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Publications --- An Incomplete List of Publications, Presentations, Books, Chapters, and Theses Using the Chinese Longitudinal Healthy Longevity Survey Data Sets (Up to March 31, 2013 )

   


Part A: Publications in English resulting from the CLHLS 
   -- A1. Peer-Reviewed BOOKS written in English and distributed/ published in North America and Europe(5 books)
   -- A2. ARTICLES published in anonymous peer-reviewed journals in North America or Europe (subtotal: 105)
   -- A3. Chapters in peer-reviewed books published in North America or Europe (subtotal: 16)
   -- A4. Other Papers distributed as institutional research reports (subtotal: 6)
   -- A5. List of Ph.D. and Master Degree Theses and passed defense in U.S. universities (subtotal:9)
Part B: Publications in Chinese resulting from the CLHLS  
   -- B1. Peer-reviewed BOOKS published in China (6 books)
   -- B2. Chapters in peer-reviewed books published in China (subtotal: 5)  
   -- B3. Professional articles written in Chinese and published in peer-reviewed academic journals in China (subtotal: 186)
   -- B4. List of Ph.D. and Master Degree Theses and passed defense in Chinese universities (subtotal: 42)  
 

Part A: Publications in English resulting from the CLHLS

       A1. Peer-Reviewed BOOKS written in English and distributed/ published in North America and Europe (5 books)  

  1. Jean-Marie Robine, Eileen M. Crimmins, Shiro Horiuchi and Yi Zeng (eds.). 2006. Human Longevity, Individual Life Duration, and the Growth of the Oldest-Old Population. Dordrecht: Springer Publisher.
  2. The Chinese Longitudinal Healthy Longevity Survey Project (PI: Yi Zeng). 2000. The Data Book of the 1998 Wave of Chinese Longitudinal Healthy Longevity Survey (in both English and Chinese)..Beijing : Peking University Press.
  3. Zeng, Yi, Gu Danan, Xiao Zhenyu and Tao Liqun. 2005. Graphics of Socio-Demographic and Health Profiles of Oldest-Old in China (in both English and Chinese). .Beijing: China Population Press.
  4. Zeng, Yi, Eileen Crimmins, Yves Carrière and Jean-Marie Robine (eds.). 2005. Longer Life and Healthy Aging. .Dordrecht: China Springer Publisher.
  5. Zeng, Yi, Dudley Poston, Denese Ashbaugh Vlosky and Danan Gu (eds.). 2008. Healthy Longevity in China: Demographic, Socioeconomic, and Psychological Dimensions. .Dordrecht: Springer Publisher.

       A2. ARTICLES published in anonymous peer-reviewed journals in North America or Europe (subtotal: 105)

