Poster Session 4
Children and Youth/Population and Aging

Thursday, April 30
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Indigo Ballrooms A-H
Level 2

1. Gender Differences in Health Expectancy among Older Persons in the PhilippinesJeofrey B. Abalos, Australian National University.

3. Gender Inequality in the Life Course: The Effect of Parenthood in the Division of Unpaid WorkMarc Ajenjo Cosp, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; Núria García Saladrigas, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; Joan Pau Jordà, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona.

4. Factors Associated with Mobility of Adolescent Girls: Evidence from Rural BangladeshMst. Farhana Akter, Population Council.

6. Medicaid Managed Care and Resource Use among Older Hispanics in TexasJacqueline L. Angel, University of Texas at Austin; Henry S. Brown, University of Texas at Austin.

7. Active Ageing Typologies and Related Health Outcomes: A Latent Class Analysis of the Older EuropeansBruno Arpino, Universitat Pompeu Fabra; Valeria Bordone, Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/ÖAW, WU).

8. Educational Attainment and Emotional Health among Middle-Aged and Elderly Chinese AdultsYifan Bai, Pennsylvania State University; Suet-ling Pong, Pennsylvania State University; Jing Liu, Pennsylvania State University.

10. Black-White Mortality Crossover at Old Age: New Evidence from the National Longitudinal Mortality StudyDuygu Basaran Sahin, Graduate Center, City University of New York (CUNY) and CUNY Institute for Demographic Research (CIDR).

11. Predicting Public School Students at Risk for Standardized Testing FailureJennifer Brite, City University of New York (CUNY); Christina Pollari, CUNY School of Public Health; Jasmine Abdelnabi, CUNY School of Public Health; Ragheed Al-dulaimi, CUNY School of Public Health; William Stumbo, Xerox; Levi Waldron, CUNY School of Public Health.

12. Family of Origin and Food Practices: A Qualitative and Intersectional AnalysisLetisha E. C. Brown, University of Texas at Austin.

13. Lower Body Limitations, Measurement, and Healthy Life Expectancy in U.S. Populations Ages 65+Phillip A. Cantu, University of Texas.

14. The Preparation of Thai Older Persons Entering the ElderlySutthida Chaunwan, Mahidol University; Teeranong Sakulsri, Institute for Population and Social Research.

15. Measure Dependent Ratio in Consumptions with Household Type HeterogeneityYuan Cheng, Fudan University; Xuehui Han, Asian Development Bank (ADB).

17. Women’s Work and Pensions: Drawing Reform Lessons from Poland and Central Eastern EuropeAgnieszka Chlon-Dominczak, Warsaw School of Economics.

18. Population Ageing in Poland and Its Consequences on Public and Private TransfersAgnieszka Chlon-Dominczak, Warsaw School of Economics; Wojciech Latkowski, Warsaw School of Economics.

19. Examining the Impact of Grandparent Caregiving on MortalitySeung-won Choi, Michigan State University.

20. Examining the Interplay of Housing and Childbearing Trajectories of Young Adults in SwedenMargarita Chudnovskaya, Stockholm University.

21. Time-to-Death Patterns in Markers of Age and DependencyPil H. Chung, University of California, Berkeley; Jeroen J. A. Spijker, Center for Demographic Studies (Barcelona); John MacInnes, University of Edinburgh.

22. Adult Children's Education and Parental Health in the PSIDPatrick Coate, University of Michigan; Dustin C. Brown, University of Michigan.

23. “I Don’t Want Them to Lead This Life”: Raising Children in Nairobi's SlumsCassandra Cotton, McGill University; Caroline Kabiru, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC).

25. Wealth Disparities among Older Americans: The Cumulative Disadvantages of Minority Immigrant EldersWenqian Dai, University of South Dakota; Qiang Ren, Peking University; Ying Yang, Shippensburg University.

26. Does Mother's Autonomy within the Household Matter for Child Education in India?Dhiman Das, National University of Singapore.

