From 23 to 25 October, Case Western Reserve University (Cleveland, Ohio, USA) will host the Society for Longitudinal and Lifecourse Studies (SLLS) annual conference "Growing Up and Growing Older Across Societies: Harnessing the Power of Comparative Research". The conference will be a hybrid format, allowing for both in-person and online participation.

Members of the Cohort '18 research team will give the following four presentations in a symposium on 25 October with online participation.

  • Fruzsina Leitheiser: Maternal Labour Market Participation and Forms of Childcare: From Pregnancy Till the 30th Month After Childbirth
  • Zsuzsanna Veroszta: Parental Education and Developmental Care in Early Childhood: Investigating Effects of Attainment, Homogamy and Mobility
  • Krisztina Kopcsó – Zsófia Šindýlková – Nikolett Gabriella Sándor – Beatrix Lábadi: Socio-Demographic Predictors of Screen Viewing Habits of 18-Month-Old Infants
  • Laura Szabó – Julianna Boros: Prevalence and Multi-Component Factors Associated with Early Childhood Obesity in Hungary: A Longitudinal Examination of Socioeconomic Differences in Obesity Risk Among 0-3 Years Old Children