Dating different socioeconomic status
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It is possible to score high or low on both dimensions depending on past experience, present attitudes and the nature of the present relationship.
Further, the male psychoaffectional orientation was not markedly different from the female orientation, as has been previously suggested.
The aim of this prospective longitudinal study of adolescents was to investigate socioeconomic differences in adult depression and in the domain of social support from adolescence to adulthood.
We also studied the modifying effect of social support on the relationship between socioeconomic status (SES) and depression.
At 32 years of age there was a social gradient in depression, with a substantially higher prevalence among subjects with lower SES.
Low parental SES during adolescence did not affect the risk of depression at 32 years of age, but the person's lower level of education at 22 years did.