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Longitudinal and Life Course Studies favourites of 2020

We wanted to share some of our readers' favourite content that you might have missed. Please enjoy free access to some of our most read and highly cited articles, along with some of our editors’ top articles from recent issues.  

All articles below are free to access until 31 December 2020

Most Read of 2019

Social inequalities in educational attainment: The changing impact of parents' social class, social status, education and family income, England 1986 and 2010
Nicola Pensiero and Ingrid Schoon

An introduction to the Longitudinal Surveys of Australian Youth (LSAY)
John Moore and Ronnie Semo

Overweight and obesity in childhood and adolescence: findings from the UK Millennium Cohort Study, up to age 14
Benedetta Pongiglione and Emla Fitzsimons

Reconstructing the mixed mechanisms of health: the role of bio- and sociomarkers
Virginia Ghiara and Federica Russo

The Russian panel study 'Trajectories in Education and Careers'
Valeriya Malik

Ones to Watch

Generations and Gender Survey study profile
Anne Gauthier, Susana Laia Farinha Cabaço and Tom Emery

Living Situations and Social Support in the Era of Extended Foster Care: A View from the U.S.
Nathanael Okpych, Huiling Feng et al.

Young people and the Great Recession: Variations in the school-to-work transition in Europe and the United States
Ingrid Schoon and John Bynner

The Russian panel study 'Trajectories in Education and Careers'
Valeriya Malik

Reconstructing the mixed mechanisms of health: the role of bio- and sociomarkers
Virginia Ghiara and Federica Russo

The long-term effects of time use during high school on positive development
Jasper Tjaden, Dominique Rolando, Jennifer Doty and Jeylan Mortimer

Highly Cited

The biology of inequalities in health: the LIFEPATH project
Paolo Vineis, Mauricio Avendano-Pabon et al.

A socio-ecological model of agency: The role of structure and agency in shaping education and employment transitions in England
Ingrid Schoon and Mark Lyons-Amos

Longitudinal methods for life course research: A comparison of sequence analysis, latent class growth models, and multi-state event history models for studying partnership transitions
Julia Mikolai and Mark Lyons-Amos

Comparing methods of classifying life courses: Sequence Analysis and Latent Class Analysis
Yu Han, Aart C. Liefbroer and Cees H. Elzinga

The impact of parental employment trajectories on children's early adult education and employment trajectories in the Finnish Birth Cohort 1987
Pasi Haapakorva, Tiina Ristikari and Mika Gissler

TREE (Transitions from Education to Employment): A Swiss Multi-Cohort Survey
Andres Gomensoro and Thomas Meyer

MatCH (Mothers and their Children's Health) Profile: Offspring of the 1973-78 Cohort of the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health
Gita D. Mishra, Katrina Moss et al.

Editors' Choice 

Free to read until 31 January 
Child maltreatment (neglect and abuse) in the 1958 birth cohort: an overview of associations with developmental trajectories and long-term outcomes
Chris Power, Leah Li and Snehal M. Pinto Pereira

Life-course social class is associated with later-life diabetes prevalence in women: evidence from the Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing
Siobhan Leahy, Mark Canney, Siobhan Scarlett, Rose Anne Kenny and Cathal McCrory

Socio-demographic and maternal health indicators of inhibitory control in preschool age children: evidence from Growing Up in New Zealand
Jude Buckley, Elizabeth R. Peterson, Lisa Underwood, Stephanie D’Souza, Susan M.B. Morton and Karen E Waldie

See also: Volume 10, Number 1, January 2019 our free sample issue.


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