New CLS Working Papers published
2 July 2008
Data from the National Child Development Study have enabled researchers to produce four new studies.
Data from the National Child Development Study have enabled researchers to produce four new studies on single-sex schooling, the influence of families on children’s reading and maths skills, employment status and occupations in the 1990s, and hearing impairment in middle age.
The research reports are the latest additions to the Working Papers series published by the Centre for Longitudinal Studies. The new papers, which can be downloaded free of charge from the CLS website, are:
Sullivan, A., Joshi, H. and Leonard, D. (2008) Single-sex Schooling and Academic Attainment at School and through the Lifecourse.
Michael, R. T. (2008) Children’s Reading and Math Skills: The Influence of Family Caring.
Guinea-Martin, D. and Elliott, J. (2008) Economic position and occupational segregation in the 1990s: A comparison of the ONS Longitudinal Study and the 1958 National Child Development Study.
Ecob, R. (2008) Optimal modelling of hearing impairment in middle age in relation to hearing in childhood as measured by audiograms.
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