METHODOLOGIES FOR STUDYING FAMILIES AND FAMILY EFFECTS

  • Rasbash, Jonathan R (Principal Investigator)

Project Details

Description

This project addressed some of the most fundamental methodological issues facing family researchers today. In recent years, behavioural genetics has increased understanding of not only genetics effects on child development but also environmental effects and the interaction between the two. A major aim of the proposed research was to develop optimum methods for assessing both shared (ie, common to all children in a family) and non-shared (ie, specific to individual children in the family) influences and the relationship between them.

The project also examined the influences of the wider social environment in which families operate.
Acronym'Family'
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date1/10/041/10/07

Structured keywords

  • SoE Centre for Multilevel Modelling

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  • Research Output

    • 4 Article (Academic Journal)

    A Social Relations Model of Observed Family Negativity and Positivity Using a Genetically Informative Sample

    Rasbash, J. R., Jenkins, J., O'Connor, T. G., Tackett, J. & Reiss, D., Mar 2011, In : Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 100, 3, p. 474-491 18 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle (Academic Journal)

    42 Citations (Scopus)

    Predictors of between-family and within-family variation in parent-child relationships

    O'Connor, T., Dunn, J., Jenkins, J. & Rasbash, JR., 1 May 2006, In : Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. 47 (5), p. 498 - 510 13 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle (Academic Journal)

    30 Citations (Scopus)

    Change in Maternal Perception of Sibling Negativity: Within- and Between-Family Influences

    O'Connor, T., Jenkins, J., Behnke, P., Dunn, J. & Rasbash, JR., Dec 2005, In : Journal of Family Psychology. 19 (4), p. 533 - 541 9 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle (Academic Journal)

  • 33 Citations (Scopus)