Grandparents (G1): Data from G1 self reports in SSDP data, and Parent (G2) reports of: G1 current and past substance use, prosocial and antisocial behavior, and frequency of contact and bonding with child (G3).
Parent (G2): Substance use, criminal and violent behavior, observed and self-reported parenting skills (involvement, control/coercion, provision of rules/guidelines, provision of prosocial and antisocial opportunities, rewards), adult intimate and marital relationships (including involvement, quality, and partner violence), positive adult behaviors (including volunteering, political participation, neighborliness, and honesty), and demographic characteristics (including gender, ethnicity, income, welfare receipt, and living arrangements). In addition, SSDP data on G2 are available.
Child (G3): Temperament, attachment, health, mental health (conduct, attention, and oppositional problems, depression, anxiety), prosocial and antisocial opportunities and involvement, prosocial and antisocial beliefs, external constraints (parental monitoring, family rules, perceived norms), substance use, delinquency, child skills (empathy, emotion regulation, social skills), academic performance, child characteristics (self-esteem, self-efficacy, future orientation), sexual development and behavior, prenatal exposure to drugs, and developmental delay. In the next phase, we will be adding neurocognitive assessments of response inhibition and risk taking.
Observational Data: Unique to the SSDP Intergenerational Project (at SDRG) is the availability of videotaped parent-child interactions across 3 annual waves (now stored as MPGs on CD). These interactions have been coded for social development model constructs, but are also available for use should researchers wish to code the interactions for other constructs of interest.