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DATENEWS
16-Dec-21 Panel Study of Income Dynamics News - December 2021

New data are now available within the PSID Data Center and zip packages, as well as new early release and restricted data files.

2019 Transition into Adulthood Supplement (TAS-2019)
The initial final release of the TAS-2019 data file is now available in the PSID Data Center. The TAS-2019 sample includes 2,595 young adults ages 18-28 years in PSID families. An updated User Guide, Questionnaire, and Codebook are also available.

TAS-2019 Restricted Data Files
Final releases of TAS-2019 restricted data files are now available under restricted contract. The updated files include IPEDS School Identifiers, College Major, Criminal Justice Exposure, Ethnicity, Gender Identity, and Urbanicity. More information about how to apply for the restricted data is available here.

PSID-2019 Geocode Match Restricted Data Files
The PSID-2019 Geocode Match restricted data files are available under restricted contract. Geospatial data below state level including County, ZIP code, Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA), Core Base Statistical Area (CBSA), Census place, tract, block group, and block are available from 1968-2019.

CDS-2014 Genomic Data Early Release File
An early release of the CDS-2014 genomic data is now available. There are three data components: polygenic scores for social, psychological, and health outcomes; a restricted file that describes pairwise genetic relatedness; and genetic sequence data in the form of a Variant Call Format data file that is available to users whose application is approved by PSID.

29-Mar-21 Panel Study of Income Dynamics News - March 2021

New data are now available within the PSID Data Center and zip packages, as well as upcoming events and opportunities.

2019 PSID Main Interview Data
Wave 41 of the PSID has been released for 9,569 families and 26,084 individuals collected between March-December 2019, including the Parent Identification File, Marriage History File, Childbirth and Adoption History File, and Pregnancy Intentions File. Please see our Data Highlights for an overview.

2019 Child Development Supplement – Early Release File
The early release CDS-2019 (release 1) sample includes 4,606 children ages 0-17 years in PSID families. The early release file contains 4 SAS data sets and the questionnaire. These files are preliminary and observations and values may change before final and complete files are released.

2019 Transition into Adulthood Supplement – Early Release File v2
The early release TAS-2019 (release 2) sample includes 2,595 young adults ages 18-28 years in PSID families. The file contains 1 SAS data set and the questionnaire. The SAS file includes all public release data collected except for data about employment. This file is preliminary and observations and values may change before final and complete files are released.

PSID Data User Workshop - June 14-18, 2021
PSID will offer a virtual training workshop covering the content and design of PSID & its supplemental studies and provide hands-on lab sessions to construct analytic data files. Applications are due April 16th, 2021.

19-Feb-21 PSID Data User Training Workshop

June 14-18, 2021, VIRTUAL workshop hosted by ICPSR, University of Michigan
This virtual five-day workshop will orient participants to the content and structure of the Panel Study of Income Dynamics, its special topics modules, and the PSID Child Development Supplement and PSID Transition into Adulthood Supplement. The workshop pairs instructional sessions led by experienced PSID researchers and staff with guided lab sessions in which users construct their own analytic data files. The virtual workshop will be held 10am-4pm EDT each day. Activities will be divided between recorded lecture content and live (virtual classroom) discussion and labs, allowing ample time for breaks. Additional office hours will be available to allow participants to meet with instructors individually. Course management will be through Canvas and class meetings will be held on Zoom. The workshop is open to predoctoral students, postdoctoral fellows, college and university faculty, and professional researchers. Applications received by April 16 will be given priority for enrollment. There is a $100 workshop enrollment fee for admitted participants.

Learn more about the workshop and apply to participate through the ICPSR Summer Program at https://cvent.me/ZbbOPa.

Support is provided by the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute on Child Health and Human Development, the National Institute on Aging, and the National Science Foundation.