Family and Household

General Information

Family and Household
Project Number
This survey is part of the LISS Core Study, a longitudinal study delivering a broad range of social core information about the panel members. The questionnaire focuses on family and household.
Longitudinal Type
Longitudinal Study
Changes regarding to the previous wave are specified in the Introduction of the codebook.

List of concepts:

Parental relations, Partnership, Marriage, Marital history, Children, Partnership and childbirth intentions, Infertility, Parental support, Parent support, Quality of relationship, Division of domestic tasks, Perceived burden domestic tasks, Perceived burden child care, Perceived fairness division tasks, Child education: Supervision, Childcare
Marije Oudejans (Centerdata)
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Relationships Between Fathers and Adult Children: The Cumulative Effects of Divorce and Repartnering Journal of Family Issues XX(X) 1–23, published online 17 July 2013; Kalmijn, M.
Informing panel members about study results: effects of traditional and innovative forms of feedback on participation In: M. Callegaro, R. Baker, J. Bethlehem, A. S. Göritz, J. A. Krosnick and P. J. Lavrakas (Eds.). Online Panel Research: An Interdisciplinary Approach. Wiley. ; Scherpenzeel, Annette and Toepoel, Vera
Depressed feelings after trauma Tilburg University; Heijmans, R.
Family characteristics and entrepreneurship among immigrants in the Netherlands Master thesis, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Erasmus School of Economics; Grigorian, A.A.
Opening the black box of joint household production: Child welfare and parental leisure Working paper, first published online March 7, 2019; Cosaert, S., et al.
Three facets of planning and postponement of parenthood in the Netherlands Demographic Research, 43(23), 659–672; Verweij, R., et al.
Household consumption when the marriage is stable American Economic Review, 107(6), 1507-1534; Cherchye, L., et al.
Guilt in adult mother–child relationships: Connections to intergenerational ambivalence and support Journals of Gerontology: Social Sciences, 75(4), 879–888; Kalmijn, M.
Couples’ job insecurity and relationship satisfaction in the Netherlands Journal of Marriage and Family, 82(3), 875-891; Blom, N., et al.
Feelings of guilt in the family: The case of divorced parents In D. Mortelmans (Eds.) Divorce in Europe. European Studies of Population (pp. 271-289); Kalmijn, M.
Girl power! Laughing all the way to the bank Leiden University; van Dijk, J.
Het effect van subjectief welzijn op inkomen Erasmus University Rotterdam; van den Berg, M.
Politiek & Participatie University of Groningen; Brouwer, B.
Elke stem telt University of Groningen; van Ee, A. C. M.
Vertrouwen in instituties vormt het politiek participeren University of Groningen; de Witte, F.
Politiek leiden of lijden? University of Groningen; Spoor, D.
Door kennis meer invloed? University of Groningen; Vissers, A.
Daughters and divorce The Economic Journal, 131(637), 2144–2170; Kabátek, J., et al.
The wage penalty for informal caregivers from a life course perspective Advances in Life Course Research, 53, 1-10; Raiber, K., et al.
Unequal homes, unequal wellbeing Utrecht University; Blekkink, W.
Determinants of singlehood satisfaction Michigan State University; Oh, J.
Moeders Doen Ertoe ; O’Brien, K.
Moeders doen ertoe Utrecht University; Jochems, S.
A mega-analysis of personality predictions: Robustness and boundary conditions Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 122(3), 523–553; Beck, E. D., et al.
Informal volunteering and socialization effects: Examining modelling and encouragement by parents and partner VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations, 33(2), 347–361; Ramaekers, M. J. M., et al.
Parental childcare with process benefits Economica, 90(357), 339–371; Cosaert, S., et al.
Dutch households and sustainable home improvements Tilburg University; de Bruin, G.
Informal caregivers and life satisfaction: Empirical evidence from the Netherlands Journal of Happiness Studies, first published online May 8, 2023; Blaise, M., et al.
Christelijke vrouwen op de Nederlandse arbeidsmarkt Erasmus University Rotterdam; Koning, C.
Living space size and well-being Erasmus University Rotterdam; Weekenborg, B.
Reminders in Web-Based Data Collection : Increasing Response at the Price of retention? American Journal of Evaluation, 33(2), 240-250; Göritz, Anja S. et al.
Traditionele jongeren en onafhankelijke ouderen Demos, bulletin over bevolking en samenleving, 25(2), pp. 1-4; Kalmijn, M. et al.
Economies of scope in data aggregation: Evidence from health data TILEC, Discussion Paper No. 020, 2022 ; Höcük, S., et al.
Togetherness in the household American Economic Journal: Microeconomics, 15(1), 529-579; Cosaert, S., et al.
Part-time parental leave and life satisfaction: Evidence from the Netherlands Applied Research in Quality of Life, 18(5), 1-23; Dillenseger, L., et al.
Stable marriage, children, and intrahousehold allocations First published online February 20, 2023; Freer, M., et al.