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Adverse childhood experiences, non-response and loss to follow-up: Findings from a prospective birth cohort and recommendations for addressing missing data

Doidge, James C.; Edwards, Benjamin; Higgins, Daryl J.; Segal, Leonie


Adverse childhood experiences have wide-ranging impacts on population health but are inherently difficult to study. Retrospective self-report is commonly used to identify exposure but adult population samples may be biased by non-response and loss to follow-up. We explored the implications of missing data for research on child abuse and neglect, domestic violence, parental mental illness and parental substance use. Using 15 waves of data collected over 28 years in a population-based birth...[Show more]

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Date published: 2017
Type: Journal article
Source: Longitudinal and Life Course Studies
DOI: 10.14301/llcs.v8i4.414
Access Rights: Open Access


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