National Child Development Study: Age 50, Sweep 8, 2008-2009

Institute Of Education University Of London
The <I>National Child Development Study</I> (NCDS) originated in the <I>Perinatal Mortality Survey</I> (see SN 5565), which examined social and obstetric factors associated with still birth and infant mortality among over 17,000 babies born in Britain in one week in March 1958. Surviving members of this birth cohort have been surveyed on eight further occasions in order to monitor their changing health, education, social and economic circumstances - in 1965 at age 7, 1969 at age...
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