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DOI 10.17605/OSF.IO/TH8EWTwitter discussion
2020 Commendation from The Society for the Improvement of Psychological Science
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Can you help find information? EDIT DIRECTLY or contact Cameron Brick c.brick@uva.nl. Also see the other tabs.
152datasetsTeaching Resources
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DATASETS (with hyperlinks)General themes
Notes/Keywords
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Abbrev.CountriesWavesYears
N (# only)
N descriptive text
Access RestrictionDifficulty (Cleaning, etc.)
Codebook or Search Engine
Database EmailLanguage
Level of student and design/analysis
Link to teaching resources; add reflection on what worked
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Growing up in Ireland (child cohort)
social, developmental, home environment, schools
GUI-childIreland
3 (9y, 13y, 18/19y)
6,2166216 at wave 3
Anonymised file available after (easy) application; sensitive data available with much more paintful process
Pretty tidy, but variable naming evolves between waves
http://www.ucd.ie/issda/data/growingupinirelandgui/
http://www.ucd.ie/issda/data/guichild/
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Growing up in Ireland (infant cohort)
social, developmental, home environment, schools
GUI-infantIreland
4 (9mo, 3y, 5, 8/9years)
5344 at wave 4
Anonymised file available after (easy) application; sensitive data available with much more paintful process
Pretty tidy, but variable naming evolves between waves
http://www.ucd.ie/issda/data/growingupinirelandgui/
http://www.ucd.ie/issda/data/guichild/
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Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences
ongoing, bimonthly data collection, open access for researchers
GESISGermany
29 (07/2019)
2013-now5,000
anonymized version openly available for scientists, full version locally available in secure environment
Tidy
https://www.gesis.org/gesis-panel/documentation/
gesis-panel@gesis.orgGerman
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Fragile Families & Child Wellbeing Studylongitudinal, child developmentFFCWSApplication
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UK Biobank (£1750 fee)
Ageing, Neuroimaging, Genetics, Mental health, Civilisation diseases
Large dataset of mid-aged adults including genetic, neuroimaging, and health data (including mental health)
UKBUK
3-4, but complicated; follow-ups and health data is integrated from health records but the timing between follow-ups differs a lot between participants and not all participants have all follow-up data per design
500,000
500000 for baseline
Application is required and needs a proposal, have to pay processing fee (1750 pounds)
Overall, the data is very well documented, but understanding the timeframe is complicated and often ignored, the cognitive data is hardly usable (ceiling effects, not reliable)
http://biobank.ndph.ox.ac.uk/showcase/
access@ukbiobank.ac.uk
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Brain Genomics Superstruct ProjectgenomicsGSPUSA1,570Application required
https://doi.org/10.7910/DVN/25833
info@neuroinfo.orgEnglish
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in the Lifespan Decision Making lab
neuroimaging and cognitive data of younger and older adults
Cam-CANUK1700Application required
https://camcan-archive.mrc-cbu.cam.ac.uk/dataaccess/
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Chinese Family Panel SurveyfamilieslongitudinalChinabiennial2010-?Application required
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Clinical Evaluation Of Remote NotificatioN to rEduCe Time to Clinical Decision
personality and social relationships
Field-based studyCONNECTGermany131Application required
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National Educational Panel StudyEducation, competencies
Multi-cohort study, ongoing
NEPSGermany102010-now30,000
varies by cohort and measurement wave
Application required
https://www.neps-data.de/tabid/794/language/en-US
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German Socio-Economic Panel
household composition, occupational biographies, employment, earnings, health and satisfaction indicators
XGermany
1984-now (every year)
30,000
30000 respondents in 11000 households per year
available on requestminimal
https://data.soep.de/ ((searchable website, no pdf codebook))
soepmail@diw.de
beginning through advanced
SOEP dataset for teaching: https://www.diw.de/en/diw_02.c.222839.en/soep_in_the_college_classroom.html#SOEP%20practice%20dataset%20for%20teaching
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Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing
individuals are 50+
TILDAIreland3
1997/8(born)-now
8,504available on request
http://www.ucd.ie/issda/data/tilda/
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Health and Retirement Study
1992-Ongoing Older Adults in US, multiple cohorts Health, finances, cognition, personality, SWL, lots more, some variables available in easier to use format through RAND
USA16,000
~16000 respondants in ~7000 households
available online with an account
https://hrs.isr.umich.edu/documentation/codebooks
hrsquestions@umich.edu
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Swiss Household Panel
Commodities; Conflict; Demography; Division of labor; Education; Expenses; Family; Gender; Geographic mobility; Health; Household and family; Household finances; Housing; Income; Interview; Leisure; Life event; Life style; Living standard; Media; Network; politics; Quality of life; Religion; Satisfaction; Social origin; Social participation; Social support; Sport; Stratification; Subjective evaluation; Time budget; Values; Victimization; Volunteer work; Work; Youth;
The principal aim is to observe social change, in particular the dynamics of changing living conditions and representations in the population of Switzerland. Covering a broad range of topics and approaches in the social sciences, SHP is a yearly panel with rotating modules following three random samples of private households in Switzerland over time, interviewing all household members, mainly by telephone.
