Predicted probability of psychosis-like symptoms according to IQ
scorea (fully adjusted model).
Number of children reporting psychosis-like symptoms: comparisons
between self-report and observer-rated assessments
Number of children receiving a ‘definite’ observer rating
for the four categories of symptoms and associated
Odds ratios for psychosis-like symptoms (suspected and definite)
according to IQ total score quintiles before and after
Odds ratios for psychosis-like symptoms (suspected and definite) as
linear and quadratic terms before and after adjustmenta
Table DS1: Summary of confounding variables according to IQ score tertiles
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