Poster Session 9:
Children and Youth; Data and Methods

Saturday, May 3
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM

  1. Building Dreams: The Role of Family in Promoting the Educational Expectations and Achievement of Latino Immigrant YouthLisa Spees, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Krista Perreira, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Andrew Fuligni, University of California, Los Angeles

  2. Head Start Effects beyond the Classroom: Parent Involvement Promotes Children’s School Readiness by Changing ParentingArya Ansari, University of Texas at Austin; Elizabeth Gershoff, University of Texas at Austin

  3. Explaining Well-Being over the Life Cycle: A Look at Life Transitions during Young AdulthoodMalgorzata Switek, University of Southern California

  4. Estimating the Net Undercount of Young Children in the 2010 U.S. Decennial Census at the County LevelWilliam O'Hare, Independent Consultant

  5. Unemployment and Child Support Compliance through the Great RecessionElia De la Cruz Toledo, Columbia University; Ronald B. Mincy, Columbia University

  6. Copulas and Competing Risks: Applications for Long-Term Mixture Survival ModelsRonny Westerman, University of Marburg; Andrea Werdecker, University of Marburg; Ulrich O. Mueller, University of Marburg

  7. Experimental Tests of Efforts to Improve Child Support Collections in Washington StateRobert D. Plotnick, University of Washington; Asaph Glosser, MEF Associates; Kathleen Moore, University of Washington; Shannon Harper, University of Washington; Emmi Obara, MEF Associates

  8. Mexican Adolescents in a Family Migration System: Movers, Stayers, and Those Left BehindYeris Mayol-Garcia, Pennsylvania State University; Nancy S. Landale, Pennsylvania State University

  9. Learning from Others: The Role Social Networks on Child Care Knowledge and Practices among Mothers in Rural Odisha, IndiaRanjan Kumar Prusty, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  10. An Evaluation of Use of Maternal Recalled Birth Size as a Proxy Measure of Birth WeightM. Mazharul Islam, Sultan Qaboos University

  11. Subjective Adult Identity and Casual Sexual BehaviorHeidi Lyons, Oakland University

  12. Premarital Life Plans during the Transition to Adulthood in the United StatesRaquel Zanatta Coutinho, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  13. TANF Coverage, State Policies, and Children's Well-BeingJulia Shu-Huah Wang, Columbia University

  14. Sibling Similarity in Family FormationAnette E. Fasang, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin; Marcel Raab, WZB Berlin Social Science Center; Aleksi Karhula, University of Turku; Jani Erola, University of Turku

  15. The Transformation of U.S. High School Seniors’ Life Goals, 1976-2010: Social Origins, Global Consciousness, and Cohort EffectsJasmine Trang Ha, University of Minnesota; Phyllis Moen, University of Minnesota; Teresa Swartz, University of Minnesota

  16. Does Maternal Acculturation Matter? School Readiness among Young Children of Asian and Hispanic Immigrant MothersRaeHyuck Lee, Columbia University

  17. Illustrating Links between Exposure to Pornographic Movies and Sexual Activity among Youth in Urban Poor AccraAdriana A. Biney, University of Ghana; Philomena E. Nyarko, University of Ghana; Delali M. Badasu, University of Ghana

  18. Time versus Money: What Contributes to Children and Nonresident Fathers’ Perceptions of Closeness?Allison Dwyer, Cornell University; Elise Paul, Cornell University; Maureen Waller, Cornell University

  19. How Girls Fare under Different Regimes of Sex Preference for ChildrenVida Maralani, Yale University; Candas Pinar, Yale University

  20. Bayesian Probabilistic Projection of International Migration RatesJonathan J. Azose, University of Washington

  21. Does Adolescent Age Moderate the Effects of Mothers and Fathers on Young Adults’ Romantic Relationships?Miriam R. Linver, Montclair State University; Constance T. Gager, Montclair State University

  22. The Receipt of Subsidized Housing across GenerationsYana Kucheva, Stanford University

  23. Using Big Data to Supplement Official StatisticsOrlando Torres, Florida State University

  24. Who Benefits Most from Shadow Education? The Heterogeneous Effects of SAT Preparation Activities on SAT ScoresYool Choi, University of California, Los Angeles

  25. A Spatial Analysis of Recent Fertility Patterns in SpainAlessandra Carioli, Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI) and University of Groningen; Daniel Devolder, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; Joaquin Recaño Valverde, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

  26. The Social Gradients of Autism Spectrum Disorders in EnglandAlexander Upfill-Brown, University of Oxford; Tak Wing Chan, University of Oxford

  27. Enduring Stigma? Obesity Histories and Romantic Relationship Involvement in the Transition to AdulthoodHilary M. Dotson, University of South Florida; Elizabeth Vaquera, University of South Florida

  28. The Luxury of Time: Can Single Parents Afford to "Do Gender"?Peter D. Brandon, University at Albany, State University of New York (SUNY); Colin Gruner, University at Albany, State University of New York (SUNY)

  29. Child Poverty and Social Protection during the Economic Crisis in Middle-Income CountriesEmily Nell, Graduate Center, City University of New York (CUNY); Martin Evans, United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF); Janet C. Gornick, City University of New York (CUNY)

  30. Understanding the Relationships between Diverse Family Structures and the Development of Emotion Regulation of Mexican Origin Children: Population-Based EstimatesAggie J. Noah, Pennsylvania State University

  31. The Measurement of Internationally Adopted Children in the U.S.: Evidence from the ACSRobert Kominski, U.S. Census Bureau; Daphne A. Lofquist, U.S. Census Bureau

  32. A Cohort Comparison of Life Course Transitions among Young Adults in the United StatesBohyun Joy Jang, Ohio State University; Anastasia R. Snyder, Ohio State University

  33. Experiencing Stressful Life Events during Adolescence: Does Gender Matter?Bethany K. Wexler Rainisch, California State University, Northridge; Dawn Upchurch, University of California, Los Angeles

  34. The Role of Migration in Population AgingNika Maglaperidze, Ilia State University

  35. Bullying and Suicidality among Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Youth: Examining the Importance of Race and EthnicityAnna S. Mueller, University of Memphis; Wesley James, University of Memphis; Seth Abrutyn, University of Memphis; Martin Levin, University of Memphis

  36. A Mixture Model for Nuptiality Data with Long-Term SurvivorsParaskevi Peristera, Stockholm University; Gebrenegus Ghilagaber, Stockholm University

  37. The Causal Effect of Another Sibling on Own Fertility – an Estimation of Intergenerational Fertility Correlations by Looking at Siblings of TwinsMartin Kolk, Stockholm University

  38. Certifiable? Using Paradata to Evaluate Fields Representatives' Performance in the Survey of Income and Program ParticipationJason Fields, U.S. Census Bureau; Matthew C. Marlay, U.S. Census Bureau

  39. How Did We Do? Evaluating Data for the 2013 Survey of Income and Program Participation Field TestMatthew C. Marlay, U.S. Census Bureau; Jason Fields, U.S. Census Bureau

  40. The Changing Nature of Lone Parenthood in the U.K. and Its Consequences for ChildrenSusan Harkness, University of Bath; Paul Gregg, University of Bristol; Marina Fernandez Salgado, University of Bath

  41. Assess the Presence of Disruptions in Cause-Specific Mortality SeriesCarlo G. Camarda, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED); Marketa Pechholdova, University of Economics, Prague (VSE)

  42. Hidden Markov Models: An Approach to Sequence Analysis in Population StudiesDanilo Bolano, University of Geneva

  43. A Multistate Lifetable Analysis for the Effects of the 1st Marriage and Marital Reproduction on Fertility in SingaporeKeita Suga, National Institute of Population and Social Security Research, Japan

