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2015 Population Association of America (PAA)

Population Association of America
2015 Annual Meeting – San Diego, California
April 30 - May 2, 2015
 

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 paa2015.princeton.edu/ and specific session locations will be published in the final program.

MARRIAGE, UNIONS, FAMILIES, AND HOUSEHOLDS
David A Hurtado, Harvard School of Public Health; Cassandra Okechukwu, Harvard University; Lisa Berkman, Harvard University
Effect of a Work-Family Intervention on Smoking: Findings from the Work, Family and Health Network
Emily Wiemers, University of Massachusetts at Boston; Esther M. Friedman, RAND Corporation
Gender Differences in Transfers among Married Couples in the “Sandwich Generation”
 
INNOVATIVE METHODS AND ASSESSMENT OF MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH DATA
Chair: Wendy Hellerstedt, University of Minnesota
Discussant: Theresa L. Osypuk, University of Minnesota
 
COGNITION AND DEMOGRAPHY
Chair: Christine A. Bachrach, University of Maryland
Discussant: Kaja LeWinn, University of California, San Francisco
 
Margaret Sheridan, Harvard University and Boston Children's Hospital
Adversity, Cognition and Early Development
 
GENDER ISSUES IN HEALTH AND MORTALITY 
Chair: Sarah A. Burgard, University of Michigan
 
Emily F. Shafer, Portland State University; Summer D. S. Hawkins, Boston College
Child Sex and Breastfeeding Bias in the United States
 
OVERWEIGHT, OBESITY, AND HEALTH
Chair: Neil Mehta, Emory University
 
Rachel T. Kimbro, Rice University; Justin T. Denney, Rice University; Mackenzie Brewer, Rice University
Neighborhood Socioeconomic Change over Time and Young Children’s Obesity
 
Melanie Tran, University of Colorado, Denver; Patrick M. Krueger, University of Colorado, Denver
Body Mass Transitions in Childhood and EarlyAdolescence: A Multistate Life Table Approach
 
Ryan K. Masters, University of Colorado, Boulder; Sammy Zahran, Colorado State University
The Protective Effect of High Body Mass on Mortality Risk. Obesity Paradox or Data Artifact?
 
Michael Emch, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Relationship between Community-level Alcohol Outlet Accessibility and Individual-l level HSV-2 Infection among Young Women in South Africa
 
MIGRATION AND MENTAL HEALTH
Discussant: Enrico Marcelli, San Diego State University
 
Jacqueline M Torres, University of California, San Francisco
Cross-Border Ties as Risk and Resilience: Mediators of the Relationship between Cross-Border Social Ties and Psychological Distress for Latino Immigrants in the US
 
ADOLESCENT RISK BEHAVIORS AND HEALTH
Chair: Toben Nelson, University of Minnesota
Discussant: Vida Maralani, Yale University
 
Theresa L. Osypuk, University of Minnesota
Why Did a Randomized Program of Housing Mobility Cause Changes in the Mental Health of Adolescents? The Mediating Role of Substance Use, Social Networks, and Family Mental health in the Moving to Opportunity Study
 
RACIAL AND ETHNIC DISPARITIES IN HEALTH AND MORTALITY 1
Chair: Cynthia G. Colen, Ohio State University
Discussant: Steven A. Haas, Pennsylvania State University
 
DEMOGRAPHY OF MENTAL HEALTH
Chair: Ezra Golberstein, University of Minnesota
Discussant: Jayanti Owens, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 
PARENTAL INCARCERATION AND CHILD WELL-BEING
Chair: Kristin Turney, University of California, Irvine
Discussant: Becky Pettit, University of Texas-Austin
 
Christopher Wildeman, Cornell University
Cumulative Risks of Paternal and Maternal Incarceration in Denmark
 
DATA AND METHODS/APPLIED DEMOGRAPHY / SPATIAL DEMOGRAPHY / DEMOGRAPHY OF CRIME
jimi adams, University of Colorado, Denver
Cohesion in Demographic Research 1964-2011: How Disciplinarity Shapes Demography
 
