Friday, April 12 / 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM Griffin Hall (Level 2)

Poster Session 6
Health & Mortality & Aging

1. Unmet Expectations About Retirement and Depression in Late Life: Differences by Gender, Race/Ethnicity, Education, and Birth CohortLeah Abrams , University of Michigan; Neil Mehta, University of Michigan.

2. When Danes Have Only 15 Years to Live: Implications of Linking Retirement Age With Life ExpectancyJesus-Adrian Alvarez , Interdisciplinary Centre on Population Dynamics, University of Southern Denmark; Malene Kallestrup-Lamb, Institute of Economy, Aarhus University; James W. Vaupel, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research and Max Planck Odense Center on the Biodemography of Aging.

3. Religion and Disability Among the Elderly in Brazil, 2006–2010Luciana C. Alves , Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP); Claudia C. A. Pereira, Escola Nacional de Saúde Pública (FIOCRUZ); Jair Santos, Universidade de São Paulo; Yeda Duarte, Universidade de São Paulo.

4. Disability Trends of the Elderly in Brazil, 1998–2013Luciana C. Alves , Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP); Tiago S. Alexandre, Universidade Federal de São Carlos; Danan Gu, United Nations.

5. Is Replacement Migration a Viable Solution to the Aging Population of Kerala, India? A Critical Assessment.Arun Perumbilavil Anand , Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay.

6. Demographic Components of Future Old-Age Support RatiosKirill F. Andreev , United Nations; Karoline Schmid, United Nations; Victor Gaigbe-Togbe, United Nations; Lina Bassarsky, United Nations Population Division.

7. Caregiving Across Diverse Populations: New Evidence From the National Study of Caregiving (NSOC) and Hispanic Established Populations for the Epidemiologic Study of the Elderly (-HEPESE)Jacqueline Angel , University of Texas at Austin; Sunshine Rote, University of Louisville; Heehyul Moon, University of Louisville.

8. Does a Dementia Diagnosis Increase the Likelihood of Exercising?Kanika Arora , University of Iowa; Divya Bhagianadh.

9. The Impact of Lifestyle Factors on Disability-Free Life Expectancy in Brazilian Elderly in 2013.Natália Arruda ; Luciana C. Alves, Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP).

10. Spatial Variations of Dengue Fever in BrazilEmerson Baptista , Asian Demographic Research Institute; Samir K., Shanghai University.

11. Caloric Intake and Dietary Patterns Are Associated With Onset of Physical Disability and Mortality in a Representative Sample of Older U.S. AdultsNicholas Bishop , Texas State University; Krystle Zuniga, Texas State University.

12. Going Home for Health Care? Older Women and the Lack of CoverageAna Canedo , University of Texas at Austin; Jacqueline Angel, University of Texas at Austin.

13. Participation in the New Rural Pension System (NRPS) in China: Determinants of Change Over the 2011–2013Lei Chen ; Timothy McBride, Washington University in St. Louis.

14. Exploring the Interplay Between Socioeconomic Status and Sleep Quality on General Cognitive Status Among Taiwanese Older AdultsChi Chiao , National Yang-Ming University; Andrew Chen, Utrecht University.

15. Grandparenting and Caregiving Grandmother’s Depressive Symptoms in South KoreaSeung-won Choi , Michigan State University.

16. Socioeconomic Status and the Onset of Alzheimer’s-Related Accelerated Cognitive DeclinesSean A. P. Clouston , Stony Brook University, State University of New York (SUNY); Yun Zhang, Stony Brook University, State University of New York (SUNY).

17. How Much Does Work Pay at Older Ages?Damir Cosic ; Richard Johnson, Dolan Consulting.

18. Determinants of Gender Differences in Life Satisfaction Among Filipino Older PersonsGrace Cruz , University of the Philippines; Christian Joy P. Cruz, University of the Philippines; Mark Ryan Paguirigan.

19. Purchasing Access to Healthcare for Older People: An Assessment of the Old-Age Exemption Policy Under Ghana’s National Health Insurance SchemeFidelia A. A. Dake , University of Ghana.

