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Research outputs: BIRTH TO TEN NOW BIRTH TO TWENTY (BT20)
2017 An analysis of retrospective and repeat prospective reports of adverse childhood experiences from the South African Birth to Twenty Plus cohort
Most studies rely on cross-sectional retrospective reports from adult samples to collect information about adverse childhood experiences (AC...Download this report
2015 Early sexual debut: voluntary or coerced?: evidence from longitudinal data in South Africa: the Birth to Twenty Plus study
Early sexual debut, voluntary or coerced, increases risks to sexual and reproductive health. Sexual coercion is increasingly receiving atte...Download this report
2015 Predictive power of psychometric assessments to identify young learners in need of early intervention: data from the Birth to Twenty Plus Cohort, South Africa
The use of psychometric assessments during early childhood to predict children's later outcomes is vital for early intervention. This study ...
2014 The association between stunting and psychosocial development among preschool children: a study using the South African Birth to Twenty cohort data
A large literature in developing countries finds a strong association between stunting in early childhood and educational attainment and/or...Download this report