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Span P. They’re Growing Older. Their Mortgage Debt Is Growing Deeper. The New York Times. Published 2016.
Schwartz ND, Marcos CMurphy. They Didn’t Expect to Retire Early. The Pandemic Changed Their Plans. The New York Times. Published 2021.
Graham J. These preventive measures might help delay dementia or cognitive decline. Kaiser Health News.
Manganaro J. These Factors Drive Americans to Retire Earlier Than Expected.
Khaja H. These Are the Risk Factors Tied to Cognitive Impairment in Older Adults.
Coombes A. There's More Than One Way To Retire.
Rotstein G. There's a sliver of positive Alzheimer's news if focusing only on rates. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Published 2017.
Tergesen A. Is There Really a Retirement-Savings Crisis?. The Wall Street Journal. Published 2017.
Neuman K. Is There Another Union Premium? The Effect Of Union Membership On Retirement Satisfaction. Industrial and Labor Relations Review. 2011;64(5):981.
Beauchamp A, Wagner M. Is there adverse selection in the U.S. social security system?. Economics Letters. 2020:108995. doi:
Arora K, Wolf DA. Is There a Trade-off Between Parent Care and Self-care?. Demography. 2014;51(4):1251-70. doi:10.1007/s13524-014-0309-6.
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:
Zhang Z, Hayward MD, Lu C. Is There a Hispanic Epidemiologic Paradox in Later Life? A Closer Look at Chronic Morbidity. Research on Aging. 2012;34(5):548-571. doi:10.1177/0164027511429807.
Willis RJ. Theory Confronts Data: How the HRS is Shaped by the Economics of Aging and How the Economics of Aging Will be Shaped by the HRS. Labour Economics. 1999;6(2):119-145. doi:10.1016/S0927-5371(99)00011-1.
Khamkhrueang C. Thailand and USA Education Administration about Life-Long Learning in the Form of a Project Held in the University. Journal of Positive School Psychology. 2022;6(5):8080-8086.
M. Islam A. Tests for Dependence in Binary Repeated Measures Data. Chowdhury RI, Alzaid A, eds. Journal of Statistical Research. 2012;46(2):203-217.PDF icon Tests for Dependence in Binary Repeated Measures Data.pdf (286 KB)
Callaghan BC, McCammon RJ, Kerber K, Xu X, Langa KM, Feldman EL. Tests and expenditures in the initial evaluation of peripheral neuropathy. Arch Intern Med. 2012;172(2):127-32. doi:10.1001/archinternmed.2011.1032.
Lu P, Shelley M. Testing the missingness mechanism in longitudinal surveys: a case study using the Health and Retirement Study. International Journal of Social Research Methodology. Forthcoming. doi:10.1080/13645579.2022.2049509.
Lu P. Testing the Missingness Mechanism in Longitudinal Health Survey among Older Adults: A Case Study on Health and Retirement Study . Statistics. 2021;MS.
Lu P, Shelley M. Testing the Missing Mechanism of Demographic and Health Variables in the Health and Retirement Study. Innovation in Aging. 2020;4(Suppl 1):509. doi:10.1093/geroni/igaa057.1644.
Conley DC, Siegal ML, Domingue BW, Harris KMullan, McQueen MB, Boardman JD. Testing the key assumption of heritability estimates based on genome-wide genetic relatedness. J Hum Genet. 2014;59(6):342-5. doi:10.1038/jhg.2014.14.
McGarry K. Testing Parental Altruism: Implications of a Dynamic Model. NBER; 2000.
Bartolucci F, Belotti F, Peracchi F. Testing for time-invariant unobserved heterogeneity in generalized linear models for panel data. Journal of Econometrics. 2015;184(1):111-123.
Bartolucci F, Nigro V, Pigini C. Testing for state dependence in binary panel data with individual covariates by a modified quadratic exponential model. Econometric Reviews. 2018;37(1):61-88. doi:10.1080/07474938.2015.1060039.
Bartolucci F, Nigro V, Pigini C. Testing for State Dependence in Binary Panel Data with Individual Covariates by a Modified Quadratic Exponential Model. Econometric Reviews. 2015:1-37. doi:10.1080/07474938.2015.1060039.