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Wei MY, Luster JE, Chan C-L, Min LC. Comprehensive review of ICD-9 code accuracies to measure multimorbidity in administrative data. BMC Health Services Research. 2020;20. doi:10.1186/s12913-020-05207-4.
Love DA, Schmidt L. The Comprehensive Wealth of Immigrants and Natives. In: 17th Annual Joint Meeting of the Retirement Research Consortium. 17th Annual Joint Meeting of the Retirement Research Consortium. Washington, DC: NBER; 2015.
Bardenheier BH, Lin J, Zhuo X, et al. Compression of disability between two birth cohorts of US adults with diabetes, 1992-2012: a prospective longitudinal analysis. Lancet Diabetes Endocrinol. 2016;4(8):686-694. doi:10.1016/S2213-8587(16)30090-0.
Gordo LRomeu. Compression of morbidity and the labour supply of older people. Applied Economics. 2011;43(4):503-513. doi:
Mirina A. Computational approaches for intelligent processing of biomedical data. 2015;3664552:111.
Higgins-Chen AT, Thrush KL, Wang Y, et al. A computational solution for bolstering reliability of epigenetic clocks: implications for clinical trials and longitudinal tracking. Nature Aging. 2022;2:644–661. doi:10.1038/s43587-022-00248-2.
Calhoun D, Lee SBok. Computer usage and cognitive capability of older adults: Analysis of data from the Health and Retirement Study. Educational Gerontology. 2019;45(1):22-23. doi:10.1080/03601277.2019.1575026.
Hudomiet P, Willis RJ. Computerization, obsolescence and the length of working life. Labour Economics. 2022;77:102005. doi:
Li K-K, Cardinal BJ, Acock AC. Concordance of Physical Activity Trajectories Among Middle-Aged and Older Married Couples: Impact of Diseases and Functional Difficulties. The Journals of Gerontology. 2013;68(5):794.
Wolinsky FD, Jones MP, Ullrich FA, Lou Y, Wehby GL. The Concordance of Survey Reports and Medicare Claims in a Nationally Representative Longitudinal Cohort of Older Adults. Medical Care. 2014;52(5):462-468. doi:10.1097/MLR.0000000000000120.
Mejia ST, Giasson HL, Smith J, Gonzalez R. Concurrent and enduring associations between married partners' shared beliefs and markers of aging. Psychology and Aging. 2020;35(7):925-936. doi:10.1037/pag0000515.
Dey R, M. Islam A. A conditional count model for repeated count data and its application to GEE approach. Statistical Papers. 2017;58(2):485-504. doi:10.1007/s00362-015-0708-9.
Ayanian JZ, Covinsky KE, Landon BE, McCarthy EP, Wee CC, Steinman MA. Conducting High-Value Secondary Dataset Analysis: An Introductory Guide and Resources. Journal of General Internal Medicine. 2011;26(8):920-929. doi:10.1007/s11606-010-1621-5.
Turvey CL, Carney C, Arndt S, Wallace RB, Herzog AR. Conjugal loss and syndromal depression in a sample of elders aged 70 years or older. Am J Psychiatry. 1999;156(10):1596-601. doi:10.1176/ajp.156.10.1596.
Hill PL, Weston SJ, Jackson JJ. Connecting Social Environment Variables to the Onset of Major Specific Health Outcomes. Psychology and Health. 2014;29(7):753-767. doi:10.1080/08870446.2014.884221.
Heatlh O. A Connection Between Diabetes, Oral Health and Dementia Highlights the Importance of Dental Care.
Airaksinen J, Gluschkoff K, Kivimäki M, Jokela M. Connectivity of depression symptoms before and after diagnosis of a chronic disease: A network analysis in the U.S. Health and Retirement Study. Journal of Affective Disorders. 2020;266:230 - 234. doi:
Mike A, Jackson JJ, Oltmanns TF. The conscientious retiree: The relationship between conscientiousness, retirement, and volunteering. J Res Pers. 2014;52:68-77. doi:10.1016/j.jrp.2014.07.002.
Hill PL, Turiano NA, Hurd MD, Mroczek DK, Roberts BW. Conscientiousness and longevity: an examination of possible mediators. Health Psychol. 2011;30(5):536-41. doi:10.1037/a0023859.
Smith JP. Consequences and Predictors of New Health Events. In: Wise DA, ed. Analyses in the Economics of Aging. Analyses in the Economics of Aging. Chicago: University of Chicago Press; 2005.
Armour P, Knapp D. The Consequences of Claiming Social Security Benefits at Age 62. Washington, D.C.: AARP Public Policy Institute; 2021. doi:10.26419/ppi.00134.001.
Armour P, Knapp D. The Consequences of Claiming Social Security Benefits at Age 62.
Biggs AG, Chen A, Munnell AH. The Consequences of Current Benefit Adjustments for Early and Delayed Claiming. Boston, MA: Center for Retirement Research at Boston College; 2021.
Lin I-F. Consequences of Divorce and Remarriage on Intergenerational Transfers. Bowling Green State University; 2004.
Hayward MD, Crimmins EM, Zhang Z. Consequences of Educational Change for the Burden of Chronic Health Problems in the Population. In: Gauthier AH, Chu C, Tuljapurkar S, eds. Allocating Public and Private Resources across Generations. Allocating Public and Private Resources across Generations. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press; 2006:227-242. doi: