Friday, September 2 / 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM   •   Room P 10

Session 89:
Health in contexts

Chair: Anna Oksuzyan, Max-Planck Institute for Demographic Research

  1. Level of and change in cognitive functioning among Dutch older adults: does neighborhood socioeconomic status matter? Martijn Huisman, VU University Medical Center; Jonathan Wörn, University of Cologne; Lea Ellwardt, University of Cologne; Marja Aartsen, NOVA Ageing Research and Housing Studies;

  2. Early life neighborhood, school, and household socioeconomic conditions and young adult working memory Kristen M. Schorpp, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill;

  3. Is being in paid work beyond state pension age beneficial for health? Evidence from England Karen F. Glaser, King's College London; Diana Worts, University of Toronto; Debora J. Price, King's College London; Giorgio Di Gessa, London School of Economics and Political Science; Peggy McDonough, University of Toronto; Laurie Corna, King's College London; Loretta Platts, Stockholm University;

  4. Community social characteristics and health at older ages: evidence from 156 religious communities Marc Luy, Vienna Institute of Demography; Catherine Bowen, Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/ÖAW, WU);

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