Childhood cognitive performance and risk of mortality: a prospective cohort study of gifted individuals.

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Recent research suggests that childhood cognitive performance is associated with various health outcomes, but the nature of the relation is not well understood. It is unclear whether the association occurs across the continuum of cognitive performance, and if it is independent of socioeconomic status. Prospective data from the Terman Life Cycle Study were… (More)

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@article{Martin2005ChildhoodCP, title={Childhood cognitive performance and risk of mortality: a prospective cohort study of gifted individuals.}, author={Laurie T. Martin and Laura Diane Kubzansky}, journal={American journal of epidemiology}, year={2005}, volume={162 9}, pages={887-90} }