Laura Kubzansky on Stress and Reslience
Posted by The Situationist Staff on May 22, 2012
At the Fifth Project on Law and Mind Sciences Conference,“The Psychology of Inequality” (Harvard, 2011) , Laura Kubzansky made a fascinating presentation, titled “Stress and Reslience: Pathways to Social Disparities in Health.” The video of her presentation is above. Here is a short description:
This presentation discusses stress and resilience as important mechanisms by which social disparities influence health. It considers how being stressed or resilient is shaped by social environment, and whether these processes influence health.
Related Situationist posts:
- Psychology of Inequality
- John Palfrey’s PLMS Conference Reflections
- SALMS Liveblogs PLMS Conference
- Harvard Law Record on Tomorrow’s PLMS Conference
- Fifth PLMS Conference Agenda
- The Situational Effects of Wealth and Status
- Perceptions of Income Distribution and Preferences for Redistribution,
- Even monkeys know when they’re being treated unfairly
- A Discussion about (In)Equality
- The Interior Situational Reaction to Inequality
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