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Below is a list of citations having Statistical & Econometric Methods (54) as a keyword.

Wimer, Christopher Todd. Successful Childrearing in Diverse Neighborhood Environments: Understanding the Role of Secure, Stable Employment: Harvard University; 2007. Dept: Social Policy
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Education Attainment & Achievement; Gender Differences; Income; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Labor Market & Outcomes; Neighborhoods & Geographic Mobility; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Boisvert, D., Stadler, W., Vaske, J., Wright, J. P., and Nelson, M. The Interconnection Between Intellectual Achievement and Self-Control. Criminal Justice and Behavior. 2013. 40, (1): 80-94.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Children; Life Course; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Fomby, Paula and Sastry, Narayan. Data Collection on Sensitive Topics with Adolescents Using Interactive Voice Response Technology. methods, data, analyses. 2019. 13, (1): 91-110. PMCID: PMC6482824
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


McGonagle, Katherine A., Couper, Mick P., and Schoeni, Robert F. An Experimental Test of a Strategy to Maintain Contact with Families Between Waves of a Panel Study. Survey Practice. 2009. 2, (5): 1-7. PMCID: PMC4399240
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Transition to Adulthood Supplement


Berlin, Lisa J., O'Neal, Collen R., and Brooks-Gunn, Jeanne. Early Childhood Intervention Research. In: Brooks-Gunn, Jeanne, Fuligni, Allison Sidle and Berlin, Lisa J., editors. Early Child Development in the 21st Century. New York and London; Teachers College Press; 2003. p.63-64.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Children; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Sastry, Narayan, Fomby, Paula, and McGonagle, Katherine A. Effects on Panel Attrition and Fieldwork Outcomes from Selection for a Supplemental Study: Evidence from the Panel Study of Income Dynamics. Advances in Longitudinal Survey Methodology. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd; 2021. p.74-99.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Almond, Douglas, Currie, Janet, and Duque, Valentina. Childhood Circumstances and Adult Outcomes: Act II. Journal of Economic Literature. 2018. 56, (4): 1360-1446.
Keywords: Aging; Child Development Supplement; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Life Course; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Teng, Hao. Essays in Applied Microeconomics: University of Rochester; 2018. Dept: Economics
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Education Attainment & Achievement; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Time Use & Home Production


Norris, Sam. Three Essays in Applied Microeconomics: Northwestern University; 2018. Dept: Economics
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Time Use & Home Production


Huang, Jin, Vaughn, Michael G., and Kremer, Kristen P. Breastfeeding and Child Development Outcomes: An Investigation of the Nurturing Hypothesis. Maternal & Child Nutrition. 2016. 12, (4): 757-767. PMCID: PMC5087141
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Education Attainment & Achievement; Food & Nutrition; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Rutchick, Abraham M., Smyth, Joshua M., Lopoo, Leonard M., and Dusek, Jerome B. Great Expectations: The Biasing Effects of Reported Child Behavior Problems on Educational Expectancies and Subsequent Academic Achievement. Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology. 2009. 28, (3): 392-413.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Education Attainment & Achievement; Family Formation & Composition; Income; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Life Course; Racial-Ethnic Differences; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Wellbeing


Kim, Ji Hyun and Torquati, Julia. Does Parental Financial Assistance Assist Young Adults to Be Financially Healthy?: Effects of Parent-Child Relationship Qualities on Financial Outcomes and Happiness. International Journal of Home Economics. 2016. 9, (2): 40-55.
Keywords: Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Transition to Adulthood Supplement; Wealth, Assets & Pensions


Rothwell, D. W., Gariépy, G., Elgar, F. J., and Lach, L. M. Trajectories of Poverty and Economic Hardship Among American Families Supporting a Child with a Neurodisability. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research. 2019. 63, (10): 1273-1284.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Health, Disability & Mortality; Poverty; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Dixon-Roman, Ezekial Juma. The Mystery of Inequity: Modeling the Influence of Intergenerational Access on Intellective Competence: Fordham University; 2007. Dept: Psychology
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Children; Income; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Labor Market & Outcomes; Poverty; Racial-Ethnic Differences; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Wealth, Assets & Pensions


