The Child Development Supplement (CDS) was created to provide researchers with comprehensive, nationally representative, longitudinal data on children and their families to study the dynamic process of early human capital formation. The 2019 wave of CDS (CDS-2019) was administered in 2019-2020 and includes information collected from 4,629 children aged 0-17 and their primary caregivers in PSID families (see the CDS-2019 User Guide).

During all waves since 2002 (CDS-II) youth 12 years of age and older completed telephone interviews using interactive voice response (IVR) that included questions on sensitive topics. The survey questionnaire is available here. These topics included relationships, risky behaviors, and substance use.
  These data are publicly available as packaged data and in the online Data Center for waves where all respondents have now reached adulthood, specifically CDS-2002 through CDS-2014. The CDS-2019 reports of sensitive information are available for download from the packaged data page pending approval of the sensitive data application.

CDS is funded by the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute on Child Health and Human Development (R01 HD052646).