Research Projects Using Growing Up Data

On these pages you can search for research projects using Growing Up in New Zealand data.   We've tried to include all current and previous projects which use the data, but this list may not be exhaustive. 

Year:
2019
Access Type:
Internal
Primary Classification:
Health and Wellbeing
Secondary Classification:
Psych and Cog
Year:
2019
Access Type:
Internal
Primary Classification:
Health and Wellbeing
Secondary Classification:
SCONE
Year:
2019
Access Type:
Internal
Primary Classification:
Health and Wellbeing
Secondary Classification:
Psych and Cog
Year:
2019
Access Type:
Internal
Primary Classification:
Health and Wellbeing
Year:
2019
Access Type:
Internal
Primary Classification:
Family and Whanau
Secondary Classification:
Psych and Cog
Year:
2018
Access Type:
External
Primary Classification:
Education
Secondary Classification:
Health and Wellbeing
Year:
2018
Access Type:
Internal
Primary Classification:
Family and Whanau
Year:
2018
Access Type:
Internal
Primary Classification:
Psych and Cog
Secondary Classification:
SCONE
Year:
2018
Access Type:
External
Primary Classification:
Family and Whanau
Secondary Classification:
Psych and Cog
Year:
2018
Access Type:
Internal
Primary Classification:
SCONE
Year:
2018
Access Type:
Internal
Primary Classification:
Family and Whanau
Secondary Classification:
Psych and Cog
Year:
2018
Access Type:
External
Primary Classification:
Culture and Identity
Secondary Classification:
Psych and Cog
Year:
2018
Access Type:
Internal
Primary Classification:
Psych and Cog
Year:
2018
Access Type:
Internal
Primary Classification:
Family and Whanau
Secondary Classification:
Health and Wellbeing
Year:
2018
Access Type:
External
Primary Classification:
Family and Whanau
Secondary Classification:
Psych and Cog, SCONE
Year:
2018
Access Type:
Internal
Primary Classification:
Health and Wellbeing
Year:
2018
Access Type:
External
Primary Classification:
Family and Whanau
Secondary Classification:
Health and Wellbeing, Psych and Cog
Year:
2018
Access Type:
Internal
Primary Classification:
Culture and Identity
Secondary Classification:
Health and Wellbeing
Year:
2018
Access Type:
External
Primary Classification:
Culture and Identity
Secondary Classification:
Psych and Cog
Year:
2018
Access Type:
External
Primary Classification:
Health and Wellbeing
Year:
2018
Access Type:
Internal
Primary Classification:
Health and Wellbeing
Secondary Classification:
Psych and Cog
Year:
2018
Access Type:
Internal
Primary Classification:
Education
Secondary Classification:
Family and Whanau, Psych and Cog
Year:
2018
Access Type:
External
Primary Classification:
Culture and Identity
Secondary Classification:
SCONE
Year:
2018
Access Type:
Internal
Primary Classification:
Psych and Cog
Year:
2018
Access Type:
Internal
Primary Classification:
Health and Wellbeing
Secondary Classification:
Psych and Cog
Year:
2018
Access Type:
External
Primary Classification:
Health and Wellbeing
Secondary Classification:
SCONE
Year:
2018
Access Type:
Internal
Primary Classification:
Health and Wellbeing
Year:
2018
Access Type:
External
Primary Classification:
Family and Whanau
Year:
2018
Access Type:
Internal
Primary Classification:
Culture and Identity
Year:
2017
Access Type:
External
Primary Classification:
Health and Wellbeing
The study will investigate adherence to the nutritional guidelines for New Zealand infants.
Year:
2017
Access Type:
Internal
Primary Classification:
Family and Whanau
Secondary Classification:
Psych and Cog
The role of the father in promoting healthy child development is becoming increasingly highlighted among research psychologists. Both the presence and engagement of a father (or father-figure) with regard to child-rearing and play has been shown to influence the offspring’s behaviour, cognition and socioemotional outcomes...
Year:
2017
Access Type:
Internal
Primary Classification:
Culture and Identity
Secondary Classification:
Family and Whanau
Fathers play a significant role in the lives of children. With a significant percentage of Asian fathers being migrants, further attention needs to be given to the challenges and strengths of fathers in NZ and what policies and services would best respond to the needs of a diverse mix of fathers in NZ....
Year:
2017
Access Type:
Internal
Primary Classification:
Health and Wellbeing
Compared to other developed countries, New Zealand has one of the highest rates of serious skin infections; particularly among children. Childhood skin infection hospitalisation rates have doubled since 1990. The reasons for this and the mechanisms by which environmental exposures lead to increased rates of skin infection remain unknown...
Year:
2017
Access Type:
Internal
Primary Classification:
Education
Year:
2017
Access Type:
External
Primary Classification:
Health and Wellbeing
Secondary Classification:
Psych and Cog
The aims of this project is to examine the temporal trends in the duration and type of screen usage at 2 years, 45 months (3.75 years) and 54 months (4.5 years) in the Growing Up in New Zealand cohort....
Year:
2017
Access Type:
Internal
Primary Classification:
Psych and Cog
In a series of studies, we will explore the main determinants of cognitive functioning among 4.5 year-old NZ children. In this regard, cognition refers to language, motor and numerical ability, as well as working memory and inhibitory control. We will first describe the data and its associations with early childhood and ....
Year:
2017
Access Type:
Internal
Primary Classification:
Culture and Identity
Secondary Classification:
Family and Whanau
This paper looks at the health and development of Asian children growing up in NZ, birth- two years...