Maggie Yu

Maggie Yu

Senior Research Officer
Australian Institute of Family Studies
Bachelor of Applied Science, Graduate Diploma of Psychology, Master of Public Health, Master of Industrial and Organisational Psychology (Deakin University)

Maggie Yu joined the Institute in January 2014 to work with the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children (LSAC) team. She now works within the Australian Gambling Research Centre (AGRC). Prior to working at AIFS, Maggie worked in the data management team of the Early Home Learning Study (EHLS) project at the Parenting Research Centre from 2011 to 2013.

Selected publications

Warren, D., & Yu, M. (2016) Pubertal status and emotional, school and social functioning in LSAC Annual Statistical Report 2015. Australian Institute of Family Studies, Melbourne.

Yu, M., & Baxter, J. (2016) Australian children's screen time and participation in extracurricular activities in LSAC Annual Statistical Report 2015. Australian Institute of Family Studies, Melbourne.

Maguire, B., & Yu, M. (2015) Transition to secondary school in LSAC Annual Statistical Report 2014. Australian Institute of Family Studies, Melbourne.

Yu, M., & Daraganova, G. (2015) Educational expectations of Australian children and their mothers in LSAC Annual Statistical Report 2014. Australian Institute of Family Studies, Melbourne.

Yu, M., & Daraganova, G. (2015) Children's early home learning environment and learning outcomes in the early years of school in LSAC Annual Statistical Report 2014, Australian Institute of Family Studies, Melbourne.