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Feb 5, 2020
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I agree that this is not the best question, but by “based on other results reported in the passage,” I think the question is directing you to the results in the last paragraph, which says SES was the only factor that partially affected the association.
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Aug 7, 2018
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I think you got caught up in the first paragraph where they said in general assimilation = worse health. However, the question asks about this study specifically, where "the researchers did not find that assimilation...affected the language-health relationship" but instead found one between SES and health.
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