As part of the BCS70 Age 34 Survey, half of study members with children aged 16 and under were randomly chosen to take part in a special study. Parents selected were asked to take part in an interview and to complete a questionnaire about each of their children. Children aged three and over were asked to complete a number of age-appropriate tests and children over the age of 10 also completed their own questionnaire. This parent/child study largely replicated the ‘Mother and Child Survey’, which was carried out with a number of study members in the National Child Development Study in 1991 when they were 33.
Read more about the Age 34 Survey.