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Am J Community Psychol. 1987 Oct;15(5):633-51.

A test of reciprocal risk between undesirable economic and noneconomic life events.

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  • 1Public Policy Research Organizations, Program in Social Ecology, University of California, Irvine 92717.

Abstract

The proposition that undesirable life experiences are risk factors for each other was explored by testing several hypotheses concerning the temporal relationships between economic and noneconomic life events. The tests were conducted using data describing the incidence of stressful experiences among approximately 3,500 Anglo and Hispanic residents of Los Angeles County. Findings suggested that Anglo men who have undesirable economic life experiences are at increased risk of subsequent undesirable noneconomic experiences. Anglo women, however, exhibited the opposite pattern in that those with undesirable noneconomic experiences were at greater risk of subsequent undesirable economic experiences. Implications for theory and practice are also discussed.

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