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Name Mc Crory, Cathal
Main Department Centre For Medical Gerontology
College Title Research Fellow
E-mail mccrorc@tcd.ie
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Description of Research Interests
One of the most consistently documented findings in epidemiological research is that health is socially patterned and that individuals at the lower end of the social spectrum are disproportionately more likely to suffer the burden of ill health. The gradient is apparent in early infancy and extends through childhood and adolescence into adulthood and old age. My research aims to elucidate the processes, pathways and mechanisms through which socially mediated variations in risk exposures come to influence health and mortality across the life-course. In trying to understand the factors contributing to the premature onset of disease among vulnerable groups, it is hoped that we will be better able to understand the ageing process.
 
Publications and Other Research Outputs
Peer Reviewed
Cathal McCrory, Cara Dooley, Richard Layte, Rose Anne Kenny, The Lasting Legacy of Childhood Adversity for Disease Risk In Later Life, Health Psychology
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McCrory, C. & Layte, R., Prenatal Exposure to Maternal Smoking and Childhood Behavioural Problems, Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 40, (8), 2012, p1277 - 1288
McCrory, C. & Murray, A., The effect of breastfeeding on neuro-development in infancy, Maternal and Child Health Journal
McCrory, C. & McNally, S., The effect of pregnancy intention on maternal prenatal behaviours and parent and child health: results of an Irish cohort study, Paediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology, 27, (2), 2013, p208 - 215
McCrory, Cathal & Layte, Richard, Breastfeeding and risk of overweight and obesity at nine years of age, Social Science and Medicine, 75, (2), 2012, p323 - 330
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