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Family Matters No. 68 - September 2004

Australian Temperament Project (ATP)

Where to now for the ATP Study?
Diana Smart

Abstract

An update is provided about the Australian Temperament Project (ATP), which commenced in 1983 with a cohort of children aged four-eight months, and has collected thirteen waves of data by mail surveys over the first 20 years of life. Future directions are discussed, and a sub-study planned to commence later in 2004 described, the Generation 2 Study, which will focus on ATP participants who are now having children of their own.

 

An update is provided about the Australian Temperament Project (ATP), which commenced in 1983 with a cohort of children aged four-eight months, and has collected thirteen waves of data by mail surveys over the first 20 years of life. Future directions are discussed, and a sub-study planned to commence later in 2004 described, the Generation 2 Study, which will focus on ATP participants who are now having children of their own.

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