Children with cleft lip are known to be at raised risk for socio-emotional difficulties, but the nature of these problems and their causes are incompletely understood; longitudinal studies are required that include comprehensive assessment of child functioning, and consideration of developmental mechanisms. Method: Children with cleft lip (with and without cleft palate) (N=93) and controls (N=77), previously studied through infancy, were followed up at 7 years, and their socio-emotio...Expand abstract
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The effect of cleft lip on socio-emotional functioning in school-aged children
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