programme / OCTOBER 2020








KEYNOTE: New methodological directions in assessing developmental mechanisms with (intensive) longitudinal data

Presenter: Loes Keijsers, Tilburg University, Netherlands


INTERVIEW: John Bynner - FIrst president of the slls

Interviewed by: Ingrid Schoon, UCL Institute of Education, UK


MEMORIAL LECTURE: remembering Harvey Goldstein

multilevel modelling of longitudinal data

Presenter: George Leckie, University of Bristol, UK


PANEL DISCUSSION: SLLS Presidents - Past, Current and Future

John Bynner, UCL Institute of Education, UK / Heather Joshi, UCL Institute of Education, UK

Elizabeth Cooksey, The Ohio State University, USA / Hans-Peter Blossfeld, European University Institute, Italy

             Amanda Sacker, University College London, UK / Ingrid Schoon, UCL Institute of Education, UK /

Dario Spini, University of Lausanne, Switzerland

SYMPOSIUM: Young Adult’s Working Lives and Mental Health

from a Life Course Perspective [abstract]

Convenor: Iris Arends, University of Groningen, Netherlands

Co-authors: Karin Veldman, Sander van Zon, Ute Bültmann, University of Groningen, Netherlands


INVITED TALK: Reflections on the Occasion of the

10th Anniversary of SLLS

Presenter: Jeylan Mortimer, University of Minnesota, USA

2020 John Bynner Distinguished Scholar Award Winner

INVITED TALK: 2020 NCCR LIVES Best Paper by a Young Scholar Award Winner

Presenter: Winner TBC


Information and Resources to Help You Better Understand

the Value of Longitudinal Research and How to Use the Data

Presenter: Neil Kaye, CLOSER, University College London, UK


Finding a Spouse on the Internet: A Focus on Contemporary Italy [abstract]

Presenter: Laura Arosio, University of Milano Bicocca, Italy

The Operationalisation of a Multi-Dimensional Measure of Healthy Ageing in Observational Studies of AgeinG [abstract]

Presenter: Charlotte Campbell, University College London, UK

Co-authors: Paola Zaninotto, Dorina Cadar, Anne McMunn, University College London, UK

The LIVES-FORS Cohort Survey: A Longitudinal Diversified Sample

of Young Adults Who Have Grown Up in Switzerland [ABSTRACT]

Presenter: Nora Dasoki, FORS - Swiss Centre of Expertise in the Social Sciences, Switzerland

Co-authors: Dario Spini, Guy Elcheroth, Jacques-Antoine Gauthier, Jean-Marie Le Goff, Davide Morselli, NCCR LIVES,

University of Lausanne, Switzerland; Hannah S. Klaas, Robin Tillmann, FORS - Swiss Centre of Expertise in the Social Sciences, Switzerland;

Florence Rossignon, Swiss Federal Statistical Office, Switzerland

Psychological Mechanisms of Adolescents’ Drinking Water

Consumption Before and After Ecological Disaster [abstract]

Presenter: Lina Jovarauskaitė, Mykolas Romeris University, Lithuania

Co-authors: Goda Kaniušonytė, Mykolas Poškus, Audra Balundė, Rita Žukauskienė, Mykolas Romeris University, Lithuania

The Swiss Household Panel Study: Observing Social

Change Since 1999 [abstract]

Presenter: Hannah S. Klaas, FORS - Swiss Centre of Expertise in the Social Sciences, Switzerland

Co-authors: Robin Tillmann, Marieke Voorpostel, Ursina Kuhn, Florence Lebert, Valérie-Anne Ryser,

Oliver Lipps, Boris Wernli, Erica Antal, Gian-Andrea Monsch, Nora Dasoki,

FORS - Swiss Centre of Expertise in the Social Sciences, Switzerland

Patterns of Timing of Adult Transitions and

Their Antecedents in Emerging Adulthood [abstract]

Presenter: Katarína Millová, Institute of Psychology, Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic

social support disparities and the numbers of children among elderly japanese people: mixed model approach [abstract]

Presenter: Tomoo Nakata, Hokusei Gakuen University, Japan

A Controlled Two-Wave Comparison of Adolescents' Bottled Water Drinking Behaviour Prior and Post  a Potentially Ground-Water Contaminating Fire [abstract]

Presenter: Mykolas Poškus, Mykolas Romeris University, Lithuania

Co-authors: Audra Balundė, Lina Jovarauskaitė, Mykolas Romeris University, Lithuania

Do social relationships moderate or mediate associations between

subjective caregiver burden and caregivers' health? Exploring three

coping models of the stress process paradigm [abstract]

Presenter: Hannah Tough, Swiss Paraplegic Research, Switzerland

Co-authors: Martin Brinkhof, Christine Fekete, Swiss Paraplegic Research, Switzerland