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As part of the Baltimore Longitudinal Study of Aging, 126 participants underwent yearly magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to track brain changes for up to 10 years.
A longitudinal study, carried out over say eight to ten years, is expensive and people drop out, so we will have to consider whether there is another way.
Foster children's family relationships were one of the themes in a longitudinal study, starting with a disadvantaged group of children, 0-4 years of age when taken into care and placed in a children's home in Sweden.
Furthermore, in the Chicago Longitudinal Study, Reynolds (2004) and colleagues have been studying the effects of early childhood intervention on student outcomes since 1986.
htm The Educational Longitudinal Study (ELS) is a longitudinal survey that follows educational transitions of 10th grade students from high school and beyond.
The earliest studies include a 37-year longitudinal study of students in the High/Scope Educational Research Foundation Perry Preschool, a 15-year longitudinal study of students in Chicago Child-Parent Centers, and the Abecedarian Early Childhood Education project in middle class Chapel Hill.
Peterson's (2006a) 12-year longitudinal study of a gifted survivor of multiple traumas found impact on both social and emotional development and academic performance, but the subject's intelligence and ability to engage support from others, including counselors, were factors of resilience.
Measuring the actual effect of adherence on virologic and resistance outcomes in HIV-infected injection drug users (IDUs): A longitudinal study.
The American Psychological Association weighed in on this debate with a 15-year longitudinal study of 329 youths.
at the early childhood level--the Early Childhood Longitudinal Study (ECLS), with birth and kindergarten cohorts (the latter of which plans to follow children into high school);
The Avon Longitudinal Study of Parents and Children showed that young smokers tended to have sons who were fat by age nine.
A longitudinal study now shows that prenatal exposure may provide the fundamental window for asthma susceptibility linked to DDT [EHP 113:1787-1790].

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