Friday, May 1 / 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM   •   Sapphire Ballroom P

Session 103:
Connecting Exposures and Outcomes Across the Life Course

Discussant: Patrick M. Krueger, University of Colorado, Denver
Chair: Adriana M. Reyes, Pennsylvania State University

  1. Cumulative Socioeconomic (Dis)Advantage and Metabolic Syndrome among Midlife WomenJennifer Karas Montez, Case Western Reserve University ; Joyce Bromberger, University of Pittsburgh ; Siobán D. Harlow, University of Michigan ; Howard Kravitz, Rush University ; Karen Matthews, University of Pittsburgh

  2. Life Course SES and Cardiovascular Risk: Heterogeneity across Race/Ethnicity and by GenderKatrina M. Walsemann, University of South Carolina ; Bridget J. Goosby, University of Nebraska at Lincoln ; Deeonna E. Farr, University of South Carolina

  3. Dynamics of Social Care and Paid Work in Mid-LifeMaria Evandrou, University of Southampton ; Jane C. Falkingham, University of Southampton ; Madelín Gómez-León, University of Southampton ; Athina Vlachantoni, University of Southampton

  4. Recessions, Unemployment and the Brain: Do Individual and Aggregate Economic Shocks Prior to Retirement Leave a Cognitive "Scar"?Philipp Hessel, Harvard University ; Anja K. Leist, University of Luxembourg ; Carlos J. Riumallo-Herl, Harvard University ; Mauricio Avendano, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)

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