SHPSwitzerland201999-now29,445avaliable on requestYes
https://forscenter.ch/projects/swiss-household-panel/documentation/
swisspanel@fors.unil.chEnglish
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European Values Study
attitudes, beliefs, values concerning several domains such as: family, politics, religion, solidarity, gender equality, work, environment, national identity, European identity, migration, welfare, social cohesion
Large-scale, cross-national, repeated cross-sectional survey research programme on basic human values in Europe
XEVSEurope51981-now221,365
cases in the integrated dataset 1981-2008 + 2nd pre-release of evs2017 (july2019). Country sample size: about 1200
Data are available without restrictions, for research and teaching purposes
minimal (weights must be applied)
https://dbk.gesis.org/dbksearch/sdesc2.asp?no=7500&db=e&doi=10.4232/1.13314
secretariat.evs@gmail.com
English (master questionnaire is translated into the local languages using TRAPD approach https://europeanvaluesstudy.eu/methodology-data-documentation/survey-2017/methodology/the-trapd-method-for-survey-translation/
https://europeanvaluesstudy.eu/education-dissemination-publications/education/
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Public Religion Research Institute
America’s changing cultural, religious, and political landscape
USA2013-now
varies, minimum of 1,000
Datasets posted after 12-month embargo
info@prri.org
English and Spanish
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Pediatric Imaging, Neurocognition, and Genetics Study
Multi-site imaging study of US children and young adults
National brain imaging study with genetic data
PING / see PLING
USArelease1,300
1100 with brain imaging data
dbGap application
Very easy, organized data, but different parts require different applications
PING@ucsd.eduEnglish
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Philadelphia Neurodevelopmental Cohort Study
Psychopathology, cognition, development
Large Philadelphia-based dataset with planned followups
PNC/TCPUSArelease10,000
>9500, diverse, representative
dbGap applicationVery easy
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/projects/gap/cgi-bin/variable.cgi?study_id=phs000607.v3.p2&phv=375707&phd=5001&pha=&pht=3445&phvf=&phdf=&phaf=&phtf=&dssp=1&consent=&temp=1
English
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Human Penguin ProjectthermoregulationMany1,755https://osf.io/h52d3/
https://www.nature.com/articles/s41597-019-0029-2
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1970 British Cohort StudydevelopmentalBCS70UK
9 (Birth, 5, 10, 16, 26, 30, 34, 38, 42, 46, 50)
1970-202016,568
Most data available through UK data service for BCS70 (https://beta.ukdataservice.ac.uk/datacatalogue/series/series?id=200001)
alice.sullivan@ucl.ac.uk
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National Longitudinal Surveys
education and training, work history, wages, health, family
labor market activities and other significant life events of several age cohorts of men and women.
NLSYUSA
1966-now; older cohorts retired; active cohorts 1979-now
most variables public use; restricted access available on request within the USA
https://www.nlsinfo.org/investigator/pages/search.jsp#
NLS_INFO@bls.gov
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NICHD Study of Early Childhood and Youth Development
developmental; childcare; maternal employment
NICHD SECCYD
USA41991 to 20071,364need an ICPSR accountminimal
beginning through advanced
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Synthetic Aperture Personality Assessment
also see Temperament data: http://openpsychologydata.metajnl.com/articles/10.5334/jopd.al/
SAPAMany350,000
Varies by variables 350000+ for IPIP
need passcode
https://dataverse.harvard.edu/dataverse/SAPA-Project
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Midlife in the USageing, health
Longitudinal study on heatlh and well-being of mid-aged adults in the US (also contains daily diary cognitive and neuroscientific data)
MIDUSUSA37,1087108 at wave 1noneYeshttp://midus.colectica.org/
http://midus.wisc.edu/helpdesk.php
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Neurosynth
Activation coordinates extracted from over 14,000 fMRI studies
None
Easy to access, but not very useful without technical/neuroimaging background
https://github.com/neurosynth/neurosynth-data
tyarkoni@utexas.edu
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Nordic Election Studies
Like ANES for each Nordic country. Sweden is already in the list below. The other countries need new entries (please add)
Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland
None
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Open PsychometricsPersonality
Responses and some demographics for ~45 online personality questionnaires
Many1,000,000
varies, as many as a million
None
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Program for International Student Assessment
International survey which aims to evaluate education systems worldwide by testing the skills and knowledge of 15-year-old students who are nearing the end of their compulsory education.
