Contribution of Socioeconomic Status at 3 Life-Course Periods to Late-Life Memory Function and Decline: Early and Late Predictors of Dementia Risk.

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Both early life and adult socioeconomic status (SES) predict late-life level of memory; however, evidence is mixed on the relationship between SES and rate of memory decline. Further, the relative importance of different life-course periods for rate of late-life memory decline has not been evaluated. We examined associations between life-course SES and late… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/aje/kwx155

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@article{Marden2017ContributionOS, title={Contribution of Socioeconomic Status at 3 Life-Course Periods to Late-Life Memory Function and Decline: Early and Late Predictors of Dementia Risk.}, author={Jessica R. Marden and Eric J. Tchetgen Tchetgen and Ichiro Kawachi and M Maria M Glymour}, journal={American journal of epidemiology}, year={2017}, volume={186 7}, pages={805-814} }