Adverse Early Life Experiences as a Social Determinant of Mental Health

@inproceedings{Koplan2014AdverseEL,
  title={Adverse Early Life Experiences as a Social Determinant of Mental Health},
  author={Carol Koplan and Anna N Chard},
  year={2014}
}
Adverse early life experiences (AELEs) are social interactions experienced by infants, children, and adolescents that may be inconsistent, threatening, neglectful, frightening, traumatic, or harmful and are risk factors for poor health outcomes. They involve interactions with individuals, the social or physical environment, the community, or society in general. AELEs are more broadly associated with unstable or unsafe out-of-home environments, as well as other factors such as poverty and food… CONTINUE READING

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