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  • Marks E J, Somerville-Ryan M, Walker C, Devlin M, Chen R, Atatoa Carr P E, Berry S, Smith A and Morton S M B. (2021). Impact of family housing and income journeys on preschool child health and wellbeing. Wellington: Ministry of Social Development.

  • Noy, S., & Sin, I. (2021). The Drivers of Mothers' Parental Leave Decisions: Evidence from the Growing Up in New Zealand longitudinal survey. Ministry of Social Development. ISBN: 978-1-99-002354-5 (electronic)

  • Walsh M.C., Maloney T., Vaithianathan R., & Pereda-Perez P. (2020). School Readiness, Adversities in Childhood Experience and Access to Government Services: A Scoping Study on Potential Protective Factors. Wellington: Ministry of Social Development. ISBN: 978-1-99-002342-2

  • Walsh M.C., Maloney T., Vaithianathan R., & Pereda-Perez P. (2020). Adversities of Childhood Experience and School Readiness: focus on children born to teen and non-teen mothers in the Growing Up in New Zealand Data. Wellington: Ministry of Social Development. ISBN: 978-1-99-002341-5

  • Clark, T., Dasgupta, K., Lewycka, S., Pacheco, G. & Plum, A. (2020). Ethnic differences in the use and experience of child healthcare services in NZ: An empirical examination. Auckland.  Available here.

  • Kool, B., Underwood, L., Morton, S., Ameratunga, S., Kingi, TK., & Avinesh Pillai. (2020). Child injury in the preschool years. Wellington: Ministry of Social Development. ISBN:978-1-99-002333-0  

  • Morton, S., Lai, H., Walker, C., Cha, J., Smith, A., Marks, E., & Pillai, P. (2020). Keeping our children warm and dry: Evidence from Growing Up in New Zealand. BRANZ. ISBN: 2423-0839

  • Muller, D., Signal, L., Santos-Fernandez, E., McCarthy, J., & Carr, H. (2020). Are New Zealand children meeting the Ministry of Health guidelines for sleep? Wellington: Ministry of Social Development. ISBN: 978-1-99-002302-6

  • Simmonds H, Reese E,Atatoa Carr P, and Berry S, Kingi TK. (2020). He ara ki ngā rautaki e ora tonu ai te reo Māori: Pathways to Maori Language Revitalisation. Wellington: Ministry of Social Development. ISBN:978-0-9951240-3-5

  • Gerritsen S, D’Souza A, Goodsell-Matthews T, Pillai A, Swinburn B, Wall C. 2020. Food hardship and early childhood nutrition: Findings from Growing Up in New Zealand with a focus on food hardships among tamariki Māori and Pacific children. Wellington: Ministry of Social Development. Available here.

  • Morton, S., Peterson, E., Buckley, J. & Murray, S. (2020). Early self-control development: Prevalence, persistence and change in a NZ cohort. Wellington, NZ: Ministry of Social Development. ISBN: 978-0-9951244-5-5

  • Walsh M., Joyce S., Maloney T., & Vaithianathan R. (2019). Protective factors of children families at highest risk of adverse childhood experiences: An analysis of children and families in the Growing up in New Zealand data who “beat the odds”. Wellington, NZ: Ministry of Social Development.  ISBN: 978-1-98-854158-7

  • Duncan, S., Gerritsen, S., D'Souza, S., Stewart, T., & Gibbons, A. (2019). Is participation in Early Childhood Education related to child health and development? Wellington: Ministry of Social Development. Available here.

  • Stewart, T., Duncan, S., Walker, C., Berry, S., & Schofield, G, (2019). Effects of screen time on preschool health and development. Wellington, NZ: Ministry of Social Development. ISBN: 978-1-98-854155-6

  • Meissel, K., Reese, E. & Turnbull, S. (2019). Factors of the early learning environment that promote early learning outcomes in Aotearoa / New Zealand. Wellington: Ministry of Social Development. Available here.

  • Meissel, K., Peterson, E., Thomas, S., & Murray, S. (2019). Intentions and decisions about early childhood education: Understanding the determinants and dynamics of households’ early intentions and decisions about ECE and childcare from birth to age two. Wellington, NZ: Ministry of Social Development. Available here.

  • Walsh M., Joyce S., Maloney T., & Vaithianathan R. (2019). Adverse childhood experiences and school readiness outcomes: Results from the Growing up in New Zealand study. Wellington, NZ: Ministry of Social Development. Available here.

  • Castro, T.G., Gerritsen, S., Wall, C., Grant, C., Teixeira, J.A., Marchioni, D.M., Pillai, A., Morton, S. (2018). Infant feeding in New Zealand: Adherence to the national food and nutrition guidelines. Wellington: Ministry of Social Development. Available here.

  • Dominick, C (2018). Association of material hardship with maternal and child outcomes. Wellington: Ministry of Social Development. Available here.

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