Thursday, April 11 / 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM

P1Fertility, Fertility Intentions and Family Planning

Thursday, April 11 / 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

1Prospects and Perspectives on Population Research: The View from Inside the Beltway
2Mortality in Comparative Perspective
3Health Behaviors
4Children in Diverse Living Arrangements
5Economic Development and Population
6Fertility, Health and Well-Being
7Reproduction and Politics
8Culture, Religion and Families
9Factors Influencing Contraceptive Use
10The Long-Term Impact of Famines and Environmental Shocks
11Statistical, Spatial and Network Methods
12Economic Impacts of Population Aging
13Gender, Race, Educational Attainment and the Returns to Education
14Ethnic Enclaves, New Destinations and Migrant Economic Outcomes
15What Influences Well-Being and Health?
16Work, Leisure and Time Use at Older Ages
17Issues in Funding and Delivering Reproductive Health Services
18Transitions Out of the Parental Home

Thursday, April 11 / 10:15 AM - 11:45 AM

19Planning the 2020 Census
20Multilevel Models of Social Context and Reproductive Behavior
21Genes, Environment, Health and Development
22Demographic Impacts of Social and Economic Crisis
23Comparative Perspectives on Family Policy and Outcomes
24Innovative Theory and Methods for Demographic Research
25Immigrant Assimilation
26Demography, Development and Democracy
27International and Domestic Migration, Children and Families
28Rethinking Racial/Ethnic Distinctions and Measurement
29Education and the Life Course
30Context, Health and Well-Being
31Sexual Behavior and HIV Risk in Context
32Intimate Partner Violence
33Nutrition, Obesity and Overweight in Children and Youth
34The Cost of Unsafe Abortion in Developing Countries
35Insurance and Health Care Access
36New Perspectives on Suicide

Thursday, April 11 / 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM

P2Health and Well-Being of Mothers, Children and Their Families

Thursday, April 11 / 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

37Collecting Race/Ethnic Data in Future Censuses – What Recent Alternative Questionnaire Research Shows
38Changing Economic Conditions: Effects on Health
39Mortality of Mexican Populations in the U.S. and in Mexico: Evidence and Methods
40Unions and Health
41Low Fertility
42Cross-Cultural Studies of Child Development
43Migration and Reproductive Behavior
44Innovative Methods in HIV-related Research
45Changes in the Determinants of Marriage
46Educational Achievement and Attainment
47Gender, Relationships and Sexual Behavior
48Family Ties, Intergenerational Relationships and Caregiving
49Population and Environment
50Child Care, School Contexts and Child Outcomes
51Maternal Employment and Child Time in Diverse Families
52Personality, Cognition and Health
53Processes of Residential Attainment
54Social Determinants of Adult Obesity in the U.S.

Thursday, April 11 / 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

P3Population, Economics, Development and the Environment

Thursday, April 11 / 2:45 PM - 4:15 PM

55New Orleans’ Post-Katrina Population
56Kin Availability and Intergenerational Transfers
57Production of Racial, Ethnic and Gender Disparities
58Health Behaviors and Inequality
59Using New Data and Measures to Better Understand Economic Resources Available to Families and Children in the U.S.
60Child Health, Urbanization and SES Differentials
61Crime, Incarceration, Children/Youth and Families
62Work and Family Policy
63Migration, Neighborhoods and Segregation
64International Migration and U.S. Immigration Policy
65Aging in International Perspective
66Contributions of Biodemography to Understanding Health, Aging and Mortality
68Small-Area Population Estimates
69Intervention Approaches to Maternal and Reproductive Health
70HIV, Fertility and Family Planning
71Union Status and Fertility
72New Approaches to Understanding Child Health: A Closer Look at the Family

Thursday, April 11 / 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM


Thursday, April 11 / 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM

73Authors Meet Critics: Population Aging and the Generational Economy
74Causes and Consequences of Infectious Disease
75Early Life Origins of Health and Survival
76SES and Health and Mortality
77Biodemography of Reproduction
78Urbanization and Climate Change
79Age-Specific Net Migration Patterns for U.S. Counties, 1950-2010
80Time-Use in Households and Families
81Contraceptive Use
82Sinking, Struggling or Treading Water: Different Groups' Employment Experiences during Recessions
83Using Linked Data from Separate Sources
84Family and the Economy
85Sexual Identity: Formation
86International Migration
87Age, Period, Cohort Trends in Health and Mortality
88Gender and Fertility
89Health Insurance, Health Care Utilization and Health
90Infertility and Childlessness: Determinants, Choices, Treatments and Consequences

Friday, April 12 / 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

91The Impact of Feminism on Social Science Research in the 21st Century
92The Oldest Old: Determinants of Very Long Lifespans
93Demographic Dimensions of Climate Change
94Progress in Meeting MDG Maternal Mortality Goals: How Close Are We?
95Fertility Transitions across Space and Time
96Men in Families and Relationships
97Measurement of Unintended Fertility
98Influences on Intimate Behaviors
99Recent Issues in Educational and Labor Force Discrimination
100Family Ties and Well-Being over the Life Course
101Marriage Markets
102Stress and Health
103Human Capital in Developing Countries
104Projecting International Migration
105Economic Resources, Social Context and Children’s Well-Being
106The Health of Sexual Minorities
107Cognition over the Life Course
108Does Information Change Health Behavior?

