Session 107:
Cognition over the Life Course

Friday, April 12
8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Napoleon A2
3rd Floor

Chair: Sandra S. Albrecht, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Discussant: Mary Schooling, CUNY School of Public Health
Discussant: Robert J. Willis, University of Michigan

  1. Cognition and Mobility in Older Adults in India and ChinaBenjamin D. Capistrant, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  2. Joint Dependence of Severe Cognitive Impairment and ADL Disability in the U.S. Elderly Population: Estimates from the 2004 National Long Term Care SurveyEric Stallard, Duke University

  3. Gender Differences in Cognition in ChinaJames P. Smith, RAND Corporation

  4. Do Literacy Skills Influence Young Adults’ Health in Rural Africa?: Evidence from MalawiEmily Smith-Greenaway, Pennsylvania State University

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