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This project examines whether community poverty rate correlates with the rate of affective disorder; a community with a lower household income has a higher rate of affective disorders. It also studies the African American population rate of a community is associated with the rate of affective disorder; the community with a larger African American population rate has a higher rate of affective disorders.
St. Louis City & County
Fu, Linyun and Tu, Li-Tzu, "Affective Disorders in St. Louis Region: The Risk Factors of Poverty and Race" (2014). GIS Posters. Poster 37.