Person

Judy Ungerer

Report

How well are Australian infants and children aged 4 to 5 years doing?

This report presents an analysis of the data from the first wave of the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children (LSAC) to explore the wellbeing of over 10,000 Australian infants and children. This report presents an analysis of the data from the first wave of the...
Journal article

What can the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children tell us about infants' and 4 to 5 year olds' experiences of early childhood education and care?

Linda Harrison and Judy Ungerer provide an overview of data from the Growing Up in Australia study on patterns of use of child care. Early childhood education and child care are a feature of the wider environment that will affect children over the course of...
Report

The relation of multiple and changeable child care arrangements to early communication skills

Although developmental theory suggests that multiple and changeable child care may not be a most advantageous child care experience, little research has been conducted to examine their effects on child outcomes. Sarah Wise, Ben Edwards, Jennifer Bowes, Ann Sanson, Judy Ungerer, Linda Harrison and Tracey...
Report

Introducing the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children

The Longitudinal Study of Australian Children has been funded as part of the Department of Family and Community Services Stronger Families and Communities Strategy , which aims to establish new partnerships to strengthen families and communities and develop and deliver solutions at a local level...