Thursday, April 11 / 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM Griffin Hall (Level 2)

Poster Session 2
Children & Youth

1. Cohort Analysis of Adolescent Childbearing and Birth Progression in West-AfricaAyo Adebowale , University of Ibadan.

2. Contextual Determinants of Sexual Behaviour of Emerging Adults in NigeriaOlufemi Adetutu , Obafemi Awolowo University; Azeez Abdulrahman.

3. Stepfamily Arrangement and Child Well-being in South Africa: A Longitudinal PerspectiveVisseho Adjiwanou , Université du Québec à Montréal; Flint Chenjera.

4. Are the Effects of Neighborhood Sanitation on Child Height in India Overstated?Mayank Agrawal , Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani (BITS Pilani); Bheemeshwar Amireddy, Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani (BITS Pilani); Sunny Jose, Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani (BITS Pilani).

5. Contextual Determinants of Adolescent Pregnancy in Urban Slum Areas of Nigeria: A Multilevel AnalysisAkanni I. Akinyemi , Harvard School of Public Health; Erinfolami Temitope, Obafemi Awolowo University; Shah Iqbal, World Health Organization (WHO).

6. The Linkages Between Witnessing and Experiencing Violence in Private and Public Spaces and Violence-Related Attitudes and Behaviours Among Adolescent Boys: Evidence From a Prospective Study in Rural Bihar, IndiaSharmistha Basu , Jawaharlal Nehru University.

7. Neighborhoods of Opportunity: The Role of Space in Access to and Utilization of Public Pre-KindergartenErin Baumgartner , Rice University; Luis A. Sanchez, California State University, Channel Islands; Benjamin Maloney, Houston Independent School District.

8. Is Migration a Stressor for the Most Talented? Nonspecific Psychological Distress Among Chinese Students in Tertiary Education in China, Germany, and the UKHector Cebolla-Boado; Jinming Liu, Tsinghua University; Dorothée Schneider, University of Essex; Yasemin Soysal .

9. Trends in Opioid Misuse and Child Maltreatment: An Explanation Using Social DisorganizationAlexander Chapman , Pennsylvania State University.

10. Do Household Composition and Family Demographics Influence Nutritional Status Among 3—7 Year Old Children in the Samoan Island of Upolu?Courtney Choy , Brown University; Stephen McGarvey, Brown University; Christina Soti-Ulberg, Samoa Ministry of Health; Take Naseri, Samoa Ministry of Health; Muagututia Sefuiva Reupena, Samoa Bureau of Statistics; Rachel Duckham, Deakin University; Nicola Hawley, Yale University.

11. Parent Involvement and the Summer Slide: Does Parents’ Time Spent With Children Vary by Race?Corey Culver ; John R. Warren, University of Minnesota.

12. Young Women’s Empowerment and Contraceptive Use in CambodiaMai Do , Tulane University School of Public Health.

13. Is Daddy Coming to Dinner? Working Schedules and Father’s Time With ChildrenAnnalisa Donno , Università di Padova; Maria-Letizia Tanturri, Università di Padova; Ariane Pailhé, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED); Anne Solaz, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED).

14. A School-to-Prison Pipeline?: Understanding the Relationship Between Exclusionary Discipline Juvenile Justice Contact Using School and Justice Administrative DataHorace Duffy .

15. Achieving UNAIDS 90-90-90 Targets Among Adolescents in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo. Is School-Based Comprehensive Sexual Education Effective?Jacques B. O. Emina , University of Kinshasa.

16. “Racial Realignment of Time” and Disparities in Early-Onset Chronic ConditionsLinnea Evans , University of Wisconsin-Madison.

17. Toward a Children-Youth Development Index (CYDI): A Tool for Assessing the Effectiveness of Demographic Dividend Policies in the West and Central Africa RegionOusmane Faye , African Influence Institute (AFRII); Ibrahima Diallo, Université Cheikh Anta Diop de Dakar; Gilena G. Andrade, UNICEF-WCARO.

18. Older Male Sexual Partners and Teenage Fertility in Colombia According to Women’s Age at Sexual InitiationTheresa M. Fedor , Pontificia Universidad Javeriana; María Teresa Domínguez Torres, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana.

