TRAILS (Tracking Adolescents' Individual Lives Survey) is an ongoing, multidisciplinary research on the psychological, social and physical development of adolescents and young adults.
Information about the objectives of TRAILS, the different domains which the study covers and the characteristics of the study. Also, information about the TRAILS team.
Over the years, many articles were written about the TRAILS data. An overview of the articles is presented here, classified by themes.
TRAILS – Tracking the next generation A recently started add-on study, focuses on TRAILS participants who are or will become parents in the next ten years.
Started by TRAILS the seventh measurement WORKIN'ON IT
Another great TRAILS study! twitter.com/CharlotteVrije…
Low responsiveness to reward at age 16 predicts #depression: bit.ly/2VwTOAO #rewardresponsiveness @JAACAP @CharlotteVrijen
Learn to recognise, prevent and deal with your mental health problems
PhD defence of researcher Charlotte Vrijen
A better reproduction of the TRAILS publications is being worked on. The layout will look somewhat unusual until the summer