This is a useful figure for new users of Project KIDS to see how the project worked. It lists the original projects, dates, and sample sizes of each component of Project KIDS.
These data include information on family demographics, home environment, health information, child diet and nutrition, BRIEF, SWAN, all at the item level. This is cross-sectional data. Data can be linked to other Project KIDS data through the PK_ID variable.
Overarching Project Goals:
This data set includes all total scores, demographics, home literacy environment, etc. for Project KIDS. Data are in wide format, with separate variables for each wave of assessments. All 4038 participants are represented in the data.
These data are for each item on all achievement and behavioral assessments completed during the original intervention projects. The dataset is wide, with separate variable names for each wave of assessment. All participants (n= 4,038) are included.
Project KIDS aimed to rigorously combine data from several independent RCTs to explore individual differences in response to intervention, focused on cognitive, behavioral, contextual, and family history correlates of intervention response.