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2016 Population Association of America (PAA)

Population Association of America
2016 Annual Meeting – Washington, DC
March 31 - April 2, 2016
 

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 https://paa.confex.com/paa/2016/meetingapp.cgi/Home/0 and specific session locations will be published in the final program.

Jimi Adams, University of Colorado, Denver
You Make Me Sick: Peer Network Processes of Adolescents’ Healthy Lifestyles
 
Fenaba Addo, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Comparing the Benefits of Cohabitation and Marriage for Health and Happiness in Mid-Life: Is the Relationship Similar Across Countries?
 
Fenaba Addo, University of Wisconsin-Madison
The Consequences of Partnered Childbearing for Mothers' Mid-Life Health
 
Fenaba Addo, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Wealth and Unintended First Births
 
Allison Aiello, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Carolina Population Center
Financial Stressors during the Great Recession and Increases in Interleukin-6 Levels
 
Allison Aiello, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Carolina Population
Intergenerational Education Mobility and Depressive Symptoms in a Latino Community
 
Allison Aiello, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Carolina Population
Variation in a Novel Measure of Immune Status by Sociodemographic Characteristics and Health Status: Findings from the Detroit Neighborhood Health Study
 
Dawn Alley, Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services
Jennifer Dowd, CUNY Institute for Demographic Research (CIDR)
Is Obesity Becoming More Disabling over Time? Evidence from the Nhanes 1988-2012
 
Michael Bader, American University
Gina Lovasi, Columbia University
Can We Increase Neighborhood Disorder Estimation Accuracy By Incorporating Spatially Located Covariates in Kriging Models?
 
Michael Bader, American University
Segregation in Place: Aging, Age-Dependent Mobility, and Long-Term Racial Succession
 
Lisa Bates, Columbia University
Theresa Osypuk, University of Minnesota
CHILD Marriage and Intimate Partner Violence in RURAL Bangladesh: A Longitudinal Multilevel Analysis
 
Lisa Bates, Columbia University
Women's Empowerment as a Protective Factor Against Intimate Partner Violence in Bangladesh: A Qualitative Exploration of the Process and Limitations of Its Influence
 
Jeffrey (Bart) Bingenheimer, George Washington University
A Closer Look at Family Influences on Adolescent Sexual Activity in Ghana: Prospective Effects of Between- and within-Person Variation in Five Dimensions of Youth-Parent Relationships
 
ECONOMY, LABOR FORCE, EDUCATION, AND INEQUALITY
Session Chair: Sigal Alon, Tel Aviv Univeristy
Discussant: Jennie Brand, University of California, Los Angeles
Returns to Higher Education
 
Jennie Brand, University of California, Los Angeles
The Social and Economic Context of Worker Displacement
 
Sarah Burgard, University of Michigan
Clustering, Stability, and Change in Tobacco and Alcohol Use and BMI Among Older U.S. Adults
 
Sarah Burgard, University of Michigan
Cross-National Comparison of Sex Differences in Morbidity in Wealthy Nations: The Role of Labor Force Trajectories
 
Sarah Burgard, University of Michigan
Housing Voucher Receipt and Housing Instability in the Post-Recession Period
 
Sarah Burgard, University of Michigan
Is Beef What’s for Dinner? Exploring and Explaining Intersectional Differences in Dietary Practices Among U.S. Adults
 
REPRODUCIBLE RESEARCH AND REPLICATION
Session Chair: Alison Buttenheim, University of Pennsylvania
 
Alison Buttenheim, University of Pennsylvania
Improving Household Participation in a Vector Control Campaign: A Pragmatic Randomized Field Trial of Behavioral Economic Interventions
 
Alison Buttenheim, University of Pennsylvania
Under Covered? Cohort Changes in Time to Vaccination Among California School Children
 
Sarah Cowan, New York University

The Prevalence of and Barriers to Bystander Intervention on Behalf of Sexual Assault and Intimate Partner Violence Victims

COMBINING DATA TO PRODUCE BETTER ESTIMATES
Session Chair: John Warren
Discussant: Audrey Dorélien, University of Minnesota
 
Audrey Dorélien, University of Minnesota
Health Across Urban Dimensions in China
 
BIODEMOGRAPHY, HEALTH, AND MORTALITY
Session Chair: Thomas McDade
Discussant: Jennifer Dowd, CUNY Institute for demographic research (CIDR) US
 
Jennifer Dowd, CUNY Institute for demographic research (CIDR) US
Is Obesity Becoming More Disabling over Time? Evidence from the Nhanes 1988-2012
 
Jennifer Dowd, CUNY Institute for demographic research (CIDR) US
The Early Life Origins of the Relationship Between Midlife Obesity and Cognitive Functioning in Later Life
 
Michael Emch, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Climate Events and Short Term Migration in Matlab, Bangladesh
 
Michael Emch, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Indigenous Health in the Ecuadorian Amazon: A Multilevel and Longitudinal Analysis
 
Christy Erving, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Theories of Racial Inequality and Health Disparities
 
Jason Fletcher, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Cesarean Section, the Gut Microbiome and Children’s Health: Investigating Causal Linkages
 