20. Survival Analysis on Mortality Data at Oldest Ages: First Results on Longevity Pioneers in FranceLinh Dang , National d’Études Démographiques; Carlo G. Camarda, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED); France Meslé, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED); Nadine Ouellette, Université de Montréal; Jean-Marie Robine, Institut National de la Santé et de la Recherche Médicale (INSERM) and Université de Montpellier I; Jacques Vallin, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED).

21. Gender Disparities in Health Care Financing Strategies (HCFS) for Inpatient Care in IndiaMoradhvaj Dhakad , Jawaharlal Nehru University; Nandita Saikia, Jawaharlal Nehru University.

22. Socioeconomic Differences in the Most Common Age at Death: An Analysis by Leading Causes of Death in Finland, 1971–2010Viorela Diaconu , Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Alyson A. van Raalte, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Pekka Martikainen, University of Helsinki.

23. The Effect of Educational Attainment on Cognition of Older Adults: Results From the Mexican Health and Aging Study 2001 and 2012Carlos Diaz-Venegas , Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Rafael Samper-Ternent, University of Texas at Galveston; Alejandra Michaels-Obregon, University of Texas at Galveston; Rebeca Wong, University of Texas at Galveston.

24. Differences in the Availability of Informal and Formal Safety Net Resources for Mexican Adults Aged 50–59 in 2001 and 2012Brian Downer , University of Texas Medical Branch; Bret Howrey, University of Texas Medical Branch; Rebeca Wong, University of Texas at Galveston.

25. Have Deaths Gradually Shifted From Younger to Older Ages and What Are the Implications for Underlying Mortality Dynamics?Marcus Ebeling , Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Marilia Nepomuceno, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research.

26. Exploring the Health Status of Immigrants in the United StatesPaola Echave , The Ohio State University; Jake Tarrence, The Ohio State University; Jasmine Whiteside, The Ohio State University.

27. Education, Childhood Conditions, and Dementia Life Expectancy in the Older U.S. PopulationMatthew Farina , University of Texas at Austin; Mark D. Hayward, University of Texas at Austin; Eileen Crimmins, University of Southern California; Jung Ki Kim, University of Southern California.

28. Similarities and Differences in the Operationalization of “Productive Aging” Across Experts and Contexts: A Conjoint Experiment ApproachGinevra Floridi , London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE); Benjamin Lauderdale, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).

29. Gender Differences of Low Control Work on Cognitive Reserve in Older WorkersKatherine Ford; Anja K. Leist , University of Luxembourg.

30. Associations Between Sleep Parameters, Noncommunicable Diseases, HIV Status, and Medications in Older, Rural South AfricansFrancesc Gomez-Olive , Harvard University; Julia Rohr, Harvard School of Public Health; Laura Roden, University of Cape Town; Dale Rae, University of Cape Town; Malcolm von Schantz, University of Surrey.

31. The Effect of Migration Between Mexico and the United States on Disability: A Pooled Cohort AnalysisLeslie Grasset ; Maria Glymour, University of California, San Francisco; Lanyu Zhang, University of Miami; Audrey Murchland, University of California, San Francisco; Richard Jones, Brown University; Jacqueline Torres, RWFJ Health & Society Scholars, University of California, San Francisco / University of California; Adina Zeki Al Hazzouri.

32. Gender Disparity Among the Graying Population in IndiaDevarupa Gupta , International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).

33. Impact of Vision Loss on Active Life Expectancy in the United StatesAaron Hagedorn , University of Southern California; Chi-Tsun Chiu, Academia Sinica; Yasuhiko Saito, Nihon University.

34. Life Course Predictors of Later-Life Cognitive Impairment: Disentangling Educational Attainment, Labor Force Participation, and Social EngagementJo Mhairi Hale , University of St Andrews; Maarten J. Bijlsma, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Angelo Lorenti, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research.

35. Social Engagement and Cognitive Health in a Population-Based Study of Older Men and Women in Rural South AfricaGuy Harling , University College London; Lindsay Kobayashi, Harvard University; Meagan Farrell, Harvard University; Ryan Wagner, MRC/Wits Rural Public Health and Health Transitions Research Unit; Lisa Berkman, Harvard University.

