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  • 1.The New Battle on Poverty
    The 50th anniversary of the War on Poverty examines the consequences of poverty — homelessness, poor health, hunger, high-poverty neighborhoods plagued with high crime and low-performing schools, in a pool of shallow opportunities.
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  • 2.Effects of Poverty, Hunger, and Homelessness on Children and Youth
    Where child poverty is concentrated, the effects of youth poverty regarding academic achievement, psychosocial outcomes and physical health, the prevalence of child hunger in the U.S., the effects of hunger and undernutrition on child development, the risks severe hunger can have on school-aged youth, the risk factors for homelessness in children and youth, and more.
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  • 3.Office on Socioeconomic Status Resources & Publications
    Publications, The SES Indicator, APA Policy Statements on Socioeconomic Status and SES Network and Listserv.
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  • 4.Social Class Curricula: Course Syllabi
    Psychology professors who address social class in their courses contributed relevant syllabi & class units/sessions.
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  • 5.APA Policy Statements on Socioeconomic Status
    Resolution on Poverty and SES: This resolution has framed poverty as an outcome of inequalities that render certain demographic groups more vulnerable.
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  • 6.Poverty’s Impact on Women’s Mental Health
    The estimates of the numbers of women on welfare who experience major depression, posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anxiety disorders, panic disorders, and agoraphobia, as well as serious mental illnesses such as schizophrenia and bipolar disorder, vary a good deal. Generally, however, most reports find that poor women experience these mental health disorders at much higher rates than the general population.
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  • 7.Socioeconomic Status Office (SES)
    The Office on Socioeconomic Status is responsible for directing, overseeing, facilitating and promoting psychology’s contribution to the understanding of SES and the lives and well-being of the poor.
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  • 8.Resources for the Inclusion of Social Class in Psychology Curricula
    Report addresses highly significant intersections with other social class and gender, race/ethnicity and other areas that affect human development.
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  • 9.November 2011 Policy Update
    APA’s Public Interest Government Relations Office met with staff of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Office of Extramural Research and had a briefing on the psychological benefits of work.
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  • 10.Poverty and Socioeconomic Status
    Advocacy efforts address access to health care, education, safe and affordable housing, adequate wages, safety net programs and employment laws.
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