Key issues for longitudinal research design: Lessons from the Growing Up in Scotland study. Paul Bradshaw. Definitions of longitudinal research. In the broadest sense longitudinal research involves the follow up of any set of entities in which changes can be observed over time. Individuals
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Key issues for longitudinal research design:Lessons from the Growing Up in Scotland study
Follow-up intervals of selected UK child cohort studies
GUS: Sources of data
(Also known as: duration analysis; survival analysis; failure time; duration economics; hazard modelling)