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coresident

[kō′rez·ə·dənt]
(computer science)
A computer program or program module that is stored in a computer memory along with other programs.
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When resources and parenting responsibilities were included (model 2), married or cohabiting respondents living with no parent or just one had 73% lower odds of graduating than single respondents living with two parents; they also had lower odds than married or cohabiting respondents with two coresident parents (not shown).
We treat a number of time-varying inputs to the child outcome production process as endogenous to the parents: mother's daily work hours in her current paying job (MOMWKHRS); her daily number of cigarettes smoked (CIGARETTES); enrollment of the subject child in a private or religious school (PRIVSC) or in a public school (PUBSC); the child's age (AGECH), conditioned by whether or not the child ever attended Head Start (HSEVER); and annual household income (INCOME) per number of coresident children (NUMCHILD) age 18 or under.
Women having experienced demographic events by their 25th birthday, two cohorts at 10-year distance: estimates from the FFS Country Cohorts Have left Have entered Have become parental a coresident mothers home union Austria 1956-61 86.
Utilization of formal services was less likely for elderly people with coresident caregivers regardless of their relationships status, than for elderly people living alone (Tennstedt et al.
In 2000, the data showed that coresident grandparents who were under age 60 were more likely to be responsible for their grandchildren (50 percent) than coresident grandparents who were aged 60 and over (31 percent).
P23-198, CORESIDENT GRANDPARENTS AND GRANDCHILDREN 1 (May 1999) (visited Oct.
Since the data sets provide more reliable information on coresident children (in some data sets, information was also collected on nonresident children), it is likely that schooling decisions of these children are not yet complete.
Aging parents with coresident adult children: The impact of lifelong caregiving.
1993) Burden Scale 315 spouse caregivers of Pruchno (1990) elders with AD or related disorder Caregiver Strain Index 85 primary caregivers of Robinson (1983) elderly people discharged from the hospital with heart disease or hip fracture Caregiver Stress Scale 19 current caregivers Worcester & living with elderly Quayhagen (1983) people and 29 past coresident caregivers of elderly people now in nursing home Burden Inventory 29 primary caregivers of Zarit, Reever, & Bach- community-dwelling Peterson (1980) demented family members Scale Reliability/Validity/Comment Caregiving Hassles 24-hour test-retest reliability: full Scale scare .
Also covered under the public system are students at the national universities, retired persons who were eligible for free care when working, and foreign advisors and their coresident family members.