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- Associate Research Scientist and Director of Data Acquisitions at Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research, Institute for Social Research
Women's midlife well-being, Sociology
- Can discuss 2007 study of mid-life women that showed that being married or having a partner has a greater impact on a woman's well-being than whether or not she has children.
- Research interests include retirement and health in later life.
- Has studied women's retirement behavior, labor force exits of African-American and white men, the joint retirement behavior of married couples, and the relationship between various social statuses and health.
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