Sessions

Thursday, April 11 / 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM

P1. Fertility, Family Planning, Sexual Behavior, & Reproductive Health 1

Thursday, April 11 / 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

1. Balancing Advocacy and Science
2. Flash Session: Population Aging, Consequences, and Public Policies
3. Change and Stability in American Neighborhood
4. Migration and Health/Well-being
5. Immigration Policy
6. Climate Change and Migration
7. Intergenerational Transmission of Privilege and Disadvantage
8. Fertility in Developing Countries
9. Formal Models and Methods for the Analysis of Mortality
10. Health and Fertility Consequences of Abortion Restrictions
11. Demographic and Health Outcomes of Early Life Exposures
12. Gender Inequality and Fertility
13. Resiliency and Successful Aging
14. Cognitive Aging
15. Lifestyle, Behavior, and Population Health
16. Ethnic and Migrant Partnership Formation
17. Gender, Family, and Work
18. The Role of Father's on Child Well-being
19. Families, Health, and Well-being
20. Methods for Evaluating Population Programs
21. Public Policy, Normative Values, and Cohabitation
22. Deaths and Diseases of Despair
23. Racial/Ethnic Identity
24. Immigrant Integration and Incorporation

Thursday, April 11 / 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

P2. Children & Youth

Thursday, April 11 / 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

25. Implications of Differential Privacy for Demographic Research
26. Flash Session: Neighborhood Processes in Health
27. Examining the Role of Population and Reproductive Health Policies and Practices
28. Urbanization and Urban Change
29. Migrant Health Selectivity
30. Forced Migration
31. Wealth and Debt Disparities
32. Genetic and Social Factors in the Production of Cognitive and Educational Advantages
33. Education, Employment, and Sexual and Reproductive Behavior
34. Biodemography, Health, and Mortality
35. Abortion
36. Early-Life Environmental and Economic Exposures: Impact on Demographic and Health Outcomes in India and Sub-Saharan Africa
37. Gender Inequality Over Place and Time
38. Intergenerational Processes in Population Health
39. Cognitive Aging Research in Novel Contexts
40. Race, Discrimination, and Health
41. New Perspectives on Partnership Formation in the United States
42. Educational Attainment and Labor Market Outcomes
43. Consequences of Adversity in Childhood and Young Adulthood
44. Studying Health and Mortality Using Linked Data
45. Cohabitation and Nonmarital Relationships
46. Innovative Data and Methods for Population and Environment Research
47. Spatial Methods
48. Gender, Race/Ethnicity, and Labor Markets
49. Work and Education Outcomes in the Transition to Adulthood
50. Rising U.S. Mortality: How Much Should We Despair?

Thursday, April 11 / 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM

P3. Population, Development, & the Environment; Data & Methods; Applied Demography

Thursday, April 11 / 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

51. Urbanization and Sustainable Development in Africa
52. Flash Session: Gender, Race/Ethnicity, and Health 
53. Fertility, Family Planning, and Reproductive Health: Policy and Government Intervention
54. Internal Migration, Health, and Well-being
55. Migration, Community Context, and Health
56. Racial Inequality in the United States
57. Consequences of Intergenerational Social and Educational Mobility
58. Labor Market Change and Fertility
59. Causes of Neonatal, Infant, and Child Mortality
60. Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health
61. Geographic Patterns of Morbidity and Mortality
62. Fertility Timing: Causes and Consequences
63. International Perspectives on Adverse Childhood Experiences and Child/Youth Well-being
64. Cross-National Comparisons in Aging
65. Income, Wealth, and Health
66. Union Formation
67. The Short- and Long Terms Consequences of K–12 Educational Attainment
68. Capturing Hard-to-Measure Outcomes in Sexual and Reproductive Health
69. Using Linked Data Sources
70. Parenting
71. Gender, Sexuality, and Population Health
72. Mobility, Activity Space Exposures, and Inequality
73. Demographic Dynamics, Environment and Development
74. Demography of Formal and Informal Care

Thursday, April 11 / 2:30 PM - 4:00 PM

P4. Marriage, Family, Households, & Unions

Thursday, April 11 / 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

75. The Citizenship Question Issue and the 2020 Census: Demographers in the Courtroom
76. Flash Session: Unpacking Associations Between Race/Ethnicity and Health
77. Marital Relationships and Well-being
78. Internal Migration
79. Collecting Data on Migrant Populations
80. Flash Session: Innovation in Demographic Methods
81. Aging in the United States: Minorities and Other Vulnerable Populations
82. Economic Instability and Family Well-being
83. Stopping, Spacing, and Postponing in the Developing World
84. Wellbeing of Mexican-Origin Children on Both Sides of the U.S./Mexico Border
85. Adolescent Fertility and Contraceptive Use
86. Spatial Distribution of Diseases and Deaths
87. The Changing Correlates of Fertility Timing in Developed Countries
88. Adverse Experiences Among Children and Youth in Immigrant Families
89. Socioeconomic Status and Health
90. Union Dissolution
91. Agriculture and Child Mortality
92. School Diversity and Student Outcomes
93. Family Planning and Sexual and Reproductive Health in Conflict and Emergency Settings
94. Cross-National Studies of Retirement Policies and Processes
95. Parenting and Child Development in International Contexts
96. Triple Burden of Diseases in the Global South
97. Research on Transgender and Gender Nonbinary/Nonconforming Populations
98. The Changing Demography of Rural Areas

