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Paper by Wise, Geronimus and Smock on educational attainment and unintended pregnancy selected as Editor's Choice

PSC Announcement, 2016

12/21/2016

A new analysis by former PSC trainee Akilah Wise and PSC researchers Arline Geronimus and Pamela Smock is Editor's Choice in the Jan-Feb 2017 issue of Women's Health Issues. In it, they examine the link between educational advantage and unintended pregnancy, accounting for structural factors that condition perceptions of pregnancy and its opportunity costs.

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Akilah Wise
Arline T. Geronimus
Pamela Smock

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