This report highlights some of the key learnings about human development from the Australian Temperament Project (ATP) - a groundbreaking longitudinal study that, to date, has followed a large group of Victorians from their birth to age 30 years. ATP is a joint project between the Australian Institute of Family Studies, the Royal Children's Hospital, the University of Melbourne and Deakin University and is one of only a few in the world with information on three generations of study members - the young people, their parents, and now the young people's own children.
Foreword / Alan Hayes
Preface / Fiona J. Stanley
1. The Australian Temperament Project / Suzanne Vassallo and Ann Sanson
2. Infancy and early childhood / Ann Sanson and Frank Oberklaid
3. The primary school years / Margot Prior and Diana Smart
4. Early adolescence / Primrose Letcher and Craig Olsson
5. Mid/late adolescence / Diana Smart, John W. Toumbourou, Ann Sanson and Keri Little
6. Early adulthood / Mary Hawkins, Meredith O'Connor, Suzanne Vassallo, Craig Olsson and Diana Smart
7. Future directions and opportunities: adulthood and the third ATP generation / Ann Sanson, Suzanne Vassallo, Jacqui Macdonald, Ben Edwards and Craig Olsson
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