Margaret M. Weden, RAND Corporation
Constructing a Time-Invariant Measure of the Socio-economic Status of U.S. Census Tracts
 
Michael D. M. Bader, American University; Gina Lovasi, Columbia University; Kathryn Neckerman, Columbia University; Julien O. Teitler, Columbia University
Moving Beyond Self-Report: Neighborhood Disorder, Safety and Physical Activity
 
Rachel T. Kimbro, Rice University
Assessing How Activity Space Exposures Influence Neighborhood Effects on Self-Rated Health
 
Vida Maralani, Yale University
Whose Preference? Gender Relations, Power, and Husband-Wife Differences in Son Preference in India, Armenia, and Azerbaijan
 
ASSIMILATION AND INTEGRATION
Michelle Frisco, Pennsylvania State University
Neighborhood Contexts and Dietary Acculturation among Mexican-Origin Children
 
FAMILIES IN LATER LIFE
Chair: Esther M. Friedman, RAND Corporation
Discussant: Christine Percheski, Northwestern University
 
HEALTH INSURANCE, HEALTH CARE USE, AND HEALTH
Laura R Wherry, University of California, Los Angeles
The Long-Term Health Effects of Early Life Medicaid Coverage
 
HEALTH BEHAVIORS, HEALTH, AND MORTALITY
Jennifer Karas Montez, Case Western Reserve University
Alcohol’s Collateral Damage: Childhood Exposure to Problem Drinking and Subsequent Adult Mortality Risk
 
DEMOGRAPHY OF DISABILITY
Mark D. Hayward, University of Texas at Austin
Educational Differences in the Compression of Disability Onset in the United States
 
ENVIRONMENTAL STRESSORS AND HEALTH
Ralph Catalano, University of California, Berkeley
Stroke-Attributable Death Among Older Persons During the Great Recession
 
VISUALIZING DEMOGRAPHIC DATA
Michael D. M. Bader, American University
Plotting Integration
 
MARRIAGE MARKETS
Chair: Fenaba Addo, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Discussant: Martin Dribe, Lund University
 
CHILDREN AND YOUTH/POPULATION AND AGING
Jason Houle, Dartmouth College
Into the Red and Back to the Nest? Debt and Returning to the Parental Home among Young Adults
 
BIG DATA FOR POPULATION RESEARCH
Hedwig Lee, University of Washington
Self-Presentation and Information Disclosure on Twitter: Understanding Patterns and Mechanisms along Demographic Lines
 
URBAN CHANGE IN THE UNITED STATES
Chair: Nancy A. Denton, University at Albany, State University of New York (SUNY)
Discussant: Michael D. M. Bader, American University
 
IMMIGRATION AND INTEGRATION POLICY
Chair: Douglas S. Massey, Princeton University
Discussant: Enrico Marcelli, San Diego State University
 
PSYCHOSOCIAL FACTORS AND HEALTH
Laura Kubzansky, Harvard University; Lisa Berkman, Harvard University
Effects of an Intervention to Improve Workplace Flexibility on Employee Biomarkers of Inflammation
 
CONNECTING EXPOSURES AND OUTCOMES ACROSS THE LIFE COURSE
Chair: Adriana M. Reyes, Pennsylvania State University
Discussant: Patrick M. Krueger, University of Colorado, Denver
Jennifer Karas Montez, Case Western Reserve University
Cumulative Socioeconomic (Dis)Advantage and Metabolic Syndrome among Midlife Women
 
WORK-PLACE PRACTICES AND POLICIES
Arijit Nandi, McGill University
The Association between Work-Related Breastfeeding Policies and Breastfeeding Initiation and Duration: A Survival Analysis Using Population Level Data from 57 Low-and-Middle-Income Countries
 
HEALTH IMPLICATIONS OF THE GREAT RECESSION
Sarah A. Burgard, University of Michigan
Employment Trajectories in the Aftermath of the Great Recession and Their Implications for Health
 
