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This work was supported by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant MH097767 to G.H., NIH grant 5T32 MH093311-09 to K.B., and NIH grant F32 MH125504 to C.J.B. G.M.S. was supported by grant #OPR21101 from the California Initiative to Advance Precision Medicine and by contract #21-10317 from the Office of the California Surgeon General and California Department of Health Care Services, which supports the UCLA-UCSF ACEs Aware Family Resilience Network. These organizations had no role in designing or planning this study; in collecting, analyzing, or interpreting the data; in writing the article; or in deciding to submit this article for publication.
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The authors report no biomedical financial interests or potential conflicts of interest.
1 Neither baseline age (p = .728, 95% CIb [- 0.03, 0.04]) nor baseline RewP (p = .954, 95% CIb [- 0.01, 0.01]) interacted with lifetime stressor exposure to predict RewP at follow up.
2 Neither baseline age (p = .367, 95% CIb [- 0.03, 0.09]) nor baseline RewP (p = .859, 95% CIb [- 0.02, 0.02]) interacted with lifetime acute stressor exposure to predict RewP at follow up.