November 4, 2016

CSSRR Economics/Health/Sociology–November 4, 2016

National Longitudinal Survey Bibliography Updates:


Addo, Fenaba, Sharon Sassler and Kristi Williams. “Reexamining the Association of Maternal Age and Marital Status at First Birth With Youth Educational Attainment.” Journal of Marriage and Family 78,5 (October 2016): 1252-1268.

Akbulut-Yuksel, Mevlude and Adriana D. Kugler. “Intergenerational Persistence of Health: Do Immigrants Get Healthier as They Remain in the U.S. for More Generations?” Economics and Human Biology 23 (December 2016): 136-148.

Akers, Aletha Y., Elan D. Cohen, Michael P. Marshal, Geoff Roebuck, Lan Yu and Alison E. Hipwell. “Objective and Perceived Weight: Associations with Risky Adolescent Sexual Behavior.” Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health 48,3 (September 2016): 129-137.

Arocho, Rachel and Claire M. Kamp Dush. “Anticipating the “Ball and Chain”? Reciprocal Associations Between Marital Expectations and Delinquency.” Journal of Marriage and Family 78,5 (October 2016): 1371-1381.

Augustine, Jennifer March. “Exploring New Life Course Patterns of Mother’s Continuing Secondary and College Education.” Population Research and Policy Review 35,6 (December 2016): 727-755.

Barling, Julian and Julie G. Weatherhead. “Persistent Exposure to Poverty During Childhood Limits Later Leader Emergence.” Journal of Applied Psychology 101,9 (September 2016): 1305-1318.

Blumenthal, Emily, Steve Martin and Erika C. Poethig. “Social Genome Model Analysis of the Bridgespan Group’s Billion-Dollar Bets to Improve Social Mobility.” Research Report, Urban Institute, May 2016.

Budig, Michelle Jean and Misun Lim. “Cohort Differences and the Marriage Premium: Emergence of Gender-Neutral Household Specialization Effects.” Journal of Marriage and Family 78,5 (October 2016): 1352-1370.

Caputo, Jennifer, Eliza K. Pavalko and Melissa A. Hardy. “The Long-Term Effects of Caregiving on Women’s Health and Mortality.” Journal of Marriage and Family 78,5 (October 2016): 1382-1398.

Cooper, Russell and Huacong Liu. “Money or Grit? Determinants of MisMatch by Race and Gender.” NBER Working Paper No. 22734, National Bureau of Economic Research, October 2016.

Dembe, Allard E. and Xiaoxi Yao. “Chronic Disease Risks From Exposure to Long-Hour Work Schedules Over a 32-Year Period.” Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine 58,9 (September 2016): 861-867.

Guzzo, Karen Benjamin. “Do Young Mothers and Fathers Differ in the Likelihood of Returning Home?” Journal of Marriage and Family 78,5 (October 2016): 1332-1351.

Hernandez, Daphne C., Emily Pressler and Cassandra J. Dorius. “The Role of Boomerang Fathers in Adolescent Female Depression.” Journal of Marriage and Family 78,5 (October 2016): 1285-1299.

Jackson, John W., David R. Williams and Tyler J. VanderWeele. “Disparities at the Intersection of Marginalized Groups.” Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology 51,10 (October 2016): 1349-1359.

Jaeger, Mads Meier. “A Dynamic Model of Cultural Reproduction.” American Journal of Sociology 121,4 (January 2016): 1079-1115.

Kramer, Karen and Amit Kramer. “At-Home Father Families in the United States: Gender Ideology, Human Capital, and Unemployment.” Journal of Marriage and Family 78,5 (October 2016): 1315-1331.

Markowitz, Anna J. and Rebecca M. Ryan. “Father Absence and Adolescent Depression and Delinquency: A Comparison of Siblings Approach.” Journal of Marriage and Family 78,5 (October 2016): 1300-1314.

McClendon, David. “Religion, Marriage Markets, and Assortative Mating in the United States.” Journal of Marriage and Family 78,5 (October 2016): 1399-1421.

Pearce, Lisa D. and Shannon N. Davis. “How Early Life Religious Exposure Relates to the Timing of First Birth.” Journal of Marriage and Family 78,5 (October 2016): 1422-1438.

Sapharas, Nicole K., David B. Estell, Kelly A. Doran and Mary Waldron. “Effects of Parental Divorce or a Father’s Death on High School Completion.” Psychology in the Schools 53,8 (September 2016): 861-874.

Sawhill, Isabel V. and Richard V. Reeves. “Modeling Equal Opportunity .” Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences 2,2 (May 2016): 60-97.

Scott, Marc and Matthew Zeidenberg. “Order or Chaos? Understanding Career Mobility Using Categorical Clustering and Information Theory.” Longitudinal and Life Course Studies 7,4 (2016): 320-346.

Shamsuddin, Shomon. “Berkeley or Bust? Estimating the Causal Effect of College Selectivity on Bachelor’s Degree Completion.” Research in Higher Education 57,7 (November 2016): 795-822.

Smith, Chelsea, Robert Crosnoe and Shih-Yi Chao. “Family Background and Contemporary Changes in Young Adults’ School-Work Transitions and Family Formation in the United States.” Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 46,A (December 2016): 3-10.

Speer, Jamin D. “Wages, Hours, and the School-to-Work Transition: The Consequences of Leaving School in a Recession for Less-Educated Men.” B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis and Policy 16,1 (January 2016): 97-124.

Teachman, Jay D. and Lucky M. Tedrow. “Altering the Life Course: Military Service and Contact with the Criminal Justice System.” Social Science Research 60 (November 2016): 74-87.

Tello-Trillo, Daniel Sebastian. Essays on Health Economics and Health Behaviors. Ph.D. Dissertation, Vanderbilt University, 2016.

Thorsen, Maggie L. and Jennifer Pearce-Morris. “Adolescent Mental Health and Dating in Young Adulthood.” Society and Mental Health 6,3 (November 2016): 223-245.

Vogel, Matt and Scott J. South. “Spatial Dimensions of the Effect of Neighborhood Disadvantage on Delinquency.” Criminology 54,3 (August 2016): 434-458.

Vuolo, Mike, Brian Kelly and Joy Kadowaki. “Impact of Total Vending Machine Restrictions on U.S. Young Adult Smoking.” Nicotine and Tobacco Research 18,11 (2016): 2092-2099.

Wolfe, Joseph D. “The Effects of Maternal Alcohol Use Disorders on Childhood Relationships and Mental Health.” Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology 51,10 (October 2016): 1439-1448.

Wong, Kelvin Kai Wing. Living Together — Essays on Cohabitation. Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Economics, University of Minnesota.

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