Findings reveal the relationships between socioeconomic status, brain size, and cognition are established early in life.
People who are financially more comfortable during mid-life tend to live longer, researchers say.
Could it be possible to judge a person's socioeconomic status by simply looking at their face? A new study revels that people can accurately assess whether a person is rich or poor, but only when the person displays a neutral face that is void of a smile or emotion.
Dyslexic children of lower socioeconomic status benefit more from summer reading programs than their more affluent peers, a new study reports.
A new study looks at the long term ramifications of childhood lead exposure, finding links to lower cognitive function, IQ and socioeconomic status.
A new study reports researchers have identified a link between academic achievement, parental income and cortical thickness in children.
Neuroimaging study finds correlation between a child's brain development and the socioeconomic status of their family.