Faculty mentor: Ken Smith
How is your risk of mortality as an adult affected by your childhood or young adulthood neighborhood? We found that mortality risks vary based on an individual’s location residence in 1940. We explored individual and familial characteristics and interactions were analyzed as possible explanations for these spatial longevity differentials. We found that when controlling for individual and familial factors, childhood and young adult neighborhoods still contribute to adult mortality risk.
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