  1. Albert I. Hermalin Deborah S. Lowry. 2012. The Decline of Smoking Among Female Birth Cohorts in China in the 20th Century: A Case of Arrested Diffusion?Population Research and Policy Review, August 2012, Volume 31, Issue 4, P.545-570.
  2. Bethany L Brown, Li Qiu and Danan Gu. 2012. Associations between Human Rights Environments and Healthy Longevity: the Case of Older Persons in China.Health and Human Rights,volume 14, No. 2, December 2012.
  3. Bennett, Stephanie; Song, Xiaowen; Mitnitski, Arnold and Rockwood, Kenneth. 2012. A Limit to Frailty in Very Old, Community-dwelling People: a Secondary Analysis of the Chinese Longitudinal Health and Longevity Study.Age and Aging, 42(3):372-377.
  4. Bobby L. Jones. 2012. Modeling Disability Trajectories and Mortality of the Oldest-Old in China. Demography, February 2012, Volume 49, Issue 1, P.291-314.
  5. Brown, Philip H and Tierney, Brian. 2008. Religion and Subjective Well-being among the Elderly in China. Journal of Socio-Economics,38(2), 310-319.
  6. Chen, Feinian and Short, Susan. 2008. Household Context and Subjective Well-being among the Oldest Old in China. Journal of Family Issues, 29(10), 1379-1403.
  7. Danan Gu ,Junshan Zhou,Vanessa Yong,Jessica Sautter and Yasuhiko Saito. 2012. Age Differential Effects of Severity of Visual Impairment on Mortality among Older Adults in China. Journal of Applied Gerontology, March 22, 2012.
  8. Danan Gu and Yi Zeng. 2012. Healthiness of Survival and Quality of Death among Oldest Old in China Using Fuzzy Sets. J Aging and Health, October 2012, Vol. 24 No.7, P.1091-1130.
  9. Dorsten L. and Li Y. 2010. Modeling the Effects of Macro-Measures on Elder Health in China: A “Fresh Sample” Approach. Global Journal of Health Science2:P.8.
  10. Dupre, Matthew E.; Gu, Danan; Warner, David F. and Zeng, Yi. 2009. Frailty and Type of Death among Older Adults in China. British Medical Journal. 338: b1175. [PMC2667569].
  11. Dupre, Matthew E.; Liu, Guangya and Gu, Danan. 2008. Predictors of longevity: Evidence from the Oldest-Old in China.American Journal of Public Health, 98(7), 1203-1208.
  12. Fei Sun, ChunTian lu and Jordan i. KoSberg. 2013. Influences of Environmental Factors on the Physical Functioning of Older Adults in Urban China. Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare,March 2013, Volume XL, Number 1.
  13. Feng Q; Hoenig HM;Gu D;Yi Zeng and Purser JL. 2010. Effect of New Disability Subtype on 3-year Mortality in Chinese Older Adults. J Am Geriatr Soc.2010 Oct; 58(10):1952-8. doi: 10.1111/j.1532-5415.2010.03013.x. [PMID: 20929468, PMC Journal-In process].
  14. Feng, Z.X., Wang, W.F., Jones, K. and Li, Y.Q. 2012. An Exploratory Multilevel Analysis of Income, Income Inequality and Self-rated Health of the Elderly in China. Social Science & Medicine,75:2481-2492.
  15. Genevieve Pham-Kanter and Noreen Goldman. 2012. Do Sons Reduce Parental Mortality? J Epidemiol Community Health (66):710-715.
  16. Goodkind, D. 2009. [Review of the book Healthy Longevity in China: Demographic, Socioeconomic, and Psychological Dimensions].Population Studies,63, 3, 1-7.
  17. Gu, Danan; Liu, Guangya and Dupre, Matthew E. 2007. Different Profiles between Institutionalized Residents and Community-dwelling Residents at the Oldest-old Ages in China.Social Science & Medicine, 64, 871-883.
  18. Gu, Danan and Xu, Qin. 2007. Sociodemographic Effects on Dynamics of Task-specific ADL Functioning at the Oldest-old Ages. Journal of Cross-cultural Gerontology, 22(1), 61-81.
  19. Gu, Danan and Zeng, Yi. 2004. Sociodemographic Effects on the Onset and Recovery of ADL Disability among Chinese Oldest-old. Demographic Research,11, 1-44.
  20. Gu, Danan, Liu, Guangya, Vlosky, A. Denese and Zeng, Yi. 2007. Factors Associated with Place of Death among Chinese Oldest-old. Journal of Applied Gerontology 26(1), 34-57.
  21. Gu, Danan; Dupre, Matthew E.; Sautter, Jessica; Zhu, Haiyan; Liu, Yuzhi and Zeng, Yi. 2009. Frailty and Mortality among Chinese at Advanced Ages.Journal of Gerontology: Social Sciences, 64B(2), 279-289. [PMC2655172].
  22. Gu, Danan; Dupre Matthew E. and Liu, Guangya. 2007. Characteristics of the Institutionalized and Community-residing Oldest-old in China.Social Science and Medicine, 64(4):871-883.
  23. Gu, Danan; Zhang, Zhenmei and Zeng, Yi. 2009. Accessibility to Healthcare Services Makes a Difference in Healthy Longevity among Older Chinese Adults. Social Science and Medicine, 68:21-219. [PMC19038485].
