Teen rejection related to later chronic diseases

A study from UBC, reported in TIME Health and Family, looked at the impact of “targeted rejection” in teen aged girls and the physiological correlates it produced.  Interestingly, social status appeared to possibly buffer some of the negative impact of the rejection, and accompanying physiological problems.


1 Response to “Teen rejection related to later chronic diseases”

  1. 1 Joseph Snyder October 26, 2012 at 12:59 pm

    This email message wound up in my spam folder!

    I wonder if this rejection by my Gmail will lead to later chronic diseases.

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