PISA90 countries
2000, 2003, 2006, 2009, 2012, 2015, 2018
None
Large and relatively complex files. Takes some time getting familiar with them
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Project Implicit Open Access data
implicit social cognition, implicit attitudes, explicit attitudes, diversity
Large datasets across 15+ years on over a dozen of Project Implicit demonstration tests. International datasets from Project Implicit international websites test (40 countries).
PI40 countries2003-201825,000,000
None - IRB approval required for zipcode data
Some processing and cleaning needed
see project on OSF
nicole@projectimplicit.net
English and several others
beginner through advanced
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Climate Change in the American Mind
climate change surveys. climate change beliefs, risk perceptions, policy preferences, and behavior, and the psychological, cultural, and political factors that influence them. nationally representative, panel, longitudinal
For the past decade, the Yale Program on Climate Change Communication (YPCCC) and the George Mason University Center for Climate Change Communication (Mason 4C) have conducted nationally representative surveys of U.S. adults twice a year. The dataset includes 17 waves of nationally representative surveys of U.S. adults aged 18 and older collected between 2008 and 2017. These data include measures of global warming beliefs and attitudes, risk perceptions, policy preferences, and information acquisition behaviors. The dataset also includes measures of political views and party affiliations as well as sociodemographic information such as gender, age, education, and income. The codebook contains information about survey methods, statistical procedures (e.g., using sampling weights), variables and survey questions, as well as data tables.
USA172008-201720,000opencodebookEnglish
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Dutch Parliamentary Election Studieshealth, psychology, values
Dutch Parliamentary Election Studies (DPES) are a series of national surveys carried out under the auspices of the Dutch Electoral Research Foundation (SKON). These surveys have been conducted since 1970. Many questions are replicated across studies, although each has questions not asked in the others. The major substantive areas consistently covered include the respondents' attitudes toward and expectations of the government and its effectiveness in both domestic and foreign policy, the most important problems facing the people of the Netherlands, the respondents' voting behavior and participation history, and his/her knowledge of and faith in the nation's political leaders.
DPESNetherlands501970-nowOpenNo; disparate datasetsNot Available
marion.wittenberg@dans.knaw.nl;
English and Dutch
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OpenNeuro
Mostly task fMRI, but a lot of tasks and other modalities
raw data and some processed
Many2012-now7,300Open dataEasy to access
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1rsVlKg0vBzkx7XUGK4joky9cM8umtkQRpJ2Y-5d6x7c/edit#gid=1226202843
ffein@stanford.eduEnglish
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Psych. Science Accelerator 001 Social FacesFace perception
The primary dataset contains ratings from over 11,000 participants across 11 world regions, 48 countries, and 28 languages. Each participant rated 120 faces twice on one of 13 traits.
PSA00148 countries2018-201911,000Open download; CSVhttps://osf.io/v46q8/schnarrd@gmail.comEnglish
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World Values Survey
attitudes, beliefs, values. support for democracy, tolerance of foreigners and ethnic minorities, support for gender equality, the role of religion and changing levels of religiosity, the impact of globalization, attitudes toward the environment, work, family, politics, national identity, culture, diversity, insecurity, and subjective well-being.
Representative national surveys
XWVS100 countries1981-now100,000
1000+ per country per year; often more
open download. SPSS, Stata, Ascii text, Excel
http://www.worldvaluessurvey.org/WVSContents.jsp (All Waves), http://www.worldvaluessurvey.org/WVSDocumentationWV1.jsp (codebook wave 1), etc
wvsa.secretariat@gmail.com
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General Social Survey
attitudes, beliefs, demograhics, household composition, occupation, SES, religion, political attitudes, prejudice, Social Network
XUSA
1972-now (annually from 1972-1994; even years from 1994-now)
3,000
1500 per year from 1972-1994; 3000 per year from 1994-now
openly available as SPSS and STATA files (https://gss.norc.org/get-the-data)
https://gss.norc.org/get-documentation
GSS@norc.org
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Pew Research Center data
related Medium posts have R syntax
Many2001-2017
quick registration, no application needed
More/finer-grained variables are sometimes available for researchers. Ask if you wish for something specific.
varies. readme files are available with every dataset
info@pewresearch.org
English, some questionnaires use local languages
analysis guidance here
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Common Cold Project
epidemiology, psychological functioning, health, stress
8 categories of measures that were collected across the 5 studies.
