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Click to View: 2. Effects of the Recession on American Households
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Click to View: 3. High-frequency Surveys in the RAND American Life Panel
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Click to View: 4. Tracked Effects Over Time
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Click to View: 5. Since May 2009:  Added Shorter Monthly Surveys
Click to Enlarge Slide 5. Since May 2009: Added Shorter Monthly Surveys
Click to View: 6. Some of the Topics Covered in the Surveys
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Click to View: 7. Indicator of Immediate Financial Distress
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Click to View: 8. Indicator of Financial Distress
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Click to View: 9. Indicator of Financial Distress
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Click to View: 10. Younger Households More Affected
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Click to View: 11. Poorer Households More Affected
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Click to View: 12. Percent of home owners with negative home equity
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Click to View: 13. Most Have Reduced Spending
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Click to View: 14. Spending Chart
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Click to View: 15. But older persons had smaller declines or even gains
Click to Enlarge Slide 15. But older persons had smaller declines or even gains
Click to View: 16. Important component of spendingPrescription drugs and health care services
Click to Enlarge Slide 16. Important component of spending Prescription drugs and health care services
Click to View: 17. Coping with Income Loss due to Unemployment May 2009 – Jan 2010
Click to Enlarge Slide 17. Coping with Income Loss due to Unemployment May 2009 – Jan 2010
Click to View: 18. Spending and unemployment
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Click to View: 19. Spending levels and change over 3 months
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Click to View: 20. Effect of job loss on dissatisfaction
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Click to View: 21. Effect of job loss on dissatisfaction
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Click to View: 22. Effect of job loss on depression
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Click to View: 23. Stock Market Expectations
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Click to View: 24. Stock Market ExpectationsGive Mixed Picture
Click to Enlarge Slide 24. Stock Market Expectations Give Mixed Picture
Click to View: 25. Stock Market ExpectationsGive Mixed Picture
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Click to View: 26. Expectations About UnemploymentShow No Improvement
Click to Enlarge Slide 26. Expectations About Unemployment Show No Improvement
Click to View: 27. Effect of recession on retirement
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Click to View: 28. Effect on Retirement
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Click to View: 29. Subjective Probability Past Age 62 Chart
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Click to View: 30. Subjective Probability Past Age 65 Chart
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Click to View: 31. Conclusions
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Click to View: 32. Conclusions (cont’)
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Click to View: 33. Thanks To
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Click to View: 34. Recession and Recovery:  How are Americans Affected?
Click to Enlarge Slide 34. Recession and Recovery: How are Americans Affected?
Click to View: 35. Impact of Recession on Young Adults
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Click to View: 36. At Risk Young Adults
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Click to View: 37. How the Recession has Affected Young Adults
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Click to View: 38. Data Source: Add Health
Click to Enlarge Slide 38. Data Source: Add Health
Click to View: 39. Measures: Key Impacts of Severe Recession,Young Adults aged 24-32 in 2008
Click to Enlarge Slide 39. Measures: Key Impacts of Severe Recession, Young Adults aged 24-32 in 2008
Click to View: 40. Economic Status Measures
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Click to View: 41. Economic Status by Key Impacts of Economic Downturn
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Click to View: 42. Material Hardships by Job Instability
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Click to View: 43. Material Hardships by Living Arrangement
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Click to View: 44. Percent in Debt if all Assets Liquefied
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Click to View: 45. Health Measures
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Click to View: 46. Health Indicators by Key Impacts of Economic Downturn
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Click to View: 47. Health Indicators by Job Instability
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Click to View: 48. Mental Health by Job Instability
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Click to View: 49. Health Indicators by Living Arrangement
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Click to View: 50. Mental Health by Living Arrangement
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Click to View: 51. Health Indicators by Living Arrangement
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Click to View: 52. Attitudes/Expectations
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Click to View: 53. Attitudes by Key Impacts of Economic Downturn
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Click to View: 54. Young Adults Who Plan to Have0 or 1 Child
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Click to View: 55. Conclusion
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Click to View: 56. Implications
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Click to View: 57. The Long Reach of Early Childhood Poverty
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Click to View: 58. Poverty rate for children < 6 years old
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Click to View: 59. My talk: Does poverty early in childhood compromise children’s life chances?
Click to Enlarge Slide 59. My talk: Does poverty early in childhood compromise children’s life chances?
Click to View: 60. A Process Model
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Click to View: 61. Experience Shapes Brain Architecture by Over-Production Followed by Pruning
Click to Enlarge Slide 61. Experience Shapes Brain Architecture by Over-Production Followed by Pruning
Click to View: 62. Neural Circuits are Wired in a Bottom-Up Sequence
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Click to View: 63. Brains and Skills are Built in a Bottom-Up Sequence and Shaped by the “Serve and Return”  Nature of Human Interaction
Click to Enlarge Slide 63. Brains and Skills are Built in a Bottom-Up Sequence and Shaped by the “Serve and Return” Nature of Human Interaction
Click to View: 64. Significant Adversity Affects Brain Power
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Click to View: 65. My focus
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Click to View: 66. Adult Outcomes (up to age 37)
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Click to View: 67. Data and Sample
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Click to View: 68. Simple correlations between childhood income and the child’s adult:
Click to Enlarge Slide 68. Simple correlations between childhood income and the child’s adult:
Click to View: 69. Hypothesized relationship between early-childhood income and adult attainment
Click to Enlarge Slide 69. Hypothesized relationship between early-childhood income and adult attainment
Click to View: 70. Regression model
Click to Enlarge Slide 70. Regression model
Click to View: 71. Statistically significant effects of low income on children’s outcomes
Click to Enlarge Slide 71. Statistically significant effects of low income on children’s outcomes
Click to View: 72. Increase in adult earnings associated with a $3,000 annual increase in income
Click to Enlarge Slide 72. Increase in adult earnings associated with a $3,000 annual increase in income
Click to View: 73. Norwegian replication: adult earnings
Click to Enlarge Slide 73. Norwegian replication: adult earnings
Click to View: 74. Policy considerations
Click to Enlarge Slide 74. Policy considerations