2 edition of Employment status and preventive health behaviors in women, based on a Kaiser-Permanente survey, 1970-71 found in the catalog.
Includes vita and abstract.UO 88 161--UO 88 162.Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Oregon, 1987.Bibliography: leaves 108-117.Microfiche. Eugene : Microform Publications, College of Human Development and Performance, University of Oregon, 1988. 2 microfiches : negative.s 1988 oru n
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1 Household substance abuse During your childhood did you. Child Abuse Negl 1990;14 2 :227-31. Washington DC : US Department of Health and Human Services, Administration on Children, Youth, and Families; 2005. We used data from the 2002 Texas Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System BRFSS to calculate and report prevalence estimates for 7 ACEs and for specific groupings: no abuse or household dysfunction, household dysfunction only, abuse only, and both household dysfunction and abuse.
Magnetic resonance imaging has revealed reductions in hippocampal volumes among severely sexually abused women, and reductions in the intracranial 1970-71 cerebral volumes among maltreated children compared with those who were not maltreated 5,6.
Studies have reported that 1 in 4 of the adult population report growing up in homes with alcoholism 31 ; our study found that 1 in 5 reported this exposure. The ACE score is the total sum of the different categories of ACEs reported by participants. Moreover, childhood adversities appear to be associated with health problems such as current smoking, obesity, and poor or fair general health among Texas adults. If you include the ACE Study questionnaires in your research, a copy of the subsequent article s is requested send to.
Did a household member go to prison? Because ACEs tend to co-occur 16-18we created 2 separate categories of exposures by combining the 7 individual ACEs: childhood abuse and household dysfunction. Often or very often hit you so hard that you had marks or were injured? Della Femina D, Yeager CA, Lewis DO.
In 2002, Texas administered a set of state-added questions on the BRFSS questionnaire to assess ACEs among adults. The proportion of people reporting ACEs was also examined by select sociodemographic variables. Household dysfunction was determined through responses to questions regarding substance abuse, mental illness, whether mother or stepmother was treated violently, and incarceration of a household member.
Dube SR, Fairweather D, Pearson WS, Felitti VJ, Anda RF, Croft JB.
PEER REVIEWED Abstract Introduction We assessed the prevalence of 7 childhood adversities psychological, physical, and sexual abuse; household mental illness; household substance abuse; maternal battery; and incarceration of a household member and the associations of those adversities with health outcomes.
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Teicher MH, Ito Y, Glod CA, Andersen SL, Dumont N, Ackerman E.