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|Longitudinal Study:||LSAC||Title:||The Development and Validation of Australian Indices of Child Development-Part II: Validity Support.||Authors:||Misson, S
|Issue Date:||Dec-2010||Pages:||293-312||Abstract:||The Longitudinal Study of Australian Children is a major study on child development, following two cohorts of 5,000 children each: infants aged 3-9 months at the beginning of the study and preschool children aged 4-5 years. A previous article described the development of outcome indices for the study, which feature 16 measures over three domains: health and physical development, social and emotional functioning, and learning competency. This article presents evidence from Wave 1 of the study to support the validity of the indices.||Keywords:||Child Development||Research collection:||Journal Articles
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