Yuan, Anastasia S. Vogt. Father–Child Relationships and Nonresident Fathers’ Psychological Distress: What Helps and What Hurts? Journal of Family Issues. 2016. 37, (5): 603-621.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Family Formation & Composition; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Wellbeing


McGonagle, Katherine A., Schoeni, Robert F., Couper, Mick P., and Mushtaq, Mohammad. An Incentive Experiment Designed to Increase Response to a Between-Wave Contact Update Mailing in Two Panel Studies. Survey Practice. 2011. 4, (3): 1-5. PMCID: PMC4238181
Keywords: Aging; Child Development Supplement; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Transition to Adulthood Supplement


Rendall, Michael S., Weden, Margaret M., Lau, Christopher, Brownell, Peter, Nazarov, Zafar, and Fernandes, Meenakshi. Evaluation of Bias in Estimates of Early Childhood Obesity from Parent-Reported Heights and Weights. American Journal of Public Health. 2014. 104, (7): 1255-1262. PMCID: PMC4056224
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Health, Disability & Mortality; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Hofferth, Sandra L., Bickham, David S., Brooks-Gunn, Jeanne, Davis-Kean, Pamela E., and Yeung, Wei-Jun Jean. Contributions of Research Based on the PSID Child Development Supplement. The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. 2018. 680, (1): 97-131. PMCID: PMC6550474
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Health, Disability & Mortality; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Time Use & Home Production; Transition to Adulthood Supplement


Creel, Michael and Farell, Montserrat. On the Production of Cognitive Achievement and Gaps in Test Scores. Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics. 2016. 78, (2): 228-247.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Education Attainment & Achievement; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Belli, Robert F., Stafford, Frank P., and Alwin, Duane F. Using Time Diaries to Study Instruction in Schools. In: Knight, Vicki, Connelly, Sean and Freeman, Carla, editors. Calendar and Time Diary: Methods in Life Course Research. Los Angeles-London-New Delphi-Singapore-Washington, DC; Sage Publications, Inc.; 2009. p.175-190.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Education Attainment & Achievement; Life Course; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Time Use & Home Production


Belli, Robert F., Stafford, Frank P., and Alwin, Duane F. Introduction: The Application of Calendar and Time Diary Methods in the Collection of Life Course Data. In: Knight, Vicki, Connelly, Sean and Freeman, Carla, editors. Calendar and Time Diary: Methods in Life Course Research. Los Angeles-London-New Delphi-Singapore-Washington DC; Sage Publications, Inc.; 2009. p.1-12.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Education Attainment & Achievement; Life Course; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Time Use & Home Production


Agostinelli, Francesco. Essays on Children's Skill Formation: Arizona State University; 2018. Dept: Economics
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Education Attainment & Achievement; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Time Use & Home Production


Lahiri, Kajal and Yang, Liu. Estimating Endogenous Ordered Response Panel Data Models with an Application to Income Gradient in Child Health. Sankhya B : The Indian Journal of Statistics. 2020. 1-37.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Health, Disability & Mortality; Income; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Chatterji, Pinka, Kim, Dohyung, and Lahiri, Kajal. Birth Weight and Academic Achievement in Childhood. Health Economics. 2014. 23, (9): 1013-1035.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Education Attainment & Achievement; Health, Disability & Mortality; Racial-Ethnic Differences; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Guo, Sheng. Switching Regression Estimates of The Intergenerational Persistence of Consumption. Economic Inquiry. 2014. 52, (4): 1503-1524.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Mojirsheibani, Majid and Shaw, Crystal. Classification with Incomplete Functional Covariates. Statistics & Probability Letters. 2018. 139, 40-46.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Health, Disability & Mortality; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Neymotin, Florence and Nemzer, Louis R. Linking Autism and Epilepsy. Children's Health Care. 2016. 45, (1): 84-108.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Health, Disability & Mortality; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Gayle, George-Levi, Golan, Limor, and Soytas, Mehmet. Intergenerational Mobility and the Effects of Parental Education, Time Investment, and Income on Children's Educational Attainment. Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Review. 2018. 100, (3): 281-295.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Children; Education Attainment & Achievement; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Time Use & Home Production


