Poster Session 6

Friday, April 18
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

  1. The Nature of Maternal Work and Children’s Health and Educational Outcomes in Nepal: A Study Using the Nepal Living Standards Survey (NLSS) of 1995/96 and 2003/04Ashish Bajracharya, Cornell University

  2. The Impact of Community-Based Health Services on Poverty and Low Parental Educational Attainment Induced Childhood Mortality in a Rural Sahelian District of Northern GhanaAyaga A. Bawah, INDEPTH Network; James F. Phillips, Columbia University; Martin Adjuik, Navrongo Health Research Centre; Maya N Vaughan-Smith, Population Council

  3. Household Labor Supply and NutritionYonatan Ben-Shalom, Johns Hopkins University

  4. Dimensions of Gentrification in a Tourist CityRegina M. Bures, University of Florida; Colleen Cain, University of Florida

  5. Individual and Partnership-Level Characteristics of Two-Spirit Native Americans that may Increase Risk of HIV TransmissionSusan L. Cassels, University of Washington; Cynthia Pearson, University of Washington; Jane Simoni, University of Washington; Martina Morris, University of Washington; Karina Walters, University of Washington

  6. Population Aging, Intergenerational Transfers, and Saving in ThailandAmonthep Chawla, University of Hawaii at Manoa

  7. Effects of Rural-Urban Return Migration on Women’s Family Planning and Reproductive Health Related Attitude and Behavior in Rural ChinaJiajian Chen, East West Center; Hongyan Liu, China Population and Development Research Center; Zhenming Xie, China Population and Development Research Center

  8. Racial/Ethnic Differences in Fertility Behavior and Intentions within Cohabiting UnionsKimberly A. Daniels, Pennsylvania State University

  9. Differences in Healthcare Utilization by Birth Cohort Over the Past 34 Years and Potential Policy ImplicationsMichael Davern, University of Minnesota; Brian Lee, University of Minnesota; Pamela Johnson, University of Minnesota; Lynn Blewett, University of Minnesota

  10. Cohort and Generation Differences in Mental Health among Immigrant Adolescents: The Influence of Family and Community CharacteristicsFelicia Y. DeLeone, Cornell University

  11. Comparing the Life Situations and Early Development of the Children of Current and Past Teenage Mothers and Adult MothersJeffrey A Dennis, University of Colorado at Boulder

  12. HIV Testing during Antenatal Care in Vietnam: Who Received it And Who Didn’t?Mai Do, Tulane University; Lung Vu, Tulane University

  13. Breastfeeding and Later Psychosocial Development in the PhilippinesPaulita L. Duazo, University of San Carlos; Josephine Avila, University of San Carlos; Christopher Kuzawa, Northwestern University

  14. Change in Healthy Habits between Adolescence and Emerging AdulthoodAdrianne Frech, Ohio State University

  15. Adulthood: To Be or not To Be, According to the SLIDAmélie A. Gagnon, Université de Montréal

  16. Impacts of Early Sexual Experience and Associated Risk of Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) among Teens and Adults in the United StatesGinny Garcia, Texas A&M University

  17. Migration Strategies and Income in Brazil: Implications for Rural PovertyAndré B. Golgher, Centro de Desenvolvimento e Planejamento Regional (CEDEPLAR)

  18. Patterns of Risk Behavior Change from Adolescence to Emerging Adulthood and Implications for Sexually Transmitted InfectionsCarolyn Tucker Halpern, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Bonita Iritani, Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation; Denise Hallfors, Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation; Abigail Haydon, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  19. The Macro Sources of Recent Mexican MigrationErin R. Hamilton, University of Texas at Austin; Andres Villarreal, University of Texas at Austin

  20. Co-Parenting in Cohabiting and Married CouplesBryndl Hohmann-Marriott, Pennsylvania State University

  21. Changes in Resident Father Involvement during Adolescence and Outcomes during Emerging AdulthoodAllison Horowitz, Child Trends; Elena Kennedy, Child Trends; Kristin Moore, Child Trends; Emily Lilja, Child Trends