SOCIAL DISPARITIES IN HEALTH
Chair: Lisa Berkman, Harvard University
Discussant: Sze Liu, Harvard School of Public Health
 
HIV AND STIS: CONTEXT MATTERS
Chair: Jenny Trinitapoli, Pennsylvania State University
Discussant: jimi adams, University of Colorado, Denver
 
ADULT HEALTH AND MORTALITY
Belinda Needham, School of Public Health, Department of Epidemiology, University of Michigan
Understanding Race/Ethnic, Gender, SES, and Age Variation in Telomere Length: An Intersectional Approach
 
Christy Erving, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Physical-Psychiatric Comorbidity: Patterns and Explanations for Racial and Ethnic Group Differences
 
Danya Keene, Yale University; Sarah K. Cowan, New York University (NYU)
When You’re in a Crisis Like That, You Don’t Want
People to Know”: Mortgage Strain, Stigma and Mental Health
 
Maria Glymour, University of California, San Francisco and Harvard University; Laura Kubzansky, Harvard University
BMI but Not Other Cardiometabolic Risks Associated with WTFC: Findings from the WFHN
 
Ichiro Kawachi, Harvard School of Public Health; Peter Muennig, Columbia University
Political Party Affiliation, Political Ideology, and Mortality
 
Mark D. Hayward, University of Texas at Austin
Children’s Education, Migration and Parents’ Mortality in Mexico
 
IMPACT OF THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT
Chair: Genevieve M. Kenney, Urban Institute
Discussant: Sharon Long, Urban Institute
Discussant: Laura R Wherry, University of California, Los Angeles
 
SOCIAL POLICY, THE SOCIAL SAFETY NET, AND INEQUALITY
Rourke O'Brien, Harvard University
Racial Heterogeneity and the Progressivity of State and Local Taxes
 
METHODS AND MODELS COMBINING MULTIPLE DATA SOURCES
Gina Lovasi, Columbia University
Change in Local Healthy Food Retail Environment through Interactions in Population Poverty, Race, and Nativity
 
RACIAL AND ETHNIC DISPARITIES IN HEALTH AND MORTALITY 2
Chair: Cynthia G. Colen, Ohio State University
Discussant: Brian K. Finch, University of Southern California
 
Neil Mehta, Emory University
Life Expectancy among U.S.-Born and Foreign-Born Older Adults: Estimates from Social Security and Medicare Enrollment Data
 
NEIGHBORHOOD AND CONTEXTUAL INFLUENCES ON HEALTH
Chair: Theresa L. Osypuk, University of Minnesota
Discussant: Kiarri Kershaw, Northwestern University
 
David H. Rehkopf, Stanford University
The Association of Early Life State, Work Context and Neighborhood Context with Hypertension, Diabetes and Ischemic Heart Disease
 
FAMILY AND THE ECONOMY
Chair: Daniel Schneider, University of California, Berkeley
Discussant: Laura M. Tach, Cornell University
 
FORMAL DEMOGRAPHY
Chair: Hiram Beltrán-Sánchez, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Discussant: Samir Soneji, Dartmouth College
 
Elizabeth Wrigley-Field, Columbia University
Multidimensional Mortality Selection and the Black-White Mortality Crossover
 
HEALTH AND MORTALITY OF WOMEN, CHILDREN AND FAMILIES
Margaret Gough, University of La Verne; Adam M. Lippert, Harvard University
Assessing the Role of Health-Related Behaviors in Explaining the Relationship between Poverty and Obesity among Mothers
 
Jayanti Owens, University of Wisconsin-Madison
The Changing Effects of an Early Childhood Attention Deficity/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Diagnosis on Cognitive Development for Cohorts of Children Born across Three Decades
 
Laura R Wherry, University of California, Los Angeles; Lindsey Leininger, University of Illinois at Chicago; Brendan Saloner, Johns Hopkins University
Predicting High-Cost Pediatric Patients: Derivation and Validation of a Population-Based Model
 
DOES DEMOGRAPHY NEED A NEW NATIONAL HOUSEHOLD PANEL?
Chair: P. Lindsay Chase-Lansdale, Northwestern University
 