19. "First You Have to Show Her That You Are With Her”: Provider and User Experiences With Adolescent Family Planning Needs in a Stigmatized EnvironmentSeth L. Feinberg, Western Washington University; Hilary Schwandt, Western Washington University; Nirali Patel, Arcadia University; Julia Corey, Wheaton College; Jessica Linus, University of Maryland, Baltimore County; Adriana Scanteianu, Rutgers University; Ilia King, Xavier University; Angel Boulware, Spelman College; Chimene Ntakarutimana, University of Kentucky; Maddie Merritt, Western Washington University; Madeline Zeiler , Western Washington University; Madi Stapleton, Western Washington University; Abigail Miller, Western Washington University; Dieudonne Musemakweli, INES-Ruhengeri – Institute of Applied Sciences; Innocent Manzi, INES-Ruhengeri – Institute of Applied Sciences; Claudette Imbabazi, INES-Ruhengeri – Institute of Applied Sciences; Chantal Umutoni, INES-Ruhengeri – Institute of Applied Sciences.

20. Narratives of Sex and Safe Sex on First Date Among Young People in Urban GhanaDaniel Yaw Fiaveh , University of Cape Coast.

21. Contraceptive Use, Access, and Material Hardship in the Transition to AdulthoodElly Field , University of Michigan.

22. The Socioeconomic, Cultural and Demographic Factors of Gap between Urban and Rural Areas in Terms of Early Childhood Development: An Empirical Evidence from Cameroon, Using Fairlie Decomposition ModelHenri Fika , Institut de Formation et de Recherche Démographiques (IFORD).

23. The Role of Health Care Access, Health Care Utilization, and Language Barriers in the Low Prevalence of Neurodevelopmental Disabilities Among U.S Latino ChildrenSarah Garcia , University of Minnesota.

24. Are New Universities Helping the Poor Get More Education?Pablo Garriga , Brown University.

25. Vulnerable Youth: Public Assistance and Food Security, Comparison Between Mediterranean Area 1900-1940 and Sub-Saharan Africa 1980—2020Margarita Gonzalvo-Cirac , Universitat Internacional Catalunya (UIC); Victoria Roque Sanchez, Researcher; Begoña Gonzalvo, Researcher.

26. Knowledge About Reproductive Health Matters Among Youth in India: Situation and DeterminantsNidhi Gupta , Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai, India.

27. But Is It Safe? Experimental Evidence on the School Characteristics That Affect Students’ and Parents’ Perceptions of School Safety and School Choices.Chantal Hailey , New York University (NYU).

28. How Important Is It With Whom You Go to School? The Relationship Between Immigrant Peers and Educational Success Across the Entire School Career of Native and Immigrant StudentsMarieke Heers , Swiss Foundation for Research in the Social Sciences (FORS); Melanie Monfrance, Maastricht University; Carla Haelermans, Maastricht University.

29. Does Child Support Increase Self-sufficiency? Results From VirginiaColleen Heflin, Syracuse University; Len Lopoo, Syracuse University; Mattie Mackenzie-Liu , Maxwell School, Syracuse University.

30. The Effects of Immigrant Concentration in Schools on Adolescent CrimeAre Skeie Hermansen , University of Oslo; Torbjørn Skardhamar, University of Oslo.

31. Subsequent Births Among Teenagers in MexicoCelia Hubert Lopez , National Institute of Public Health, Mexico; Aremis L. Villalobos, Instituto Nacional de Salud Pública (INSP); Andres Sanchez, National Institute of Public Health; Tonatiuh Barrientos, National Institute of Public Health; Filipa de Castro, National Institute of Public Health.

32. The Influence of Nutrition Assistance Program Participation in Childhood on Improved Young-Adult Food SecurityNoura Insolera , University of Michigan; Julia Wolfson, University of Michigan; Alicia Cohen, University of Michigan.

33. Factors Affecting Depression Among Indian Adolescents: A School-Based Study Using the Multilevel Modeling ApproachAmrutha Jose ; Mariyamma Philip, NIMHANS; Manjula M., NIMHANS.

34. What Are the Efects of Children’s Health Insurance Program Expansion on Health Insurance Coverage and Self-rated Health of Immigrant Children?Chaegyung Jun .

35. Making Sense of Disparate Data on Noncommunicable Disease Risk Behaviors Among Youth in Low- and Middle-Income CountriesToshiko Kaneda , Population Reference Bureau (PRB).