Thursday, April 11 / 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM

P5. Health & Mortality 1

Thursday, April 11 / 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM

99. Optimizing Self-response in the 2020 Census
100. Using Big Data in Population Research
101. Family Demography: Methods and Projections
102. Residential Segregation
103. Innovative Approaches, Data, and Analytical Strategies in the Study of Migration
104. International Migration and Child Well-being
105. Short- and Long-Run Effects of Unemployment on Workers and Their Children
106. Empirical Assessments of Linked Human-Ecological Adaptive Responses to Climate Change
107. Causes of Adverse Birth Outcomes
108. Influence of Religiosity, Morality, and Other Social Norms on Contraceptive Use Among Teenagers
109. Measurement Challenges and Innovations in Infant and Child Health and Mortality
110. Projecting Fertility in a Time of Demographic Change: Will It Rise or Fall?
111. Demography of Mental Health
112. Future of Health: Consequences of Cohort Differences in Health Behaviors
113. Low Fertility and Childlessness
114. The Life Course Origins of Self-rated Health
115. Gender and Labor Markets
116. Innovations in Measurement for Fertility, Family Planning, and Sexual and Reproductive Health
117. Gender Disparities in Later Life in Developing Countries
118. The Economics of Divorce
119. Couple Dynamics of Sex, Contraception, and Fertility
120. Marriage, Assortative Mating and Inequality
121. Population Processes, the Environment, and Energy

Friday, April 12 / 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM

P6. Health & Mortality & Aging

Friday, April 12 / 8:15 AM - 9:45 AM

122. Family Contexts and Child Well-being
123. Flash Session: Geospatial Analysis in Applied Demography
124. Flash Session: Causes and Consequences of Educational Inequalities
125. The Nexus of Neighborhood and School Segregation
126. Contemporary and Historical Fertility Transitions
127. Transnational Migrants and Their Family Life in Asia
128. Using Social Media in Population Research
129. Fertility, Family Planning, and Reproductive Health: Programs and Quality of Care
130. Childhood Conditions and Adult Achievement
131. Family Complexity and Diversity
132. Biodemography of Aging
133. Race, Ethnicity, and the Demography of Mental Health
134. Education Outcomes in Low- and Middle-Income Countries
135. Sexually Transmitted Infections, HIV, Fertility, and Reproductive Health
136. Families and Work
137. Families and Aging
138. Life Course, Population Health, and Mortality
139. Political Determinants of Health and Mortality
140. Future Directions in the Demography of Aging
141. Men’s Fertility, Family Planning, and Sexual and Reproductive Health
142. Genes and Health - Using Polygenic Scores
143. Race/Ethnicity, Gender, and Incarceration
144. Vulnerability and Resilience in “Hot Spots” of Acute and Chronic Environmental Change

Friday, April 12 / 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

P7. Migration & Urbanization

Friday, April 12 / 10:15 AM - 11:45 AM

145. New Data Sources and Sampling Strategies for Identifying Migrants
146. Flash Session: Data Visualizations, Open Source, and Other Tools of Applied Demography
147. Reducing Child Poverty by 50 Percent in 10 Years: The National Academies Report
148. Contraception in Context
149. Contraceptive Behavior in Developed Countries
150. Exposure to Violence and Aggression in Schools and Adolescent Development
151. Gender and Migration
152. Understanding the Determinants of Low Fertility
153. Poverty and Social Policy
154. Family Complexity and Diversity
155. Gender and Inequality in Low- and Middle-Income Countries
156. Environmental Factors Associated With Health and Mortality
157. Violence and Health
158. Transition to Adulthood Among Vulnerable Youth
159. Family-Level Perspectives on Work and Care
160. Perceptions of Time Use and Individual Well-being
161. Life Course Determinants of Aging
162. Immigration Policy and Immigrant Well-being
163. Innovative Application of Demographic Theory to Population-Environment Research
164. Couple, Family, and Household Dynamics
165. Mathematical Demography
166. Race, Wealth, and Debt
167. Modeling Mortality