36. Religion and Cognitive Functioning: Race-Ethnicity and Gender Differences in Older Adults.Andrea K. Henderson , University of South Carolina; Katrina M. Walsemann, University of South Carolina; Jennifer A. Ailshire, University of Southern California.

37. Subjective Life Expectancy and Associated Correlates Among Older Adults in Community Dwelling of Uttar Pradesh, IndiaHimanshu Himanshu , International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).

38. Who Will Be Waiting for Me in the Ward? Changes in the Age and Sex Composition of Hospital Patients in Denmark, 2014–2050Andreas Höhn , MPDIR Rostock and SDU Odense; Anna Oksuzyan, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Rune Lindahl-Jacobsen, Max Planck Odense Center on the Biodemography of Aging; Roland Rau, University of Rostock; Kaare Christensen, University of Southern Denmark and Odense University Hospital.

39. Social Engagement and Cognitive Function of Older Adults in Mexico and the United States: How Universal Is the Health Concordance in Couples?Bret Howrey , University of Texas Medical Branch; Jaqueline Avila, University of Texas Medical Branch; Brian Downer, University of Texas Medical Branch; Rebeca Wong, University of Texas at Galveston.

40. Gender Differences in Family and Paid Disability Help Among Older Adults: Evidence From the United States, Mexico, and IndonesiaUrvashi Jain , University of Southern California; Connor M. Sheehan, T. Denny School of Social and Family Dynamics, Arizona State University.

41. A Tale of Two Cities: Patterns of Aging in Moscow and Saint Petersburg, 1990–2016Natalia Kalmykova , Moscow State University; Gaiane Safarova, Saint-Petersburg Institute for Economics and Mathematics RAS; Anna Safarova, Saint-Petersburg Institute for Economics and Mathematics RAS.

42. The Dynamic Relationship Between Labor Force Participation and Health Status Among Old Age People in KoreaHoolda Kim , Black Hills State University; Sophie Mitra, Fordham University.

43. The Moderating Role of Conscientiousness in the Relationship Between Education and Health in Later LifeJin Hyung Kim , University of Wisconsin-Madison.

44. Earlier-Life Depression and Dementia Risk Twenty Years Later: A Population-Based Register Study in FinlandKaarina Korhonen ; Elina Einio, University of Helsinki; Taina Leinonen, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health; Lasse Tarkiainen, University of Helsinki; Pekka Martikainen, University of Helsinki.

45. Self-reported Morbidity Among Elderly in India: Socioeconomic Correlates of Living ArrangementPradeep Kumar , International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).

46. The Effects of Children’s Migration on Elderly Parents Left Behind: Evidence From IndonesiaSneha Kumar , Cornell University.

47. Family Caregiving to the Elderly: Positive Experiences of Caregivers in Two Urban Poor Communities in Accra, GhanaFrank Kyei-Arthur, Regional Institue for Population Studies, University of Ghana.; Samuel Codjoe , University of Ghana; Delali Badasu, Regional Institute for Population Studies; Deborah Atobrah, Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana.

48. Can There Be a Global Policy for Financing Population Aging? A Reflection From National Transfer Accounts FrameworkLaishram Ladusingh , International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Melody Thangjam.

49. Diverging Ideas of Health? Explanatory Factors for Self-rated Health Across Gender, Age-Groups, and European CountriesPatrick Lazarevic , Vienna Institute of Demography; Martina Brandt, TU Dortmund University.

50. Race, Childhood Structural Factors, and Cognitive Function in Later LifeHaena Lee , University of Michigan; Shannon Ang, University of Michigan; Xinyu Zhang, University of Michigan.

51. Associations of Childhood: Adult Socioeconomic Status With Health Outcomes Among Middle-Aged and Older ChineseZhongda Li .

52. Indoor Air Pollution and Cognitive Function Among Older ChineseMin Li ; Barbara Zsembik, University of Florida.

53. Widowhood and Mortality Risk of Older People in Rural China: Do Gender and Living Arrangement Make a Difference?Huijun Liu , Xi'an Jiaotong University; Quanbao Jiang, Xi'an Jiaotong University.

54. Labor Market Exit, Work Stress, and Education: A Study With Older Employees in 16 European CountriesJana Mäcken ; Patrick Praeg, University of Oxford; Lea Ellwardt, University of Cologne.

