For some time now I have been working on my master thesis. I plan on investigate the prevalence and ACEs scores among inmates, however due to later alterations in my thesis proposal I plan on having prison offisers as control group in order to investigate differences in the populations.
But earlier today I saw the TedTalk (https://www.ted.com/talks/nadi...th_across_a_lifetime) by Harris, and she mention there that the poorer outcome in illness and life expectancy is not only due to (health) behaviour, but strictly biology aswell. Any one who can point me in the direction?
I am aware of the lik to thelomere sortening og allostatic load, but by hers talk it sounded like there should be ACE related studies that could thighten that gap (for me).