Poster Session 2

Thursday, April 30
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM

  1. To Tell or Not Tell: Managing HIV Disclosure in a Low-Prevalence ContextAdebola A. Adedimeji, Trinity College Dublin; Annette Rochford, Trinity College Dublin

  2. Socioeconomic Factors Differentiating Maternal and Child Health-Seeking Behavior in Rural BangladeshRuhul Amin, Johns Hopkins University; Nirali M. Shah, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

  3. The Effects of the AIDS Epidemic on the Elderly in a High-Prevalence Setting in Sub-Saharan AfricaPhilip A. Anglewicz, University of Pennsylvania; Winford Masanjala, University of Malawi; Peter C. Fleming, University of Pennsylvania

  4. New Family Measures: An Examination of Direct Measures of Cohabitation and Parent PointersKelly Balistreri, Bowling Green State University

  5. Inter-Religious Marriage and MigrationMaggie Bohm, Mississippi State University; Sang Lim Lee, Utah State University; Michael B. Toney, Utah State University

  6. Reproductive Consequences of China’s Great Famine, 1959-1961Yong Cai, University of Utah; Feng Wang, University of California, Irvine

  7. Assortative Mating for Body Weight: New Evidence from Multilevel and Fixed Effects ModelsJulie H. Carmalt, Cornell University

  8. Innovative Approaches to Demographic Data Collection and MethodsRuben Castro, University of Pennsylvania

  9. Intergenerational Proximity: Life Course AspectsHwaJung Choi, University of Michigan

  10. Pathway to Entrepreneurship for Recent Chinese Immigrants in the United StatesMiao David Chunyu, University at Albany, State University of New York (SUNY)

  11. The Rising Costs of Medicare: Spatiotemporal, Age-Related and Respiratory Infection-Associated Trends in Medicare Expenditures in the ElderlySteven A. Cohen, Tufts University; Elena Naumova, Tufts University

  12. Changes in Values toward Individualism and Collectivism among Young AdultsCasey E. Copen, University of Southern California; Lynne M. Casper, University of Southern California

  13. Selection Effects among Recent Cohorts of Cohabiting WomenKimberly A. Daniels, University of Texas at Austin

  14. Meeting the Needs of Young People for Sexual and Reproductive Health Information in GhanaEugene Darteh, University of Cape Coast; Akwasi Kumi-Kyereme, University of Cape Coast; Kofi Awusabo-Asare, University of Cape Coast

  15. Opting Out: An Exploration of Labor Force Participation of New MothersJennifer Cheeseman Day, U.S. Census Bureau; Barbara Downs, U.S. Census Bureau

  16. Informed Choice and Choice of Family Planning Methods in NigeriaAdebayo O. Fadeyi, Lagos State University

  17. Factors Influencing Improvement and Decline in Cognition in Elderly Canadians, in Relation to MortalityNader Fallah, Dalhousie University; Arnold B. Mitnitski, Dalhousie University; Laura E. Middleton, Dalhousie University; Kenneth Rockwood, Dalhousie University

  18. The Effect of Stable Unions on Child Health, Nutrition and DevelopmentAlan B. Feranil, University of San Carlos

  19. Residential Patterns among Religious GroupsEric Fong, University of Toronto; Elic Chan, University of Toronto

  20. The Preference Changes in Spouse Selection in Japan: New Evidence from Marriage Behaviors in 2002 and OnwardsSetsuya Fukuda, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research

  21. Incorporating Uncertainty in Poverty Dynamics: An Assessment of the Economic Impact of AIDS Mortality in the Presence of Measurement Error and Missing DataAlessandra Garbero, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM)

  22. Relative Affluence and Fertility: Reviewing the Easterlin’s Hypothesis via Subjective Survey Data from EurobarometerTommaso Gennari, Future Foundation; Francesco Scalone, Lund University

  23. HIV-Related Stigma and HIV Testing: A Cross-Country Comparison in Vietnam, Tanzania and Côte d’IvoireHani A. Guend, Université du Québec à Montréal

  24. Childhood Physical Neglect and STI Risk in Young AdulthoodAbigail A. Haydon, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Jon Hussey, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Carolyn Tucker Halpern, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  25. (Mis)Measuring Lone-Mother FamiliesMisty Heggeness, University of Minnesota

  26. The Relationships between Migration Status and Cardiovascular Disease Risk Factors in ChinaPeifeng Hu, University of California, Los Angeles; William M. Mason, University of California, Los Angeles

  27. Urbanization, Energy Consumption and Climate ChangeLeiwen Jiang, Population Action International

  28. Smoking and Functional Health among Older Adults in Urban and Rural BeijingToshiko Kaneda, Population Reference Bureau (PRB); Zachary Zimmer, University of Utah; Zhe Tang, Beijing Municipal Network for Health & Care of the Elderly; Xianghua Fang, Beijing Municipal Network for Health & Care of the Elderly

  29. Proteomic Analysis of Seminal and Vaginal Fluid for Developing Improved Biomarkers in Contraceptive ResearchAndrzej Kulczycki, University of Alabama at Birmingham; William E. Grizzle, University of Alabama at Birmingham; Denise K. Oelschlager, University of Alabama at Birmingham

  30. Fertility Transition in South Korea, 1960–2005: Tempo Effect and Demographic TranslationBongoh Kye, University of California, Los Angeles

