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CDS-II Early Results Workshop: June 24-25, 2005
CDS-II Early Results Workshop: June 24-25, 2005 Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI. The Survey Research Center of the Institute for Social Research at the University of Michigan is hosting a two-day workshop to highlight new empirical research focusing on the recently released Child Development Supplement.
Crosnoe, Robert, and Jenny Trinitapoli. 2005. Parent-Child Activities and the Transition into Adolescence.
Davis-Kean, Pamela E., Holly R. Sexton, and Katherine A. Magnuson. 2005. How Does Parents’ Education Level Influence Parenting and Children’s Achievement?
Davis, Mathew M., and Achamyeleh Gebremariam. 2005. Factors Associated with Five-Year Trends in Childhood Weight Status: Panel Study of Income Dynamics, Child Development Supplement Waves I and II (DRAFT)
Harris, Angel and Jacquelynne S. Eccles. 2005. Relation between Sport/Exercise Participation and Other Indicators of Healthy Adolescent Development.
Hofferth, Sandra L., and Sally Curtin. 2005. Sports Participation and Child Overweight: 1997-2002.
Jayakody, Rukmalie. 2005. Time With Children: Is More Always Better?
Kalil, Ariel and Kathleen M. Zoil-Guest. 2005. Family income levels, stability, and trends over the course of childhood: Links to behavior, achievement, and health in early adolescence.
Keyes, Corey L. M. 2005. Mental Health in the CDS Youth: Is America’s Youth Flourishing?
Linver, Miriam R., Jeanne Brooks-Gunn, and Jodie L. Roth. 2005. Children’s Homework Time—Do Parents’ Investments Make a Difference? (DRAFT)
Vandewater, Elizabeth A., and Xuan Huang. 2005. The Influence of Parental Weight Status on the Relationship between Television Viewing and Childhood Overweight.
Weinshenker, Matthew. 2005. A Matter Of Timing: Age At Transition To Parenthood and Father Involvement.
Yeung, W. Jean, and Kathryn M. Pfeiffer. 2005. The Black-White Test Score Gap: Lessons form the Panel Study of Income Dynamics.
Chiteji, Nagina S. 2005. Wealth and the Extended Family: Evidence from the 2002 Child Development Supplement (CDS) and the Panel Study of Income Dynamics (PSID).
Desha, Laura, et al. 2005. How is Children’s Time Use Related to Depressive Symptoms?
Farell, Montserrat, et al. 2005. The Econometric Model: A flexible value added education production function.
Glauber, R and W. Jean Yeung. 2005. The Effect of Grandparent Care on Children's Developmental Outcomes.
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