RADAR: Old Cohort

The Research on Adolescent Development And Relationships-old cohort (RADAR-old) is an ongoing longitudinal study that started in 2003. RADAR-old focuses on the interactions and relationships of adolescents with parents and peers, their emotional state, personality, identity, and internalizing and externalizing problem behavior. RADAR-Old investigates the development of 327 participants from early adolescence into adulthood. Additionally, their parent(s), intimate partner (from W7 onwards), sibling, and (best) friend also participate in the study.

Purpose RADAR-old focuses on the interactions and relationships of adolescents with parents and peers, their emotional state, personality, identity, and internalizing and externalizing problem behaviour.
Publisher
Creators
Susan Branje
Utrecht University
Wim Meeus
Utrecht University
Contributors
Endy den Exter Blokland
Utrecht University
Eline Baarda
Utrecht University
Andrik Becht
Utrecht University
Stefanie Nelemans
Utrecht University
Jorien Kruidhof
Utrecht University
Janka Looman-Blatnik
Utrecht University
RADAR management team
Utrecht University
Funding information
Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO)
GB-MAGW 480-03-005
Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO)
GB-MAGW 480-08-006
Stichting Achmea Slachtoffer en Samenleving (SASS)
Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO)
024.001.003
European Research Council (ERC)
ERC-2017-CoG - 773023 INTRANSITION
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