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Correction
May 2003

Sequelae of Infant Colic: Evidence of Transient Infant Distress and Absence of Lasting Effects on Maternal Mental Health—Correction

Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. 2003;157(5):486. doi:10.1001/archpedi.157.5.486

Error in Figure Legend. In the Article by Clifford et al titled "Sequelae of Infant Colic: Evidence of Transient Infant Distress and Absence of Lasting Effects on Maternal Mental Health," published in the December 2002 issue of the ARCHIVES (2002;156:1183-1188), an error occurred in the legend to Figure 2 on page 1185. That legend should have read as follows: "Cry/fuss distribution at 3 months of age for 320 infants. Minutes per week represent total minutes of crying and fussing during the 12th week of life (mean, 400.5 minutes; SD, 280.6 minutes)." The journal regrets the error.

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