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Children's Mental Illness And Wellbeing At Age 11

Children's mental illness and wellbeing at age 11 CENTRE FOR LONGITUDINAL STUDIES Findings from the Millennium Cohort Study 3 Factors associated with mental illness Factors associated 00 with wellbeing 3 Above average cognitive ability Overweight 11 |o00-000 Engaged with school one sibling 5 Likes school two Special educational needs Argues with parents Bullied by siblings Argues with friends Siblings three or more 14 10 Spends time with friends outside of school Problems getting along with peers Parents have Bullied by Single parent family poor mental health peers Communication difficulties richest fifth richest fifth 8 second second 6 Doesn't feel safe in local 10 third 4 third 5 neighbourhood High family income Percentile difference" Chronic illness Perceives own family to be richer than friends' Individual characteristics mental Illness wellbelng Family, relationships and home life Socioeconomic circumstances Wider school and neighbourhood environment protective factor O risk factor Hosted by Funded by UCL E S R C ECONOMIC & SOARCH cOUNCIE All factors included in the infographic are statistically significant at (at least) the 5% level. • Findings from Patalay, P. and Fitzsimons, E. (2016) Correlates of mental illness and wellbeing in children: are they the same? Jounal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry 55(9), pp. 771-783. **Percentile difference' is the change in rank position between 1 and 100 away from the medilan or reference category. Institute of Education

Children's Mental Illness And Wellbeing At Age 11

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Visualisation of the findings from a study by the Centre for Longitudinal Studies (UCL) on which factors influence children’s risk of developing poor mental health or low wellbeing. Several formats ...


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