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Is it there when you need It?: Mismatch in perception of future availability and subsequent receipt of instrumental social support

An examination of associations between belief in the future of instrumental support (availability of child care, temporary housing, and financial assistance), the subsequent reaction to inadequate support, and the experience of a major depressive event in a socioeconomically diverse sample of new mothers from the Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing Study, a Longitudinal sample of 4,898 children, including 3,712 children born to unmarried parents and 1,186 born to married parents in 20 large American cities
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