Guillermo J. Prado describes the benefits of latent growth curve models in longitudinal trials.
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Joel W. Grube discusses the importance of anonymity in research with adolescents, and a technique for maintaining anonymity in longitudinal research.
Terence A. Ketter discusses the research opportunities afforded by the longitudinal design of STEP-BD.
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John E. Bates outlines some measurement challenges related to children's development.
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Wesley K. Thompson talks about measurement over time.
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Benjamin Lê Cook expresses hope that combining cross-sectional and longitudinal data will provide a clearer picture of health disparities.
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J. Steven Reznick describes what he has done to retain families in longitudinal studies.
Joseph R. Calabrese describes two recent studies of children and adults with bipolar disorder.
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Terence A. Ketter addresses wellness measurement in young adults.
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Connection and communication are paths to retention, suggests Aude Henin.
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Stephen Hinshaw shares lessons he has learned while conducting longitudinal research.
Longitudinal Design in Bipolar Disorder
Anonymity Works Best