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書名 Socioeconomic status and health in industrial nations [electronic resource] : social, psychological, and biological pathways / edited by Nancy E. Adler ... [et al.]
出版項 New York : New York Academy of Sciences, 1999
國際標準書號 1573312118 (cloth : alk. paper)
1573312126 (paper : alk. paper)
book jacket
說明 1 online resource (xv, 500 p.) : ill.
系列 Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences ; v. 896
附註 "This volume is the result of a conference entitled Socioeconomic Status and Health in Industrial Nations: Social, Psychological, and Biological Pathways ... held on May 10-12, 1999 in Bethseda, Maryland"--Contents p
Includes bibliographical references and index
Socioeconomic status and health: what we know and what we don't -- Epidemiology of socioeconomic status and health: are determinants within countries the same as between countries? -- Protective and damaging effects of mediators of stress. Elaborating and testing the concepts of allostasis and allostatic load -- Health, hierarchy, and social anxiety -- Developmental influences across the life span -- Maternal care, gene expression, and the development of individual differences in stress reactivity -- The biological embedding of early experience and its effects on health in adulthood -- Hierarchies of life histories and associated health risks -- What is the role of the social environment in understanding inequalities in health? -- Social capital and community effects on population and individual health -- Socioeconomic status and chronic stress. Does stress account for SES effects on health? -- Status, stress, and atherosclerosis: the role of environment and individual behavior -- Stress responses in low-status jobs and their relationship to health risks: musculoskeletal disorders -- Race, socioeconomic status, and health. The added effects of racism and discrimination -- Pathways by which SES and ethnicity influence cardiovascular disease risk factors -- Psychosocial resources and the SES-health relationship -- Do negative emotions mediate the association between socioeconomic status and health? -- Social status and susceptibility to respiratory infections -- Sleep as a mediator of the relationship between socioeconomic status and health: a hypothesis -- Cardiovascular pathways: socioeconomic status and stress effects on hypertension and cardiovascular function -- Public policy frameworks for improving population health -- Socioeconomic status and health. Policy implications in research, public health, and medical care -- Solving the puzzle of socioeconomic status and health: the need for integrated, multilevel, interdisciplinary research -- Social class differences in morbidity using the new U.K. National Statistics Socio-Economic Classification. Do class differences in employment relations explain class differences in health? -- Orthostatic blood pressure responses as a function of ethnicity and socioeconomic status: the ARIC study -- Social class as a moderator of income effects on stress and health outcomes across nine years -- Socioeconomic disparities in adult oral health in the United States -- Income inequality, social trust, and self-reported health status in high-income countries -- The Human Development Index and Per Capita Gross National Product as predictors of dental caries prevalence in industrialized and industrializing countries -- Pathways between area-level income inequality and increased mortality in U.S. men -- Education, income, wealth, and health among whites and African Americans -- Income inequality and mortality in Canada and the United States. An analysis of provinces/states -- For richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health: socioeconomic status and health among married couples -- Determinants of health: testing of a conceptual model -- The direct and indirect effects of metropolitan area inequality on mortality. A hierarchical analysis -- Unbundling education: a critical discussion of what education confers and how it lowers risk for disease and death -- Socioeconomic disparities in adolescent health: contributing factors -- Effects of socioeconomic status and psychosocial stress on the development of the fetus -- Social position, age, and memory performance in the Whitehall II Study -- Social dominance and cardiovascular reactivity in preschoolers. Associations with SES and health -- Markers of transition to adulthood, socioeconomic status of origin, and trajectories of health -- Racial differences in education, obesity, and health in later life -- Limitations to the use of education as an SES indicator in studies of the elderly. Confounding by cognition -- Parenting behavior and emotional health as mediators of family poverty effects upon young low-birthweight children's cognitive ability -- Socioeconomic factors and emergency pediatric ICU admissions -- Socioeconomic status and health among elderly people in Sweden -- A multivariate model of functional decline in the elderly: the differential influence of income versus education -- Socioeconomic status, social support, age, and health -- Measurement of social capital -- Racism and health: segregation and causes of death amenable to medical intervention in major U.S. cities -- Identifying social pathways for health inequalities. The role of housing -- Transitions into poverty following job loss and the depression-reemployment relationship -- Longitudinal effects of occupational, psychological, and social background characteristics on health of older workers -- Social class and social cohesion: a content validity analysis using a nonrecursive structural equation model -- The effect of job strain on ambulatory blood pressure in men: does it vary by socioeconomic status? -- Socioeconomic differences in social information processing and cardiovascular reactivity -- Social environmental stress in indigenous populations: potential biopsychosocial mechanisms -- Social status, anabolic activity, and fat distribution -- Socioeconomic status as a correlate of sleep in African-American and Caucasian women -- The differential effects of sleep quality and quantity on the relationship between SES and health -- Stress responsivity and body fatness: links between socioeconomic status and cardiovascular risk factors in youth -- Social class differences in maternal stress appraisal during pregnancy -- The effects of race, gender, and education on the structure of self-rated health among community-dwelling older adults -- Socioeconomic differences in measures of hostility -- SES and oral health status in an elderly population -- Hostility, coronary heart disease, and ischemia. The role of socioeconomic status -- Education, infant health, and cigarette smoking -- Morbidity and health--National Health Interview Survey, 1987. In generalized additive models -- Neighborhood socioeconomic context and adult health. The mediating role of individual health behaviors and psychosocial factors -- Goal-striving stress, social economic status, and the mental health of black Americans -- Moderating and mediating effects of socioeconomic status, perceived peer condom use, and condom negotiation on sexual risk behavior among African-American and white adolescent females -- Dissociative disruptions--psychological (psychosocial) pathways uncovered in the healing process -- Does cognitive functioning mediate the well-documented link between education and functional disability in middle-aged adults? -- Socioeconomic status and health: a new explanation -- A framework for evidenced-based reviews of interventions for supportive social environments -- Social ordering in developing countries: does hierarchy have the same effect as in post-industrial nations? A look at Nepal -- SES, Medicare coverage, and flu shot utilization among vulnerable women in the women's health and aging study -- The association of race/socioeconomic status and use of Medicare services. A little-known failure in access to care
主題 Social medicine -- Congresses
Public health -- Economic aspects -- Congresses
Social status -- Health aspects -- Congresses
Economic status -- Health aspects -- Congresses
Diseases -- Causes and theories of causation -- Congresses
Social Medicine -- Congresses
Health Policy -- Congresses
Health Status -- Congresses
Social Change -- Congresses
Social Class -- Congresses
Socioeconomic Factors -- Congresses
Alt Author Adler, Nancy E
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