Description: The Panel Study of Income Dynamics- Child Development Supplement (PSID-CDS) collected data on a broad array of developmental outcomes including physical health, emotional well-being, intellectual and academic achievement, cognitive ability, social relationships with family and peers, time diaries, and much more.
Population: Supplement to the PSID focusing on zero to 12 year old children and their parents. 2,394 families initially interviewed, providing information on 3,563 children.
Periodicity: Data first collected in 1968 and was taken annually until 1997. Data now collected biennially. Available through 2015.
(Information adapted from the publisher)
For more information, please see the Compendium of Family-Self Sufficiency Databases.