Longitudinal research/study

DEFINITION 1: A data-collection strategy in which data are collected from the same participants at different points in time. The purpose is to draw conclusions about individual change over time.

SOURCE: Hickman, Richard (2013). Cambridge Handbook of Educational Abbreviations & Terms (C.H.E.A.T.), Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge.

HYPERLINK: https://www.educ.cam.ac.uk/people/staff/hickman/CHEAT_RichardHickman_6th_ed%20_2013.pdf

DEFINITION 2: Scientific study of the development of individual or collective behavior in order to highlight the characteristics of stages of changes compared to earlier stages.


HYPERLINK: http://learningportal.iiep.unesco.org/en/glossary/Longitudinal%2520survey

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