55. Geographic Inequalities in Rate of Memory Decline Among Older Adults in the United StatesElizabeth Rose Mayeda , University of California, Los Angeles; Audrey Murchland, University of California, San Francisco; Joan Casey, University of California, Berkeley; Paola Gilsanz, Kaiser Permanente Northern California Division of Research; Rachel Whitmer, University of California, Davis; Maria Glymour, University of California, San Francisco.

56. Learning to Cope: Examining Effects of Self- and Caregiver Education on the Link Between Cognitive Impairment and DepressionWilliam McConnell , Florida Atlantic University.

57. Population Aging and Mortality Behavior in Brazil, 2000–2050José Gustavo Medeiros; Viviane Dutra, Instituto Oswaldo Cruz (FIOCRUZ); José Henrique Monteiro da Silva, Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP); Natália Arruda ; Luciana C. Alves, Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP); Livia Santiago, UFRJ; Raphael Guimaraes.

58. Living Longer: Historical and Projected Gains to Life Expectancy, 1960–2060Lauren Medina, U.S. Census Bureau; Shannon Sabo , U.S. Census Bureau; Jonathan Vespa, U.S. Census Bureau.

59. Perceived Interpersonal and Institutional Discrimination Among Persons With Disability: Do Patterns Differ by Age?Eun Ha Namkung , Brandeis University; Deborah Carr, Rutgers University.

60. Stratification of Nutritional Experiences Among Older Adults Within and Across CountriesCarmen Ng , Emory University.

61. Parents’ Weight Status and History of Type 2 Diabetes and Their Children’s Growth Trajectories to Young AdulthoodJannie Nielsen , Emory University; Adam Hulman, Aarhus University; Solveig Cunningham, Emory University.

62. Recent Trends of Older Adult Mortality in Sub-Saharan Africa: An Analysis of the Modal Age at Death From an Indirect Estimation-Based ModelSoumaila Ouedraogo , Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED).

63. Lifestyle Behaviours and Mental Health Outcome of Elderly: Modification of Socioeconomic and Physical Health EffectsBalram Paswan ; Pravat Bhandari, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).

64. Adverse Life Events and Late-Life Health and Wellbeing: Risk and Resilience in an Aging Post-Apartheid South African CohortCollin Payne , Australian National University; Sumaya Mall, University of the Witwatersrand; Lindsay Kobayashi, Harvard University; Kathleen Kahn, University of the Witwatersrand; Lisa Berkman, Harvard University.

65. Current and Projected Elderly Populations in the Countries of East Asia: Implications for EldercareDudley L. Poston Jr , Texas A&M University.

66. Adult Children’s Education and Parental Health and Mortality in England and Wales: A Regression Discontinuity ApproachCecilia Potente, Jacobs Center for Productive Youth Development, University of Zurich; Patrick Praeg , University of Oxford; Christiaan W. S. Monden, University of Oxford.

67. Life Course Socioeconomic Determinants of Early Adulthood CognitionMax Reason , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Allison Aiello, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Daniel W. Belsky, Duke University; Kathleen Mullan Harris, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Moira Johnson, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Katsuya Oi, Northern Arizona University; Brenda Plassman, Duke University; Yang Claire Yang, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

68. Gender Earnings Gaps in STEM Fields: Exploring the Role of Job TenureCyrus Schleifer , University of Oklahoma; Ann M. Beutel, University of Oklahoma.

69. How Much Saving Does It Take for Vulnerable Populations to Maintain Subjective Economic Well-being Throughout Retirement in the United States?Julian Schmied , Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research.

70. Are Aging Societies Aging Equally? Measuring Life Expectancy and Lifespan Variation Inequalities at Older AgesRosie Seaman , Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Marilia Nepomuceno, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research.

71. Old and Wise: Assessing the Link Between Cognition and Overall Well-being in Later LifeY Selvamani .

72. Racial and Ethnic Differences in Returns of Education on Cognitive Functioning in Later LifeKyler Sherman-Wilkins , Missouri State University; Amy Thierry, Xavier University.

