Are you interested in the development of mental and somatic health during adolescence and young adulthood? Do you want to learn more about causes and consequences of a wide range of—mental—health problems? The TRAILS database might enrich your knowledge and research.
More than 2500 young people participate, from the age of ten years onwards. We have examined these young people every 2-3 years for about 20 years by means of questionnaires, interviews, tests and physical measurements. Not only the young people themselves provide information, but also family members, teachers and partners. In the study TRAILS Next, we focus on the children of the participants.
Visit our website for an overview of all TRAILS publications and brief summaries of the main findings.
Participating centers of TRAILS include the University Medical Center and University of Groningen, the University of Utrecht, the Radboud Medical Center Nijmegen, and the Parnassia Bavo group. The data collection is organized from the Department of Psychiatry of the University Medical Center Groningen.