Session 153:
Racial, Ethnic, and Gender Differentials in Health and Mortality

Saturday, April 2
8:30 AM - 10:20 AM
Harding
Mezzanine Level

Chair: Edna A. Viruell-Fuentes, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Discussant: Sawsan Abdulrahim, American University of Beirut
Discussant: Jay Pearson, University of California, San Francisco

  1. Does the “Healthy Immigrant Effect” Extend to Cognitive Aging?Terrence D. Hill, Florida State University; Jacqueline L. Angel, University of Texas at Austin; Kelly Balistreri, Bowling Green State University; Ronald Angel, University of Texas at Austin

  2. Race/Ethnicity and U.S. Adult Mortality: Progress, Prospects, and New AnalysesRobert A. Hummer, University of Texas at Austin; Juanita Chinn, University of Texas at Austin

  3. Paradox Regained: Immigrant Health in 21st Century United StatesRoss Macmillan, University of Minnesota; J. Michael Oakes, University of Minnesota; Naomi Duke, University of Minnesota; Wen Fan, University of Minnesota; Liying Luo, University of Minnesota; Hollie Nyseth, University of Minnesota; Alain Vandormael, University of Minnesota

  4. Paradox Lost (over Time)? Duration of Stay and Adult Mortality among Major Hispanic Immigrant Groups in the United StatesFernando Riosmena, University of Colorado at Boulder; Richard G. Rogers, University of Colorado at Boulder; Jeffrey A. Dennis, University of Texas of the Permian Basin

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