27. Girls’ Education, Aspirations, and Social Networks: Evidence from a Randomized Trial in Rural RajasthanClara Delavallade, International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI); Alan Griffith, University of Michigan.

28. Parental Divorce, Educational Expectations, and Educational Attainment among Young AdultsCamron S. Devor, Iowa State University; Susan D. Stewart, Iowa State University.

29. Parental Education and Time Allocation of Child Care: Evidence from the Spanish Time-Use SurveyAlessandro Di Nallo, Universitat Pompeu Fabra.

30. Conceptualizing Child Care Patterns in a Dual-Carer SettingHelen Eriksson, Stockholm University.

31. Cumulative Effects of Metabolic and Vascular Risk Factors on Cognitive Decline among Older Mexican-AmericansBrian Downer, University of Texas at Galveston; Kyriakos S. Markides, University of Texas at Galveston; Mukaila Raji, University of Texas at Galveston.

32. Differences in Cognitive Impairment of U.S. Older Adults by Race and EthnicityCarlos Díaz-Venegas, University of Texas at Galveston; Brian Downer, University of Texas at Galveston; Kenneth M. Langa, University of Michigan.

33. Grandparenting in Three-Generation Families and the Health of Their GrandchildrenChad Evans, University of Pennsylvania.

34. How We Use Our Time in Adolescence and Young Adulthood: Another Look at Social Inequities by Race and Gender in the U.S.Linnea A. Evans, University of Michigan.

36. Family Complexity and Child Well-Being: A Descriptive Portrait from the New ECLS-K CohortLaura L. Freeman, Rice University.

37. “Setting the Tone”: Sex of the First Child and Educational Outcomes of Subsequent SiblingsLimor Gabay-Egozi, Bar-Ilan University; Natalie Nitsche, Vienna Institute of Demography; Lloyd D. Grieger, Yale University.

38. Leaving the Partner, Leaving the Child? Do Parents Really Invest Less in Children after They Separate?Michael Grätz, European University Institute.

39. It’s Not Just a Matter of Speaking English: Linguistic Isolation among Older Immigrants in the U.S.Zoya Gubernskaya, University at Albany, State University of New York (SUNY); Judith Treas, University of California, Irvine.

40. Does Women Empowerment Effect Son Preference in India?Amrita Gupta, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).

41. Abuse and Neglect Experienced by Older Women in India – Extent, Impact on Their QoL and Its Policy ImplicationsNidhi Gupta, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).

42. Religiosity and Child Involvement among Resident and Non-Resident FathersGeorge Hayward, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

43. How Do Expectations about Future Use of Long-Term Supports and Services Vary by Current Living Arrangement?Carrie Henning-Smith, University of Minnesota; Tetyana Shippee, University of Minnesota.

44. Do Income Transfers for the Old Improve Health? The Impact of a Non-Contributory Pension Programme on Old-Age Health in ColombiaPhilipp Hessel, Harvard University; Jose Rubio, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE); Mauricio Avendano, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).

45. Into the Red and Back to the Nest? Debt and Returning to the Parental Home among Young AdultsJason N. Houle, Dartmouth College; Cody Warner, Montana State University.

47. Health Care Utilization by Elderly in India: Does Family Matter?William Joe, Delhi University Enclave.

49. Family Poverty and Intense Work during High School: Do Children of Immigrants Face Unique Challenges?Lisa Kaida, Memorial University of Newfoundland.

50. The Caregiving Responsibilities of Retirees: What Are They and How Do They Affect Retirees’ Well-Being?Charlene M. Kalenkoski, Texas Tech University; Eakamon Oumtrakool, Texas Tech University.

51. Latino Children’s Behavioral Problems in Extended Family Households among Immigrant Families in L.A.Jeehye Kang, University of Maryland.

52. Regional Variation in Obesity: A Life Course ApproachCassandra Koehn, Miami University; Ryan Walker, Miami University; Scott Brown, Miami University; Scott M. Lynch, Duke University.

