Saturday, May 5 / 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM   •   Continental Parlor 1

Session 150:
Socioeconomic Status, Health, and Mortality

Chair: Matthew A. Painter, University of Wyoming
Discussant: Adrianne Frech, University of Akron

  1. The Effect of Inequality on the Association between Involuntary Job Loss and Depressive SymptomsEdward Berchick, Princeton University ; William Gallo, Hunter College, City University of New York (CUNY) ; Vida Maralani, Yale University ; Stanislav Kasl, Yale University

  2. Persistence and Change in Perceived Employment Uncertainty and Adult Health: Evidence from the Michigan Recession and Recovery StudySarah A. Burgard, University of Michigan

  3. Families, Socioeconomic Status, and Suicide: Combined Effects on MortalityJustin T. Denney, Rice University

  4. Why Has the Educational Gradient in Mortality Increased among White U.S. Women? Examining the Contribution of Family, Psychosocial Resources, Behaviors, and EconomicsJennifer Karas Montez, Harvard University ; Anna Zajacova, University of Wyoming

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