Dataset Relative Age Effect



Data related to “Relative Age Effects in Dutch Adolescents: Concurrent and Prospective Analyses, PLoS, 2015”
In this study we examined intra-classroom age position (or relative age) effects on Dutch adolescents’ school progress and performance (as rated by teachers), physical development, temperamental development (fear and frustration), and depressive symptoms, all adjusted for age at the time of measurement. Data were derived from three waves of Tracking Adolescents' Individuals Lives Survey (TRAILS) of 2230 Dutch adolescents (baseline mean age 11.1, SD = 0.6, 51% girls).
Date made available27-May-2015
PublisherUniversity of Groningen
Geographical coverageThe Netherlands

Keywords on Datasets

  • Development
  • Educational Psychology
  • Adolescents
  • Schools
  • Depression
  • Sports

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