73. Understanding the Correlation Between Alzheimer’s Disease Polygenic Risk, Wealth, and the Composition of Wealth HoldingsSu Hyun Shin, University of Alabama; Dean R. Lillard , The Ohio State University; Jay Bhattacharya, Stanford University.

74. Effects of Over- and Underconfidence on Asset Holdings and Net WorthSu Hyun Shin , University of Alabama; Andrew Hanks, The Ohio State University.

75. The Older Population in Rural America, 2012–2016Amy S. Smith , U.S. Census Bureau; Edward N. Trevelyan, U.S. Census Bureau.

76. Is It Worth Weighting for? Health Expectancies in Europe Based on Education-Adjusted WeightsSonja Spitzer , Vienna Institute of Demography.

77. Determinants of Physical and Cognitive Health Transitions Among Danish NonagenariansCosmo Strozza , Sapienza University of Rome; Virginia Zarulli, University of Southern Denmark.

78. Being Left Behind or Migrant? The Impacts of Migration on the Mental Health of Chinese Rural Older AdultsDan Tang .

79. Active Aging and Wellbeing in a Cross-National PerspectiveMaria-Letizia Tanturri , Università di Padova; Annalisa Donno, Università di Padova; Omar Paccagnella, Università di Padova.

80. Disparities in Adult Depression by Educational Attainment: What Are the Age Patterns?Megan Todd , Princeton University; Julien O. Teitler, Columbia University.

81. Mystery of Rising Old-Age Mortality in Europe:Testing Alternative ExplanationsVeronica Toffolutti , Università Commerciale Luigi Bocconi; David Stuckler, Bocconi University.

82. The Health Effects of Spousal Caregiving on Middle-Aged and Older Mexican Adults: A Targeted Estimation ApproachJacqueline Torres , RWFJ Health & Society Scholars, University of California, San Francisco / University of California; Kara Rudolph, University of California, Davis; Uchechi Mitchell, University of Illinois at Chicago; Mienah Z. Sharif, California Center for Population Research (CCPR); Rebeca Wong, University of Texas at Galveston; Maria Glymour, University of California, San Francisco.

83. Cumulative Inequality and Housing Insecurity Severity Among Renters in Later LifeArielle True-Funk .

84. Life Before Death: Trends in Health at the End of Life, 1997–2009Yana Vierboom , University of Pennsylvania.

85. Determinants of Access to HIV Testing Among Older Persons in Rural Uganda: A Cross-Sectional SurveyStephen Ojiambo Wandera , Makerere University; Betty Kwagala, Makerere University; Fred Maniragaba.

86. Women, Work, and Caring for Aging Parents: Modelling Difference by Education in the Panel Study of Income DynamicsMelody Waring , University of Wisconsin-Madison.

87. Marital and Racial Disparities in Economic Resources and Survival Among Older WomenJoseph Wolfe , University of Alabama at Birmingham; Mieke B. Thomeer, University of Alabama at Birmingham.

88. Psychosocial Health of the Sandwiched Chinese GrandparentsHongwei Xu , Queens College, City University of New York (CUNY).

89. The Intersection of Migration and Public Pension Balance in China a Comparative Analysis of Guangdong Province and Heilongjiang ProvinceMengting Yu .

90. Social Stress, Socioeconomic Status, and Elderly HealthZhang Yun .

91. Disruption in Primary Care and Patient Outcomes: Evidence From Physician RetirementXuan Zhang , Brown University.

92. The Health Impact of Grandchild Care on GrandparentsDandan Zhao ; Yuanfei Li, University at Albany, State University of New York (SUNY).

93. Urban-Rural Differences in Need for Social Services Among Disabled Older Adults in ChinaHaiyan Zhu , Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Danan Gu, United Nations.

94. Sex, Race and Age Differences in Prevalence of Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementia in Medicare Claims and Survey DataYingying Zhu , University of Southern California; Yi Chen, University of Southern California; Julie M. Zissimopoulos, University of Southern California.

95. Son Preference and Women’s Health in China: A Life Course StudyHong Zou, Southwestern University of Finance and Economics; Zhengcheng Peng, Southwestern University of Finance and Economics; Hongwei Xu , Queens College, City University of New York (CUNY).

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