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Cook DT. Hold off retiring to that sunny ocean villa. The Christian Science Monitor. 2002:2.
Kezdi G, Willis RJ. Household Stock Market Beliefs and Learning. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research; 2011. doi:10.3386/w17614.
Haider S, Stephens, Jr. M. How Accurate are Expected Retirement Savings?. The University of Michigan, Michigan Retirement Research Center; 2006.
Korczyk S. How America Saves. Washington, DC, American Association of Retired Persons; 1998.
Sun W, Webb A. How Do Subjective Mortality Beliefs Affect the Value of Social Security and the Optimal Claiming Age. Boston, MA: Center for Retirement Research at Boston College; 2011.


Reynolds SL, McIlvane JM. The Impact of Obesity and Arthritis on Active Life Expectancy in Older American Men and Women. Obesity. 2009;17:363-369.
Ezeamama AE, Elkins J, Simpson C, Smith SL, Allegra JC, Miles T. Indicators of resilience and healthcare outcomes: findings from the 2010 health and retirement survey. Quality of life research : an international journal of quality of life aspects of treatment, care and rehabilitation. 2016;25(4):1007-15. doi:10.1007/s11136-015-1144-y.
Gan L, Hurd MD, McFadden D. Individual Subjective Survival Curves. In: Wise DA, ed. Analyses in the Economics of Aging. Analyses in the Economics of Aging. Chicago: University of Chicago Press; 2005:337-412.
Delavande A, Rohwedder S. Individuals' Uncertainty about Future Social Security Benefits and Portfolio Choice. Santa Monica, RAND Corporation Publications Department Working Papers; 2010.
Luik M-A, Salland J. Inheritance and Stockholding: The Role of Expectations. Review of Economics. 2021;72:1–28. doi:doi:10.1515/roe-2021-0009.
Kalil A, DeLeire T. Involuntary Job Transitions and Subjective Well-Being. In: Couch KA, Daly MC, Zissimopoulos JM, eds. Lifecycle Events and Their Consequences: Job Loss, Family Change, and Declines in Health. Lifecycle Events and Their Consequences: Job Loss, Family Change, and Declines in Health. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press; 2013:76-96.


Hurd MD. Labor Market Transitions in the HRS: Effects of the Subjective Probability of Retirement and of Pension Eligibility. In: Smith JP, Willis RJ, eds. Wealth, Work and Health: Innovations in Measurement in the Social Sciences. Wealth, Work and Health: Innovations in Measurement in the Social Sciences. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press; 1999:267-90.
Payne JW, Sagara N, Shu SB, Appelt KC, Johnson EJ. Life expectancy as a constructed belief: Evidence of a live-to or die-by framing effect. Journal of Risk and Uncertainty. 2013;46(1):27.
Kleinjans KJ, Lee J. The Link between Individual Expectations and Savings: Do Nursing Home Expectations Matter?. Aarhus, Denmark: University of Aarhus; 2006. doi:
Horner EMokyr. Living Well: Empirical Evaluations of Economic Welfare and Subjective Well-Being. 2012;3555725:118.
V. Smith K, Sloan FA, Taylor, Jr. DH. Longevity Expectations and Death: Can People Predict Their Own Demise?. The American Economic Review. 2001;91(4):1126-1134.
Kariyawasam U. Longitudinal Analysis of Mortality Risk Factors for Actuarial Valuation. 2015.
Bartolucci F, Bacci S, Pennoni F. Longitudinal analysis of self-reported health status by mixture latent auto-regressive models. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society. Series C: Applied Statistics. 2014;63(2):267-288. doi:10.1111/rssc.12030.
Hueluer G, Hertzog C, Pearman AM, Ram N, Gerstorf D. Longitudinal Associations of Subjective Memory With Memory Performance and Depressive Symptoms: Between-Person and Within-Person Perspectives. Psychology and Aging. 2014;29(4):814-827. doi:10.1037/a0037619.
Haley PParker. Longitudinal changes in self-reported expectations for nursing home use in the health and retirement study. 2012;Ph.D.(3539994):93.