Jason Fletcher, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Consequences of Childbearing on Delinquency and Substance Use
 
Jason Fletcher, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Gender-Specific Pathways of Peer Influence on Adolescent Suicidal Behaviors
 
GENETICS, EPIGENETICS, AND AGING
Session Chair: Jason Boardman
Discussant: Jason Fletcher, University of Wisconsin, Madison
 
Jason Fletcher, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Multigenerational Effects of Early Life Health Shocks
 
Jason Fletcher, University of Wisconsin, Madison
The Effects of Peer Networks on Delinquency Across Immigrant Generations
 
CHILDREN AND MIGRATION
Session Chair: Reanne Frank, Ohio State University
Discussant: Jenna Nobles, University of Wisconsin, Madison
 
Reanne Frank, Ohio State University
Segregation and Residential Attainment Among Immigrants
 
THE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONTEXT OF HEALTH
Session Chair: Kate A. Cagney
Discussant: Esther Friedman, RAND Corporation
 
Michelle Frisco, Pennsylvania State University
Molly Martin, Pennsylvania State University
Which Settings Provide the Most Americanized and Healthiest Diets? How Home, School, and Other Meals Shape the Diets of Mexican Children of Immigrants
 
Steven Haas, Pennsylvania State University
Early Life Influences on Population Differences in Aging-Vector Trajectories of Functional Limitations
 
EARLY-LIFE EXPOSURES AND HEALTH: INTEGRATING BIOMARKER DATA
Session Chair: Jenna Nobles, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Discussant: Amar Hamoudi, Duke University
 
EXPERIMENTAL EVIDENCE ON HEALTH BEHAVIORS
Session Chair: Dean Lillard
Discussant: Amar Hamoudi, Duke University
 
Mark Hatzenbuehler, Columbia University
Too Scared to Move?: A Mixed-Methods Analysis of State-Level Immigration Policies and Obesity Among Latinos in the United States
 
GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES ON GENDER, AND SEXUALITY
Session Chair: Yasamin Kusunicki, University of Michigan
Discussant: Maggie Hicken, University of Michigan
 
RACE, GENDER, AND SES IN LATIN AMERICA
Session Chair: Maggie Hicken, University of Michigan
Discussant: Ellis Monk, University of Chicago
 
ETHNIC AND RACIAL VARIATION IN HEALTH BEHAVIORS AND HEALTH
Session Chair: Rachel Kimbro, Rice University
Discussant: Patrick Krueger, University of Colorado, Denver
 
 
Patrick Krueger, University of Colorado, Denver
Predictors of Men’s Use of HIV Testing Services in Low-Income Countries: The Role of Masculinity
 
Hedy Lee, University of Washington
Exploring Relationship Dynamics Between Citizens and the Police Via Twitter
 
METHODOLOGICAL CHALLENGES IN FERTILITY AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH RESEARCH IN LOW AND MIDDLE-INCOME COUNTRIES
Session Chair: Hedy Lee, University of Washington
Discussant: Athena Pantazis, University of Washington
 
RACE AND ETHNICITY: POLICIES, PATTERNS, AND PROCESSES
Session Chair: Annie Ro, University of California, Irvine
Discussant: Hedy Lee, University of Washington
 
Adam Lippert, University of Colorado, Denver
How Work and Family Transitions Are Associated with Stress-Related Immunity Dysfunction Among Young Adult Women
 
SOCIOECONOMIC DISADVANTAGE, HEALTH, AND MORTALITY AMONG YOUNG AND MIDDLE AGED ADULTS
Session Chair: Wesley James, University of Memphis
Discussant: Adam Lippert, University of Colorado, Denver
 
EFFECTS OF BEHAVIOR ON HEALTH AND MINORITY
Session Chair: Vida Maralani, Yale University
Discussant: Jamie Lynch, St. Norbert College
 
Vida Maralani, Yale University
Maternal Age, Family Income Dynamics, and Child Investment
 
Vida Maralani, Yale University
The Fertility Patterns of Women Who Breastfeed
 
Molly Martin, Pennsylvania State University
Does Increasing Income Lead to Greater Childhood Obesity? Evidence from a Natural Experiment
 
Molly Martin, Pennsylvania State University
Does the Association Between Mothers' Employment and Availability for Their Adolescent Children Vary By Family Structure?
 
Ryan Masters, University of Colorado, Boulder
Collective Health Lifestyles and Life Course Plasticity in Women’s Smoking
 
Ryan Masters, University of Colorado, Boulder
Trends in Black-White Differences in Low Birth Weight and Neonatal Mortality
 
Ryan Masters, University of Colorado, Boulder
Variation in Adolescents’ Physical Weight Perceptions: The Gendered and Aged Context of State Level Body Size Reference Norms
 
ADULT MORTALITY
Session Chair: Arun Hendi, University of Pennsylvania
Discussant: Neil Mehta, Emory University
 
Neil Mehta, Emory University
Do Origins Influence Work Disability? a Comparison of Native and Foreign-Born Americans
 
Neil Mehta, Emory University
The Contribution of Weight Status to Black-White Differences in Mortality and Life Expectancy
 
HEALTH DISPARITIES IN EARLY AND MID-LIFE
Session Chair: Richard Rogers, University of Colorado, Denver
Discussant: Jennifer Montez, Syracuse University
 
Jennifer Montez, Syracuse University
Trends in US Women's Physical Functioning by Education Level, 1997-2014
 
Jennifer Montez, Syracuse University
Why Are Educational Differences in Mortality Large in Some U.S. States but Small in Others?
 