53. U.S. Regional Differences in Healthy and Total Life Expectancy for Persons with and without DiabetesScott M. Lynch, Duke University; J. Scott Brown, Miami University.

54. Effect of Health on Human Capital Accumulation in Ethiopia, India, Peru and Vietnam: A Quantile Regression ApproachKaushalendra Kumar, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Ashish Singh, Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay; Santosh Kumar, Sam Houston State University; Abhishek Singh, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).

55. Health Care Reform and Labor Supply of Older Workers: Employment Lock and RetirementJunghyun Kwon, Boston College.

56. Family Size and Education Inequalities: Trends and Patterns over Three GenerationsJames Lachaud, Université de Montréal; Thomas LeGrand, Université de Montréal; Jean-François Kobiané, Université de Ouagadougou.

57. Early Stressful Life Events and Child Behavioral Outcomes in Fragile FamiliesAbby Lane, University of Texas at Austin; Cynthia A. Osborne, University of Texas at Austin.

58. Associations between Socioeconomic Status and Obesity in Six Middle-Income Countries: Results from the Study on Global AGEing and Adult Health (SAGE)Melissa A. Liebert, University of Oregon; Theresa E. Gildner, University of Oregon.

59. The Relationships between Longevity and Different Dimensions of Health: Findings from the Cloister StudyMarc Luy, Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/ÖAW, WU); Catherine Bowen, Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/ÖAW, WU); Paola DiGiulio, Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/ÖAW, WU); Christian Wegner-Siegmundt, Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/ÖAW, WU); Angela Wiedemann, Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/ÖAW, WU).

60. The Social Disorganisation Theory and Community Effects on Teenage Pregnancy in South AfricaSibusiso Mkwananzi, University of the Witwatersrand.

61. In the Spaces between Big Data and Micro-Studies: A Spatial and Historical Demographic Analysis of Elderly Households in Rural Sweden, 1880-1900Mark A. Magnuson, Karlstads Universitet.

62. Does Taking Care of Grandchildren Affect Grandparents' Cognition?Shangyi Mao, Peking University.

63. A Cohort Perspective of Youth Poverty in the United StatesDaria Mendola, Università degli Studi di Palermo; Maria Sironi, University of Oxford; Arnstein Aassve, Università Bocconi.

64. Mapping Demography and Health in Ten Low Fertility Districts of IndiaSanjay Kumar Mohanty, Harvard University.

66. The Influence of Marital Dissolutions on Self-Reported Health Metrics of Older Individuals in a Rural African ContextTyler W. Myroniuk, University of Maryland.

67. Effectiveness of Direct Income Support on Poverty Reduction among the Elderly in UgandaViola Nampeera, Malaria Consortium and HIPo-Africa; Vivienne Najjemba, SAGE Project, Uganda.

68. Do Conditional Cash Transfers Have an Effect on Girls’ Delayed Age of Marriage Status? Findings from an Evaluation Study in North IndiaPriya Nanda, International Center for Research on Women (ICRW); Priya Das, International Center for Research on Women (ICRW); Nitin Datta, International Center for Research on Women (ICRW); Lakshmi Gopalakrishnan, International Center for Research on Women (ICRW); Pranita Achyut, International Center for Research on Women (ICRW); Anurag Mishra, International Center for Research on Women (ICRW).

69. Leaving the Parental Home: A Comparison between the United States, Taiwan and GermanyBernhard Nauck, Chemnitz University of Technology; Chin-Chun Yi, Academia Sinica; Nadia Lois, Chemnitz University of Technology.

70. Medical Insurance and Healthcare Utilization of the Elderly in China: Evidence from a Multilevel PerspectiveJianlin Niu, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences; Yaqiang Qi, Renmin University of China.

72. Correlates of Infant and Child Stunting in Nigeria: A Multilevel AnalysisIbukunoluwa F. A. Odelola, University of the Witwatersrand; Sunday A. Adedini, University of the Witwatersrand and Obafemi Awolowo University.