  44. Using Relationship Timelines in a Qualitative Longitudinal Study Examining Emotions and Sexual Risk among Men Who Have Sex with MenTamar Goldenberg, Emory University

  45. Quality-Adjusted Gaps in Parental Time with ChildrenKatie Vinopal, American University; Seth Gershenson, American University

  46. Children of Previously Divorced Parents and Educational Outcomes: How Do They Fare in Comparison with Children Who Have Experienced Parental Divorce?Anne Reneflot, Norwegian Institute of Public Health; Svenn-Erik Mamelund, Work Research Institute, Norway

  47. Old-Age Mortality, the Maximum Life-Span and Their Influence on Variability of Death and the Rectangularization of the Survival FunctionMarcus Ebeling, University of Rostock and Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research

  48. Assessing and Adjusting the 2000 Philippine Census Population CountGrace Cruz Cruz, University of the Philippines; Christian Joy P. Cruz, University of the Philippines; Maria Midea M. Kabamalan, University of the Philippines

  49. Savages, Primitives, and Developing Countries: The Use of Developmental Hierarchy Terms in Books, 1700-2008Jeffrey Swindle, University of Michigan

  50. Visualizing Mortality Dynamics for Causes of Death in the United StatesRoland Rau, University of Rostock; Christina Bohk, University of Rostock; Magdalena Muszynska, Warsaw School of Economics

  51. Mental Health Problems in Adolescence and Educational Attainment: Sibling Comparisons from NorwayMiriam Evensen, Norwegian Institute of Public Health; Torkild Hovde Lyngstad, University of Oslo; Ole Melkevik, Norwegian Institute of Public Health; Arnstein Mykletun, Norwegian Institute of Public Health

  52. Evaluating Fluctuations in National Sex Ratios in Selected Countries: 1960s - 2012Michele Steinmetz, U.S. Census Bureau; Heather King, Georgia State University; Barbara A. Anderson, University of Michigan; J. Gregory Robinson, U.S. Census Bureau; Wendie Choudary, University at Albany, State University of New York (SUNY)

  53. Family Instability and Children’s Cognitive Trajectories in the U.S. and U.K.Melanie Wright Fox, Princeton University

  54. The Consequences of Overseas Employment of Parents on the Education and Well-Being of Filipino ChildrenJoy Arguillas, University of the Philippines; Lindy Williams, Cornell University

  55. The Roles of Race and Behavior as Determinants of Punishment versus Diagnosis of Childhood Behavior ProblemsDavid Ramey, Ohio State University

  56. A Cross-National Comparison of Students’ Daily Life Experiences with Information and Communication Technologies, Using Pisa 2009Josef (Kuo-Hsun) Ma, University of Connecticut; Todd Vachon, University of Connecticut

  57. Spatial Examination of Family Planning Provider Networks in Urban NigeriaHilary Schwandt, Johns Hopkins University and Western Washington University; Marc Boulay, Johns Hopkins University

  58. Birth Weight and Early Cognitive Development: Does Parenting Mediate the Relationship?Jamie L. Lynch, St. Norbert College; Benjamin Gibbs, Brigham Young University

  59. “I Want to Be Cool”: Peer Influence on Sexual Behavior, Consumption of Alcohol and Smoking of Cigarettes among High School Students in GhanaFafanyo Asiseh, North Carolina A and T State University; Andrew Owusu, Middle Tennessee State University

  60. The Causal Effect of Sibship Size on Fertility in AdulthoodSara Cools, BI Norwegian Business School; Rannveig V. Kaldager, Statistics Norway and University of Oslo

  61. Three-Generation Coresidence and Overweight among Immigrant AdolescentsHaeNim Lee, Boston College

  62. The Penalty of Obesity on Grade Point Average: Evaluating Mechanisms through Variation by Gender, Race, and School SubjectAmelia R. Branigan, Northwestern University

  63. IPUMS-International Disseminates Big Census MicrodataRobert McCaa, University of Minnesota; Lara Cleveland, University of Minnesota; Patricia Kelly Hall, University of Minnesota

