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

Session 14
Cognitive Aging

Chair: Maria Glymour, University of California, San Francisco
Discussant: Jacob Bor, Boston University

1. Income, Cardiovascular Disease, and Cognition: Evidence From Cash TransfersKevin Feeney , University of Southern California.

2. Adolescent School Environment Predicts Cognitive Functioning 50 Years LaterSara Moorman , Boston College; Emily Greenfield, Rutgers University; Sarah Garcia, University of Minnesota.

3. The Cognitive Effects of Depression: Evidence From an Instrumental Variable ApproachVahé Nafilyan , King's College London.

4. Linked Lives: Offspring Education and Parents’ Cognitive Functioning in Later LifeMinle Xu , University of Texas at Austin.

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