  22. Early Life Conditions and Lower Body Functional Limitations in Adult Life: Evidence from the Mexican Health and Aging StudyCheng Huang, Emory University; Irma T Elo, University of Pennsylvania

  23. Delayed Childbearing and the Changing Age Composition of Women who Desire Children in JapanMiho Iwasawa, National Institute of Population and Social Security Research, Japan; Fusami Mita, National Institute of Population and Social Security Research, Japan

  24. Meeting the Long-Term Care Needs of the Baby Boomers: How Changing Families will affect Paid Helpers and InstitutionsRichard W. Johnson, Urban Institute; Desmond Toohey, Urban Institute; Joshua M. Wiener, RTI International

  25. The Impact of Community Socioeconomic Disadvantage on Diabetes and High Blood Pressure: Are Women More Vulnerable than Men?Toshiko Kaneda, Population Reference Bureau (PRB); James B. Kirby, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), HHS

  26. Estimating an Area-Based Physical Deprivation Index in an Urban Setting Using GIS: Case Study of Cairo, Egypt?Zeinab Khadr, American University in Cairo; Mohamed Nour, American University in Cairo; Ramdan Hamed, American University in Cairo

  27. A Longitudinal Examination of Gender Differences in Body-Image Dissatisfaction and Suicidal Ideation in Early and Middle AdolescenceDong-Sik Kim, Seoul National University

  28. The Rise and Fall of African-American Mortality: Impacts of Cause of Death on Life ExpectancyWard Kingkade, U.S. Census Bureau

  29. Young Adults' Relationship Histories and Current Risk of Sexually Transmitted InfectionsYasamin Kusunoki, University of Michigan; Dawn Upchurch, University of California, Los Angeles

  30. Under-Diagnosis of Severe Conditions Requiring Urgent Referral in Children in Developing Countries: An Under Appreciated ProblemRay Langsten, American University in Cairo; Susan S.I. Khalil, Ain Shams University; Mahmoud el-Mougi, Al-Azhar University, Cairo

  31. The Geographic Dispersion of Female Mexican Migration to the United States, 1985 to 2005Mark A. Leach, Southern Illinois University

  32. Emerging Pattern of Cohabitation in Korea: Delayed Registration of MarriageYean-Ju Lee, University of Hawaii at Honolulu

  33. Desire for HIV Testing and Counseling in Kenya: The Individual-Level HIV FactorsLi Liu, Johns Hopkins University; Stan Becker, Johns Hopkins University

  34. Who Is Moving in Barcelona’s Central City?: Residential Mobility and Migration in the Sociodemographic Renewal of the Urban CoreAntonio Lopez Gay, University of Minnesota; Joaquin Recano-Valverde, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

  35. Parent Involvement, Family Environments and Adolescent Contraceptive Use and Condom UseJennifer Manlove, Child Trends; Lisa Mincieli, Harvard University; Emily Holcombe, Child Trends

  36. Reproductive Behaviors and Fertility Intentions in People Living With HIV in ArgentinaHernan M. Manzelli, University of Texas at Austin; Mario M Pecheny, University of Buenos Aires

  37. Racial/Ethnic Variations in Children’s Health: The Role of Social CapitalMark S. Mather, Population Reference Bureau (PRB)

  38. Fertility and Women's Employment: A New Look through Meta-AnalysisAnna Matysiak, Warsaw School of Economics; Daniele Vignoli, University of Florence

  39. How Does Income Inequality Relate to Subjective vs. Objective Measures of Health in Costa RicaSepideh Modrek, University of California, Berkeley; William H. Dow, University of California, Berkeley

  40. Ageing, Disability and Long-Term Care Burden in Latin America and the Caribbean CountriesMalena Monteverde, Northwestern University; Kenya V. Noronha, Northwestern University; Karina Angeletti, Universidad de la Plata

  41. How Often and Why Do Women Discontinue their Contraceptive Method?: Results from a French Population-Based SurveyCaroline Moreau, Institut National de la Santé et de la Recherche Médicale (INSERM); Jean Bouyer, Institut National de la Santé et de la Recherche Médicale (INSERM); Nathalie Bajos, Institut National de la Santé et de la Recherche Médicale (INSERM); Germán Rodríguez, Princeton University; James Trussell, Princeton University

