‘Associations with cognition over time’ – research infographics from the year 12 summer school

Students from schools across London engaged in the CLS Summer Course: “Harnessing the power of longitudinal research for policy impact” for 7 weeks in June and July.

Here, they have interpreted and distilled complex data and research findings into visually eye-catching infographics, designed for non-expert audiences.

This design was created by Priyanka, Zia and Amirah.

Find out more about this research

Goisis, A., Chanfreau J., Moulton V. and Ploubidis B. G. (2023) Only children and cognitive ability in childhood: a cross-cohort analysis over 50 years in the U.K. Population and Development Review, 49 (2), 319-349.

Goisis A, Özcan B, Myrskylä M. (2016) Decline in the negative association between low birth weight and cognitive ability. PNAS, 114(1), 84-88.

Bann, D., Wright, L., Davies, N.M., Moulton, V. (2023) Weakening of the cognition and height association from 1957 to 2018: Findings from four British birth cohort studieseLife, 12:e81099.

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