Friday, April 12 / 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM

P8. Economy, Labor Force, Education, & Inequality

Friday, April 12 / 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

168. Immigrant Integration and Incorporation
169. Flash Session: New Directions in Economy, Labor Force, Education, and Inequality
170. Measurement Approaches and Innovations in Family Planning
171. Temporary and Circular Migration
172. Improving Maternal and Newborn Health in Sub-Saharan Africa: Financing and Quality of Care
173. Long-Term Effects of Early-Life Circumstances
174. Intergenerational Relationships
175. Gender, Work, and Family: Assessing Policy Effects
176. Pollution and Birth Outcomes
177. Gains and Gaps in Life Expectancy
178. Fertility and Sexual and Reproductive Health of Sexual Minorities
179. Aging Alone and Well-being
180. Neighborhood and School Diversity: Drivers and Outcomes
181. Fathers and Families
182. Age Patterns of Mortality
183. Emerging Fertility Trends in Latin America
184. Reproductive Behavior and Sexual Health of Middle and Older Adults
185. Statistical Demography
186. Measurement of Race and Gender
187. Methodological Innovations in Modeling Health and Mortality

Friday, April 12 / 2:30 PM - 4:00 PM

P9. Marriage, Family, Households, & Unions; Gender, Race, & Ethnicity

Friday, April 12 / 2:45 PM - 4:15 PM

188. Migration's Impacts on Gender
189. Flash Session: New and Pressing Immigration Issues
190. Spatial Effects on Reproductive Health and Fertility
191. Return Migration
192. Evaluation of Family Planning and Other Reproductive Health Services Using a Logic Model
193. Measuring Poverty
194. Intergenerational Coresidence
195. History, Demography, and Racial Inequality
196. Policies, Programs and Their Impacts on Health and Mortality
197. Demography of Epidemics
198. Determinants of Adolescent Mortality
199. Families and Inequality
200. Pensions, Social Security, and Retirement
201. Exposure to Collective Violence/Conflict and Child/Youth Well-being: International Perspectives
202. The Impact of Midlife Mortality on Population Health
203. Demographic Estimation for Monitoring and Decision-making in Sparse-Data Settings
204. Spatial and Contextual Effects on Reproductive Health and Fertility
205. Cross-National Comparisons on Disability and Cognitive Health
206. The Importance of Socioeconomic Status on Child Outcomes
207. Intersectionality Approaches in Demography
208. Computational Demography
209. Fertility Intentions and Dynamics in Marriages and Families

Saturday, April 13 / 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM

P10. Fertility, Family Planning, Sexual Behavior & Reproductive Health 2

Saturday, April 13 / 9:15 AM - 10:45 AM

210. Flash Session: Recent Trends in Fertility and Contraception in the United States
211. Female Schooling, Employment, and Demography
212. Neighborhood Influences on Children and Youth
213. Maternal Morbidity and Mortality in the United States
214. 2020 Census Data Products Plan
215. Gender and Families
216. Health Effects of Social Welfare Policies
217. Gender and Sexual Minority Families
218. Family Histories and Economic Outcomes: Comparative European Perspectives
219. Statistical Advances in High Resolution Modeling for Health and Mortality Outcomes
220. Determinants of Child Health and Mortality
221. Housing, Homelessness, and Child/Youth Well-being
222. Trends, Determinants, and Consequences of the Length of Working Life

Saturday, April 13 / 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM

P11. Health & Mortality 2

Saturday, April 13 / 11:15 AM - 12:45 PM

223. Flash Session: Families and Health
224. Unauthorized and Irregular Migration
225. International Migration
226. Trends, Determinants, Consequences, and Measurement of Unmet Need
227. International Evidence on Poverty and Social Policy
228. Fertility Intentions: Causes and Consequences
229. Contraceptive Behavior in Developing Countries
230. Gender and Time Use
231. The Union Context of Childbearing
232. Gene-Environment Interaction and Health
233. Families, Law, and Public Policy
234. Climate Change and Population Health
235. Social Aspects of Place and Health
236. Neighborhood Effects and Inequality
237. The Demography of Authorized Migration
238. Minority Group Population Dynamics in Canada and the United States

Saturday, April 13 / 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

239. Flash Session: Social Policy and Child Well-being
240. Migration and Educational Outcomes
241. Migration, Inequality, and Social Mobility
242. Challenges in Operationalizing Population and Reproductive Health Policies and Programs
243. Child and Youth Exposures to Criminal Justice Systems
244. Disparities and Equity in Reproductive Health
245. Interpersonal Relationships in Families
246. Sleep and Population Health Disparities
247. Families and Adolescent Health
248. Determinants of Adolescent Health
249. Social and Economic Determinants of Health and Mortality
250. Spatial Inequality in the United States
251. Population Structure and the Labor Market
252. Mixed Methods