Family constellation and cognitive development in three-and five-year-old children from the Millennium Cohort Study
Using data from the British Millennium Cohort Study, this dissertation studies the effect of the family constellation on the cognitive development levels of children at the ages of three and five years. The first paper looks at the correlation between family size, birth order and the age gap between sibling births and cognitive ability test results at the ages of three and five years. For three-year-olds, family size and birth order are negatively correlated with vocabulary scores and school...[Show more]
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