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in Los Angeles. We are grateful for financial support from NICHD Grant Number 1 R01 HD04645633-01. We also appreciate the funding from several agencies to the PSID that supports the data infrastructure necessary to our research. Also, grants from Atlantic Philanthropies and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation funded the collection of giving and(More)
This study investigated whether family structure transition and low income are risk factors in the development of prosocial behavior. Models of young adults' prosocial behavior - charitable giving and volunteering - were estimated as functions of their family structure and income during the stages of childhood. Participants were a representative sample of(More)
Preliminary versions of this paper was presented at the 2006 Population Association of America Annual Meeting and the 2008 meeting of the Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Activity. We are grateful for financial support from NICHD Grant Number 1 R01 HD04645633-01. We are thankful to the agencies that fund the PSID data(More)
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