Session 11:
Explanations for SES Gradients in Adult Health/Mortality

Thursday, April 17
8:30 AM - 10:20 AM
Napoleon A3
3rd floor

Chair: Brian Goesling, Mathematica Policy Research, Inc.
Discussant: Jason Schnittker, University of Pennsylvania

  1. How Subjective Social Status Affects Health: Gender Differences and Reciprocal RelationshipsDana Garbarski, University of Wisconsin at Madison

  2. Does Perceived Discrimination Account for the “Relative Deprivation” Explanation of the Mortality SES Gradient?Salvador Rivas, University of Wisconsin at Madison; Beatriz Novak, University of Wisconsin at Madison

  3. Job Characteristics and Troubled Sleep Among U.S. WorkersSarah A. Burgard, University of Michigan; Jennifer A Ailshire, University of Michigan

  4. Does Lower Subjective Social Status Yield Riskier Biomarker Profiles?Omer Gersten, Academia Sinica; Tom Boyce, University of British Columbia; Paola Timiras, University of California, Berkeley

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