Subjective Social Status and Inflammatory Gene Expression

@article{Murray2019SubjectiveSS,
  title={Subjective Social Status and Inflammatory Gene Expression},
  author={Damian R. Murray and M. Haselton and Melissa R. Fales and S. Cole},
  journal={Health Psychology},
  year={2019},
  volume={38},
  pages={182–186}
}
Objective: There exists a well-established link between low perceived social status and poorer health outcomes. However, the molecular mechanisms associated with this link remain unclear. This study begins to fill this gap by investigating the effects of low perceived subjective social status on health-related gene expression. Method: Participants were 47 healthy heterosexual women (mean age 20.5 years) from a large American university. Participants gave 10 mL of peripheral blood and completed… Expand
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