Inspiring examples include a Harvard longitudinal study
decoding keys to a healthy life (Powell 2012), or a Bertelsmann Foundation study monitoring political and economic transformation.
In the Simmons Longitudinal Study
, Reinherz and team members have followed nearly 400 participants from age five to assess developmental milestones and identify mental health problems (Reinherz et al.
A longitudinal study
of post-high-school development in gifted individuals at risk for poor educational outcomes.
at the secondary school level--the Education Longitudinal Study
of 2002 (ELS:2002) (10th-grade cohort) as well as the earlier National Longitudinal Study
of the High School Class of 1972 (NLS:72) (12th-grade cohort), High School and Beyond Longitudinal Study
(HS&B) (10th- and 12th-grade cohorts), and National Education Longitudinal Study
of 1988 (NELS:88) (8th-grade cohort); and
A 15-year longitudinal study
of Chicago's Parent-Child Centers found participants to have a high school completion rate 29 percent higher than those in a comparison group of non-attenders.
A longitudinal study
now shows that prenatal exposure may provide the fundamental window for asthma susceptibility linked to DDT [EHP 113:1787-1790].
In reporting the findings of a longitudinal study
following graduates from a higher degree program it is these professional career development activities that are of primary interest to the researchers.
During the assent/consent process, each participant was told that the purpose of the longitudinal study
was to investigate through the words of the students their life experiences, particularly as they related to the goals of the GEAR UP project (i.
This study used data from the National Educational Longitudinal Study
of 1988, This study administered three types of questionnaires per student (student, parent, and teacher).
To take a fresh look at the gap and its sources, we examined a new data set, the Early Childhood Longitudinal Study
Kindergarten Cohort, compiled by the U.
The effectiveness of that approach was revealed last March in a new National Longitudinal Study
of Adolescent Health.
The sample consisted of 104 children and adolescents with Type 1 diabetes and one or both of their parents who were recruited to participate in a longitudinal study
whose results have not yet been published.