CCPUSA, UK52011-20161,415
Study 1: 399 Study 2: 276 Study 3: 334 Study 4: 193 Study 5: 213
Registration Form and Data Sharing Agreement
Yes
https://www.cmu.edu/common-cold-project/data/codebooks/index.html
scohen@cmu.eduEnglish
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Redefining Tie Strengthsocial media use; social capital
social media use (mainly Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter) + many social capital indicators; representative sample of adult Dutch online users (contains also non-users of social media. http://www.redeftie.eu/?pageThe longitudinal study has eight waves. A sample of Dutch online users, representative with regard to sex, age, education level, and urban/rural area of living n = 3367 in wave 1, n = 861 who participated in all eight wave; n = 1745 in wave eight who participated in at least wave 1), were surveyed twice a year on their social media use and various indicators of social capital (e.g., resource generator, civic engagement) and well-being (e.g., stress, life satisfaction). We focused especially on the use of – Facebook or another platform used mainly for private purposes – LinkedIn or another platform used mainly for professional purposes – Twitter or another (micro-)blogging platform Users received questions on frequency of various activities, motives, self-disclosure on the platform and network composition._id=473
REDEFTIENetherlands82013-20173,367
3367 wave 1 861 in all 8 waves 1745 in wave 8
registration needed
https://www.redeftiedata.eu/concepts
s.utz@iwm-tuebingen.de
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Human Connectome Project
neuroimaging, personality, health
HCPUSA1,100
request access to restricted data
https://wiki.humanconnectome.org/display/PublicData/HCP+Data+Dictionary+Public-+Updated+for+the+1200+Subject+Release
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Swedish National Election Studies
media, political behaviour and attitudes, government, political systems and organisations, elections
SNESSweden1956-2014
Request the data from the Swedish National Data Services: https://snd.gu.se/en/catalogue/order-data
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UK National Survey of Health and Development - Medical Research Council
health; development
20,000 variables collected over the lifetime of the study.The archive preserves data and meta-data (descriptions of the data) in electronic, paper, fiche, and, increasingly, image form, and includes biological samples.
MRC/NSHD
241947-now5,3625362 at baseline
Requires registering an account on Skylark. Sensitve data is restricted (namely NHS Digital).
https://skylark.ucl.ac.uk/NSHD/doku.php?id=introduction
mrclha.enquiries@ucl.ac.uk
English
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Millennium Cohort Study
physical, socio-emotional, cognitive and behavioural development over time; economic circumstances, parenting, relationships and family life
Panel study of young people born across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland in 2000-01
MCS
England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland
72001-now18,81818818 at wave 1
Requires registering an account with the UK data service, otherwise none. https://cls.ucl.ac.uk/data-access-training/access-ukds/
clsfeedback@ucl.ac.uk
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Pairfam – The German Family Panel
Personality, Relationships, Family, Longitudinal
PairfamGermany2008-now12,000Researchers
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Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development
adolescent development; neurocognition
ABCDUSA102016-20297,500
short application (https://nda.nih.gov/ndapublicweb/Documents/NDA+Data+Access+Request+DUC+FINAL.pdf)
https://github.com/ABCD-STUDY?page=1
AdolescentBrain@mail.nih.gov
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European Social Survey
attitudes, beliefs and behaviour patterns; also, political/economic beliefs, environmental perception (2016) and social capital measurements
Academically driven cross-national survey that has been conducted across Europe since its establishment in 2001. Every two years, face-to-face interviews are conducted with newly selected, cross-sectional samples. Over 350,000 face-to-face interviews have been completed since 2002. There are over 100,000 registered users of the data, who can analyse it online using a web-based programme called Nesstar or download it for detailed analysis in programmes such as SPSS, R or STATA. Users are also aided through an online training programme called ESS EduNet. The survey measures the attitudes, beliefs and behaviour patterns of diverse populations in more than thirty nations. The main aims of the ESS are: to chart stability and change in social structure, conditions and attitudes in Europe and to interpret how Europe’s social, political and moral fabric is changing; to achieve and spread higher standards of rigour in cross-national research in the social sciences, including for example, questionnaire design and pre-testing, sampling, data collection, reduction of bias and the reliability of questions; to introduce soundly-based indicators of national progress, based on citizens’ perceptions and judgements of key aspects of their societies; to undertake and facilitate the training of European social researchers in comparative quantitative measurement and analysis; to improve the visibility and outreach of data on social change among academics, policy makers and the wider public. The ESS data is available free of charge for non-commercial use and can be downloaded from https://www.europeansocialsurvey.org/ after a short registration. Overview of topics in the ESS rounds: In the ESS prospectus you will find more information.
