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From: Effect of continued folic acid supplementation beyond the first trimester of pregnancy on cognitive performance in the child: a follow-up study from a randomized controlled trial (FASSTT Offspring Trial)

Fig. 2

Percentage of FASSTT Offspring participants at 3 and 7 years achieving above average cognitive performance. In children at 3 years, cognitive performance was assessed by the BSITD-III test and at 7 years by the WPPSI-III test. Values are shown as % of children at 3 or 7 years, by treatment group of the mother, who achieved above the median cognitive score for same-sex children at that age versus those who scored at and below the median scores of 10 (for girls and boys) in the BSITD-III test; 24.5 (for girls) and 21.5 (for boys) in the WPPSI-III test. Total numbers at each age and sex group are as follows: girls at 3 years, n = 27; boys at 3 years, n = 12; girls at 7 years, n = 38; and boys at 7 years, n = 32

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