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Effects of Children in Poverty

[Summary]Poverty, social inequality and mental health The World Health Organization has described poverty as the greatest cause of suffering on earth. This article considers the direct and indirect effects of relative poverty on the development of emotional,

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Poverty, social inequality and mental health

The World Health Organization has described poverty as the greatest cause of suffering on earth. This article considers the direct and indirect effects of relative poverty on the development of emotional, behavioural and psychiatric problems, in the context of the growing inequality between rich and poor. The problems of children in particular are reviewed. Targets to reduce inequality have been set both nationally and internationally.

Association of Child Poverty, Brain Development, and Academic Achievement

Effects of Children in Poverty

This longitudinal cohort study investigates whether atypical structural development in areas of the brain tied to school readiness skills mediates the relationship between childhood poverty and impaired academic performance.

Statistics on How Poverty Affects Children in Schools

Effects of Children in Poverty

Approximately one in five children in the United States live in poverty, according to the American Psychological Association, a status that affects more than housing status and food supply. Children ...

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