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2014 Population Association of America (PAA)

Population Association of America
2014 Annual Meeting – Boston, Massachusetts
May 1-3, 2014
 

The RWJF Health & Society Scholars program is proud to announce that the following individuals, associated with the HSS program (identified in bold type below), are participating in sessions at this meeting.  Please note that titles listed in ALL CAPS are session titles and all others are individual paper sessions. A complete session listing noting dates and times is currently available at paa2014.princeton.edu/ and specific session locations will be published in the final program.

MARRIAGE, UNIONS, FAMILIES AND HOUSEHOLDS
Esther M. Friedman, RAND Corporation; Emily Wiemers, University of Massachusetts at Boston
New Estimates of the “Sandwich Generation” in the 2013 Panel Study of Income Dynamics
 
Michelle Frisco, Pennsylvania State University; Derek Kreager, Pennsylvania State University; Marin Wenger, Pennsylvania State University
Infidelity, Union Dissolution, and Mental Health among Young Adults in the United States
 
MATERNAL, INFANT, AND CHILD HEALTH AND MORTALITY
Nancy E. Reichman, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School; Julien O. Teitler, Columbia University; Sophie C Moullin, Princeton University
Late Preterm Birth and Health at the Starting Gate
 
EDUCATION AND ASSIMILATION
Chair: Van C. Tran
Discussant: Julia Gelatt, Princeton University
 
POLICY AND INTERVENTION EFFECTS ON ADOLESCENT SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH
Chair: Anna Kaagesten, Johns Hopkins University Discussant: Jeffrey Bingenheimer, George Washington University
 
LIFE COURSE INFLUENCES ON HEALTH AND MORTALITY IN INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE
Chair: Steven A. Haas, Pennsylvania State University Discussant: Noreen Goldman, Princeton University
 
EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
Chair: James P. Smith, RAND Corporation Discussant: Jeanne Brooks-Gunn, Columbia University Discussant: David Blau, Ohio State University Discussant: P. Lindsay Chase-Lansdale, Northwestern University
 
LIFE COURSE PERSPECTIVES ON FAMILIES AND HEALTH
Jenjira Yahirun, University of Texas at Austin; Mark D. Hayward, University of Texas at Austin
Children’s Education and Parents’ Health in Mexico: Evidence for “Upward” Transfers of Intergenerational Resources
 
SMOKING, OBESITY, AND EXERCISE
Chair: Jarron M. Saint Onge, University of Kansas Discussant: Patrick M. Krueger, University of Colorado at Denver
 
DEMOGRAPHY AND ETHNO-RACIAL INEQUALITY I
Hedwig Lee, University of Washington; Nina Cesare, University of Washington; Tyler McCormick, University of Washington; Julia Morris, University of Washington; Ali Shojaie, University of Washington
Redrawing the “Color Line”: Examining Racial Homophily of Associative Networks in Social Media
 
FERTILITY INTENTIONS AND BEHAVIOR
Reanne Frank, Ohio State University; Elizabeth Wildsmith, Child Trends; Kristi Williams, Ohio State University
Hispanic/Mexican Fertility: A Cause for Concern?
 
RESIDENTIAL SEGREGATION
Megan Andrew, University of Notre Dame; Maggie Hicken, University of Michigan
Socioeconomic Segregation and Infant Health in the American Metropolitan, 1980-2000
 
LIFE COURSE APPROACHES TO HEALTH AND MORTALITY
Anna Zajacova, University of Wyoming; Jennifer Karas Montez, Case Western Reserve University
The Health Value of the GED: Testing the Role of Noncognitive Skills, Health Behaviors, and Labor-Market Factors
 
NEW INSIGHTS INTO THE DETERMINANTS OF ADOLESCENT SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH
Kate W. Strully, University at Albany, State University of New York (SUNY); David P. Kennedy, RAND Corporation
Adolescent Sexual Risk Behaviors and Out of School Relationships
 
CAUSAL APPROACHES TO HEALTH AND HEALTH BEHAVIORS
Chair: Patrick M. Krueger, University of Colorado at Denver
Discussant: Laura M. Argys, University of Colorado at Denver
 
