Adolescent girls' neural response to reward mediates the relation between childhood financial disadvantage and depression.

@article{Romens2015AdolescentGN,
  title={Adolescent girls' neural response to reward mediates the relation between childhood financial disadvantage and depression.},
  author={Sarah E. Romens and Melynda Casement and Rose L. McAloon and Kate Keenan and Alison E. Hipwell and Amanda E. Guyer and Erika E. Forbes},
  journal={Journal of child psychology and psychiatry, and allied disciplines},
  year={2015},
  volume={56 11},
  pages={1177-84}
}
BACKGROUND Children who experience socioeconomic disadvantage are at heightened risk for developing depression; however, little is known about neurobiological mechanisms underlying this association. Low socioeconomic status (SES) during childhood may confer risk for depression through its stress-related effects on the neural circuitry associated with processing monetary rewards. METHODS In a prospective study, we examined the relationships among the number of years of household receipt of… CONTINUE READING
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