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Cox D. Private transfers within the family: Mothers, fathers, sons and daughters. Boston: Boston College; 2002.
Smith J, Fisher GG, Ryan LH, Clarke PJ, House J, Weir DR. Psychosocial and Lifestyle Questionnaire 2006 - 2010: Documentation Report. Ann Arbor: Survey Research Center, Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan; 2013:62.
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Brown DR, Cochran D, McGregor KC. Race Differences in the Multiple Social Roles of Midlife Women: Implications for Mental Well-Being.; 1996.
Crimmins EM, Kim JK, McCreath H, Seeman T. Results from the Health and Retirement Study Biomarker Validation Project. Ann Arbor, The University of Michigan; 2011.
Coile C. Retirement Incentives and Couples' Retirement Decisions. Cambridge, MA: The National Bureau of Economic Research; 2003. doi:10.3386/w9496.
Chan S, Stevens AH. Retirement Incentives and Expectations. Cambridge, MA: The National Bureau of Economic Research; 2001.
Armour P, Carman K, Hung A. Retirement Security and Financial Decision Making. Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corporation; 2019. doi:https://doi.org/10.7249/WR1224.
Cormier W, Blanchett D. Right-Sizing Retirement: Exploring the Retirement Consumption Gap in Early Retirement. Washington, D.C.: Defined Contribution Institutional Investment Association ; 2020.
Giandrea MD, Cahill KE, Quinn JF. The Role of Re-entry in the Retirement Process. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics; 2010.
Giandrea MD, Cahill KE, Quinn JF. Self-Employment Transistions among Older American Workers with Career Jobs. Washington, D.C.: US Dept. of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics; 2008.
Alessandro B, Coriele C, Luca Z. The Shared Non-cognitive Roots of Health and Socioeconomic Status: Evidence from the US. Verona, Italy : University of Verona; 2020.
Munnell AH, Meme KB, Jivan NA, Cahill KE. Should We Raise Social Security's Earliest Eligibility Age?. Boston: Center for Retirement Research at Boston College; 2004.
Umberson D, Lin Z, Cha H. Social isolation increases from adolescence through later life but varies by gender, age, and partnership status. Austin, TX: Population Research Center, The University of Texas at Austin; 2022. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.26153/tsw/42860.
Coile C, Gruber J. Social Security and Retirement. Cambridge: National Bureau of Economic Research; 2000. doi:10.3386/w7830.
Coile C, Milligan K, Wise DA. Social Security and Retirement Programs Around the World: The Capacity to Work at Older Ages - Introduction and Summary. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research; 2016.
Chen A, Liu S, Munnell AH. Social Security Claiming: COVID-19 vs. Great Recession. Newton, MA: Center for Retirement Research at Boston College; 2022.
Munnell AH, Chen A, Liu S. Social Security Claiming: COVID-19 vs. Great Recession. Chestnut Hill, MA: Center for Retirement Research at Boston College; 2022.
Coile C, Milligan K, Wise DA. Social Security Programs and Retirement Around the World: Disability Insurance Programs and Retirement - Introduction and Summary. NBER; 2014. doi:10.3386/w20120.
Cackley APuente. Social Security Reform: Implications for Women's Retirement Income. Washington, DC, United States General Accounting Office; 1997.
Baird MD, Zaber MA, Dick AW, et al. Societal Impact of Research Funding for Women's Health in Alzheimer's Disease and Alzheimer's Disease - Related Dementias. Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corporation; 2021. doi:10.7249/RR-A708-1.
Baird MD, Zaber MA, Chen A, et al. Societal Impact of Research Funding for Women's Health in Rheumatoid Arthritis. Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corporation; 2022.
Cutler DM, Meara E, Stewart S. Socioeconomic Status and the Experience of Pain: An Example from Knees. Cambridge, MA: The National Bureau of Economic Research; 2020. doi:10.3386/w27974.
Chen Y, Fang H. The State of Mental Health Among the Elderly Chinese. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research; 2020. doi:10.3386/w26690.
Coe NB, Khan MR, Rutledge MS. Sticky Ages: Why is Age 65 Still a Retirement Peak?. Boston, MA: Center for Retirement Research at Boston College; 2013.
Heeringa SG, Connor J. Technical Description of the Health and Retirement Study Sample Design. Ann Arbor, Michigan: Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan; 1995.PDF icon Download PDF (272.48 KB)