XESSEurope (36)
8 (every two years, 9 is ongoing)
2002-now (every two years)
330,342
330342 (number of responendts includerd in the round 8 cumulative dataset)
The data are available without restrictions, for not-for-profit purposes.
minimal (weights must be applied)
https://www.europeansocialsurvey.org/data/round-index.html
ess@city.ac.uk; essdatasupport@nsd.no
English, questionnaire traslated by participating countries
beginning through advanced
http://essedunet.nsd.uib.no/
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Understanding Society UK
Multi-topic study, key areas: Education, Employment, Family & Households, Income & Welath, Health & Wellbeing, Ethnicity, political and Social Attitudes
Longitudinal survey of nationaly representative sample of UK households
UKHLSUK82009-now50,000
40-50000/year 16+ year old respondents AND 3000-5000 10-15 year old respondents; Plus basic information (age sex marital status employment status) is available for all household members including 0-9 year olds and non-responding 10+ year olds
There are different levels of data access (EUL, Special License, Secure Access), data can be accessed via the UKDS and is free for non-commercial use
Data checking & some cleaning are done, well documented, additional derived variables are provided. https://www.understandingsociety.ac.uk/help/getting-started
https://www.understandingsociety.ac.uk/documentation/mainstage
usersupport@understandingsociety.ac.uk
English, questionnaires are translated into 9 languages
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Finnish Twin Registry
FINNTWIN16
Finland25,932
Unclear if you can even access/request the data at all
kaksostutkimus@helsinki.fi
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TwinLife
Development of social inequality - six main domains: I) skill formation and education, II) career, labor market attainment, and welfare, III) social integration and participation, IV) quality of life, V) health, VI) psychopathology and deviant behavior + environment and twin-specific questions
TLGermany
releases: face to face wave one and telephone wave one aim is to assess four waves (face to face and telephone) - we are currently assessing telephone wave 3
2014-202417,000
initial 17,000 (4,000 twin pairs)
via paneldata.org --> https://paneldata.org/twinlife#
Codebook: https://www.twin-life.de/documentation/bl-content/uploads/pages/20600211d5b9ce3c1b9d85a38074be48/codebook_twinlife_v3-0-0.pdf All documents: https://www.twin-life.de/documentation/downloads
info@twin-life.deEnglish
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1958 National Child Development StudydevelopmentalNCDSUK
12 (Birth, 7, 11, 16, 23, 33, 42, 44 ,46, 50, 55, 62)
1958-202117,415
via UK Data service with end-user license
alissa.goodman@ucl.ac.uk
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Taking Part Survey
Engagement in: Arts, Museums and galleries, Archives, Libraries, Heritage, & Sport and related areas including: social media use; free time activities; volunteering; charitable giving; and tv and internet use
England142005-now
via UK Data Service: https://beta.ukdataservice.ac.uk/datacatalogue/series/series?id=2000052
English
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Family Life, Activity, Sun, Health, and EatingFLASHEYES: Sign-in requiredNo: Sign-in Required
progressreporthelp@mail.nih.gov
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Norwegian Twin Registry
Longitudinal Internet Studies for the Social sciences
NTRNorway
You have to apply for access (5-page research proposal) and may need to pay a fee. Details can be found here: https://www.fhi.no/en/more/health-studies/norwegian-twin-registry/about-the-norwegian-twin-registry-/
No
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10k US Adult Faces Databasefaces
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Adult Psychatric Morbiditypsychiatry
help@ukdataservice.ac.uk
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Afro Barometerpolitics, values, beliefs, health37 countries 7 waves
English (and other languages)
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American National Election Studiespolitical science, householdXANESUSA
anes@electionstudies.org
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Americas Barometerdemographics, values, politics
national coverage of voting age adults
20 countries in 2018/2019
2004-20193,105English
61
Arab Barometerpolitics, values, beliefs
Arab Barometer is the largest repository of publicly available data on the views of men and women in the MENA region
18 countries in the MENA-region
5 waves,
2006-201943,200English
62
Armed Conflict Location and Eventsprotests, violence,
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Asian Barometer
politics, values, beliefs, social capital
First cross-national survey focused on democratization in East Asia (also first led by Asian scholars)
14 countries (in the fourth wave)
4 wavesEnglish
64
Association of Religion Data Archivespolitical scienceARDAsupport@thearda.com
