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The fact that some one is in poverty effects our mentality is interesting.

In her contribution to the volume "Neuroethics: Defining the issues..." edited by J. Illes, she expose her work on this matter in a chapter entitled "Poverty, privilege and the developing brain: empirical findings and ethical implications"
Its a big insight, destined to rival or even surpass other explanations about the gap between low socioeconomic status people and high-socioeconomic status people, like those explanations offered by marxians or weberians.
I can´t believe why this idea it has not been occurred to anyone before.
It´s brilliant and empirically approachable like no other.

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