How do perceived and objective measures of neighbourhood disadvantage vary over time? Results from a prospective-longitudinal study in the UK with implications for longitudinal research on neighbourhood effects on health

PISC International Scholar and External Advisory Board Member, David Humphreys, PhD, and colleagues analyzed measures of objective and perceived exposure to neighborhood disadvantage at 10 time-points over 18 years using data in the Avon Longitudinal Study of Parents and Children in the UK. Results showed when accounting for objective deprivation exposure, poorer socioeconomic and psychosocial indicators at baseline were associated with following more negative perceived neighborhood trajectories over time

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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