Effects of maternal childhood adversity & depression on socioeconomic status

Women who reported higher levels of childhood adversity combined with higher levels of self-reported depressive symptoms are significantly more likely to live in low socio-economic environments. A new collaborative study, which included Ludmer Centre researchers A. Bouvette-Turcot, E. Unternaehrer, H. Gaudreau and M. Meaney, suggest that Socio-economic status is influenced by a life-course-pathway that begins in childhood and includes adversity-related mental health outcomes. Read more 

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