We conducted hierarchical regression analysis to explore the moderating effect of perceived socioeconomic status
on the relationship between benevolence--dependability value and subjective value in the intertemporal choice task, while controlling for age, gender, and grade.
Participants who compared themselves with people at the very bottom would experience a high subjective socioeconomic status
(SSES), whereas those who compared with people at the very top would experience a low SSES.
is also associated with the perception of the possibilities for practicing physical activities.
Score analysis: Regarding the construction of the socioeconomic status
index, a data exploratory factorial analysis for the elaboration of the socioeconomic status
index was initially developed.
Low socioeconomic status
, low monthly household income and low educational level are associated with less access to dental services and oral hygiene products, poorer knowledge regarding oral health and oral hygiene and, consequently, a greater frequency and severity of dental caries.A15 Another study suggested that, the use of tooth brushing was higher among the children of mothers with higher education, as compared with those born to mothers with lower education.16
Males were more depressed than females and there was higher level of depression in upper middle socioeconomic status
than other socioeconomic statuses.
The socioeconomic status
was determined by taking objective criteria--income, occupation and prestige.
Results: The mean age at menarche was 12.1 [+ or -] 1.19 years, which was less than that observed in studies conducted in various parts of world and India, which also showed a statistically significant association with body mass index and socioeconomic status
Many factors such as nutrition and socioeconomic status
affect IQ development.
Generally the factors that are responsible for academic performance of students include age gender geographical belongingness ethnicity marital status socioeconomic status
(SES) parents' education level parental profession language income and religious affiliations.
His topics include defining and measuring health, the relationship between socioeconomic status
and health, how low social status leads to poor health, whether race/ethnicity or socioeconomic status
is more important in affecting health status, children's health disparities, whether race/ethnicity affects how physicians treat patients, why it does, when it is appropriate to use a patient's race/ethnicity to guide medical decisions, and how to reduce health disparities.