Session 97:
Sociocultural Issues in Maternal and Child Health in the U.S.

Friday, May 10
12:30 PM - 2:20 PM
3rd Floor

Chair: Nancy Reichman, Princeton University
Discussant: Angela R. Fertig, Princeton University

  1. SES Impacts on Relationships between Medical Impairments in Children Aged 5-17 and Their Functional Limitations, Health Status, and School AttendanceRoger Avery, Brown University; Michael Msall, Brown University; Brian Mayer, Brown University

  2. Do American Mothers Treat Sons and Daughters Alike?Elizabeth M. Armstrong, Princeton University; Christopher C. Weiss, Princeton University

  3. The Effect of Maternal Nativity on the Health Status of Mexican-American InfantsEunjeong Kim, University of Texas at Austin; Samuel Echevarria, University of Texas at Austin

  4. Maternal and Infant Health of the Mexican-Origin Population in Chicago: A Study of the Effect of Acculturation on Health in the United StatesMiguel Ceballos, University of Wisconsin at Madison

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