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Bucciol A, Cavasso B, Zarri L. Social Status and Personality Traits. Journal of Economic Psychology. 2015;51:245-260. doi:10.1016/j.joep.2015.10.002.
Stephan Y, Sutin AR, Caudroit J, Terracciano A. Subjective Age and Changes in Memory in Older Adults. The Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences. 2016;71(4):675-683. doi:10.1093/geronb/gbv010.
Huynh KP, Jung J. Subjective health expectations. Journal of Policy Modeling. 2015;37(4):693-711. doi:10.1016/j.jpolmod.2015.04.001.
Luhmann M, Murdoch, III JC, Hawkley LC. Subjective Well-Being in Context: County- and State-Level Socioeconomic Factors and Individual Moderators. Social Psychological and Personality Science. 2015;6(2):148-156. doi:10.1177/1948550614548075.
Haider S, Stephens, Jr. M. Is There a Retirement-Consumption Puzzle? Evidence Using Subjective Retirement Expectations. Review of Economics and Statistics. 2007;89(2):247-264. doi:
Clarke PJ, Marshall VW, Weir DR. Unexpected retirement from full time work after age 62: consequences for life satisfaction in older Americans. European Journal of Ageing. 2012;9(3):207-219. doi:10.1007/s10433-012-0229-5.
Abrams LR, Clarke PJ, Mehta NK. Unmet Expectations About Work at Age 62 and Depressive Symptoms. The Journals of Gerontology, Series B . 2022;77(3):615-625. doi:10.1093/geronb/gbab113.
Finkelstein A, Luttmer EFP, Notowidigdo MJ. What Good Is Wealth Without Health? The Effect Of Health On The Marginal Utility Of Consumption. Journal of the European Economic Association. 2013;11(s1):221-258. doi:10.1111/j.1542-4774.2012.01101.x.
Pienta AM, Hayward MD. Who Expects to Continue Working After Age 62? The retirement plans of couples. The Journals of Gerontology: Social Sciences. 2002;57B(4):S199-208. doi:10.1093/geronb/57.4.S199.
De Nardi M, French E, Jones JBailey. Why Do the Elderly Save? The Role of Medical Expenses. The Journal of Political Economy. 2010;118(1):39.
Stephan Y, Sutin AR, Terracciano A. Younger subjective age is associated with lower C-reactive protein among older adults. Brain, behavior, and immunity. 2015;43:33-6. doi:10.1016/j.bbi.2014.07.019.

Newspaper Article

Cook DT. Hold off retiring to that sunny ocean villa. The Christian Science Monitor. 2002:2.


Kimball MS, Nunn RD, Silverman DS. Accounting for adaptation in the economics of happiness.; 2015.
Forni L. An Analysis of Retirement Expectations: Evidence from the US Health and Retirement Survey. Bank of Italy, Public Finance Division Research Department; 1999.
Panis C. Annuities and Retirement Satisfaction. Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corporation; 2003.
Uccello CE. Are Americans Saving Enough for Retirement?. Center for Retirement Research at Boston College, Issue Brief No. 7; 2001.
Stephens, Jr. M, Haider S. Can Unexpected Retirement Explain the Retirement-Consumption Puzzle? Evidence from Subjective Retirement Expectations. Boston: Center for Retirement Research at Boston College; 2003.
Honig M. Changes Over Time in Subjective Retirement Probabilities. University of Michigan; 1996.
Dominitz J. A Comparison of Subjective Expectations Elicitation Methods in the HRS, PSID, and SEE. University of Michigan; 1996.
Perry MM. On the Covariance Structure of Changes in Consumption in the Health and Retirement Study. Ann Arbor, MI: Michigan Retirement Research Center, University of Michigan; 2006.
Seiter GM, Slavov SNataraj. Do Older Adults Accurately Forecast Their Social Security Benefits?. NBER; 2023. doi:10.3386/w31023.
Kapteyn A, Lee J, Zamarro G. Does Retirement Induced through Social Security Pension Eligibility Influence Subjective Well-being? A Cross-Country Comparison. Ann Arbor, MI, University of Michigan Retirement Research Center; 2013.
Benítez-Silva H, Dwyer DS, Sanderson WC. A Dynamic Model of Retirement and Social Security Reform Expectations: A Solution to the New Early Retirement Puzzle. Ann Arbor, MI: Michigan Retirement Research Center, University of Michigan; 2006. doi:
Bloom DE, Canning D, Moore M, Song Y. The Effect of Subjective Survival Probabilities on Retirement and Wealth in the United States. University of St. Gallen, World Demographic Association; 2007.
Bloom DE, Canning D, Moore M, Song Y. The Effect of Subjective Survival Probabilities on Retirement and Wealth in the United States. Washington, D.C.: National Bureau of Economic Research; 2006. doi:10.3386/w12688.