Participants were 129 children (51.8% male) from the Nijmegen Longitudinal Study (NLS) on Infant and Child Development (Van Bakel and Riksen-Walraven, 2002). The NLS started in 1998 with a community-based sample of 129 infants at 15 months of age representative of the Dutch population. The sample contains children with different backgrounds in terms of family composition (e.g., single- and two-parent families, and number of siblings), parental educational attainment, characteristics of the primary caregiver (gender and employment status), and birth order (i.e., first- and later-born). The current study used data from the fifth (at the age of 9), seventh (age 13), ninth (age 16), and eleventh (age 21) wave of the NLS. The final sample contained 110 respondents.

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