INCARCERATION AND ECONOMIC OUTCOMES
Chair: Christopher Wildeman, Yale University Discussant: Amanda B. Geller, Columbia University
Kristin Turney, University of California, Irvine; Daniel Schneider, University of California, Berkeley
Incarceration and Household Wealth
 
EDUCATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT AND ATTAINMENT
Vida Maralani, Yale University; Seongsoo Choi, Yale University
Cohort Trends in the Relationship between Non-Cognitive Skills and Educational Attainment
 
GENDER DISPARITIES IN HEALTH AND MORTALITY
Jennifer A. Ailshire, University of Southern California; Jeffrey D. Morenoff, University of Michigan
Putting Gender in Context: Gender Differences in Neighborhood Influences on Health
 
Esther M. Friedman, RAND Corporation; Connor Sheehan, University of Texas at Austin; Tara Gruenewald, University of California, Los Angeles; Teresa E. Seeman, University of California, Los Angeles
Gender Differences in the Association between Childhood Adversities and Adult Health
 
Marissa Seamans, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Whitney Robinson, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Thin Men, Heavy Women: How Distress and Gendered Strategies of Coping May Explain Sex Differences in Obesity in Poor, Urban Communities
 
INNOVATIVE METHODS IN SPATIAL DEMOGRAPHY
Chair: Katherine J. Curtis, University of Wisconsin-Madison Discussant: Michael D. M. Bader, American University
 
FAMILY DEMOGRAPHY AND ECONOMIC INEQUALITY
Jennie E. Brand, University of California, Los Angeles; Yu Xie, University of Michigan; Ravaris L. Moore, University of California, Los Angeles
Effects of Parental Divorce on Children’s Psychosocial Skills
 
APPLYING DEMOGRAPHY TO POPULATION HEALTH
Margaret M. Weden, RAND Corporation; Christine Peterson, RAND Corporation; Regina Shih, RAND Corporation
Evaluating Tract-Level Intercensal Estimates of Neighborhood Demographics and Socioeconomics for U.S. Counties 2001-2009
 
CURRENT MORTALITY AND DEMOGRAPHIC TRANSITION IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
Patrick M. Krueger, University of Colorado at Denver; Katheryn Dovel, University of Colorado at Denver; Fred C. Pampel, University of Colorado at Boulder
The Level of Democratic Development of States and Health across 67 Countries: A Multilevel Analysis
 
EDUCATION, HEALTH, AND MORTALITY: PATHWAYS AND MECHANISMS
Mikko Myrskylä, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE); Neil Mehta, Emory University
The Contribution of Behaviors to Educational Differences in Healthy and Unhealthy Life Expectancies in the U.S., 2000- 2010
 
MIGRATION AND URBANIZATION; POPULATION, DEVELOPMENT AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Michelle Frisco, Pennsylvania State University; Susana Sanchez, Pennsylvania State University
Who is Overweight? Age, Sex and Body Weight among Mexican Origin Young People
 
RESIDENTIAL ATTAINMENT
Adam M. Lippert, Harvard University
Ready for Launch, but to Where? An Examination of Locational Attainment during the Transition to Adulthood
 
FERTILITY INTENTIONS: MEASUREMENT AND MEANING
Heather M. Rackin, Louisiana State University; Christine A. Bachrach, University of Maryland; S. Philip Morgan, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
When do Fertility Expectations Predict Fertility?
 
EFFECTS OF FETAL AND CHILDHOOD CONDITIONS ON ADULT HEALTH OUTCOMES
Chair: Florencia Torche, New York University (NYU) Discussant:
Jennifer B. Dowd, CUNY Institute for Demographic Research (CIDR)
Jason Fletcher, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Justin Cook, Yale University
Understanding Heterogeneity in the Effects of Birth Weight on Adult Cognition and Wages
 
NEW PATTERNS OF MEXICAN MIGRATION TO THE U.S.
Jacqueline Torres, University of California, Los Angeles
Spousal Migration to the U.S. And Later-Life Depressive Symptoms for Middle-Aged and Older Mexican Women
 
