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Hale JMhairi, Schneider DC, Mehta NK, Myrskylä M. Understanding cognitive impairment in the U.S. through the lenses of intersectionality and (un)conditional cumulative (dis)advantage. Max Planck Institute; 2022. doi:10.4054/MPIDR-WP-2022-029.
Fink G, Redaelli S. Understanding Bequest Motives: An Empirical Analysis of Intergenerational Transfers. Amsterdam: De Nederlandsche Bank; 2005.
Arbeev KG, Bagley O, Yashkin AP, et al. Understanding Alzheimer's disease in the context of aging: Findings from applications of stochastic process models to the Health and Retirement Study. Mech Ageing Dev. 2023;211:111791. doi:10.1016/j.mad.2023.111791.
Hoffman GJ, Ha J, Alexander NB, Langa KM, Tinetti M, Min LC. Underreporting of Fall Injuries of Older Adults: Implications for Wellness Visit Fall Risk Screening. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. 2018;66(6):1195-1200. doi:10.1111/jgs.15360.
Papke LE. Underfunded Public Sector Pension Plans, Social Security Participation, and the Retirement Decisions of Public Employees. Ann Arbor, MI: Michigan Retirement and Disability Research Center, University of Michigan; 2021.
McCarthy E. Underestimating Longevity Risk.
Caputo J, Cagney KA. Under Different Roofs? Coresidence With Adult Children and Parents' Mental Health Across Race and Ethnicity Over Two Decades. Demography. 2023;60(2):461-492. doi:10.1215/00703370-10571923.
Morin R, Deane C. Undepressing Findings About Retirement. Washington Post. 2002.
Zhu J. UMich is the top-funded institution in social science research in the U.S. Take a look at some of these projects. Research.