About the Project
This project will investigate the relative usefulness of different reporters across the full range of psychopathology (emotional problems, conduct problems, hyperactivity). Data will initially be drawn from the British Child and Adolescent Mental Health Surveys (BCAMHS). There are two currently available cohorts of participants (10,000 in the 1999 cohort and 7,000 in the 2004 cohort) each with 3-year follow-up data. The studies contain reports from multiple informants (parents, teachers, and self-report).
The project will be particularly well suited to students interested in advanced confirmatory factor analysis and structural equation modelling and would be appropriate for funding applications in the ESRC White Rose Doctoral Training Centre Advanced Quantitative Methods scheme.
NB The University has some scholarships under competition - application deadline is 29 January 2020 at 5pm. More details can be found - View Website
Start dates are October and March yearly
De Los Reyes, A., Augenstein, T. M., Wang, M., Thomas, S. A., Drabick, D. A. G., Burgers, D. E., & Rabinowitz, J. (2015). The Validity of the Multi-Informant Approach to Assessing Child and Adolescent Mental Health. Psychological Bulletin, 141(4), 858-900. doi:10.1037/a0038498
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