Intergenerational social mobility and mid-life status attainment: Influences of childhood intelligence, childhood social factors, and education

@inproceedings{Deary2005IntergenerationalSM,
  title={Intergenerational social mobility and mid-life status attainment: Influences of childhood intelligence, childhood social factors, and education},
  author={Ian J. Deary and Michelle D. Taylor and Carole Hart and Valerie Wilson and George Davey Smith and David Blane and John M. Starr},
  year={2005}
}
We examined the influences of childhood social background, childhood cognitive ability, and education on intergenerational social mobility and social status attainment at midlife. The subjects were men born in 1921 and who participated in the Scottish Mental Survey of 1932 and thereafter in the Midspan Collaborative study in Scotland between 1970 and 1973. In logistic regression analyses, childhood cognitive ability and height were associated with upward and downward change from father's social… CONTINUE READING

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