Flouri, Eirini and Mavroveli, Stella and Tzavidis, Nikos
Modeling risks: Area deprivation, family socio-economic disadvantage, and adverse life events effects on young children’s psychopathology.
Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, 45 (6).
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||The paper presents a study which was carried out to address a very significant gap in knowledge: the appropriate modelling of the effects of area and family contextual risk on young children’s behaviour. The Millennium Cohort Study dataset was enriched with very detailed geographical information. It was found that area-level socio-economic disadvantage (SED) predicts child psychopathology via family characteristics; family-level SED predicts psychopathology largely by its impact on development; and family-level adverse life events predict psychopathology independently of earlier adversity, SED and child characteristics, as well as maternal psychopathology, parenting and education.
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