Adolescent girls’ neural response to reward mediates the relation between childhood financial disadvantage and depression
Children who experience socioeconomic disadvantage are at heightened risk for developing depression; however, little is known about neurobiological mechanisms underlying this association. Low socioeconomic status (SES) during childhood may confer risk for depression through its stress‐related effects on the neural circuitry associated with processing monetary rewards.
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