We used life history theory as a theoretical framework to explain the moderating effect of perceived socioeconomic status
on the relationship between benevolence--dependability value and the subjective value of intertemporal choice.
In the last study, the research looked at whether low socioeconomic status
would stimulate food intake when larger portions were provided in a meal.
Measurement of socioeconomic status
in health disparities research.
The socioeconomic status
index was lower, with a mean of 21.44 ([+ or -] 16.22) among participants with disability compared to those without disability, with a mean of 31.21 ([+ or -] 17.11).
Anorlu et al (2006) reported that anaemia was more common in low socioeconomic status
([chi.sup.2] = 24.67, P = 0.00090).
In this study, girls belonging to high socioeconomic status
matured earlier than those belonging to low socioeconomic status
[Table 3], with a highly significant ANOVA value (P < 0.0049).
According to them, socioeconomic status
and nutrition have a great influence on the development of IQ.
Future work should seek ways to help "clinicians to more deliberately message healthy weight maintenance and explore how these patterns can be more robustly discussed among children who are at risk, especially Hispanic children and children who have low socioeconomic status
," she added.
This paper is going to unravel intricate pathway between socioeconomic status
and academic achievement.
Consequently, one comprehensive model could provide an overall assessment of the constructs by using a combination of the four indicators (socioeconomic status
of parents, parental feeding practice, physical activity, and weight status of children).
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