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OPR Working Papers

This is a list of working papers available for download in Portable Document Format (PDF). If you need a PDF reader you can download it here. Affiliations are shown in parentheses for authors outside OPR.

2009

01   Thomas J. Espenshade; Analia S. Olgiati; Simon A. Levin.  On "weak" and "Strong" Population Momentum

2007

02   Amy Love Collins; Noreen Goldman; Germán Rodríguez.  Are Life Satisfaction and Optimism Protective of Health Among Older Adults?

01   Dana A. Glei (University of California at Berkeley); Noreen Goldman; Maxine Weinstein (Georgetown University).  Do Chronic Stressors lead to Physiological Dysregulation? Testing the theory of Allostatic Load

2006

08   Amy Love Collins; Noreen Goldman.  Perceived Social Position and Health in Older Adults

07   Kimberly V. Smith; Noreen Goldman.  Socioeconomic differences in health among older adults in Mexico

06   Sharon Bzostek; Noreen Goldman; Anne R. Pebley (University of California at Los Angeles).  Why Do Hispanics Report Poor Health?

05   Noreen Goldman; Dana A. Glei (Department of Demography, University of California at Berkeley).  New Evidence for Protective Effects of DHEAS on Health Among Men but Not Women

04   David Potere; Neal Feierabend (Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN); Eddie Bright (Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN); Alan Strahler (Boston University, Boston, MA).  A New Source for Land Cover Change Validation: Wal-mart from Space

02   Noreen Goldman; Cassio M. Turra (Office of Population Research and Center for Health and Wellbeing, Princeton University and Cedeplar, Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil); Dana A. Glei (Department of Demography, University of California at Berkeley); Yu-Hsuan Lin (Bureau of Health Promotion, Taichung, Taiwan); Maxine Weinstein (Center for Population and Health, Georgetown University).  Physiological Dysregulation Predicted Poorer Health and Lower Survival in a Survey of the Older Population

01   Noreen Goldman; Cassio M. Turra; Dana A. Glei (University of California, Berkeley); Christopher L. Seplaki (Johns Hopkins University); Yu-Hsuan Lin (Bureau of Health Promotion, Ministry of Health, Taiwan); Maxine Weinstein (Georgetown University).  Predicting Mortality from Standard and Nontraditional Biomarkers

2005

02   Noreen Goldman; Jennifer C. Cornman (Polisher Research Institute, Madlyn and Leonard Abramson Center for Jewish Life, Wales, PA.); Ming-Cheng Chang (Bureau of Health Promotion, Ministry of Health, Taiwan).  Measuring subjective social status: A case study of older Taiwanese

01   Dana A. Glei; Maxine Weinstein (Center for Population and Health, Georgetown University); Noreen Goldman; Ming-Cheng Chang, Director; Yi-Li Chuang; Yu-Hsuan Lin; Harvey S. Lin (Bureau of Health Promotion, Ministry of Health, Taiwan).  Results from the Social Environment and Biomarkers of Aging Study (SEBAS) 2000

2004

06   Jennifer Beam Dowd (Mathematica Policy Reaserch, Washington, D.C.); Noreen Goldman.  Do Biomarkers of Stress Mediate the Relationship between Socioeconomic Status and Health?

05   Noreen Goldman; Dana A. Glei (Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.); Christopher L. Seplaki; I-Wen Liu (Center for Population and Health Survey, Department of Health, Taiwan, ROC); Maxine Weinstein (Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.).  Perceived Stress and Physiological Dysregulation

04   Christopher L. Seplaki; Noreen Goldman; Dana Glei (Georgetown University); Maxine Weinstein (Georgetown University).  A Comparative Analysis of Measurement Approaches for Physiological Dysregulation in an Older Population

03   Christopher L. Seplaki; Maureen A. Smith (University of Wisconsin-Madison); Burton H. Singer.  Variation in Living Environments Among Community-Dwelling Elders

02   Christopher L. Seplaki; Noreen Goldman; Maxine Weinstein (Georgetown University); Yu-Hsuan Lin (Department of Health, Taiwan).  Measurement of Cumulative Physiological Dysregulation in an Older Population

01   Lauren Hale.  Life Experiences, Strength of Emotional Response, and Sex-specific Mortality Risk Zones

2003

07   Bonnie Ghosh-Dastidar, (RAND, Santa Monica and OPR, Princeton University); and J.L. Schafer (Department of Statistics, Pennsylvania State University)  Outlier Detection and Editing Procedures for Continuous Multivariate Data

06   Narayan Sastry, (RAND Santa Monica); Bonnie Ghosh-Dastidar, (RAND, Santa Monica and OPR, Princeton University); John Adams, (RAND, Santa Monica); Anne Pebley, (University of California at Los Angeles and RAND Santa Monica)  The Design of a Multilevel Survey of Children, Families, and Communities: The Los Angeles Family and Neighborhood Survey

05   Susan Cassels; Sara R. Curran; Randall Kramer (Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University). Do Migrants Degrade Coastal Environments? Migration, Natural Resources Extraction and Poverty in North Sulawesi, Indonesia.

04   Christopher L. Seplaki; Noreen Goldman; Maxine Weinstein (Georgetown University); Yu-Hsuan Lin (Department of Health, Taichung; Taiwan) How Are Biomarkers Related to Physical and Mental Well-Being? 