  64. Child Care Instability and Maternal Parenting Stress and BehaviorsAlejandra Ros Pilarz, University of Chicago; Heather D. Hill, University of Chicago

  65. Fathers' Childcare Time: Concerted Cultivation?Ivan Sanidad, University of Hawaii at Honolulu; Yean-Ju Lee, University of Hawaii at Honolulu

  66. Adverse Childhood Experiences: Separate and Cumulative Effects on Adolescent Health and Emotional Well-BeingKelly Balistreri, Bowling Green State University; Marta Alvira-Hammond, Bowling Green State University

  67. Boy-Girl Differences in Parental Investments: No More Son Preference in Korea?Eleanor J Choi, Hanyang University; Jisoo Hwang, Bank of Korea

  68. Under-Five Mortality Estimation: Assessing Summary Birth History Methods with MicrosimulationAndrea Verhulst, Université Catholique de Louvain; Bruno Masquelier, Université Catholique de Louvain

  69. Parental Nonstandard Work Schedules and Child Obesity: Does Family Structure Matter?Daniel P. Miller, Boston University; Jina Chang, Boston University

  70. Adolescent Sexual Behaviors and Serial Cohabitation in Young AdulthoodEmily Schondelmyer, Bowling Green State University; Matthew Wright, Bowling Green State University

  71. Family Structure, Family Structure Transitions, and Childhood Food InsecurityDaniel P. Miller, Boston University; Lenna Nepomnyaschy, Rutgers University

  72. Relative-Provided Childcare and Children’s Risk of ObesityParini Shah, Emory University

  73. Studying Health Effects Based on Medicare Data: From Empirical Estimates to Causal InferenceIgor Akushevich, Duke University; Julia Kravchenko, Duke University

  74. Influence of the Immediate Environment and Demographic Factors on the Comorbidity and Gravity of Diarrhea and Fever in Children in Areas of the Ouagadougou – Health and Demographic Surveillance System – Burkina FasoFranklin Bouba Djourdebbé, Université de Montréal; Stéphanie Dos Santos, Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (IRD) and Institut Superieur des Sciences de la Population (ISSP)

  75. Family Structure and Membership: Who Affects the Nutritional Status of Children in Cambodia?Savet Hong, University of California, Berkeley

  76. The Role of Maternal Cognitive Skills on Children's Health in MadagascarCatalina Herrera, Cornell University; David E. Sahn, Cornell University and University of Auvergne

  77. A Spatio-Temporal Analysis of Child Sex Ratio Distribution and Its Determinants in India Using Longitudinal Census Data 1961-2011Ritwika Mukherjee, Jawaharlal Nehru University

  78. A Special Methodology Using a Border Crossing Database for the Estimation of International Migration FlowsAnne Herm, Tallinn University

  79. Differing Exposure to Parental Unemployment and Children’s Educational AttainmentCaren Arbeit, University of Minnesota

  80. Socio-Economic Status and Names: Relationships in 1880 Male Census DataRebecca J. Vick, University of Minnesota

  81. Changes in Household Structure and Equity and Contribution to Achieving the Millennium Development Goals: The Role of Indepth-Network DataJacques B. O. Emina, University of Kinshasa; Martin Bangha, INDEPTH Network; Alioune Diagne, Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (IRD); Osman Sankoh, INDEPTH Network

  82. Consistency in Estimates of Sex Ratio at Birth from Registered Birth to Census in Greater MumbaiMamta Rajbhar, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Sulabha Parasuraman, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  83. “What Time Will I Breastfeed the Baby?” Practical Issues in Realizing the Who Recommendations for Breastfeeding in Urban Poor Settings in NairobiElizabeth W. Kimani-Murage, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC); Fredrick Murunga, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC); Catherine Kyobutungi, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC); Milka Wanjohi, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC); Peterrock Muriuki, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC); Nyovani Madise, University of Southampton; Paula Griffiths, Loughborough University