This paper examines three cohorts of parents who had separated in different periods after the reforms.
Each year, AIFS’ research findings are published in numerous Australian and international journals and mastheads. Below are some of our recent articles. For a more comprehensive listing, see our Library Catalogue.
The impact of exposure to wagering advertisements and inducements on intended and actual betting expenditure: An ecological momentary assessment study
This article looks at the impact of marketing messaging on regular sports and race bettors.
Online peer support programs for young people with a parent who has a mental illness: Service providers’ perspectives
This paper explores service providers’ perspectives on Victorian peer support programs strengths and weaknesses of online approaches to peer support.
The relationship between parent drinking and adolescent drinking: Differences for mothers and fathers and boys and girls
This paper found that both mothers’ and fathers’ heavy episodic drinking significantly increased the likelihood of adolescent drinking.
This study examined exposure to wagering advertisements and inducements among regular bettors and by gambler risk group.
Depression and anxiety in adolescent and young adult offenders: A longitudinal study from 13 to 32 years using the Australian Temperament Project
This article analyses the mental health profiles of different groups of offenders from adolescence to early adulthood.
The Building a New Life in Australia (BNLA) Dataset: A Longitudinal Study of Humanitarian Migrants in Australia
The article outlines the main characteristics of the study and provides an overview of the measures available and their potential uses.
Cohort Profile: Building a New Life in Australia (BNLA): The longitudinal study of humanitarian migrants
This article describes the cohort profile of the Building a New Life in Australia (BNLA) study.