36. Cognitive Development of Children in Immigrant Families: Living Arrangements and Parental NativityJeehye Kang , Old Dominion University; Xiushi Yang, Old Dominion University.

37. Why Psychological Distress and Partner Support Matter for Antenatal Care Among Young Women: A Baseline Evaluation From a Maternal Mental Health Intervention in Rural IndiaTina Khanna , International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).

38. Why Gender Transformative Programs on Contraceptive Use Should Focus on Early and Middle Adolescents? A Mixed-Methods Study From Rural IndiaTina Khanna , International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).

39. Emerging Partner Violence: Perpetration, Victimization and Help-Seeking During Early Adolescence in MalawiRachel Kidman , Stony Brook University; Hans-Peter Kohler, University of Pennsylvania.

40. Analyzing the Impact of a CCT on Multidimensional Poverty of Young Girls: Evidence From HPTN 068Kelly Kilburn, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Lucia Ferrone , Università degli Studi di Firenze; Audrey Pettifor, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Ryan Wagner, MRC/Wits Rural Public Health and Health Transitions Research Unit; Francesc Gomez-Olive, Harvard University; Kathleen Kahn, University of the Witwatersrand.

41. Should Grandparents Take Care of Their Grandchildren? The Effects of Grandparental Childcare on Early Language Development.Morgan Kitzmann , Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED); Ariane Pailhé, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED); Lidia Panico, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED).

42. Determinants of Favorable Attitudes About Abortion in Early Adolescence: Findings Across Three Restricted Legal SettingsLeah Koenig ; Mengmeng Li, Johns Hopkins University; Caroline Moreau, Institut National de la Santé et de la Recherche Médicale (INSERM); Patrick Kayembe, Université de Kinshasa; Eric Mafuta, University of Kinshasa; José Ortiz, University of Cuenca; Siswanto Wilopo, Universitas Gadja Mada; Robert Blum, Johns Hopkins University.

43. The Role of Unconditional Cash Transfers in the Decision to Migrate - Evidence From the Lesotho Child Grant ProgrammeSabrina Kouba , The United Nations University - Maastricht Economic and Social Research Institute on Innovation and Technology.

44. Adolescent Reproductive Attitudes, Knowledge, and Sexual Partnerships in Young Adulthood: Variation by GenderVanessa Lang , Bowling Green State University; Karen B. Guzzo, Bowling Green State University; Sarah R. Hayford, The Ohio State University.

45. Family Planning Equity Among Youth: Where Are We Now?Elizabeth Leahy Madsen, Population Reference Bureau (PRB); Charlotte Greenbaum , Population Reference Bureau (PRB).

46. Disciplinary Practices Among Orphaned Children in Sub-Saharan AfricaMark Lee , University of Minnesota; Elizabeth Boyle, University of Minnesota.

47. Revisiting the Immigrant Paradox in Early Learning ExperiencesSangyoo Lee , University of Minnesota; John Robert Warren, University of Minnesota; Judy Temple, University of Minnesota.

48. Parental Management of Child Hunger Among Homeless and Precariously Housed Families With Adult Food InsecurityAdam Lippert , University of Colorado Denver; Barrett A. Lee, Pennsylvania State University.

49. The Effects of Childhood Health Trajectories on College EnrollmentAiran Liu , Peking University; Narayan Sastry, University of Michigan; Robert Bozick, RAND Corporation.

50. Educational Consequences of Early Crime and Punishment: Testing a Genetically Informed Life Course Model Using the Add Health DataHexuan Liu , University of Cincinnati; Ryan Motz, University of Cincinnati; Peter Tanksley, University of Cincinnati; J. C. Barnes, University of Cincinnati; Kathleen Mullan Harris, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

51. Relationship Between Parents’ Educational Attitudes and Children’s Housework Performance in Chinese Households: Does Children’s Gender Matter?Yixiao Liu , University of Maryland; Quanbao Jiang, Xi'an Jiaotong University; Feinian Chen, University of Maryland.

52. School Outcomes of Children Raised by Same-Sex Couples: Evidence From Administrative Panel DataDeni Mazrekaj , KU Leuven; Kristof De Witte, KU Leuven; Sofie Cabus, KU Leuven.