  42. Adolescent Childbearing in Bangladesh: Levels, Trends, and Determinants of Timing of First BirthQuamrun Nahar, University of Hawaii at Honolulu; Hosik Min, University of Hawaii at Honolulu

  43. Shift Happens, But When?: Inter- and Intra-Generational Language Shift among Hispanic AmericansJennifer M. Ortman, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Gillian Stevens, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

  44. Child Support Policies and Information about Fathers on Birth CertificatesElizabeth Peters, Cornell University; Kara Joyner, Bowling Green State University; Asia Sikora, Cornell University

  45. The Moderating Role of Early Versus Late Adolescence: Exploring the Differential Effects of Mothers and Fathers on Young Adults’ Romantic RelationshipsJacqueline Plieger, Arizona State University; Constance T. Gager, Montclair State University; Sarah Goldstein, Montclair State University

  46. Rethinking the Link Between Maternal Education, Reading with Children, and Verbal AchievementSara Raley, McDaniel College

  47. Sex-Ratio in Relation to Fertility and Two Child Norm in Madhya PradeshLopamudra Ray Saraswati, Invest India Market Solutions Private Limited (IIMS); Protap Mukherjee, National Population Stabilization Fund (NPSF)

  48. Networks in the New Democracy: Internal Migration and Social Networks in South AfricaHolly E. Reed, Brown University

  49. For Better or Worse– at Last: Same-Sex Marriage in CanadaGabrielle Richard, Université du Québec à Montréal; Amélie A. Gagnon, Université de Montréal

  50. Methods to Estimate the Association between Risk Factors for Mortality and Slowdowns in Reductions in Mortality for Females at Older Ages in Some Developed CountriesBrian Rostron, University of California, Berkeley

  51. The Globalization of Economic Production and International Migration: An Empirical Analysis of Undocumented Mexican Migration to the United StatesMatthew R Sanderson, University of Utah; Rebecca Utz, University of Utah

  52. Aging without a Safety Net?: Generational Reciprocity Relationships and AIDS in Rural South AfricaEnid Schatz, University of Missouri at Columbia; Rebecca Livengood, University of Missouri at Columbia

  53. Nativity, Language, Education, and Pan-Hispanic IntermarriageHyoung-jin Shin, Brown University

  54. The Future of Mortality: Demographic Implications to the Social Security Trust FundSamir Soneji, Princeton University; Gary King, Harvard University

  55. Impact of Historical Events on Patterns In U.S. Immigration and IntegrationSara Speckhard, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS)

  56. Motivations to Avoid Childbearing among Contraceptive Users in Honduras: Which Women are Ambivalent?Ilene S. Speizer, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Janine Barden-Ofallon, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Jessica Levy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Javier Calix, Program for the Development of the Infant and the Mother (PRODIM); Francisco Rodriguez, Program for the Development of the Infant and the Mother (PRODIM)

  57. Same-Sex and Other-Sex Unions in Two British Birth Cohorts: A Dynamic PerspectiveCharles Q. Strohm, University of California, Los Angeles

  58. Family Time: An Analysis of Ways Parents Spend Time with their ChildrenBetsy Thorn, University of Maryland

  59. Gender in Context: Women And HIV/STI Risk Behavior in the Dominican Republic and HaitiJennifer Toller Erausquin, University of California, Los Angeles

  60. Mean Age at First Job in Brazil: The Case of Metropolitan AreasMaria C Tomas, University of California, Berkeley; Ana Oliveira, Centro de Desenvolvimento e Planejamento Regional (CEDEPLAR)

  61. Body Weight and Survival: Recent Trends in the USYan Yu, University of Wisconsin at Madison

  62. How Have Immigrants Adapted to the Housing Markets of Mid-size Metropolitan Areas in the U.S.?Zhou Yu, University of Utah; Gary Painter, University of Southern California

  63. The Place of Fertility Intentions: Analysis of Subsequent Childbearing Behavior among Married Thai WomenHongxia Zhang, Mahidol University; Aphichat Chamratrithirong, Mahidol University; Iqbal H. Shah, World Health Organization (WHO)