FFCWFragile Families and Child Wellbeing (Columbia University and Princeton University)
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Data were used from the FFCW study, a longitudinal research project that follows a birth cohort of 4,898 children, conducted by researchers at Princeton and Columbia University and funded by the National Institutes of Health.
In the FFCW study, approximately 20% of the respondents had a probable case of major depression as measured by the Composite International Diagnostic Interview Short Form (CIDI-SF), Version 1.0 (Kessler & Walters, 1998).
The FFCW study researchers assessed depression with the CIDI-SF.
The FFCW study did not include a variable or measure of social support; therefore, guided by the literature, a variable of social support was created based on mothers' responses to a series of questions chosen from the FFCW codebook.
The large sample size of the FFCW data set made the results of the factor analysis more generalizable (Tinsley & Tinsley, 1987).
nonsignificant here and inconsistent in the FFCW study, (54) the
the PHDCN and the FFCW are both large-scale longitudinal surveys, there
represented in the PHDCN is very different than the FFCW. The PHDCN uses
increases neglect and abuse among children in the FFCW. See Kristin
A secondary data set extracted from the FFCW Study was used to test the identified hypotheses.
This study accessed a subsample of the larger FFCW Study sample.
The FFCW sample mirrors the above description as seventy-five percent of parents in this sample were unmarried at the birth of the focal child in the survey (Reichman et al, 2001) and family instability is common (see Beck, Cooper, McLanahan, & Brooks Gunn, 2010; Bzostek & Beck, 2010).