10 family money - too little too much

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MONEY MAKES THE WORLD GO ROUND: TOO LITTLE AND TOO MUCH SFL 354
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Conger and Conger: How economic hardship influences families The adverse effects of low SES on mental and  physical health outcomes are as close to a universal  truth as social science has offered. Repetti, Taylor, and Seeman, 2002, p. 359
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Conger and Conger: How economic hardship influences families The adverse effects of low SES on mental and  physical health outcomes are as close to a universal  truth as social science has offered. Repetti, Taylor, and Seeman, 2002, p. 359 What evidence do you have that this is true?
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Conger and Conger: How economic hardship influences families The adverse effects of low SES on mental and  physical health outcomes are as close to a universal  truth as social science has offered. Repetti, Taylor, and Seeman, 2002, p. 359 What evidence do you have that this is true? Malnutrition? Parasites? Hunger, beyond 24 hours? Poisons or toxins in the environment? Limited resources for education and personal improvement
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Conger and Conger: How economic hardship influences families Evidence suggests that low SES is a factor in terms  of: Above average rates of physical, emotional, and behavioral  problems in adults and children Below average levels of cognitive development in children Impaired functioning in parents
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Conger and Conger: How economic hardship influences families The link between SES and outcomes can be  presented from a: Social causation perspective – argues that social and economic  circumstances (in people’s lives) directly influence their  emotions, beliefs and behaviors.
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Conger and Conger: How economic hardship influences families The link between SES and outcomes can be  presented from a: Social causation perspective – argues that social and economic  circumstances (in people’s lives) directly influence their  emotions, beliefs and behaviors. Social selection perspective – proposes that attributes of  individuals determine the kinds of social and economic events  they will experience over time (e.g., high IQ is the real cause  for the link between  SES and child cognitive competence)
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Conger and Conger: How economic hardship influences families The link between SES and outcomes can be 
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