FAMILY COMPLEXITY, SIBLINGS, AND PARENTING
Chair: Jennifer A. Holland, Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI)
Discussant: Laura M. Tach, Cornell University
 
HEALTHCARE ACCESS, INSURANCE, AND DELIVERY
Chair: John Mullahy, University of Wisconsin-Madison Discussant: Samir Soneji, Dartmouth College
 
HEALTH AND MORTALITY EFFECTS OF MACRO SOCIAL, ECONOMIC, AND TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE
Chair: Virginia W. Chang, New York University (NYU) Discussant: Ryan K. Masters, University of Colorado at Boulder
 
GENDERED CONTEXTS, GENDERED IMPLICATIONS: DEMOGRAPHIC PROCESSES IN FAMILY, SCHOOL, AND WORK IN THE U.S.
Jayanti Owens, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Habits That Make, Habits That Break: Early Childhood Behavior Problems and the Gender Gap in Education in the United States
 
COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES ON AGING AND HEALTH
Jennifer B. Dowd, CUNY Institute for Demographic Research (CIDR)
Long-Term Obesity and Physical Functioning in Older Americans
 
SPATIAL ANALYSIS/NETWORK ANALYSIS
Chair: Barbara Entwisle, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Discussant: jimi adams, American University
Steven A. Haas, Pennsylvania State University; David Schaefer, Arizona State University
With a Little Help from My Friends? Asymmetrical Social Influence on Adolescent Smoking Initiation and Cessation
 
BIODEMOGRAPHY OF AGING
Neil Mehta, Emory University; Mikko Myrskylä, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)
Overall and Healthy Life Expectancy among a Vanguard Population in the United States
 
HOW POLICY INFLUENCES HEALTH AND MORTALITY IN DEVELOPED AND DEVELOPING CONTEXTS
Chair: Jeffrey D. Morenoff, University of Michigan Discussant: Marcus O Dillender, W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research
Discussant: Brad Hershbein, Upjohn Institute
Amy Ehntholt, Harvard University; Erika L. Sabbath, Harvard University; Lisa Berkman, Harvard University; Mauricio Avendano, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and Harvard University
The Long-Term Effect of Birth Control and Abortion Laws (1960-1979) on Women’s Health at Old Age: Evidence from the Us Health and Retirement Study
 
Summer D. S. Hawkins, Boston College; Sylvia Hristakeva, Boston College; Mark Gottlieb, Northeastern University; Christopher Baum, Boston College
Reduction in Emergency Department Visits for Childhood Asthma after the Introduction of Smoke-Free Legislation
 
FAMILIES LIVING APART IN THE UNITED STATES
Chair: Natasha Pilkauskas, Columbia University Discussant: Christopher Wildeman, Yale University
Kathleen M. Ziol-Guest, New York University (NYU); Rachel Dunifon, Cornell University
Children's Time with Mothers and Grandparents in Custodial Grandparent Households
 
MORTALITY TRENDS AND DIFFERENTIALS I
Patrick M. Krueger, University of Colorado at Denver; Melanie Tran, University of Colorado at Denver; Virginia W. Chang, New York University (NYU)
Excess Mortality Attributable to Low Levels of Education in the United States
 
Jennifer Karas Montez, Case Western Reserve University; Mark D. Hayward, University of Texas at Austin
Explaining the Geographic Pattern in U.S. Women’s Mortality Trends
 
FERTILITY AND THE DEMOGRAPHIC DIVIDEND
Alberto Palloni, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Jenna Nobles, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Ian Coxhead, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Lia Fernald, University of California, Berkeley; Stephanie Koning, University of Wisconsin-Madison
The Long Reach of Fertility Limitation: Human Capital Formation across Decades
 
NON-MARITAL AND DIVERSE FAMILY FORMS
Fenaba Addo, University of Wisconsin-Madison
"Playing House": Financial Integration and Relationship Transitions among Current Cohabitors
 
OLDER POPULATIONS IN INTERNATIONAL AND CROSS-CULTURAL PERSPECTIVE
Chair: Lisa Berkman, Harvard University Discussant: Jeremy Barofsky, University of Southern California
 
