Chronic residential crowding and children's well-being: an ecological perspective.

@article{Evans1998ChronicRC,
  title={Chronic residential crowding and children's well-being: an ecological perspective.},
  author={Gary W. Evans and Stephen J Lepore and B R Shejwal and M N Palsane},
  journal={Child development},
  year={1998},
  volume={69 6},
  pages={
          1514-23
        }
}
Chronic residential crowding is associated with difficulties in behavioral adjustment at school, poor academic achievement, heightened vulnerability to the induction of learned helplessness, elevated blood pressure, and impaired parent-child interpersonal relationships among a sample of working-class, 10-to 12-year-old children living in urban India. The significant main effects of residential crowding on blood pressure and learned helplessness are moderated by gender. Residential crowding is… CONTINUE READING

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