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Ayyagari P, Shane DM. Does prescription drug coverage improve mental health? Evidence from Medicare Part D. Journal of Health Economics. 2015;41:46-58.
Aura S. Does the Balance of Power Within a Family Matter? The Case of the Retirement Equity Act. Innocenzo Gasparini Institute for Economic Research; 2001.
Assari S. Diminished returns of educational attainment on life satisfaction among Black and Latino older adults transitioning into retirement. Journal of Medicine, Surgery, and Public Health. 2024;2:100091. doi:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.glmedi.2024.100091.
Asfaw GKebede. DETERMINANTS OF INSURANCE ENROLLMENT. Journal of Research in Social Science and Humanities. 2022;2(1). doi:10.47679/jrssh.v2i1.25.
Asebedo SD, Wilmarth MJ. Does How We Feel About Financial Strain Matter for Mental Health?. Journal of Financial Therapy. 2017;8(1):63-78. doi:10.4148/1944-9771.1130.
Arora K, Xu L, Bhagianadh D. Dementia and Cognitive Decline in Older Adulthood: Are Agricultural Workers at Greater Risk?. The Journals of Gerontology: Series B. 2021;76(8):1629-1643. doi:10.1093/geronb/gbab005.
Armour P, Hung A. Drawing down retirement wealth: Interactions between Social Security wealth and private retirement savings. Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corporation; 2017. doi:10.7249/WR1165.
Arapakis K, Brunner E, French E, McCauley J. Dementia and disadvantage in the USA and England: population-based comparative study. BMJ Open. 2021;11(10):e045186. doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2020-045186.
Arapakis K, French E, Jones JBailey, McCauley J. On the Distribution and Dynamics of Medical Expenditure among the Elderly. In: Retirement and Disability Research Consortium 23rd Annual Meeting. Retirement and Disability Research Consortium 23rd Annual Meeting. Virtual Event: Center for Financial Security, University of Wisconsin-Madison; 2021.
Anonymous. Dentistry; Research conducted at University of Maryland has provided new information about dentistry. Health Insurance Law Weekly. 2010:50.
Ankuda CK, Covinsky K, Freedman VA, et al. The devil's in the details: Variation in estimates of late-life activity limitations across national cohort studies. J of the American Geriatric Society. 2023;71(3):858-868. doi:10.1111/jgs.18158.
Angel JL, Buckley CJ, Sakamoto A. Duration or Disadvantage? Exploring Nativity, Ethnicity and Health in Midlife. The Journals of Gerontology: Social Sciences. 2001;56B(5):S275-285.
Ammerman DD, Stueve C, Hayward S. Debt, Religious Beliefs, and Life Satisfaction . Journal of Financial Therapy. 2019;10(2). doi:10.4148/1944-9771.1195.
American Psychological Society. 'Decade of Behavior' project launched. University Record. 2000:11.
Amano T, Jia Y, Redding A. The dynamic and reciprocal relationship between perceived everyday discrimination and cognitive function in later life. Aging & Mental Health. Forthcoming:1-11. doi:10.1080/13607863.2024.2338196.
Altman D. Does It Cost the Wealthy Too Much to Die?. The New York Times. 2002:4.
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Ajnakina O, Agbedjro D, McCammon RJ, et al. Development and validation of prediction model to estimate 10-year risk of all-cause mortality using modern statistical learning methods: a large population-based cohort study and external validation. BMC Medical Research Methodology. 2021;21(1):8. doi:10.1186/s12874-020-01204-7.
Agree EM, Wolf DA. Disability Measurement in the Health and Retirement Study. 2016.PDF icon Download PDF (231.49 KB)