Additional file 1: of Prenatal plasma concentrations of Perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances and neuropsychological development in children at four years of age

Table S1. The rates of potential developmental problem assessed at 4 years of age by the Age and Stage Questionnaire (ASQ). Table S2. Maternal PFASs concentrations (ng/mL) at 12–16 gestational weeks stratified by child sex. Table S3. P-values of interaction item (PFASs*child sex) in the associations between maternal PFASs concentrations and child’s neurobehavioral problems assessed by ASQ at 4 years of age*. Figure S1. Adjusted generalized additive model plots of ln-transformed PFAS concentrations with developmental problems in communication among offspring. Figure S2. Adjusted generalized additive model plots of ln-transformed PFAS concentrations with offspring developmental problems in Gross motor among offspring. Figure S3. Adjusted generalized additive model plots of ln-transformed PFAS concentrations with developmental problems in Fine motor among offspring. Figure S4. Adjusted generalized additive model plots of ln-transformed PFAS concentrations with developmental problems in Problem solving among offspring. Figure S5. Adjusted generalized additive model plots of ln-transformed PFAS concentrations with developmental problems in Personal-social skills among offspring. (DOCX 15944 kb)