CPC at the PAA 2017 Annual Meeting

Apr 5, 2017

The Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America will be held April 27-29 at the Hilton Chicago. Listed below are the sessions presented by CPC Faculty Fellows, postdoctoral scholars, predoctoral and undergraduate trainees, and staff members. Names of Faculty Fellows are linked to their CPC profile page. The PAA 2017 Annual Meeting Final Program lists all sessions and locations.


Thursday, April 27, 2017

Poster Session 1: Thursday 8:15am--9:45am. Health and Mortality 1.


Inflammatory Burden by Weight Status History from Adolescence to Young Adulthood.
Moira Pauline Johnson.

The Association between Urbanization and Chronic Kidney Disease Risk: Findings from the China Health and Nutrition Survey.
Yosuke Inoue, Annie Green Howard, Amanda Thompson, Michelle Mendez, Amy Herring, Penny Gordon-Larsen.

Intergenerational Acculturation and Poor Sleep Health in Adults of Mexican-origin in Sacramento, California.
Erline E. Miller, Aric A. Prather, Mary N. Haan, Allison E. Aiello.

Paper Session: Thursday 8:30am--10:00am.


For Better or Worse? Marriage, Happiness, Health, and Longevity.
Topic 2: Marriage, Families, Households, and Unions.
Elizabeth M. Lawrence, Richard G. Rogers, Anna Zajacova, Tim Wadsworth.

Immigration Enforcement Policies and Their Effects on Families.
Topic 3: Children and Youth.
Margot Jackson and Krista Perreira, Discussants.

The Unequal Benefits of Upward Mobility.
Topic 4: Health and Mortality.
Lauren Gaydosh, Kathleen Mullan Harris, Kristen M. Schorpp, Edith Chen, Greg Miller.

Environmental Drivers of Temporary and Permanent Migration in Uganda.
Topic 8: Population, Development and Environment.
Maia Call, Clark Gray.

Poster Session 2: Thursday 10:15am--11:45am. Family Demography.


Historical Trend in Individualized Marriage and Genetic Height Assortative Mating in the United States, 1940-1980.
Guang Guo.

The Determinants of Marriage in Malawi.
Adria Molotsky.

Understanding How Kenyan Orphans' Households Matter for the Effectiveness of School Support Interventions.
Renee Ryberg, Karam Hwang, Lisa Pearce, Hyusan Cho.

Paper Session: Thursday 10:15am--11:45am.

 

How Does Men's Involvement in the Family Affect Men's Fertility Intentions?
Topic 1: Fertility, Family Planning, Sexual Behavior, and Reproductive Health.
Anna Rybinska, Anna Matysiak.

Family Diversity and Child Well-being in the United States.
Topic 3: Children and Youth.
Lauren Gaydosh, Chair.

The Impact of Psychosocial Support and Sexual Initiation on Young Adult STD Risk among Sexual Minority Youth: Differences by Biological Sex and Race.
Topic 3: Children and Youth.
Carolyn Tucker Halpern, Shoshana K. Goldberg.

Gender and Race/Ethnic Disparities in Health.
Topic 4: Health and Mortality.
Liana Richardson, Chair.

Rethinking Return Migration: Divergent Trajectories of Self-Employment, Social Mobility, and Development in Mexico.
Topic 6: Migration and Urbanization.
Joshua T. Wassink, Jacqueline M. Hagan.

The Historical Parallels between the Making and Scrapping of the One-Child Policy.
Topic 13: Invited Sessions.
Yong Cai.

Poster Session 3: Thursday 12:45pm-2:15pm. Data, Methods, and Professionalization.


Innovative Family Behavior and Attitudes in Japan: Cohort Replacement or Period Differences?
Martin Piotrowski, Ronald R. Rindfuss, Emi Tamaki, Minja Kim Choe, Noriko O. Tsuya, Larry Bumpass.

Characterizing the Forest-Dwelling Indigenous Peoples of Latin America: Results from Census and Satellite Data.
Brian Thiede, Clark Gray.

Is Race in the Eye of the Beholder? Using Interviewer-Recorded Race to Assess the Relationship between Self-Identified Race, Observed Race, and Health.
Savannah Larimore, Michael H. Esposito, Hedy Lee, Jane Rafferty, Margaret T. Hicken, Taylor Woodland Hargrove.

Leveraging Existing Data to Inform the National HIV Response in the Philippines.
Sabrina Zadrozny, Jessie K. Edwards, Sharon Weir.

Paper Session: Thursday 1:00pm-2:30pm.


New Approaches to Reproductive Health Data Collection and Analysis.
Topic 1: Fertility, Family Planning, Sexual Behavior, and Reproductive Health.
Anna Rybinska, Discussant.

