Sarah Jensen

2012-2016 King's College London, London, UK 
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Xie W, Jensen SKG, Wade M, et al. (2019) Growth faltering is associated with altered brain functional connectivity and cognitive outcomes in urban Bangladeshi children exposed to early adversity. Bmc Medicine. 17: 199
Jensen SKG, Obradovic J, Nelson CA. (2019) Introduction to special issue on global child development studies. Developmental Science. e12888
Berens AE, Kumar S, Tofail F, et al. (2019) Cumulative psychosocial risk and early child development: validation and use of the Childhood Psychosocial Adversity Scale in global health research. Pediatric Research
Jensen SKG, Tofail F, Haque R, et al. (2019) Child development in the context of biological and psychosocial hazards among poor families in Bangladesh. Plos One. 14: e0215304
Perdue KL, Jensen SKG, Kumar S, et al. (2019) Using functional near-infrared spectroscopy to assess social information processing in poor urban Bangladeshi infants and toddlers. Developmental Science. e12839
Turesky TK, Jensen SKG, Yu X, et al. (2019) The relationship between biological and psychosocial risk factors and resting-state functional connectivity in 2-month-old Bangladeshi infants: a feasibility and pilot study. Developmental Science. e12841
Jensen SKG, Kumar S, Xie W, et al. (2019) Neural correlates of early adversity among Bangladeshi infants. Scientific Reports. 9: 3507
Barker ED, Cecil CAM, Walton E, et al. (2018) Inflammation-related epigenetic risk and child and adolescent mental health: A prospective study from pregnancy to middle adolescence. Development and Psychopathology. 30: 1145-1156
Jensen SKG, Berens AE, Nelson CA. (2017) Effects of poverty on interacting biological systems underlying child development. The Lancet. Child & Adolescent Health. 1: 225-239
Jensen SKG, Pangelinan M, Björnholm L, et al. (2017) Associations between prenatal, childhood, and adolescent stress and variations in white-matter properties in young men. Neuroimage
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