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Savolainen links antisocial behavior in childhood to disadvantage and poverty in adulthood

Norton et al. put dollar value on relief from chronic pain for Americans age 50+

Seefeldt says TANF restrictions may limit program's help for poor Americans

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Neal Krause wins GSA's Robert Kleemeier Award

U-M awarded $58 million to develop ideas for preventing and treating health problems

Bailey, Eisenberg , and Fomby promoted at PSC

Former PSC trainee Eric Chyn wins PAA's Dorothy S. Thomas Award for best paper

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PSC Publication Series Descriptions

PSC Research Report Series (1981- )

PSC Research Reports are working papers authored by PSC-affiliated researchers, who conduct population research in every region of the world.

NSFG Survey Methodology Paper Series (2010- )

This series includes pre-publication reports and published articles on research conducted by affiliates of the Institute for Social Research. The research reported in this series is partially supported by a contract with the U.S. National Center for Health Statistics.

PSC Comparative Study of the Elderly in Asia Research Reports (1990- )

This series emanated from two NIA-sponsored projects on aging and health, particularly in Asia. More recent papers resulted from work supported by the Michigan P30 Center on the Demography of Aging. Countries represented include the Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, and Thailand.

HRS/AHEAD Working Paper Series (1994- )

Most of the papers in this series resulted from the analysis of early-release datasets from the first waves of the HRS/AHEAD studies. Their primary purpose was to analyze data quality and to inform the next round of data collection.
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PSC Reprint Series (1959- )

The PSC Reprint Series is a collection of published articles authored by PSC-affiliated researchers and distributed with the permission of publishers.