Duke University Population Research Institute Seminar Series - Spring 2018

Usual time and place: 3:30pm - 5:00pm on Thursday in Gross Hall 270.
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01/11/2018
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Paige Harden  (University of Texas)
Childhood Executive Functions: Heritability, Neurobiology, and Philosophical Luckiness
01/18/2018
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Gregory Samanez-Larkin  (Duke University, Assistant Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience)
Decision making in the aging brain
02/08/2018
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Colter Mitchell  (Univ. of Michigan ISR)
Biological Correlates, Mediators, and Moderators of Social Disadvantage
02/15/2018
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Robert Moffitt  (Johns Hopkins)
Welfare Rules, Incentives, and Family Structure
Joint with Public and IO, Labor and Development.
02/22/2018
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Tyler McCormick  (Univ. of Washington)
Assessing cause of death using verbal autopsies
03/01/2018
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Pierluigi Conzo  (Duke University)
Blessed are the first: The long-term effect of birth order on trust
03/08/2018
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Maria Glymour  (Univ. of California, San Francisco)
Lifecourse perspectives on dementia epidemiology: are we studying Alzheimer's disease or child development?
Individual meetings will be held in 230C Gross Hall
03/22/2018
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Michael Gurven  (UC Santa Barbara)
Do costs of reproduction affect human survival?
03/29/2018
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Kevin Lewis  (Univ. of California, San Diego)
The social science of online dating
04/02/2018
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Dem of Aging Seminar- Christina Kamis and Jessie West  (Duke University)
Christina Kamis- The Long-Term Consequences of Parental Mental Health Problems Jessie West- Stress Proliferation and Disability from a Life Course Perspective
Note: Seminar will be in Gross Hall 270 at 3:30pm on Monday.
04/12/2018
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Daniel Kreisman  (Georgia State)
The Hidden Information In Names
04/19/2018
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