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We found that participants' benevolence--dependability value did not significantly predict the subjective value of their intertemporal choice when their perceived socioeconomic status was high (+1 SD above the mean), [beta] =.007, t(111) = 0.061, p = .951.
"The result suggests that low socioeconomic status may increase people's motivation and intention to consume more foods, or food with higher calories," Prof.
Socioeconomic status is a multidimensional concept determined by the three main parameters: household income, education, and occupation.
A single factor (socioeconomic status index) with an eigenvalue of 1.95 was identified, resulting in a socioeconomic status index with a mean of 26.13 (SD [+ or -] 15.85).
5 Kristina S, Egle AB, Egle S, Ingrida V, Vilija A, Jurate Z .The role of parental education and socioeconomic status in dental caries prevention among Lithuanian children.
Conclusion: It is concluded that depression is common in male and female university students belonging to different socioeconomic status in Karachi, Pakistan.
OBSERVATION AND RESULTS: The table shows the socioeconomic status of cases included in the study.
But, more important are improvement in nutrition and improvement in socioeconomic status, especially in developing countries such as India.
Table 2 shows the effect of socioeconomic status on the development of IQ.
Besides other factors one of the most researched and debated factor is socioeconomic status among educational professionals that contribute towards the academic performance of students.
Measurements included body mass index (BMI), race/ethnicity, sex, and socioeconomic status. The data were compared for kindergarten, first, third, and fifth grade.
An analysis of a large nationwide dataset finds that regardless of their socioeconomic status, black women were nearly twice as likely as white women to be diagnosed with triple-negative (TN) breast cancer, a subtype that has a poorer prognosis.