03   Noreen Goldman; Maxine Weinstein (Georgetown University); Jennifer Cornman (Polisher Research Institute); Burton Singer; Teresa Seeman (Geffen School of Medicine, University of California at Los Angeles); Ming-cheng Chang (Bureau of Health Promotion, Department of Health, Taiwan). Sex Differentials in Biological Risk Factors for Chronic Disease: Estimates from Population-based Surveys 

02   Christopher L. Seplaki; Noreen Goldman; Maxine Weinstein (Georgetown University); Yu-Hsuan Lin (Department of Health, Taichung, Taiwan). Before and After the 1999 Chi-Chi Earthquake: Traumatic Events and Depressive Symptoms in an Older Population

01   Marta Tienda; Kevin T. Leicht, (University of Iowa); Teresa Sullivan, (University of Texas at Austin); Michael Maltese; Kim Lloyd. Closing the Gap?: Admissions and Enrolments at the Texas Public Flagships Before and After Affirmative Action

2002

05   Sara Curran; Chang Chung; Wendy Cadge, Center for the Study of Religion; Anchalee Varangrat, Institute for Population and Social Research, Mahidol University, Nakhom Prathom, Thailand. Boys and Girls Educational Opportunities in Thailand: The Effect of Siblings, Migrations, School Proximity, and Village Remoteness

04   Marta Tienda, Office of Population Research. Demography and the Social Contract

03   Noreen Goldman; I-Fen Lin (Bowling Green State University); Maxine Weinstein (Georgetown University); Yu-Hsuan Lin (Department of Health, Taiwan).  Evaluating the Quality of Self-Reports of Hypertension and Diabetes

02   Jennifer C. Cornman; Noreen Goldman; Dana Glei (Georgetown University); Maxine Weinstein (Georgetown University); Ming-Cheng Chang (Department of Health, Taiwan).  Social Ties and Perceived Support: Two Dimensions of Social Relationships and Health Among the Elderly in Taiwan

01   Dana Glei; Noreen Goldman; Germán Rodríguez.  Utilization of Care During Pregnancy in Rural Guatemala: Does Obstetrical Need Matters?

2001

05   Jennifer C. Cornman; Noreen Goldman; Maxine Weinstein (Georgetown University); Hui-Sheng Lin (Department of Health, Taiwan). Perception of Elderly Taiwanese About the Availability of Social Support

04   Rebecca Katz.  Biological Weapons: A National Security Problem that Requires a Public Health Response

03   Rebecca Katz.  Public Health Preparedness As the Best Defense Against Biological Weapons: How to Spend $1.8 Billion on Biodefense

02   Sigal Alon.  Racial, Ethnic and Socioeconomic Disparities in College Destinations, 1982 and 1992

01   Sara Curran; Wendy Cadge; Anchalee Varangrat (Mahidol University); Chang Chung.  Boys and Girls' Changing Educational Opportunities in Thailand: The Effects of Siblings, Migration and Village Location

2000

06   Sara Curran; Sara McLanahan; Jean Knab.  Does Remarriage Expand Perceptions of Kinship Support Among the Elderly?

05   Sigal Alon; Marta Tienda.  Occupational Careers of Young Women

04   Sigal Alon; Debra Donahoe (Verizon Communications); Marta Tienda.  The Effects of Early Work Experience On Young Women's Labor Force Attachment

03   Marta Tienda; Meredith Kleykamp.  Physical and Mental Health Status of Hispanic Adolescent Girls: A Comparative Perspective

02   Sara R. Curran; Barbara Entwisle (University of North Carolina); Aree Jampaklay (University of North Carolina).  Postnuptial Residence as an Expression of Social Change in Nang Rong, Thailand

01   Sigal Alon; Marta Tienda.  Employment and Wage Consequencies of Young Women's Labor Force and Job Transitions

1999

06   Dana A. Glei.  Understanding Ethnic Variation in Pregnancy-Related Health Care in Rural Guatemala

05   Thomas J. Espenshade.  High-End Immigrants and the Shortage of Skilled Labor

04   Marta Tienda; V. Joseph Hotz (UCLA); Avner Ahituv (Hebrew University); Michelle Bellessa.  Employment and Wage Prospects of Black, White, and Hispanic Women: Evidence from the 1980s and Early 1990s

03   Debra Donahoe; Marta Tienda.  Human Asset Development and the Transition from School to Work: Policy Lessons for the 21st Century

02   Noreen Goldman; Patrick Heuveline (University of Chicago.).  Health Seeking Behavior for Child Illness in Guatemala

01   Chenoa Flippen (University of Chicago); Marta Tienda.  Pathways to Retirement: Patterns of Labor Force Participation and Labor Market Exit among the Pre-Retirement Population by Race, Hispanic Origin, and Sex

1998

03   Patrick Heuveline (University of Chicago); Noreen Goldman.  A Description of Child Illness and Treatment Behavior in Guatemala

02   Chenoa Flippen (University of Chicago); Marta Tienda. Family Structure and Economic Well-Being of Black, Hispanic, and White Pre-Retirement Adults.

01   Sara Curran; Sara McLanahan; Jean Knab.  Ties That Bind: Marital History, Kinship Ties and Social Support Among Older Americans

1997

03   German Rodriguez; James Trussell.  Fitting the Schwartz-Barret-Marshall Model

01   Elisha P. Renne.  Changing Patterns of Child-spacing and Abortion in a Northern Nigerian Town

The UCLA Repository

OPR working papers are now hosted by the UCLA California Center for Population Research (CCPR) in their Population Working Papers (PWP) site, together with papers from other institutions.

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OPR Publications

The OPR Annual Report for 2010 includes a list of publications by OPR associates in that year. To see the entire newsletter click here (file size is ~4MB).

Our most recent Center Grant application includes a five-year list of publications by OPR associates in 2003-2008, in pdf format.

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