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Kids' Psychological Problems Have Long-Term Effects
Date:5/17/2010

psychological difficulty when young, then the cost across the lifetime of all Americans is more than $2.1 trillion.

Those with a troubled childhood were found to be both 11 percent less likely to marry and a half-year behind the curve in total schooling, the researchers found.

The authors suggested that recurring mental issues could explain their findings, given that more than one-third of children with psychological problems go on to have adult issues as well.

"Not all of the people who have psychological problems during childhood will carry these problems into adulthood. But they are 10 to 20 times more likely than others to have these shortfalls during adulthood," Smith said.

"Our findings illustrate what the enormous potential might be of identifying and treating these problems early in life," he added.

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For more on childhood mental health, visit the U.S. National Institute of Mental Health.



-- Alan Mozes



SOURCE: Social Science & Medicine, news release, May 13, 2010


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