Laura M. Tach, Cornell University
Social Networks and Social Capital: New Directions for a Household Panel Survey
 
UNAUTHORIZED AND IRREGULAR IMMIGRATION
Chair: Enrico Marcelli, San Diego State University
Discussant: Jeffrey S. Passel, Pew Hispanic Center
 
FAMILIES, HEALTH, AND WELL-BEING
Chair: Georgiana Bostean, Chapman University
Discussant: Vida Maralani, Yale University
 
Kristin Turney, University of California, Irvine
The Intergenerational Consequences of Poor Maternal Health
 
MATERNAL, INFANT, AND CHILD HEALTH AND MORTALITY
Theresa L. Osypuk, University of Minnesota
Is social mobility across the life-course associated with birth outcomes? The Life-course Influences on Fetal Environment (LIFE) Study
 
DEMOGRAPHY OF DISABILITY AMONG PERSONS OF WORKING AGES
Rourke O'Brien, Harvard University
Monetizing Illness: Public Assistance and the Evaluation of Health and Disability
 
DEMOGRAPHY OF CRIME AND PUNISHMENT
Chair: Amanda B. Geller, New York University (NYU)
Discussant: Kristin Turney, University of California, Irvine
 
LIFE COURSE APPROACHES TO HEALTH AND MORTALITY
Cynthia G. Colen, Ohio State University; Patrick M. Krueger, University of Colorado, Denver
Health Disparities among Middle-Class African Americans: Exposure to Childhood Disadvantage or Diminished Returns to Socioeconomic Status
 
Steven A. Haas, Pennsylvania State University
Cross-National Variation in the Prevalence and Long-Term Health Effects of Poor Childhood Health and Socioeconomic Disadvantage among Aging Cohorts
 
GENES, ENVIRONMENT, HEALTH, AND DEVELOPMENT
C. Justin Cook, University of California-Merced; Jason Fletcher, University of Wisconsin-
Madison
Genetic Diversity and Economic Outcomes: Evidence from High Schools in Wisconsin
Rita Hamad, Stanford University; David H. Rehkopf, Stanford University
Telomere Length and Health: A Genetic Instrumental Variables Analysis
 
INTERSECTIONALITY IN POPULATION RESEARCH
Chair: Fenaba Addo, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Discussant: Jacob Hibel, University of California, Davis
Discussant: Marcella Alsan, Stanford
 
Sarah A. Burgard, University of Michigan
Intersectional Race-by-Gender Disparities in Preventive Health Practices among U.S. Adults
 
Jayanti Owens, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Coloring the "Boys Will Be Boys" Chronicle: Race, Gender, and Behavior Problems across Two Decades
 
CONSEQUENCES OF FERTILITY TIMING
Kathleen M. Ziol-Guest, New York University (NYU)
Maternal Age and Child Achievement
 
FAMILY PLANNING, SEXUAL BEHAVIOR, AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH
Jeffrey Bingenheimer, George Washington University
The Relationship Context of Adolescent Fertility in Southeastern Ghana
 
BIODEMOGRAPHY, HEALTH, AND MORTALITY
Chair: David H. Rehkopf, Stanford University
Discussant: Sam Harper, McGill University
 
URBANIZATION AND URBAN CHANGE
Matthew Hall, Cornell University; Laura M. Tach, Cornell University
Trajectories of Ethnoracial Diversity in American Communities, 1980-2010
 
MISSING DATA AND BAYESIAN MODELS IN DEMOGRAPHY
Chair: Elizabeth Wrigley-Field, Columbia University
Discussant: Liying Luo, University of Minnesota
 
NONMARITAL AND DIVERSE FAMILIES
Sarah Halpern-Meekin, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Kristin Turney, University of California, Irvine
Relationship Churning and Parenting Stress among Mothers
 
Sharon Sassler, Cornell University; Fenaba Addo, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Maternal Union Status and Youth Educational Attainment: Does Age at Birth Matter?