CAP and NICAP: Psychosocial wellbeing

Relevant LifeCourse Constructs Year 2011-2012 2013-2014 2014-2016 2014-2016 2016-2017 2016-2017 2018-2019 2018-2019
Wave 1 (CAP) 2 (CAP) 3 (CAP) 3a (NICAP) 4 (CAP) 4a (NICAP) 5 (CAP) 5a (NICAP)
Age 7 years 8.5 years 10 years 10 years 11.5 years 11.5 years 13 years 13 years
N Total: 497
Cases: 179
Controls: 212
High risk: 100
Total: 485
Cases: 206
Controls: 174
High risk: 83
Total: 481
Cases: 167
Controls: 192
High risk: 80
Total: 122
Cases: 59
Controls: 54
High risk: 6
Total: 122
Cases: 59
Controls: 54
High risk: 6
Total: 122
Cases: 59
Controls: 54
High risk: 6
Emotional adjustment P:CAARS P P:CAARS P P:CAARS P P:CAARS P P:CAARS P
Emotional wellbeing P:LSAC M
Level of optimism S:ATSS I P:LOT-R P S:ATSS I P:LOT-R P S:ATSS I S:ATSS I S:ATSS I S:ATSS I
Life events P:LTE P P:LTE P P:LTE P P:LTE P P:LTE P P:LTE P
Prosocial behaviour P:SDQ I T:SDQ I P:SDQ I T:SDQ I P:SEQ I T:SEQ I P:SDQ I T:SDQ I P:SEQ I T:SEQ I P:SDQ I T:SDQ I P:SEQ I T:SEQ I P:SDQ I P:SEQ I P:SDQ I P:SEQ I P:SDQ I P:SDQ I
Psychosocial functioning P:SDQ I T:SDQ I P:PedsQL 4.0 I P:SDQ I T:SDQ I P:PedsQL 4.0 I P:SDQ I T:SDQ I P:PedsQL 4.0 I P:SDQ I T:SDQ I P:PedsQL 4.0 I P:SDQ I P:PedsQL 4.0 I P:SDQ I P:PedsQL 4.0 I P:SDQ I P:PedsQL 4.0 I P:SDQ I P:PedsQL 4.0 I
Quality of Life P:PedsQL 4.0 I P:PedsQL 4.0 I P:PedsQL 4.0 I P:PedsQL 4.0 I P:PedsQL 4.0 I P:PedsQL 4.0 I P:PedsQL 4.0 I P:PedsQL 4.0 I
Self-esteem S:SPPC-GSW I
Sense of identity P:CAARS P P:CAARS P P:CAARS P P:CAARS P P:CAARS P
Social skills O:SCQ I O:CELF-4 I O:SCQ I O:SCQ I O:CELF-4 I O:SCQ I O:CELF-4 I O:SCQ I O:CELF-4 I O:CELF-4 I

Featured measurements

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B
= Biosample collected
BA
= Biosample analysis
L
= Data linkage
N
= Nurse completed questionnaire
O
= Observation or direct assessment
Of
= Offspring completed questionnaire
P
= Parent/guardian completed questionnaire
Pe
= Peer completed questionnaire
R
= Records abstraction
S
= Self (primary participant) completed questionnaire
T
= Teacher completed questionnaire
X
= Other source
X F
= Pertains to father
X Fam
= Pertains to family
X G
= Pertains to grandparent(s)
X I
= Pertains to primary participant
X IP
= Pertains to partner
X M
= Pertains to mother
X O
= Pertains to offspring
X P
= Pertains to parent/guardian(s)
X Pe
= Pertains to peers
X Si
= Pertains to sibling(s)
X T
= Pertains to teacher(s)
X X
= Pertains to other reportees

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