Individual Differences

Project: Florida Twin Project on Reading, Behavior, and Environment

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This project was funded by the NIH through the P50 Florida Learning Disabilities Research Center. More information about the project can be read in this publication about the project:

Taylor, J., Martinez, K., & Hart, S.A. (2019). The Florida State Twin Registry. Twin Research and Human Genetics, 22(6), 728-730.

Project: The Home Math Environment and Children's Math Achievment: A Meta-Analysis

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Mathematical thinking is in high demand in the global market, but approximately six percent of school-age children across the globe experience math difficulties (Shalev, et al., 2000). The home math environment (HME), which includes all math-related activities, attitudes, beliefs, expectations, and utterances in the home, may be associated with children’s math development.

Project: Colorado Twin Project

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The Colorado Learning Disabilities Research Center (CLDRC; P50 HD27802) is a long-standing interdisciplinary, multisite research program that is supported by the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development. The CLDRC investigates the genetic and environmental etiologies, neurobiology, neuropsychology, classification, and outcomes of learning disabilities (LDs) and related disorders such as attention/deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).

Project: Project KIDS

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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. The complete project includes data on academic achievement, cognitive development, behavior, context, and family history. 4,035 individual students contributed data to Phase 1, and parents of 442 of these students filled out a parent questionnaire in Phase 2.