RADAR (Research on Adolescent Development And Relationships) is a longitudinal study that started in 2005. RADAR focuses on the interactions and conflicts of adolescents with parents and peers, their emotional state, personality, identity, and internalizing and externalizing problem behavior. RADAR investigates the development of 800 participants from early adolescence to adulthood. Additionally, their parent(s), intimate partner, brother or sister, and (best) friend also participate in the study.

RADAR data collection 2020-2021

The later RADAR data collection wave was finished in the spring of 2021. In the fall of 2022, wave 12 will take place. We hope that many participants and their partners are willing to participate in wave 12!