NEW DATA COLLECTION TECHNIQUES
Nina Cesare, University of Washington; Hedwig Lee, University of Washington
Examining Demographic Trends in Political Opinion on Twitter: The Case of Gun Control
 
Amar A. Hamoudi, Duke University; Santiago Cueto, Grupo de Análisis para el Desarrollo
(GRADE); Sofya Krutikova, University of Oxford; Alan Sanchez, University of Oxford;
Margaret Sheridan, Harvard University
Cognitive Skills and Early Life Conditions in a Developing Country Context: How Do Innovations in Measurement Enhance the Picture?
 
SOCIAL SAFETY NETS, FAMILY, AND ECONOMIC OUTCOMES
Laura M. Tach, Cornell University
Trends in the Economic Consequences of Union Dissolution
 
MORTALITY TRENDS AND DIFFERENTIALS II
Ryan K. Masters, University of Colorado at Boulder; Stephane Helleringer, Columbia University; Peter Muennig, Columbia University
Have New York City's Public Health Initiatives Reduced Mortality? Comparing Period-based Variation in NYC and U.S. Mortality Rates, 1990-2009
 
THE HEALTH OF CHILDREN OF IMMIGRANTS
Kate W. Strully, University at Albany, State University of New York (SUNY); Robert Bozick, RAND Corporation; Ying Huang, University at Albany, State University of New York (SUNY)
State Immigration Enforcement Policies and Infant Health
 
FAMILIES HEALTH AND WELL-BEING
Justin T. Denney, Rice University; Laura Freeman Cenegy, Rice University; Rachel T. Kimbro, Rice University
Family Structure and Child Health: Where Do Children in Same-Sex Parent Families Fit?
 
THE FUTURE OF DATA COLLECTION FOR POPULATION RESEARCH
Chair: Sandra Hofferth, University of Maryland Discussant: John G. Haaga, National Institute on Aging (NIA), NIH Discussant: David Takeuchi, Boston College
 
BIODEMOGRAPHY, HEALTH, AND MORTALITY
Chair: Michael McFarland, Princeton University Discussant:
Jason Schnittker, University of Pennsylvania
 
 
HEALTH INSURANCE, HEALTH CARE USE, AND HEALTH
Chair: John Mullahy, University of Wisconsin-Madison Discussant: Christopher L. Seplaki, University of Rochester
 
THE IMPACT OF IMMIGRATION ON FAMILY TRANSITIONS
Chair: Jennifer E. Glick, Arizona State University Discussant: Jenna Nobles, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 
ADOLESCENT SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH
Chair: Jeffrey Bingenheimer, George Washington University Discussant: Robert Blum, Johns Hopkins University
 
NEIGHBORHOOD, SCHOOL, AND COMMUNITY INFLUENCES ON CHILD AND ADOLESCENT HEALTH
Chair: Shannon M. Monnat, Pennsylvania State University Discussant: Laura M. Tach, Cornell University
Alison M. Buttenheim, University of Pennsylvania
Vaccination status of children exempted from school-entry immunization mandates
 
BIOSOCIAL PERSPECTIVES ON CHILD AND ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT
Jayanti Owens, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Social Class, Gender, and Children's Behavior Problems Across Two Decades
 
ADOLESCENT AND YOUTH RISK BEHAVIORS AND HEALTH IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA
Molly S. Rosenberg, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Annelies Van Rie, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Harsha Thirumurthy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Michael Emch, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Audrey Pettifor, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Visits to Alcohol Outlets, Sexual Debut, and Unprotected Sex among Young Women in Rural South Africa
 
CONTRACEPTIVE USE
Jenna Nobles, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Elizabeth Frankenberg, Duke University; Duncan Thomas, Duke University
Contraceptive Supply, Use, and Unintended Pregnancy in the Aftermath of a Disaster
 
SOCIOECONOMIC DIMENSIONS OF ASSIMILATION
Chair: Margot Jackson, Brown University
Discussant: Jayanti Owens, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 
AGING, BIODEMOGRAPHY AND BIOMARKERS
Chair: Heidi Hanson, Huntsman Cancer Institute Discussant: Jennifer B. Dowd, CUNY Institute for Demographic Research (CIDR)
 
