Session 22:
Methodological Aspects of Health and Mortality Analysis

Thursday, April 15
10:30 AM - 12:20 PM
Reunion C
Lobby Level

Chair: Yang Yang, University of Chicago
Discussant: Herbert L. Smith, University of Pennsylvania

  1. A Systematic Review of Retirement as a Risk Factor for MortalityMatthew J. Shim, US Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine; David Gimeno, University of Texas at San Antonio; Sandi Pruitt, Washington University in St. Louis; Christopher McLeod, University of British Columbia; Margaret J. Foster, Texas A&M University; Benjamin Amick, University of Texas at Houston

  2. Methodological Aspects of Studying Human Aging, Health and MortalityAnatoliy I. Yashin, Duke University; Igor Akushevich, Duke University; Alexander Kulminski, Duke University; Svetlana V. Ukraintseva, Duke University

  3. Do Reporting Differences Bias the Measurement of Health Inequalities in U.S. Adults? Evidence Using Anchoring Vignettes from the Health and Retirement SurveyJennifer Dowd, Baruch College, City University of New York (CUNY); Megan Todd, CUNY Institute for Demographic Research

  4. Model Uncertainty Over the Life Course: The Case of Early Health and Socioeconomic AttainmentRobert G. White, University of Wisconsin at Madison; Lane Burgette, Duke University

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