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Growing Up in New Zealand: A longitudinal study of New Zealand children and their families NowWe Are Eight Life in Middle Childhood Susan M B Morton Daniel J Exeter Kane Meissel Caroline G Walker Jacinta Fa’alili-Fidow Carin Napier Sarah Gerritsen John Fenaughty Sarah-Jane Paine Ashley Smith Cameron Grant Elizabeth R Peterson Jane Cha Harrison Kim Avinesh Pillai Amy Bird Te Kani Kingi Elaine Reese Pat Bullen Hakkan Lai Lisa Underwood Polly Atatoa Carr Fiona Langridge Karen E Waldie Rachel Chen Emma J Marks Clare Wall August 2020 Suggested Citation: Morton, S.M.B., Walker, C.G., Gerritsen, S., Smith, A., Cha, J., Atatoa Carr, P., Chen, R., Exeter, D.J., Fa’alili-Fidow, J., Fenaughty, J., Grant, C. Kim, H., Kingi, T., Lai, H., Langridge, F., Marks, E.J., Meissel, K., Napier, C., Paine, S., Peterson, E.R., Pilai, A., Reese, E., Underwood, L., Waldie, K.E, Wall, C. Growing Up in New Zealand : A longitudinal study of New Zealand children and their families. Now We Are Eight. Auckland: Growing Up in New Zealand. ISSN: 2253-251X (online) 22532501 (print) © Growing Up in New Zealand 2020 Contact details: Professor Susan Morton, Research Director, Growing Up in New Zealand , University of Auckland Further information on Growing Up in New Zealand is available at www.growingup.co.nz This report was produced by the University of Auckland with Crown funding managed by the Ministry of Social Development.

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