Couples Agreement on Gender Norms and Contraceptive Usage in Urban Nigeria.
Topic 1: Fertility, Family Planning, Sexual Behavior, and Reproductive Health.
Kashika Mohan Sahay, Ilene S. Speizer, Janine Barden-O'Fallon, Stella Babalola, Joseph Ibrahim, Sandra L. Martin.

Validity of the Retrospective Reproductive Calendar Instrument: Findings from a Prospective Study.
Topic 1: Fertility, Family Planning, Sexual Behavior, and Reproductive Health.
Katherine Tumlinson, Sian Louise Curtis.

From 'Opt Out' to Blocked Out: The Challenges for Labor Market Re-Entry after Family-Related Employment Lapses.
Topic 2: Marriage, Families, Households, and Unions.
Katherine Weisshaar.

Family Structure and Adolescent Development.
Topic 4: Health and Mortality.
Lauren Gaydosh, Daniel W. Belsky, Benjamin W. Domingue, Kathleen Mullan Harris.

Friends, Genes, and Schools: Evidence from Add Health.
Topic 4: Health and Mortality.
Benjamin W. Domingue, Daniel W. Belsky, Jason D. Boardman, Kathleen Mullan Harris.

Race, Criminal Justice Contacts, and Health: Stress-Related Disparities in the Carceral State
Topic 5: Gender, Race and Ethnicity.
Courtney E. Boen.

Poverty and Perceived Stress: Evidence from Two Unconditional Cash Transfer Programmes in Zambia.
Topic 7: Economy, Labor Force, and Inequality.
Lisa Hjelm, Sudhanshu Handa, Jacob de Hoop, Tia Palermo.

Environmental Drivers of Individual and Household Livelihood Diversification in Uganda.
Topic 8: Population, Development and Environment.
Maia Call, Clark Gray, Pamela Jagger.

Fiscal Implications of Aging and Economic Change in China.
Topic 9: Population and Aging.
Feng Wang, Ke Shen, Yong Cai, Yuan Cheng, Zhan Hu.

Paper Session: Thursday 2:45pm--4:14pm.


Racial/Ethnic and Socioeconomic Disparities in the Relationship between Depression and Unintended Pregnancy during Adolescence and Young Adulthood.
Topic 1: Fertility, Family Planning, Sexual Behaviors, and Reproductive Health.
Kelli Stidham Hall, Jennifer Richards, Kathleen Mullan Harris.

Adolescent Influences on Adult Behavioral and Mental Health.
Topic 3: Children and Youth.
Carolyn Tucker Halpern, Discussant.

Sharply Heightened Mortality among Black Females at Older Ages Because of "Genetic Obesity."
Topic 4: Health and Mortality.
Guang Guo, Hexuan Liu, Yi Li.

Social Genomics and Aging.
Topic 4: Health and Mortality.
Lauren Gaydosh, Chair.

Smoking, Education, and Historical Time: The Importance of Genetic Correlation by Environment Interactions for Population Health Research.
Topic 4: Health and Mortality.
Robbee L. Wedow, Meghan Zacher, Brooke Huibregtse, Benjamin W. Domingue, Kathleen Mullan Harris, Matthew B. McQueen, Jason D. Boardman.

Educational Pathways and the Smoking and Binge Drinking Behavior of U.S. Young Adults.
Topic 4: Health and Mortality.
Katrina M. Walsemann, Robert A. Hummer, Mark D. Hayward.

Climate Change and Educational Attainment in the Global Tropics.
Topic 8: Population, Development and Environment.
Heather Randell, Clark Gray.

Paper Session: Thursday 4:30pm--6:00pm.


Migration and the Well-Being of Families Left Behind.
Topic 3: Children and Youth.
Krista Perreira, Chair.

South-South Migration and School Enrollment: The Case of Nicaragua to Costa Rica Labor Migration.
Topic 3: Children and Youth.
Jason Davis.

Gender and Race/Ethnic Disparities in Health across the Globe.
Topic 4: Health and Mortality.
Taylor Hargrove, Chair.

Perceived Discrimination and Depressive Symptoms among U.S. Latinos: The Modifying Role of Educational Attainment.
Topic 4: Health and Mortality.
Julia B. Ward, Lydia Feinstein, Anissa I. Vines, Whitney R. Robinson, Mary N. Haan, Allison E. Aiello.

Life Course Perspectives on Migration.
Topic 6: Migration and Urbanization.
Barbara Entwisle, Chair.

Sociogenomic Analysis of Life-Course Social Mobility in Two Large, Longitudinal Studies in the United States.
Topic 7: Economy, Labor Force, and Inequality.
Daniel W. Belsky, Benjamin W. Domingue, Jason D. Boardman, Kathleen Mullan Harris.