Chris Muller, Columbia University
Elizabeth Wrigley-Field, Columbia University
The Epidemiological Transition in the United States: Volatility and Variability in the Age- and Cause-Patterning of Death
 
Arijit Nandi, McGill University
Do Minimum Wages Improve Early Life Health?
 
Arijit Nandi, McGill University
Estimating the Causal Effect of Intimate Partner Violence on Women’s Contraceptive Use: An Application of Marginal Structural Models to Cohort Data from Rakai, Uganda
 
Arijit Nandi, McGill University
Time Use and Mental Distress Among Mothers in Rural India
 
Arijit Nandi, McGill University
Twenty-Five Year Trends in the Prevalence of Early Marriage Among Women in 35 Sub-Saharan African Countries
 
CHILDREN AND MIGRATION
Session Chair: Reanne Frank, Ohio State University
Discussant: Jenna Nobles, University of Wisconsin, Madison
 
EARLY-LIFE EXPOSURES AND HEALTH: INTEGRATING BIOMARKERS
Session Chair: Jenna Nobles, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Discussant: Amar Hamoudi, Duke University
 
Jenna Nobles, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Understanding the Impact of Compositional Changes in Maternal and Geographic Characteristics on Declining Infant Mortality Rates in the United States, 1990-2013
 
CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES OF GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE
Theresa Osypuk, University of Minnesota
Lisa Bates, Columbia University
CHILD Marriage and Intimate Partner Violence in RURAL Bangladesh: A Longitudinal Multilevel Analysis
 
Theresa Osypuk, University of Minnesota
How Prominent Is Residential Selection? Understanding the Residential Patterns of Low Income Families into Neighborhoods of High Opportunity
 
Jayanti Owens, Brown University
Diagnosing Kids on the Clinical Margins: Relationships Between Early Childhood ADHD Diagnoses, Social Adjustment/Behavioral Course, and Academic Achievement Among Children with Less Severe ADHD-Related Behaviors
 
David Rehkopf, Stanford University
Assessing the Relationship Between Subjective and Objective Dementia Probabilities Using Genetic Risk Scores
 
David Rehkopf, Stanford University
Demographic Correlates of Site-Specific Genome-Wide DNA Methylation in Costa Rica
 
David Rehkopf, Stanford University
Predicting Survival: Telomere Length Versus Conventional Predictors
 
David Rehkopf, Stanford University
Racial and Socioeconomic Variation in Genetic Markers of Telomere Length
 
Kara Rudolph, University of California, Berkeley
Jacqueline Torres, University of California, San Francisco
Migration of Adult Children to the U.S. and Depression Among Older Mexican Adults: Considering Time-Varying Treatment and Outcome
 
Laura Tach, Cornell University
Demographic Divergence, School Choice, and the Changing Relationship Between Neighborhoods and Schools
 
Laura Tach, Cornell University
Fragmentation or Diversification? Ethno-Racial Change and the Social and Economic Diversity of Communities
 
Jacqueline Torres, University of California, San Francisco
Kara Rudolph, University of California, Berkeley
Migration of Adult Children to the U.S. and Depression Among Older Mexican Adults: Considering Time-Varying Treatment and Outcome
 
INCARCERATION AND FAMILY LIFE
Session Chair: Becky Petit, University of Texas, Austin
Discussant: Kristin Turney, University of California, Irvine
 
Kristin Turney, University of California, Irvine
Individual and Spillover Consequences of Parental Health Limitations for Parenting
 
SOCIAL ENVIRONMENT AND CHRONIC DISEASE
Session Chair: Robbee, Wedow, University of Colorado, Boulder
Discussant: Margaret Weden, RAND Corporation
 
Elizabeth Wrigley-Field, Columbia University
Chris Muller, Columbia University
The Epidemiological Transition in the United States: Volatility and Variability in the Age- and Cause-Patterning of Death
 
Emily Walton, Dartmouth University
Multiethnic Neighborhoods on the Ground: Resources, Constraints, and Sense of Community
 
EARLY LIFE EXPOSURES, AGING, AND MORTALITY
Session Chair: Jason Thomas, Pennsylvania State University
Discussant: Elizabeth Wrigley-Field, Columbia University
Steven Haas, Pennsylvania State University
Early Life Influences on Population Differences in Aging-Vector Trajectories of Functional Limitations
 
COMMUNITY AND POLICY INFLUENCES ON CHILDREN
Session Chair, Lori Kowaleski-Jones, University of Utah
Discussant: Kathleen Ziol-Guest, New York Univeristy
Discussant: Rebecca Ryan, Georgetown University