The bibliography consists of published and unpublished studies that examine trends in old-age health, disability and mortality. If you are aware of studies on these topics not listed in the bibliography, please
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Levine ME, and Crimmins EM. 2018. Is 60 the New 50? Examining Changes in Biological Age over the Past Two Decades. Demography
Zajacova A, and Montez JK. 2018. Explaining the increasing disability prevalence among mid-life US adults, 2002 to 2016. Social Science & Medicine
Masters RK. 2018. Economic Conditions in Early Life and Circulatory Disease Mortality. Population Development Review 44(3):519-553.
Choi H, Schoeni RF, Martin LG, and Langa KM. 2018. Trends in the Prevalence and Disparity in Cognitive Limitations of Americans 55-69 Years Old. Aging and Retirement 73:S29-S37.
Freedman VA, Kasper JD, Spillman BC, and Plassman BL. 2018. Short-Term Changes in the Prevalence of Probable Dementia: An Analysis of the 2011–2015 National Health and Aging Trends Study. The Journals of Gerontology: Series B 73(suppl_1):S48–S56.
Acciai F, and Firebaugh G. 2017. Why did life expectancy decline in the United States in 2015? A gender-specific analysis. Social Science and Medicine 190:174-180.
Ho JY. 2017. The contribution of drug overdose to educational gradients in life expectancy in the United States, 1992–2011. Demography :1175-1202.
Montez JK. 2017. Deregulation, Devolution, and State Preemption Laws’ Impact on U.S. Mortality Trends. American Journal of Public Health 107(11):1749-1750.
Zajacova A, and Montez JK. 2017. Physical Functioning Trends among US Women and Men Age 45-64 by Education Level. Biodemography and Social Biology 63(1):21-30.
Palloni A, and Beltrán-Sánchez H. 2017. Discrete Barker Frailty and Warped Mortality Dynamics at Older Ages. Demography 54(2):655-671.