Paper Session: Thursday 4:45pm--6:15pm.


Reproductive Health and Rights: Policies and Impacts.
Topic 1: Fertility, Family Planning, Sexual Behavior, and Reproductive Health.
Katherine Tumlinson, Discussant.

Friday, April 28, 2017

Poster Session 6: Friday 8:15am--9:45am. Fertility, Family Planning, Sexual Behavior, and Reproductive Health 2.


Environmental Shocks on Family Planning Use and Fertility: Evidence from Indonesia.
Samuel Sellers, Clark Gray.

"Super Bowl Babies": Do Counties with Super Bowl Winning Teams See Increases in Births Nine Months Later?
George Merlin Hayward, Anna Rybinska.

The Impact of India's Accredited Social Health Activist (ASHA) Programme on the Utilization of Maternity Services.
Smisha Agarwal, Sian Louise Curtis, Gustavo Angeles, Ilene S. Speizer, Kavita Singh Ongechi, Jim Thomas.

Associations between Patterns of Sexual Initiation, Sexual Partnering, and Reproductive Health Outcomes from Adolescence to Young Adulthood.
Nicole Fran Kahn, Carolyn Tucker Halpern.

Paper Session: Friday 8:30am--10:00am.


Demographic Correlates of U.S. Pregnancy Scares from 2006-2013.
Topic 1: Fertility, Family Planning, Sexual Behavior, and Reproductive Health.
Carolyn Tucker Halpern, Kristen Hassmiller Lich, Seri Anderson.

Contextual Influences on the Climate-Migration Relationship: Evidence from India.
Topic 8: Population, Development and Environment.
Douglas Hopping, Clark Gray.

Sexually Transmitted Infections, HIV, and Reproductive Health.
Topic 1: Fertility, Family Planning, Sexual Behavior, and Reproductive Health.
Ilene Speizer, Chair.

Disaggregating the Effects of Income and Education on US Mortality among Working-Aged Adults (25-64).
Topic 4: Health and Mortality.
Iliya Gutin, Robert A. Hummer.

Poster Session 7: Friday 10:15am--11:45am. Health and Mortality 2.


Working to Death: Mortality among Migrant Workers in the Secondary Sector.
Nathan T. Dollar.

Nativity, Cross-Border Social Ties, and Cumulative Inflammatory Burden in a Population-Based
Prospective Study of Latino Adults.
Jacqueline M. Torres, Elissa Epel, Allison E. Aiello, Tu My To, Anne Lee, Mary N Haan.

Socioeconomic Status, Health Behavior, and Human Genome in Shaping Waist Circumference.
Caiping Wei, Guang Guo, Yi Li.

Hysterectomy Is Still Common, and Markedly So, in the Southern United States: BRFSS, 1993-2012.
Danielle Rose Gartner, Whitney R. Robinson, Christian Douglas.

Paper Session: Friday 10:15am--11:45am.


Revisiting Rising Mortality in Midlife among Non-Hispanic Whites: An Age-Period-Cohort Perspective.
Topic 4: Health and Mortality.
Emma Zang, Hui Zheng, Y. Claire Yang, Kenneth Land.

Poster Session 8: Friday 12:45pm--2:15pm. Fertility, Family Planning, Sexual Behavior, and Reproductive Health 1.


Hiding in the Blind Spot: In-Depth Provider Perspectives on Facility-Level Barriers to Contraceptive Access.
Katherine Tumlinson, Katherine Helen LeMasters, Sian Louise Curtis.

Paper Session: Friday 1:00pm--2:30pm.


Tanzanian Internal Migration and Left-Behind Children's Health.
Topic 6: Migration and Urbanization.
Jason Davis, Linda Adair.

Gender Differences and Social Capital among Temporary and Permanent Migrants in China.
Topic 6: Migration and Urbanization.
Douglas Hopping.

Vulnerability and Climate Change.
Topic 8: Population, Development and Environment.
Richard Bilsborrow, Chair.

Household Air Pollution, Microenvironments, and Child Health: Evidence from a Household Energy Randomized Controlled Trial in Rwanda.
Topic 8: Population, Development and Environment.
Ipsita Das, Pamela Jagger, Sudhanshu Handa, Joseph Pedit.

Paper Session: Friday 2:45pm--4:15pm.


Fertility, Family Planning, and Sexual Health: Programs and Policies.
Topic 1: Fertility, Family Planning, Sexual Behaviors, and Reproductive Health.
Sian Louise Curtis, Chair.

