This page contains early release files of Main and Supplemental Studies before they are released in their final edited form. If the table below is empty, all data have been released in their final form at this time.

The preliminary data release for the 2017 PSID Transition into Adulthood Supplement (TAS-2017) is now available. The TAS-2017 sample includes young adults ages 18-28 years in PSID families. The TAS questionnaire instrument collected detailed information about development in the young adult years, focusing on topics such as health and psychological well-being, time use, community involvement, self-identity and perception, expectations for the future, family and peer relationships, cohabitation and marriage, work, schooling, and more. The TAS-2017 Early Release ZIP file contains 1 SAS data set and a copy of the box-and-arrow questionnaire. The SAS file includes all public release data collected except for data about employment. These files are *preliminary* and observations and values may change before final and complete files are released later.

The project is sponsored by the Eunice Kennedy Shriver  National Institute of Child Health and Human Development.

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