INCARCERATED, FOSTER CARE, AND JUVENILE JUSTICE YOUTH: DEVELOPMENT AND OUTCOMES
Chair: Michael Pergamit, Urban Institute
Discussant: Kristin Turney, University of California, Irvine Discussant: Hedwig Lee, University of Washington
Peter Fallesen, Rockwool Foundation Research Unit; Christopher Wildeman, Yale University
The Effect of Medical Treatment of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) on Foster Care Caseloads: Evidence from Danish Registry Data
 
CONTEXTUAL APPROACHES TO RACIAL/ETHNIC HEALTH DISPARITIES
Chair: David F. Warner, University of Nebraska at Lincoln Discussant: Theresa L. Osypuk, Northeastern University
 
TRANSITION TO ADULTHOOD
Kristin Turney, University of California, Irvine; Yader Lanuza, University of California, Irvine
Parental Incarceration and the Transformation of American Adulthood
 
POVERTY, INSTABILITY, AND MOBILITY
Elizabeth Wrigley-Field, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Racial Disparities in Job Displacement in the United States, 1979-2011
 
HOUSING AND LIVING ARRANGEMENTS SINCE THE GREAT RECESSION
Fenaba Addo, University of Wisconsin-Madison; J. Michael Collins, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Bankruptcy, Race, and Homeownership: Does the Decision to File Preserve Homeownership?
 
PLACE EFFECTS AND HEALTH: METHODOLOGICAL INNOVATIONS AND NEW FINDINGS
Chair: Adam M. Lippert, Harvard University Discussant: Dolores Acevedo-Garcia, Brandeis University
Justin T. Denney, Rice University; Rachel T. Kimbro, Rice University
Helping Out to Get By: The Poverty Paradox in Children’s Food Insecurity
 
DEMOGRAPHIC PROCESSES AND MENTAL HEALTH
Mauricio Avendano, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and Harvard University; Lisa Berkman, Harvard University; Agar Brugiavini, Università Ca' Foscari Venezia; Giacomo Pasini, University of Venice
Do Maternity Leave Benefits Improve Mother’s Health at Old Age? Evidence from 11 European Countries during 1960- 2010
 
Jason N. Houle, Dartmouth College; Jared Peifer, Baruch College, City University of New York (CUNY)
Financial Wealth and Depressive Symptoms Among Elderly Americans: The Impact of the Stock Market Crash of 2008-2009
 
CHILDREN AND YOUTH; DATA AND METHODS
Vida Maralani, Yale University; Candas Pinar, Yale University
How Girls Fare under Different Regimes of Sex Preference for Children
 
COHABITATION AND MARRIAGE
Chair: Esther M. Friedman, RAND Corporation Discussant: Christine Percheski, Northwestern University
Laura M. Tach, Cornell University; Sarah Halpern-Meekin, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Why They Cohabit: Couples’ Reasons for Cohabitation and Relationship Quality
 
STATISTICAL METHODS FOR DEMOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS
Ryan K. Masters, University of Colorado at Boulder; Daniel A. Powers, University of Texas at Austin
Testing the Validity and Consistency of Hierarchical Age-Period-Cohort Cross-Classified Models
 
ECONOMIC CIRCUMSTANCES, CHILD HEALTH, AND WELL-BEING
Jennifer Van Hook, Pennsylvania State University; Molly A. Martin, Pennsylvania State University; Susana Sanchez, Pennsylvania State University
Is Socioeconomic Incorporation Associated with a Healthier Diet? Dietary Patterns among Mexican-American Children
 
POPULATION AND ENVIRONMENT II
Chair: Kathryn Grace, University of Utah Discussant:
Audrey Dorelien, University of Michigan
 
EDUCATION, HEALTH AND MORTALITY: CAUSALITY ISSUES
Chair: Katrina M. Walsemann, University of South Carolina Discussant: Jennifer Karas Montez, Case Western Reserve University