NLSAHNational Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health
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Rees and Sabia (2010) argue that the use of fixed effects and instrumental variables techniques on the NLSAH data greatly reduces or eliminates the effect of participation on academic performance, although using the same data Cabane and Clark (2013) find that the effect survives controlling for selection through school fixed effects and the comparison of siblings.
Findings from the NLSAH suggest that efforts to reduce overweight disparities between ethnic groups must look beyond income and education and focus on other factors as well, such as environmental, contextual, biological, and sociocultural factors (Popkin & Udry, 1998).
Data from the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health (NLSAH) (N = 12,118) showed that children with "religious identities" (197) were less likely to abuse cigarettes, alcohol or marijuana.