Lifetime Paid Work and Mental Health Problems among Poor Urban 9-to-13-Year-Old Children in Brazil

@inproceedings{Bordin2013LifetimePW,
  title={Lifetime Paid Work and Mental Health Problems among Poor Urban 9-to-13-Year-Old Children in Brazil},
  author={I A Bordin and Ivens H. Pires and Cristiane S Paula},
  booktitle={TheScientificWorldJournal},
  year={2013}
}
OBJECTIVE To verify if emotional/behavioral problems are associated with lifetime paid work in poor urban children, when taking into account other potential correlates. METHODS Cross-sectional study focused on 9-to-13-year-old children (n = 212). In a probabilistic sample of clusters of eligible households (women 15-49 years and son/daughter <18 years), one mother-child pair was randomly selected per household (n = 813; response rate = 82.4%). CBCL/6-18 identified child emotional/behavioral… CONTINUE READING

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