Study Description

Title

ALSPAC Early Years (13 months to 4 years 11 months)

Principal Investigator

Professor Jean Golding

Publisher

University of Bristol

Abstract

ALSPAC questionnaire data based on answers from mother and partner. This gives information about their own health, lifestyle and feelings with child-based data on health and behaviour.

Study website: https://www.bristol.ac.uk/alspac/

LifeStage

Early years

LifeStageDescription

13 months - 4 years 11 months

Coverage

Date
August1992 - November1997
Geographical Coverage Description

The study recruited from the administrative county of Avon as defined at the time.

Highest Level
County
Lowest Level
County
Country
GB-ENG

Funding

Organization

Data

My Infant Son/Daughter

Name

alspac_92_misd

Label

My Infant Son/Daughter

Data Collection Date
-
Mode of Data Collection

Self-administered questionnaire using a traditional paper questionnaire.

My Little Boy/Girl

Name

alspac_93_mlbg

Label

My Little Boy/Girl

Data Collection Date
-
Mode of Data Collection

Self-administered questionnaire using a traditional paper questionnaire.

A Toddler in the House - Partners

Name

alspac_93_atith

Label

A Toddler in the House - Partners

Data Collection Date
-
Mode of Data Collection

Self-administered questionnaire using a traditional paper questionnaire.

Caring for a Toddler

Name

alspac_93_cfat

Label

Caring for a Toddler

Data Collection Date
-
Mode of Data Collection

Self-administered questionnaire using a traditional paper questionnaire.

My Study Son/Daughter

Name

alspac_93_mssd

Label

My Study Son/Daughter

Data Collection Date
January1994 - August1995
Mode of Data Collection

Self-administered questionnaire using a traditional paper questionnaire.

My Three Year Old Boy/Girl

Name

alspac_94_mtyobg

Label

My Three Year Old Boy/Girl

Data Collection Date
-
Mode of Data Collection

Self-administered questionnaire using a traditional paper questionnaire.

Mother's New Questionnaire

Name

alspac_95_mnq

Label

Mother's New Questionnaire

Data Collection Date
-
Mode of Data Collection

Self-administered questionnaire using a traditional paper questionnaire.

My Son/Daughter's Health and Behaviour

Name

alspac_94_msdhab

Label

My Son/Daughter's Health and Behaviour

Data Collection Date
-
Mode of Data Collection

Self-administered questionnaire using a traditional paper questionnaire.

My Young Four Year Old Boy/Girl

Name

alspac_95_myfyobg

Label

My Young Four Year Old Boy/Girl

Data Collection Date
-
Mode of Data Collection

Self-administered questionnaire using a traditional paper questionnaire.

Partner's Health Events and Feelings

Name

alspac_94_pheaf

Label

Partner's Health Events and Feelings

Data Collection Date
-
Mode of Data Collection

Self-administered questionnaire using a traditional paper questionnaire.

Your Health Events and Feelings

Name

alspac_94_yheaf

Label

Your Health Events and Feelings

Data Collection Date
-
Mode of Data Collection

Self-administered questionnaire using a traditional paper questionnaire.

Development and Health of My Son/Daughter

Name

alspac_95_dahomsd

Label

Development and Health of My Son/Daughter

Data Collection Date
-
Mode of Data Collection

Self-administered questionnaire using a traditional paper questionnaire.

Boy/Girl Toddler

Name

alspac_92_bgt

Label

Boy/Girl Toddler

Instruments
Data Collection Date
-
Mode of Data Collection

Self-administered questionnaire using a traditional paper questionnaire.

Partner's New Questionnaire

Name

alspac_95_pnq

Label

Partner's New Questionnaire

Data Collection Date
-
Mode of Data Collection

Self-administered questionnaire using a traditional paper questionnaire.

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