  31. Who's Minding the Kids in the Summer? Child Care Arrangements: Summer 2006Lynda L. Laughlin, U.S. Census Bureau; Joseph Rukus, Cornell University

  32. The Influence of Parenting Practices and Behaviors in the Relationship between Social Disadvantage and Physical Inactivity Risk in the Transition to Young AdulthoodHedwig Lee, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  33. Estimation of Poverty Transition Matrices with Noisy DataNayoung Lee, University of Southern California; Geert Ridder, University of Southern California

  34. Domestic Violence and Obesity in Egyptian WomenLi Li, Emory University

  35. Do Mexican Immigrant Men Work More? Examining the Difference in Work Time between Mexican Immigrant and Non-Hispanic White MenKen-Hou Lin, University of Massachusetts at Amherst

  36. Longitudinal Impact of Specific Health Conditions on Functional Limitations of Older AmericansXian Liu, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USUHS); Charles Engel, Jr., Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USUHS); Han Kang, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

  37. The Spatial Distribution of Intermarriage in Spain: A Test of Competing HypothesesAntonio Lopez Gay, University of Minnesota; Albert Esteve, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

  38. Religion and Bodyweight: Are There Variations by Affiliation?Philip B. Mason, Mississippi State University; Xiaohe Xu, Mississippi State University

  39. Validation of the Verbal Autopsy Questionnaire for Identifying Maternal Deaths in PakistanFarid Midhet, University of California, Berkeley; Nap Hosang, University of California, Berkeley

  40. Beyond Race and SES: Understanding the Factors that Predict Arrests and ConvictionsLindsay M. Monte, Northwestern University; Dan A. Lewis, Northwestern University

  41. Determinants of Contraceptive Discontinuation for Method-Related Reasons: Results from a Population Based Cohort of French WomenCaroline Moreau, Institut National de la Santé et de la Recherche Médicale (INSERM); Nathalie Bajos, Institut National de la Santé et de la Recherche Médicale (INSERM); Jean Bouyer, Institut National de la Santé et de la Recherche Médicale (INSERM)

  42. The Effect of Immigrant Settlement among Asian Americans on Occupational Disparities in ManagementHideki Morooka, Fayetteville State University

  43. Behavioral Survey among Street Children in Greater Cairo and AlexandriaKhaled Nada, Population Council; ElDaw Suliman, Population Council; Nadia Zibani, Population Council

  44. Multilevel Heterogeneous Diffusion Model of First Partnership in Canada and the U.S.Jianlin Niu, Chinese Academy of Social Science; Rajulton Fernando, University of Western Ontario

  45. Legacy of Slavery Operationalizations and Differences in Black and White Poverty RatesHeather A. O'Connell, University of Wisconsin at Madison

  46. Maternal Employment and Maternal Well-Being: Is "Welfare-to-Work" Good for Mothers?Aurea K. Osgood, Winona State University

  47. Nativity and Health in the Russian Federation: Is There a healthy Migrant Effect?Cynthia Buckley, University of Texas at Austin

  48. Transitions in Socioeconomic Status of Households in Egypt , 1998-2006: Evidence from Panel Survey DataAli Rashed, Population Council; Dina Armanious, Al-Azhar University, Cairo

  49. Youth Employment and Behavior Problems: The Overprotected Adolescent?Emily Rauscher, New York University

  50. The Earnings of Foreign-Born Men and Women in IsraelUzi Rebhun, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

  51. The Impact of Population Policies, Non-Governmental Organizations and HIV/AIDS Policies on Fertility and HIV Prevalence in Sub-Saharan AfricaRachel S. Robinson, American University

  52. Spatial Patterns and Local Variation of Socioeconomic Residential Segregation Trends in Mexico CityLandy Sanchez, El Colegio de México

  53. Trajectories of Multiple Work and Family Roles and Their Effects on MortalityJessica M. Sautter, Duke University

  54. The Systematic Organization and Validation of Scale Data in Research: The When and Where in the Multidisciplinary Use of WhatMartha Sayre, University of Michigan

  55. Economic Inequality and Political Participation: Scale MattersMatthew Schroeder, University of Minnesota

  56. Social Networks and the Health of the Older Population in IndiaMitali Sen, U.S. Census Bureau

  57. Internal Displaced Population (IDPs) in Colombia: A Review of Characteristics and ProfileCarolina Silva, El Colegio de México

  58. Is the Mortality Advantage Associated with Marriage Changing over Time?Dejun Su, University of Texas-Pan American

  59. Characteristics of the Future Older U.S. PopulationGrayson K. Vincent, U.S. Census Bureau; Victoria A. Velkoff, U.S. Census Bureau

  60. The Effect of Breastfeeding and Other Covariates on Infant Mortality in Amhara National Regional State of EthiopiaSelamawit Welkema, AIDS Resource Center, Addis Ababa

  61. Marital Change in Taiwan: Is Gender Inequality or Increasing Education Driving the Change?Marissa C. Wheeler, University of Pennsylvania

  62. Home-Leaving among Young Adults: Family Structure and the Celtic TigerEmily Wiemers, University of California, Los Angeles

  63. Couple Concordance in Home-Based Voluntary Counseling and Testing for HIV in MalawiMarissa P. Yeakey, Population Reference Bureau (PRB); Effie Chipeta, University of Malawi; Carie J. Muntifering, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health