The mission of the University of Michigan’s Population Studies Center is to foster and support innovative interdisciplinary research and training in demography; to help energize and diversify the field of population studies; and to enhance insight and policy on population issues via broad dissemination of research findings.
People who did not spend their entire childhoods living in a stable two-parent family face greater chances of downward economic mobility than their peers who did, finds Deirdre Bloome of the University of Michigan. Children who experience changes in family living arrangements because of divorce, cohabitation, or remarriage are more likely to “fall down the…Read More
Children who enter kindergarten after experiencing repeated household changes are more likely to display problem behaviors that inhibit learning and disrupt classrooms, Paula Fomby of the University of Michigan and Stefanie Mollborn of the University of Colorado show. Such changes include residential moves and shifts in family composition and household routines. Their findings—coupled with other…Read More
This list includes articles appearing in PubMed as of October 30, 2018 with publisher dates between January 1, 2018 and September 30, 2018 that reference P2C, R24, or T32 grant support from the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute for Child Health and Human Development and oversight by Population Dynamics Branch Program Officials. Recent Articles Appearing in PubMed Xu H. Multilevel socioeconomic…