Author Archives: Stuart Bultitude

Read: New Blog

Read a blog from ScotCen researcher Eilidh Currie on GUS’s achievements in 2017. 

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New findings: Patterns of Maternal Employment and Barriers to Paid Work

This report uses data from the Growing Up in Scotland (GUS) longitudinal study to investigate the employment patterns …read more

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Data Available: Birth Cohort 2, Sweep 2

Data from the second sweep of GUS Birth Cohort 2 (6,000 children born 2010/11) is now available from …read more

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New findings: Physical activity levels amongst 10-11 year olds in Scotland

The Scottish Government has published a new report ‘Objectively measured physical activity levels of Scottish children: analysis from …read more

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New findings: Father-child relationships and child socio-emotional wellbeing

A new report published by the Scottish Government explores the quality of father-child relationships as perceived by children …read more

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New findings – Language development and enjoyment of reading: impacts of early parent-child activities in two Growing Up in Scotland cohorts

A new report published by the Scottish Government explores the relationships between parent-child activities and language development and …read more

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Our latest newsletter

All the latest news, publications and events in GUS News May 2016

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Questionnaire development workshop

We are pleased to announce that ScotCen Social Research have been commissioned to undertake another round of face …read more

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Have you been asked to complete an on-line questionnaire?

GUS Birth Cohort 1 Parents Questionnaire 2017 We have answered some of the questions you may have about …read more

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Launch of teachers’ survey

Around one third of the older children taking part in GUS have recently started Primary 6, and we are …read more

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