73. Perceptions of Health Limitations, Employment, and Career Characteristics among Older Adults in the United StatesKatsuya Oi, Pennsylvania State University.

74. Examining Homeleaving Processes during the Transition to AdulthoodSung S. Park, University of California, Los Angeles.

75. Marital Status and Mothers’ Time Use: Child Care, Housework, Leisure, and SleepJoanna Pepin, University of Maryland; Lynne M. Casper, University of Southern California.

76. Convergence or Divergence? A Longitudinal Analysis of Behaviour Problems among Disabled and Non-Disabled Children Aged 3 to 7 in EnglandLucinda Platt, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE); Rebecca Fauth, Tufts University; Samantha Parsons, Institute of Education.

77. Does Father Absence Hurt More for Boys than Girls? Evidence from Parental DeathsAnne Reneflot, Norwegian Institute of Public Health; Svenn-Erik Mamelund, Work Research Institute, Norway.

78. Family Social and Economic Factors and Exposure to Adverse Childhood ExperiencesTeri Rosales, University of Michigan.

79. Pain and Self-Assessed Health: Does the Association Vary across the Life Course?Sara Rubin, University of California, San Francisco; Zachary Zimmer, University of California, San Francisco.

81. Boarding at School and Students’ Well-Being: The Case of Rural ChinaBinbin Shu, Chinese University of Hong Kong; Yuying Tong, Chinese University of Hong Kong.

82. Intergenerational Monetary Transfers and Health Care Service Utilization among Older Adults in Rural ChinaMerril Silverstein, Syracuse University; Zhen Cong, Texas Tech University.

83. Time-Varying Effects of Changes in Parental Jobs, Partnership Statuses, and Residence on Children’s Educational AttainmentJuli Simon Thomas, University of California, Los Angeles.

84. The “Great Migration” and Mental Health of the Left-behind Elderly: Bringing in Urbanization and Community PerspectivesQian Song, University at Albany, State University of New York (SUNY).

85. Exploring Ageing Parameters for Selected Caribbean Countries: Towards a Novel ApproachGodfrey St. Bernard, University of the West Indies.

87. Sexual Behavior and Substance Use among Young People in Nepal: What Roles Do Families Play?Jyotsna Tamang, Australian National University.

88. Children’s Living Arrangements in Sub-Saharan Africa: Assessing Trends and Diversities Evidence from Health and Demographic Surveillance SystemsZacharie Tsala Dimbuene, Statistics Canada; Osman Sankoh, INDEPTH Network.

89. Maternal and Paternal Parenting Behaviors and Socioeconomic Disparities in Child Well-BeingAlicia VanOrman, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

90. Marginal Risk Progression of Non Communicable Diseases with Increasing Age in India: An Application of Competing Risk ModelRaj Kumar Verma, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Arpita Paul, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).

91. The Burden of Caring for Children and Parents: Intergenerational Coresidence, Caregiving and Well-Being of the CaregiversFirman Witoelar, SurveyMETER.

92. Does Preschool Attendance Matter to Children’s Long-Term Well-Being in China?Di Xu, Columbia University; Xin Gong, Columbia University; Wen-Jui Han, New York University (NYU).

93. Childhood vis-à-vis Adult Socio-Economic Circumstances Influence on Health: Evidence from Six Low and Middle Income CountriesSelvamani Yesuvadian, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Perianayagam Arokiasamy, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).

94. The Sexual and Reproductive Health Knowledge, Attitudes, Practices and Access to Reproductive Health of Youth in ChinaXiaoying Zheng, Peking University; Gong Chen, Peking University; Chao Guo, Peking University; Haochen Wang, Peking University; Jiamin Gao, Peking University.

95. Quantitative Estimates of the Families Losing Only Child in China and Its Implication for Social AssistanceWei Zhou, National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR); Hong Mi, Zhejiang University.

96. Health and Labor Supply in Rural ChinaYaoyao Zhu, University of Southern California.

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