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  • Paper examines links between parents’ earnings, gender roles, mental health

    New research by human development and family studies professor Karen Kramer and doctoral researcher Sunjin Pak found that men’s and women’s psychological well-being is affected differently when their wages and share of their family’s income changes.

    New research by human development and family studies professor Karen Kramer and doctoral researcher Sunjin Pak found that men’s and women’s psychological well-being is affected differently when their wages and share of their family’s income changes.

     

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  • Editor’s notes: To reach Karen Kramer, call 217-244-3974; email kramr@illinois.edu

    The paper “Depression and Relative Earnings in Families” is available from the News Bureau.