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Faltering in linear growth and neurobehavioural development during early childhood
are often assumed to have common causes because of their consistent association. This
notion has contributed to a global focus on the promotion of nutrition during pregnancy
and childhood to improve both conditions. Our aim was to assess whether effects of
interventions on linear growth are associated with effects on developmental scores
and to quantify these associations.