Wodtke, Geoffrey T., Alaca, Zahide, and Zhou, Xiang. Regression-with-Residuals Estimation of Marginal Effects: a Method of Adjusting for Treatment-Induced Confounders that may also be Effect Modifiers. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society). 2020. 183, (1): 311-332.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Bures, Regina M., Mueller, Megan Kiely, and Gee, Nancy R. Measuring Human-Animal Attachment in a Large U.S. Survey: Two Brief Measures for Children and Their Primary Caregivers. Frontiers in Public Health. 2019. 7, (107): 1-5.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Children; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Wellbeing


DEPS, National Research Council: CPSMA and. Data -- The Basis For New Knowledge. In: Opportunities, Steering Committee on Research, editors. Fostering Research On the Economic and Social Impacts of Information Technology: Report of a Workshop. National Academies Press; 1998. p.78-100.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Time Use & Home Production; Wealth, Assets & Pensions


Conley, Dalton, Pfeiffer, Kathryn M., and Velez, Melissa. Explaining Sibling Differences in Achievement and Behavioral Outcomes: The Importance of Within- and Between-Family Factors. Social Science Research. 2007. 36, (3): 1087-1104.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Children; Education Attainment & Achievement; Family Formation & Composition; Health, Disability & Mortality; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Life Course; Racial-Ethnic Differences; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Anderson, Nathaniel W., Markowitz, Anna J., Eisenberg, Daniel, Halfon, Neal, Moore, Kristin Anderson, and Zimmerman, Frederick J. The Child and Adolescent Thriving Index 1.0: Developing a Measure of the Outcome Indicators of Well-Being for Population Health Assessment. Child Indicators Research. 2022.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Health, Disability & Mortality; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Transition to Adulthood Supplement; Wellbeing


McGonagle, Katherine A., Couper, Mick P., and Schoeni, Robert F. Keeping Track of Panel Members: An Experimental Test of a Between-Wave Contact Strategy. Journal of Official Statistics. 2011. 27, (2): 319-338. PMCID: PMC3253355
Keywords: Aging; Child Development Supplement; Life Course; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Transition to Adulthood Supplement


Lee, Sang Yoon and Seshadri, Ananth. On the Intergenerational Transmission of Economic Status. Journal of Political Economy. 2019. 127, (2): 855-921.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Life Course; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Arocho, Rachel R. "Expanding Our Horizons:" Longitudinal Development, Expectations of Success, and Uncertainty in Late Adolescent and Young Adult Marital Expectations: The Ohio State University; 2018. Dept: Human Development and Family Science.
Keywords: Family Formation & Composition; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Transition to Adulthood Supplement


West, Kirsten, Hauser, Robert, and Scanlan, Terri M. Longitudinal Surveys of Children Washington, D.C.: National Academies Press; 1998.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Children; Education Attainment & Achievement; International Studies; Neighborhoods & Geographic Mobility; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Time Use & Home Production; Wellbeing


Vartanian, Thomas P. Secondary Datasets. Secondary Data Analysis: Pocket Guides to Social Work Research Methods. Oxford - New York; Oxford University Press, Inc.; 2010. p.23-.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Transition to Adulthood Supplement; Wellbeing


Lee, Sook-Jung, Bartolic, Silvia, and Vandewater, Elizabeth A. Predicting Children's Media Use in the USA: Differences in Cross-Sectional and Longitudinal Analysis. British Journal of Developmental Psychology. 2009. 27, (1): 123-43. PMCID: PMC2761041
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Children; Education Attainment & Achievement; Family Formation & Composition; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Life Course; Neighborhoods & Geographic Mobility; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Time Use & Home Production


Sastry, Narayan, Fomby, Paula, and McGonagle, Katherine. Using the Panel Study of Income Dynamics (PSID) to Conduct Life Course Health Development Analysis. Handbook of Life Course Health Development. Springer; 2018. p.579-599.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Health, Disability & Mortality; Life Course; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


McGonagle, Katherine A., Schoeni, Robert F., and Couper, Mick P. The Effects of a Between-Wave Incentive Experiment on Contact Update and Production Outcomes. Journal of Official Statistics. 2013. 29, (2): 261-276. PMCID: PMC3763831
Keywords: Aging; Child Development Supplement; Life Course; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Transition to Adulthood Supplement


