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Cognitive measures in the 1958 National Child Development Study

Click on the individual cognitive measures in the table below to find out more.

37 (Tests completed by a sub-sample.)
61-63 (At the time of writing, cognitive tests were provisional pending pilot and fieldwork.)

  • Proposed repeat of tests at age 50

Multi-age (Tests completed by the children of a sub-sample of cohort members when the cohort member was aged 34. The child respondents were aged 3 years, 11 months, and 16 days or older.)

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Further information:

This page is part of CLOSER’s ‘A guide to the cognitive measures in five British birth cohort studies’.