Friday, April 12 / 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM

P5Marriage, Families and Women

Friday, April 12 / 10:15 AM - 11:45 AM

109Population Health: Common Themes and Contested Frameworks
110Race, Ethnic and Gender Disparities in Health and Mortality
111Crime, Health and Human Capital
112Men's and Women's Perspectives on Sex, Prevention and Reproduction
113Migration and Gender
114The Demography of Inequality: Income, Consumption and Wealth
115Immigration and Labor Market Outcomes of Natives and Immigrants
116Policy, Children and Families
117Fertility Timing and Postponement
118Population Projections
119Social Relationships and Later-Life Health
120Trends and Variability in Unions
121Geographic Proximity of Kin
122Mathematical and Computational Models and Methods
123Determinants of Maternal and Child Health in Developing Countries
124Abortion: Trends, Determinants, Differentials and Data Quality
125HIV/AIDS, Children, Youth and Families
126Advances in Cause of Death Analyses

Friday, April 12 / 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM

P6Fertility, Mortality, Partners and Sexual Networks

Friday, April 12 / 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

127U.S. Health in International Perspective
128Contributions of Genetics to Understanding Behavior, Health and Mortality
129Race and Ethnic Residential Patterns in the U.S. and Canada
130U.S. Reproductive Health Policy
131Transitions to Adulthood
132SES and Health in International Context
133Social Media, Digital Tracks and Demography
134Non-Marital and Diverse Family Forms
135Environmental Effects on Human Capital
136Comparative Perspectives on Aging
137Racial and Ethnic Inequality in Education
138Mixed Methods Research
139Complexity in Fertility Intentions
140Randomized Controlled Trials and Field Experiments in Population and Development
141Outcomes of Migration
142Sexuality and Intimate Relationships Across the Life Span
143Gender, Wages and Work
144Health and Families

Friday, April 12 / 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

P7Health, SES and Neighborhoods over the Life Course

Friday, April 12 / 2:45 PM - 4:15 PM

145The National Health and Aging Trends Study: A New Resource for Studying Late-Life Disability Trends, Trajectories and Consequences
146Mortality Trends and Differentials
147The Production of Health Disparities
148Internal Migration
149Long-Acting and Permanent Methods of Contraception
150Family Structure, Father Involvement and Childhood Obesity
151Labor Markets in Developing Countries
152Fertility Change Over Space and Time in Developed Countries
153Early Life Origins of Adult Health
154Migration and Health
155Methods and Models in Fertility Research
156Race and Gender Inequality in Economic Outcomes
157Spatial and Environmental Factors Influencing Infant and Child Health
158Family Structure and Schooling
159Networks and Risk Aversion: Micro-Level Drivers of Migration Patterns
160Sexual Behavior, Sexual Networks and STI/HIV
161Unions, Fertility and Children
162Advances in Measurement and Methodology in Population, Development and Environment

Saturday, April 13 / 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM

163Work, Family and Health Study: A Group-Randomized Trial in Workplaces
164Transitions to Adulthood in Sub-Saharan Africa
165Education and Union Formation Across the World
166Intergenerational Relations
167Family Instability
168Causes and Consequences of Demographic Change
169Maternal, Infant and Child Health and Mortality
170Effects of Education Investments: Randomized Evaluations
171Generational Perspectives on Fertility
172Sexual Behavior and Contraceptive Use
173Racial/Ethnic Aspects of Migration
174HIV/AIDS in the Era of ART
175Births in Time: Stopping, Spacing, Postponing
176Methodological Issues in Health and Mortality
177Fertility Intentions and Their Consequences
178Demography of Housing
179Mental Health and Disability over the Life Course
180Migration Data and Methods

Saturday, April 13 / 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM


Saturday, April 13 / 10:45 AM - 12:15 PM

181Revisiting the Anthropological Challenge: Incorporating Culture and Ethnography in Demographic Research
182Immigrant Assimilation in the United States and Europe
183Racial Segregation and Stratification
184Gender Health Disparities
185Social Change and Fertility
186Social and Behavioral Aspects of Contraceptive Use
187Health, Functional Limitations and Disability in Older Adults
188Predictors of Survival, Mortality and Longevity
189Life Course Perspectives on Fertility
190Influences on Union Formation and Outcomes
191Effects of Parental Time Use and Employment on Child Well-Being
192Family Structure, Parenting and Child Well-Being
193Responses to Environmental Shocks
194Recent Labor Force Trends in Developed Countries
195Policy, Reproduction and Sexual and Reproductive Health
196Migration and Adult Health
197Small Area and Small Domain Methods in Demography
198Measuring Sexual Behavior

Saturday, April 13 / 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM

P9Data, Methods and Applied Demography

Saturday, April 13 / 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM

199Big Data and Demographic Analysis
200Intersections of Race/Ethnicity and Gender
201Adolescent Sexual Behavior, Risk-Taking and Health
202Health, Disability and Well-Being at Older Ages
203Macro-Level Drivers of Migration
204Demography of the Foreign Born
205Intra- and Intergenerational Mobility in the U.S. and U.K.
206Contraceptive Use in Africa and the U.S.
207The Value of RCTs and Natural Experiments in Research on Reproductive Health and Fertility
208Disparities: Differences in Health Insurance, Health Care Use and Health Status
209Institutional Factors Influencing Maternal and Child Health and Survival
210Living Arrangements and the Well-Being of Family Members
211Neighborhood, School and Community Contextual Influences on Health
212Human Capital, Labor Market Outcomes and Inequality
213Family Decision Making and Investment
214Work and Family
215Divorce: Causes and Consequences
216Methodological Issues in Measuring Desires Related to Fertility