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Information about age 14/15 online and telephone surveys – summer 2020

Due to the Coronavirus outbreak all face-to-face interviewing has been stopped. To allow us to continue the study, …read more

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Still to take part in the age 14 survey? We’re changing our approach…

Due to the coronavirus outbreak, all interviewer home visits on GUS and other surveys have been stopped. But …read more

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Article based on GUS data nominated for prestigious award

A journal article which presented findings from analysis of GUS data was nominated for a prestigious research award.  …read more

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Life at age 12: initial findings from the Growing up in Scotland study

This report presents some initial findings about the lives of 12-year-old children living in Scotland, using data collected …read more

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New report: Changes in Language Ability over the Primary School Years

This report drew on measures of language ability which were gathered from children participating in the Growing Up …read more

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New briefing: Children’s social and emotional wellbeing

This briefing summarises findings from three papers using data from the Growing Up in Scotland (GUS) study to …read more

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New report: Factors associated with adverse childhood experiences in Scottish children: a prospective cohort study

Adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) have been associated with a range of poorer health and social outcomes throughout the …read more

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New report: Overweight and Obesity at Age 10

Study published by the Scottish Government which investigates trajectories of overweight and obesity during the primary school years …read more

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GUS Annual Newsletter

We’ve released our annual newsletter to GUS families, providing a summary of all that’s been achieved in the …read more

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New report: the relationship between sweetened beverage consumption and the risk of obesity in children

A new report has been published in Pediatric Obesity, focusing on GUS data around the relationship between sweetened …read more

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