January 13, 2016

CAAR – Health and Retirement Study Bibliography Update – January 13, 2016

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HRS has recently added the following items to its bibliography. The full bibliography is available at:

Book Chapter:

Munnell, Alicia H.; Rutledge, Matthew S.; Webb, Anthony, “Are Retirees Falling Short? Reconciling the Conflicting Evidence” in , Reimagining Pensions: The Next 40 Years [2016]


Dal Borgo, Mariela, Essays in Household Savings and Portfolio Choice, Coventry, UK University of Warwick [2015]

Jamal, Taha, Three Essays in Health Economics, Hamilton, Ontario McMaster University [2015]

Kim, Hyejin, The Mechanism of Ageism: The Relationship Between Perceived Ageism and Depressive Symptoms in Later Life, The Florida State University [2015]

Ndao-Brumblay, Sokhna Khady, Health Changes after Diabetes Diagnosed in Middle and Old Age: Physical, Mental and Cognitive Health Trajectories and Social Stratification, Ann Arbor University of Michigan [2015]

Wan, Wylie H., Work Hour Trajectories, Marital Quality, and Health of Couples Across the Life Course, Ann Arbor, MI University of Michigan [2015]

Xie, Boqin, Frailty in Older Adults with Heart Failure, Ann Arbor, MI University of Michigan [2015]

Journal Articles:

An, Ruopeng; Lu, Lingyun, “Antidepressant Use and Functional Limitations in U.S. Older Adults,” Journal of Psychosomatic Research 80: p31-36 [2016]

An, Ruopeng; Xiang, Xiaoling, “Smoking, Heavy Drinking, and Depression among U.S. Middle-Aged and Older Adults,” Preventive Medicine 81: p295-302 [2015]

Bakk, Louanne, “Racial/Ethnic Differences in Cost-Related Nonadherence and Medicare Part D: A Longitudinal Comparison,” Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved 26:4 p1132-1148 [2015]

Basu, Rashmita, “Lasting Impacts of Childhood Health and Socioeconomic Circumstances on Adult Health Problems: Analysis of a Longitudinal Count Regression Model,” International Journal of Applied Economics 12:1 p80-97 [2015]

Bucciol, Alessandro; Cavasso, Barbara; Zarri, Luca, “Social Status and Personality Traits,” Journal of Economic Psychology 51: p245-260 [2015]

Cahill, Kevin E.; James, Jacquelyn B.; Pitt-Catsouphes, Marcie, “The Impact of a Randomly Assigned Time and Place Management Initiative on Work and Retirement Expectations,” Work Aging and Retirement 1:4 p350-368 [2015]

Chen, Yiqun; Sloan, Frank A., “Explaining Disability Trends in the US Elderly and Near-Elderly Population,” Health Services Research 50:5 p1528-1549 [2015]

Groneck, Max; Ludwig, Alexander; Zimper, Alexander, “A Life-Cycle Model with Ambiguous Survival Beliefs,” Journal of Economic Theory 162: p137-180 [2016]

Joo, Heesoo; Fang, Jing; Losby, Jan L.; Wang, Guijing, “Cost of Informal Caregiving for Patients with Heart Failure,” The American Heart Journal 169:1 p142-148 [2015]

K mpfen, Fabrice; Maurer, J rgen, “Time to Burn (Calories)? The Impact of Retirement on Physical Activity among Mature Americans,” Journal of Health Economics 45: p91-102 [2016]

Kim, Eric S.; Konrath, Sara H., “Volunteering is prospectively associated with health care use among older adults,” Social Science and Medicine 149: p122-129 [2016]

Kim, Hyungsoo; Shin, Serah; Zurlo, Karen A., “Sequential Patterns of Health Conditions and Financial Outcomes in Late Life: Evidence From the Health and Retirement Study,” The International Journal of Aging and Human Development 81:1-2 p54-82 [2015]

Levy, Helen, “Income, Poverty, and Material Hardship Among Older Americans,” RSF: The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences 1:1 p55-77 [2015]

Liew, Hui-Peng, “A Random-Effects Pattern-Mixture Model with Application to Comorbidity,” Bulletin of Sociological Methodology/Bulletin de M thodologie Sociologique 129:1 p78-93 [2016]

Liu, Sze Yan; Glymour, M. Maria; Zahodne, Laura B.; Weiss, Christopher; Manly, Jennifer J., “Role of Place in Explaining Racial Heterogeneity in Cognitive Outcomes among Older Adults,” Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 21:9 p677-687 [2015]

Lyu, Jiyoung, “Gender Differences in the Association between Childhood Socioeconomic Status and Cognitive Function in Later Life,” Journal of Geriatrics 2015:896876 [2015]

Nguyen, Thu T.; Tchetgen, Eric J. Tchetgen; Kawachi, Ichiro; Gilman, Stephen E.; Walter, Stefan; Liu, Sze Y.; Manly, Jennifer J.; Glymour, M. Maria, “Instrumental variable approaches to identifying the causal effect of educational attainment on dementia risk,” Annals of Epidemiology 26:1 p71-76.e3 [2016]

Noelke, Clemens; Avendano, Mauricio, “Who Suffers During Recessions? Economic Downturns, Job Loss, and Cardiovascular Disease in Older Americans,” American Journal of Epidemiology 182:10 p873-882 [2015]

Smith, Alexander K.; Cenzer, Irena Stijacic; Boscardin, W. John; Ritchie, Christine S.; Wallhagen, Margaret L.; Covinsky, Kenneth E., “Increase in Disability Prevalence Before Hip Fracture,” Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 63:10 p2029-2035 [2015]

Sutin, Angelina R.; Stephan, Yannick; Terracciano, Antonio, “Weight Discrimination and Risk of Mortality,” Psychological Science 26:11 p1803-1811 [2015]

Ware, Erin B.; Mukherjee, Bhramar; Sun, Yan V.; Diez-Roux, Ana V.; Kardia, Sharon L. R.; Smith, Jennifer A., “Comparative Genome-Wide Association Studies of a Depressive Symptom Phenotype in a Repeated Measures Setting By Race/Ethnicity in the Multi-Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis,” Bmc Genetics 16: [2015]


Cernat, Alexandru; Couper, Mick; Ofstedal, Mary Beth, Estimation of Mode Effects in the Health and Retirement Study using Measurement Models, Essex, UK, Institute for Social and Economic Research [2015]

Lin, I-Fen; Brown, Susan L.; Hammersmith, Anna M., Marital Biography, Social Security, and Poverty, Bowling Green, OH, National Center for Family and Marriage Research, Bowling Green University [2015]

Riffe, Tim; Chung, Pil H.; Spinjker, Jeroen; MacInnes, John, Time-to-Death Patterns in Markers of Age and Dependency, Rostock, Germany, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research [2015]

Xu, Mengyi; Sherris, Michael; Meyricke, Ramona, Mortality Heterogeneity and Systematic Mortality Improvement, Sydney, Australia, CEPAR – ARC Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research [2015]

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