Boisvert, Danielle and Wright, John Paul. Nonshared Environmental Influences On Sibling Differences in Externalizing Problem Behavior. Criminal Justice and Behavior. 2008. 35, (7): 863-878.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Children; Family Formation & Composition; Gender Differences; Health, Disability & Mortality; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Wellbeing


Tijdens, Kea and Dragstra, Anna. How Many Hours Do You Usually Work?: An Analysis of Working Hours Questions in 26 Large-Scale Surveys in Six Countries and the European Union. Time & Society. 2007. 16, (1): 119-130.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; International Studies; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Time Use & Home Production


Friedline, T., Masa, R. D., and Chowa, G. A. N. Transforming Wealth: Using the Inverse Hyperbolic Sine (IHS) and Splines to Predict Youth's Math Achievement. Social Science Research. 2015. 49, 264-287.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Education Attainment & Achievement; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Wealth, Assets & Pensions


Marcoulides, Katerina M. and Grimm, Kevin J. Data Integration Approaches to Longitudinal Growth Modeling. Educational and Psychological Measurement. 2017. 77, (6): 971-989. PMCID: PMC5965650
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Brooks-Gunn, Jeanne, Berlin, Lisa J., Leventhal, Tama, and Fuligni, Allison Sidle. Depending on the Kindness of Strangers: Current National Data Initiatives and Developmental Research. Child Development. 2000. 71, (1): 257-268.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Children; Education Attainment & Achievement; Income; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Belli, Robert F., Stafford, Frank P., and Alwin, Duane F. Timeline Data Collection and Analysis: Time Diary and Event History Calendar Methods. In: Knight, Vicki, Connelly, Sean and Freeman, Carla, editors. Calendar and Time Diary: Methods in Life Course Research. 2009; Sage Publications, Inc.; 2009. p.13-30.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Education Attainment & Achievement; Life Course; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Time Use & Home Production


Belli, Robert F., Stafford, Frank P., and Alwin, Duane F. The Emergence of Calendar Interviewing: A Theoretical and Empirical Rationale. In: Knight, Vicki, Connelly, Sean and Freeman, Carla, editors. Calendar and Time Diary: Methods in Life Course Research. Los Angeles-London-New Delphi-Singapore-Washington DC; Sage Publications, Inc.; 2009. p.31-53.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Education Attainment & Achievement; Life Course; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Time Use & Home Production


Belli, Robert F., Stafford, Frank P., and Alwin, Duane F. Future Directions in Calendar and Time Diary Methods. In: Knight, Vicki, Connelly, Sean and Freeman, Carla, editors. Calendar and Time Diary: Methods in Life Course Research. Los Angeles-London-New Delphi-Singapore-Washington, DC; Sage Publications, Inc.; 2009. p.307-316.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Education Attainment & Achievement; Life Course; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Time Use & Home Production


Curry, Matthew, Mooi-Reci, Irma, and Wooden, Mark. Parental Joblessness and the Moderating Role of a University Degree on the School-to-Work Transition in Australia and the United States. Social Science Research. 2019. 81, 61-76.
Keywords: Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; International Studies; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Transition to Adulthood Supplement


Xu, Shu, Blozis, Shelley A., and Vandewater, Elizabeth A. On Fitting a Multivariate Two-Part Latent Growth Model. Structural Equation Modeling: A Multidisciplinary Journal. 2014. 21, (1): 131-148. PMCID: PMC5761348
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Time Use & Home Production


Arocho, Rachel. Do Expectations of Divorce Predict Union Formation in the Transition to Adulthood? Journal of Marriage and Family. 2019. 81, (4): 979-990.
Keywords: Family Formation & Composition; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Transition to Adulthood Supplement


Halliday, Timothy J. and Mazumder, Bhashkar. An Analysis of Sibling Correlations in Health Using Latent Variable Models. Health Economics. 2017. 26, (12): e108-e125.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Health, Disability & Mortality; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Statistical & Econometric Methods


Olofson, Mark. A New Measurement of Adverse Childhood Experiences Drawn from the Panel Study of Income Dynamics Child Development Supplement. Child Indicators Research. 2018. 11, (2): 629-647.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Health, Disability & Mortality; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Wellbeing