65
Australian Election StudyAESAustralia1987-now
66
Avon Longitudinal Study of Parents and Children
parents and childrenCCAM
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22507742
67
Basel Face databasefaces
68
Baylor Religion Surveyreligion
Paul_Froese@baylor.edu
69
Bogazici Face databasefaces
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Born in BradforddevelopmentalUK
borninbradford@bthft.nhs.uk
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British Election Studypolitical science, householdUK
ed.fieldhouse@manchester.ac.uk
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British Household Panel StudyhouseholdXBHPSUKiser@essex.ac.uk
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British Social Attitudes Surveyvalues, attitudes, prejudice
Since 1983 e ach year asking up to 4,000 people up to 300 questions about attitudes from education to welfare, politics and genomic science. (The survey was not run in 1988 and 1992 when we ran the British Election Study series, which included relevant attitudinal questions.) Users from non-commercial organisations can download the data directly from the UK Data Service. Access to the data requires Athens registration. You can download the data as SPSS or STATA files, or as a TAB file. Data is archived around a year after the completion of fieldwork (giving time for analysis and reporting). Commercial organisations must notify the National Centre for Social Research by email (BSA@natcen.ac.uk) stating their intended use and seeking permission for download. Permission to download may incur a charge.
BSAUK1983-nowbsa@natcen.ac.uk
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Canadian Election StudypoliticsCanada
patrick.fournier@umontreal.ca
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Center for Social Research (Centro de Investigaciones Sociológicas)
social surveySpain
76
Center for Vital Longevity (Park Aging Lab; PAL) Database
faces
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Chicago Face databasefaces
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Chinese General Social SurveyChinacgss@ruc.edu.cn
79
Cohort and Longitudinal Studies Enhancement Resources
CLOSERUKcloser@ucl.ac.uk
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Comparative Manifestos ProjectOpinion parties 50 countries1945-nowEnglish
81
Correlates of Warwar, religion, colonialism
82
Danish Twin Registry Denmark
kgauthier@health.sdu.dk
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Dartmouth Database of Childrens' Faces
developmental, physiology, faces
84
Developmental Emotional Faces Stimulus Setfaces
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Early Childhood Longitudinal Studies
child development; school experiences
3 cohortsECLSUSA
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English Longitudinal Study of Aging
ageing, health, well-being, financial, cognition, biomarkers, longitudinal
ELSAUK81612,09912099 at wave 1
The data documentation is spread out over several documents and not easy to understand, somethimes the coding of the variables remains unclear from the documentation, variable naming is different between waves
https://beta.ukdataservice.ac.uk/datacatalogue/series/series?id=200011
ELSA@ucl.ac.uk
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Euro Barometerpolitics, values, beliefs
Each survey consists of approximately 1000 face-to-face interviews per country. Reports are published twice yearly
https://www.gesis.org/eurobarometer-data-service/search-data-access/data-access
https://zacat.gesis.org/webview/
Last one is for the data
English
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Face Research Lab London setfaces, attractiveness
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Face Research Lab Young Adult White Facesfaces
90
FBI Hate Crimes 2013
hate crime, race, religion, ethnicity, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation
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FEI Faces (Fundaçao Educacional Inaciana)faces
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Genetic Links to Anxiety and Depression Study
GLAD
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Global Alzheimer's Association Interactive Network
neuropsychological, functional and psychiatric variables, and many are accompanied with neuroimaging data as well. Cognitively healthy controls are also often included.
Alzheimer's disease and other neurodegenerative diseases
GAAINMany
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Global Religious Futuresreligion
95
Heads' Stimulus Sethigh-quality bald faces
96
International Social Survey ProgramISSP
statcan.madrtra-damadtr.statcan@canada.ca
97
IPUMS-International
98
Italian National Election StudiesItaly2008 (born)-nowsegreteria@itanes.org
99
Journal of Open Psychology Data (journal)1990-now
100
Karolinksa Institute BiobankSTRSweden
https://www.str.com/submitcase
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