New research based on three British birth cohorts shows link between childhood socioeconomic position and mid-life cognition is partially explained by education and occupation.
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15,000 more variables including 5,000 COVID-19 related have been added to CLOSER Discovery in its latest update.
Four new animations on longitudinal data analysis have been added to the CLOSER Learning Hub to help students and newcomers to longitudinal research understand when and how to use different statistical techniques.
Read our latest Policy alert for information on new Areas of Research Interests and the Rebuilding a Resilient Britain project.
Our latest Policy Alert focuses on the Lords Science and Technology Committee’s Ageing inquiry report which highlights the importance of long-term funding for longitudinal population studies and their role in helping to understand health inequalities in older adults.
The ESRC is seeking to recruit up to 19 new members for the Strategic Advisory Network (SAN), to provide credible advice and strategic insight into ESRC policy and programme development.
CLOSER has published the seventh issue of our COVID-19 Update Bulletin featuring the latest developments from the longitudinal research community.
The Southampton Women’s Survey is launching a new COVID-19 survey to examine how the pandemic and subsequent UK lockdowns are affecting the study participants.
A new report published by the Department of Education shows the ‘London Effect’ – the increased progress and attainment of pupils in London compared to the rest of England.