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  • research data . 2022
    Authors:
    Twomey, Katherine E; Westermann, Gert;
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    Publisher: UK Data Service

    In the current study, parents read their infants a storybook containing multiple exemplars from two novel object categories twice a day, every day for a week. Importantly, one category was labelled while the other was not. After the training week, infants took part in a...

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  • research data . 2021
    Authors:
    University Of London, Institute Of Education;
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    Publisher: UK Data Service

    <div><i>Background</i>:<br>The Millennium Cohort Study (MCS) is a large-scale, multi-purpose longitudinal dataset providing information about babies born at the beginning of the 21st century, their progress through life, and the families...

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  • research data . 2021
    Authors:
    NatCen Social Research;
    Publisher: UK Data Service

    <strong>Background</strong><br> The <em>British Social Attitudes</em> (BSA) survey series began in 1983. The series is designed to produce annual measures of attitudinal movements which will complement large-scale government surveys such as...

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  • research data . 2021
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    Office For National Statistics;
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    Publisher: UK Data Service

    <i>Background</i>:<br> The <i>Crime Survey for England and Wales</i> (CSEW), previously known as the <i>British Crime Survey</i> (BCS), has been in existence since 1981. The survey traditionally asks a sole randomly selected adu...

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  • research data . 2021
    Authors:
    Fontana, Giuditta; Kartsonaki, Argyro; Neudorfer, Natascha; Walsh, Dawn; Wolff, Stefan; Yakinthou, Christalla;
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    Publisher: UK Data Service

    The dataset of Political Agreements in Internal Conflicts (PAIC) captures the institutional provisions in political agreements concluded between 1989 and 2016. It provides information on 91 variables, along five dimensions: power sharing, transitional justice, cultural ...

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  • These files are the raw data files on which the results for these publications were based: Wass, S. V., Smith, C. G., Daubney, K. R., Suata, Z. M., Clackson, K., Begum, A., & Mirza, F. U. (2019). Influences of environmental stressors on autonomic function in 12‐mont...

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  • research data . 2021
    Authors:
    International Energy Agency;
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    Publisher: UK Data Service

    The International Energy Agency (IEA) datasets published by the Energy Statistics Division (ESD) contain annual and quarterly time series data from 1960 onwards on energy production, trade, stocks, transformation, consumption, prices and taxes as well as on greenhouse g...

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  • research data . Image . 2021
    Authors:
    Hiteva, Ralitsa;
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    Publisher: UK Data Service

    The project was designed with societal, policy and research impact in mind. The target audiences of the project included local authorities, the urban poor and other practitioners (such as engineers and NGOs) and researchers. Societally, the primary beneficiaries of the ...

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  • research data . 2021
    Authors:
    Scottish Centre For Social Research;
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    Publisher: UK Data Service

    <p></p><div>The <span style="font-style: italic;">Growing Up in Scotland</span> (GUS) study is a large-scale longitudinal social survey which follows the lives of several groups of Scottish children from infancy through childhood and adoles...

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  • research data . 2021
    Authors:
    Holmes, Luke; Rieger, Gerulf;
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    Publisher: UK Data Service

    Homosexual women are, on average, more masculine in their appearance and behavior than heterosexual women. We hypothesized that their masculinity was influenced by exposure to elevated levels of prenatal androgen during early development. We recruited 199 women (includi...

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