53. Pathways Out of the Parental Home: Contextual Determinants Across Second-Generation Immigrant Origins in FranceHaley McAvay , Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED); Ariane Pailhé, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED).

54. The Effect of Socioeconomic Rank on Psychosocial Health and Educational AttainmentAndrew McMartin , Princeton University.

55. Adolescent Migration and Marriage: Examples From Malawi, Mali and NigerAndrea Melnikas, Population Council; Saul Grace, Population Council; Sarah Engebretsen, Independent Consultant; Sajeda Amin , Population Council.

56. Knowledge and Attitudes About Family Planning Among Adolescent Girls in Rajasthan: Results From PMA2020 Rajasthan SurveyKristin Mmari, Johns Hopkins University; Ifta Choiriyyah, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health; Anoop Kahnna, Indian Institute of Health Management (IIHMR); Danish Ahmed, Indian Institute of Health Management (IIHMR); Scott Radloff, Johns Hopkins University; Alec Shannon, Johns Hopkins University; Caroline Moreau , Institut National de la Santé et de la Recherche Médicale (INSERM).

57. Is Agency Correlated With Greater Ability of Young Adolescents to Communicate About Sexual and Reproductive Matters? Results From the Global Early Adolescent StudyCaroline Moreau , Institut National de la Santé et de la Recherche Médicale (INSERM); Mengmeng Li, Johns Hopkins University; Leah Koenig; Linnea Zimmerman, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health; Patrick Kayembe, Université de Kinshasa; Chaohua Lou, Shanghai Institute of Planned Parenthood Research; Eric Mafuta, University of Kinshasa; José Ortiz, University of Cuenca; Kristin Mmari, Johns Hopkins University; Robert Blum, Johns Hopkins University.

58. Focusing on Angolan Youth: Understanding Fertility Preferences and Modern Contraceptive Use to Accelerate the Demographic TransitionNatalie Morris, University of California, Berkeley; Karen Weidert, University of California, Berkeley; Ndola Prata , University of California, Berkeley.

59. Immigrant Families and Household InstabilityMaria Carolina Mota Pereira Aragão , University of Texas at Austin; Inbar Weiss, University of Texas at Austin.

60. Quality of Antenatal Care for Adolescents: A Secondary Analysis of More Than 9,000 Antenatal Visits in Four CountriesCorrina Moucheraud, University of California, Los Angeles; Patrick Heuveline , University of California, Los Angeles; Manisha Shah, University of California, Los Angeles.

61. Heterogeneous Effects of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) on Undocumented College Students’ Educational OutcomesKeitaro Okura , Yale University; Amy Hsin, Queens College, City University of New York (CUNY); Sofya Aptekar, Princeton University.

62. The Unintended Consequences of Medical Adaptation to Academic Pressure: ADHD Diagnoses, Socioeconomic Status, and Children's Later Well-beingJayanti Owens , Brown University.

63. Spanking and Young Children’s Socioemotional Development in Low- and Middle-Income CountriesGarrett Pace , University of Michigan; Shawna Lee, University of Michigan; Andrew Grogan-Kaylor, University of Michigan.

64. Does Household Structure Affect the Nutritional Status of Children? An Assessment of Indian PopulationAnand Kumar Singh Parihar , National Institute of Technology.

65. The Heterogeneous Treatment Effect of Teenage Childbearing on Educational AttainmentKiwoong Park , University at Albany, State University of New York (SUNY).

66. NEETs in the U.S. & the Great Recession: Young Adults Not in Education, Employment, or TrainingKrista K. Payne , Bowling Green State University.

67. The Child Welfare System, Social Support, and Independence ReadinessMarina Potter , Pennsylvania State University; Sarah Font, Pennsylvania State University.

68. Childhood Investments in International Human CapitalSusan Pozo , Western Michigan University; Isabel Ruiz, University of Oxford.

69. National and Ethnic Identity Formation in German Immigrant YouthMax Reason , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

70. Connecting Social Services to Social Change; Nonprofits and K–5 Parental InvolvementRobert W. Ressler , University of Texas at Austin.

71. Homelessness, Family Rejection and Disclosure, Mental Health, and Suicidality among Sexual Minority Adolescents in the U.S.Harmony Rhoades , University of Southern California; Jeremy Goldbach, University of Southern California; Mary Rose Mamey, University of Southern California; Sheree Schrager, University of Southern California.

