June 3, 2013

CAAR – Health and Retirement Study Bibliography Update – June 3, 2013

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

Journal Article:

Addo, Fenaba R.; Lichter, Daniel T., “Marriage, Marital History, and Black – White Wealth Differentials Among Older Women,” Journal of Marriage and Family 75:2 p342-362 [2013]

Andrews, James S.; Cenzer, Irena Stijacic; Yelin, Edward; Covinsky, Kenneth E., “Pain as a Risk Factor for Disability or Death,” Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 61:4 p583-589 [2013]

Freedman, Vicki A.; Spillman, Brenda C.; Andreski, Patti M.; Cornman, Jennifer C.; Crimmins, Eileen M.; Kramarow, Ellen; Lubitz, James; Martin, Linda G.; Merkin, Sharon S.; Schoeni, Robert F.; Seeman, Teresa E.; Waidmann, Timothy A., “Trends in Late-Life Activity Limitations in the United States: An Update From Five National Surveys,” Demography 50:2 p661-71 [2013]

Grubert, Elizabeth; Baker, Tamara A. PhD; McGeever, Kelly; Shaw, Benjamin A. PhD M. P. H., “The Role of Pain in Understanding Racial/Ethnic Differences in the Frequency of Physical Activity Among Older Adults,” Journal of Aging and Health 25:3 p405 [2013]

Heisler, Michele; Choi, Hwajung; Piette, John D.; Rosland, Annmarie; Langa, Kenneth M.; Brown, Stephanie, “Adults with cardiovascular disease who help others: a prospective study of health outcomes,” Journal of Behavioral Medicine 36:2 p199-211 [2013]

Hurd, Michael D.; Martorell, Paco; Delavande, Adeline; Mullen, Kathleen J.; Langa, Kenneth M., “Monetary Costs of Dementia in the United States,” The New England Journal of Medicine 368:14 p1326-34 [2013]

Kail, Ben Lennox; Warner, David F., “Leaving Retirement: Age-Graded Relative Risks of Transitioning Back to Work or Dying,” Population Research and Policy Review 32:2 p159-182 [2013]

Kelley, Amy S.; Deb, Partha; Du, Qingling; Carlson, Melissa D. Aldridge; Morrison, R. Sean, “Hospice Enrollment Saves Money For Medicare And Improves Care Quality Across A Number Of Different Lengths-Of-Stay,” Health Affairs 32:3 p552-61 [2013]

Kim, Eric S.; Sun, Jennifer K.; Park, Nansook; Kubzansky, Laura D.; Peterson, Christopher, “Purpose in life and reduced risk of myocardial infarction among older U.S. adults with coronary heart disease: a two-year follow-up,” Journal of Behavioral Medicine 36:2 p124-33 [2013]

McGarry, Kathleen, “The Estate Tax and Inter Vivos Transfers over Time,” The American Economic Review 103:3 p478-483 [2013]

Noel-Miller, C. M., “Former Stepparents’ Contact With Their Stepchildren After Midlife,” The Journals of Gerontology 68:3 p409 [2013]

Savva, George M.; Maty, Siobhan C.; Setti, Annalisa; Feeney, Joanne, “Cognitive and Physical Health of the Older Populations of England, the United States, and Ireland: International Comparability of The Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing,” Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 61: pS291-S298 [2013]

Szinovacz, Maximiliane E.; Davey, Adam, “Changes in adult children’s participation in parent care,” Ageing and Society 33:4 p667-697 [2013]

Tiedt, Andrew D., “Cross-National Comparisons of Gender Differences in Late-Life Depressive Symptoms in Japan and the United States,” The Journals of Gerontology 68:3 p443 [2013]

Ward, Michael M., “Sense of Control and Self-Reported Health in a Population-Based Sample of Older Americans: Assessment of Potential Confounding by Affect, Personality, and Social Support,” International Journal of Behavioral Medicine 20:1 p140-7 [2013]

Wickrama, Kandauda; Mancini, Jay A.; Kwag, Kyunghwa; Kwon, Josephine, “Heterogeneity in Multidimensional Health Trajectories of Late Old Years and Socioeconomic Stratification: A Latent Trajectory Class Analysis,” Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences 68B:2 p290-297 [2013]

Wiepking, Pamala; James, Russell N., “Why are the oldest old less generous? Explanations for the unexpected age-related drop in charitable giving,” Ageing and Society 33:3 p486-510 [2013]

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