The Relationship between Skin Tone and Preterm Birth among African American Women.
Topic 1: Fertility, Family Planning, Sexual Behaviors, and Reproductive Health.
Taylor Woodland Hargrove, Kathleen Mullan Harris, Liana Richardson.

The Individual's Choice of Facility for Maternal Health and Family Planning Services in a Dense Urban Environment: The Case of Senegal.
Topic 1: Fertility, Family Planning, Sexual Behaviors, and Reproductive Health.
Christopher John Cronin, David Guilkey, Ilene S. Speizer.

Exploring the Geographic Dispersion of the Chinese Immigrant Population and the Associated Economic Factors from 2000-2015.
Topic 6: Migration and Urbanization.
Allison Stolte, Giovanna Maria Merli, Ted Mouw.

In the Eyes of the Beholder: Perspectives on Acculturating to Latino Immigrants in New Receiving Communities.
Topic 6: Migration and Urbanization.
Krista Perreira, Maria Priscilla Brietzke.

Saturday, April 29, 2017


Poster Session 10: Saturday 9:00am--10:30am. Health and Mortality 3.


Parental Socioeconomic Status and Children's Early Life Mortality Risk in the 21st Century United States.
David B. Braudt, Elizabeth M. Lawrence, Robert A. Hummer, Richard G. Rogers

Discrimination, Acculturation, and Self-Rated Health among Asian Immigrants in the United States: Testing Differences by National Origin.
Max Reason.

Social Disparities in Biological Risk Factors of Cancer in Young Adulthood: Obesity, Inflammation, and Socio-Behavioral Mechanisms.
Y. Claire Yang, Moira Pauline Johnson, Kristen M. Schorpp, Courtney E. Boen, Kathleen Mullan Harris.

Nativity, Acculturation and Immune Response to Persistent Infection in Elderly Latinos.
Helen C.S. Meier, Mary N. Haan, Carlos Mendes de Leon, Amanda M. Simanek, Jennifer B. Dowd, Allison E. Aiello.

Paper Session: Saturday 9:00am--10:30am.


Trends and Determinants of Family Planning Market Share in Bangladesh.
Topic 1: Fertility, Family Planning, Sexual Behaviors, and Reproductive Health.
Mizanur Rahman, Rashida E. Ijdi, Sian Louise Curtis.

Fertility after Natural Disaster: Hurricane Mitch in Nicaragua.
Topic 8: Population, Development and Environment.
Jason Davis, Richard E. Bilsborrow.

Paper Session: Saturday 10:45am--12:15pm.


Global Experiences and Behaviors of People Living With HIV.
Topic 1: Fertility, Family Planning, Sexual Behaviors, and Reproductive Health.
Mahua Mandal, Chair.

Examining the Legacy of Discrimination through Redlining and Its Influence on Current Neighborhood Environment and Self-Rated Health in Detroit.
Topic 4: Health and Mortality.
Elizabeth McClure, Lydia Feinstein, Evette Cordoba, Christian Douglas, Michael Emch, Sandro Galea, Allison E. Aiello.

Poster Session 11: Saturday 11:00am--12:30pm. Migration, Urbanization, Population, Development, and Environment.


Health in Motion: Implications of U.S. Migration Experience for the Physical and Mental Health of Mexican Return Migrants.
Joshua T. Wassink.

Paper Session: Saturday 12:30pm--2:00pm.


Innovative Predictors of Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health.
Topic 1: Fertility, Family Planning, Sexual Behaviors, and Reproductive Health.
Mahua Mandal, Discussant.

Executive Function Associated with Sexual Risk in Young South African Women: Findings from the HPTN 068 Cohort.
Topic 1: Fertility, Family Planning, Sexual Behaviors, and Reproductive Health.
Molly Rosenberg, Audrey Pettifor, Mihaela Duta, Nele Demeyere, Ryan Wagner, Amanda Selin, Catherine MacPhail, Oliver Laeyendecker, James Hughes, Alan Stein, Stephen Tollman, Kathleen Kahn.

Implications of Pubertal Timing for Romantic Relationship Quality among Heterosexual and Sexual Minority Young Adults.
Topic 1: Fertility, Family Planning, Sexual Behaviors, and Reproductive Health.
Bianka M. Reese, Sarah L. Trinh, Carolyn T. Halpern.

Persistent Demographic Difference: The Case of East Asian Family/Fertility Difference.
Topic 1: Fertility, Family Planning, Sexual Behaviors, and Reproductive Health.
S. Philip Morgan, Yong Cai, Samuel Fishman.

Toxic Schools? How School Exposures during Adolescence Influence Trajectories of Health through Young Adulthood.
Topic 3: Children and Youth.
Courtney E. Boen, Karen Kozlowski, Karolyn Tyson.

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