72. Influences of Perceived Social Support on Adolescent Depressive Symptoms and Educational AttainmentKahli Romano .

73. Houseless Population in India: Trends, Patterns and CharacteristicsHarihar Sahoo , International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).

74. The Benefits of Child Care Among Children Who Experience NeglectKierra Sattler , University of Texas at Austin.

75. Aggressive and Violent Behaviour Among Children Living on the Street in Mumbai City, IndiaTushar Savarkar , International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).

76. Was Cinderella Just a Fairy Tale? Survival Differences Between Step- and Biological ChildrenRyan Schacht , East Carolina University; Alison Fraser, University of Utah; Ken R. Smith, University of Utah; Huong Meeks, University of Utah.

77. Schooling, Achievement, and Aspirations: Teen Pregnancy in Ethiopia, India, Peru, and VietnamWhitney Schott , University of Pennsylvania; Elisabetta Aurino, Imperial College London; Mary Penny, Instituto de Investigacion Nutricional; Jere Behrman, University of Pennsylvania.

78. Health and Health-Related Behaviors Before and After Coming to the United States Among Newly Arrived International StudentsNida I. Shaikh, Emory University; Yueqi Li , Emory University; Hanyu Liu, Emory University; Solveig Cunningham, Emory University.

79. “Motherhood in Childhood”: Consequences of Early Marriage on Pregnancy Outcomes Among Undocumented Bangladeshi Migrants in Kolkata, IndiaAnkita Siddhanta , International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).

80. Education Interrupted: Enrollment, Attainment, and Drop-out of Syrian Refugees in JordanMaia Sieverding, American University of Beirut; Caroline Krafft , St. Catherine University; Nasma Berri, American University of Beirut; Caitlyn Keo, St. Catherine University; Mariam Sharpless, St. Catherine University.

81. Who Is Forced to Move?Thomas Siskar , Pennsylvania State University.

82. Genetic Homophily in Adolescent Friendship NetworksRamina Sotoudeh , Princeton University.

83. The Unequal Distribution of Nuclear Family Deaths by Race and Its Effect on Attaining a College DegreeNaomi Thyden , University of Minnesota; Nicole Schmidt, University of Minnesota; Theresa L. Osypuk, University of Minnesota.

84. Adolescents' Mate Search in the Digital Age: Insights From a Mobile Diary StudyMarta Tienda , Princeton University; Jay Weistreich, University of Maryland.

85. Curtailing Access to Alcohol: Evidence on the Impact Over Child Outcomes in BrazilRomina Tome , Duke University.

86. Gender Difference of Academic Performance Among Youths in Rural China: The Role of Gender ValuesYuying Tong , Chinese University of Hong Kong; Jenny Li, The Chinese University of Hong Kong; Wenyang Su, Chinese University of Hong Kong.

87. Re-Examining the Relationship Between Parental Migration and the Health of Children Left BehindEmily Treleaven , University of Michigan.

88. Intergenerational Influences of Citizenship Status, Family Factors, and Neighborhood Context on Educational Attainment Among Second-Generation Immigrant YouthKazumi Tsuchiya , University of Michigan; Amy Schulz, University of Michigan; Ann Lin, University of Michigan; Kai Cortina, University of Michigan; Cleopatra Caldwell, University of Michigan.

89. Intergenerational Effects of Mass Incarceration: Parental Incarceration and Children's Earnings in Young AdulthoodMallory Turner , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Carolyn Tucker Halpern, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

90. Digital Inequality: The Impact of Internet Access on Children's Cognitive Performance in ChinaYifeng Wan , Johns Hopkins University.

91. Household Instability and Child Food InsecurityYiwen Wang , University of Texas at Austin; Kelly Raley, University of Texas at Austin.

92. Eliminating Female Genital Mutilation: Is the SDG Target in Reach?Kathrin Weny , United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA); Romesh Silva; Berhanu Legesse, UNFPA; Rachel Snow, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA); Nafissatou Diop, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA).

93. Labor Migration and Children’s School QualityScott Yabiku , Pennsylvania State University; Jennifer Glick, Pennsylvania State University; Dirgha J. Ghimire, University of Michigan; Juliana Levchenko, Pennsylvania State University; Lauren Newmyer, Pennsylvania State University.

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