
BackgroundRecent studies have noted differences in social acquiescence and interpersonal relations among adults born preterm or with very low birth weight compared to full term adults. In addition, birth weight has been observed to be negatively correlated with lie-scale scores in two studies. We attempted to replicate and extend these studies by examining young adult lie-scale scores in a Danish birth cohort.MethodWeight, length and head circumference of 9125 children from the Copenhagen… CONTINUE READING

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