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Incorporation biologique de l'adversité sociale précoce : le rôle de la charge allostatique dans une perspective biographique

  title={Incorporation biologique de l'adversit{\'e} sociale pr{\'e}coce : le r{\^o}le de la charge allostatique dans une perspective biographique},
  author={C. Barboza Sol{\'i}s},
Introduction. La notion d'" embodiment " propose que chaque humain est a la fois un etre social ainsi que biologique, integrant le monde dans lequel il/elle vit. Nous faisons l'hypothese que la position socioeconomique pendant l'enfance peut etre biologiquement incorporee, conduisant a la production des inegalites sociales de sante entre les sous-groupes de population. La charge allostatique (CA) est un concept qui tente de capturer l'usure physiologique globale du corps liee a l'activation… 


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  • C. Hertzman
  • Psychology, Medicine
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
  • 2012
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