The Longitudinal Study of Australian Children (LSAC) rationale documents have been developed to assist data users by providing contextual information on the scales and items included in the LSAC datasets.
The Release 8 integrated rationale document, presents background information on scales introduced to LSAC in waves 1–8.
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