Examines the peer relationships of Australian Children around mid-adolescence and the influence of these friendships on attitudes and behaviour.
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This chapter provides a description of how young people are faring in relation to eating problems at 14–15 years of age.
This chapter describes changes in the housing experiences of children who have moved house and the impact of family separation on housing experiences.
This chapter uses data collected between 2004 and 2014 to provide a snapshot of how health care services are used.
Summary of the Family Wellbeing Study commissioned by the Australian Government Department of Defence and Department of Veterans’ Affairs.
Part 2 of the Family Wellbeing study was designed to investigate how families manage the transition of ADF members into civilian life.
The Family Wellbeing Study examined the wellbeing of families of ADF members, transitioned ADF members and reservists.
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.
An overview of out-of-home care statistics in Australia
National survey of FaRS-funded service providers: Overview of services and service provider perspectives
This Research Report aims to share participants’ strategies and approaches for identifying and responding to local community needs.