  24. Gu,D, Dupre, M, Warner, F., Yi Zeng. 2009. Changing Health Status and Health Expectancies among Older Adults in China: Gender Differences from 1992 to 2002. Social Science and Medicine. 68: 2170-2179. [PMC 2727476].
  25. Gu, Danan, Jessica Sautter, Robin Pipkin and Yi Zeng. 2010. Sociodemographic and Health Correlates of Sleep Quality and Duration among Very Old Chinese.SLEEP, Vol. 33, No. 5, P. 601-610.[PMC2864875].
  26. Gu,D., J. Sautter,C. Huang and Y. Zeng. 2011. Health Inputs and Cumulative Health Deficits among the Older Chinese. Social Science & Medicine, 72(5):806-814. [PubMed – in process].
  27. Gu, Danan and Zeng, Yi. 2012. Healthiness of Survival and Quality of Death among Oldest Old in China Using Fuzzy Sets. Journal of Aging and Health,24(7):1091-1130.
  28. Guangya Liu, Matthew E. Dupre, Danan Gu Christine A. Mair and Feinian Chen. 2012. Psychological Well-being of the Institutionalized and Community-residing Oldest Old in China: the Role of Children.Social Science & Medicine, Volume 75, Issue 10, November 2012, Pages 1874-1882.
  29. Helen Hoenig. 2012. A New Classification of Function and Disability in China. J Aging Health,August 2012, Vol.24, No. 5, P.779-798.
  30. Heying, Jenny and Zhan, Huaiqin. 2010. Adding Life to Years: Predicting Subjective Quality of Life among Chinese Oldest-Old.Journal of Aging in Emerging Economies.
  31. Huang C, Elo I. 2009. Mortality of the Oldest Old Chinese: The Role of Early-life Nutritional Status, Socio-economic Conditions, and Sibling Sex-composition. Population Studies 63:7-20.
  32. Jama L. Purser, PT, Qiushi Feng, Zeng Yi, Helen Hoenig. 2012. A New Classification of Function and Disability in China, J Aging Health, August 2012, Vol. 24, No. 5, P.779-798.
  33. Juanjuan Sun. 2013. Chinese Older Adults Taking Care of Grandchildren: Practices and Policies for Productive Aging.Ageing International, March 2013, Volume 38, Issue 1, P.58-70.
  34. Korinek, K., Z. Zimmer and D. Gu. 2011. Transitions in Marital Status and Functional Health and Patterns of Intergenerational Coresidence among China's Elderly Population.The Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences.
  35. Kurina, Lianne M.; McClintock, Martha K.; Chen, Jen-Hao; Waite, Linda J. ; Thisted, Ronald A.; Lauderdale, Diane S.. 2013. Sleep Duration and All-cause Mortality: a Critical Review of Measurement and Associations. Annals of Epidemiology.
  36. Lagona F. and Zhang Z. 2010. A Missing Composite Covariate in Survival Analysis: A case Study of the Chinese Longitudinal Health and Longevity Survey. Statistics in medicine29:248-261.
  37. Lei Feng, J. Li, T. -P. Ng, T. -S. Lee, E. -H. Kua and Y. Zeng. 2012. Tea Drinking and Cognitive Function in Oldest-old Chinese.The Journal of Nutrition, Health & Aging, November 2012, Volume 16, Issue 9, P.754-758.
  38. Li, Lydia W.; Zhang, Jian and Liang, Jersey. 2009. Health among the Oldest-old in China: Which Living Arrangements Make a Difference? Social Science & Medicine, 68(2), 220-227.
  39. Ling Zhao; Fan Yang; Ke Xu; Huiqing Cao; Gu-Yan Zheng; Yan Zhang; Jianxin Li; Hanbin Cui; Xiaomin Chen; Zhiming Zhu; Hongbo He; Xianming Mo; Brian K. Kennedy; Yousin Suh; Yi Zeng and Xiao-Li Tian. 2012. Common Genetic Variants of the β2-adrenergic Receptor Affect its Translational Efficiency and are Associated with Human Longevity. Aging Cell,Volume 11, Issue 6, pages 1094–1101, December 2012.
  40. Li Qiu; Jessica Sautter and Danan Gu. 2012. Associations between Frequency of Tea Consumption and Health and Mortality: Evidence from Old Chinese.British Journal of Nutrition,Issue 09, November 2012, P.1686-1697.
  41. Li, Qiu; Sautter, Jessica; Liu, Yuzhi and Gu, Danan. 2011. Age and Gender Differences in Linkages of Sleep with Subsequent Mortality and Health among Very Old Chinese. Sleep medicine,12(10):1008-1017.
  42. Liu, Guiping and Zhang, Zhen. 2004. Sociodemographic Differentials of the Self-rated Health of the Oldest-old Chinese. Population Research & Policy Review, 23(2), 117-133.
  43. Ming Wen and Danan Gu. 2011. Air Pollution Shortens Life Expectancy and Health Expectancy for Older Adults: The Case of China. The Journals of Gerontology: Series A, Volume 67, Issue 11, P.1219-1229.
  44. Nagin D. and Odgers C. 2010. Group-based Trajectory Modeling in Clinical Research.Annual Review of Clinical Psychology 6:109-138.
  45. Pham-Kanter, G. and Goldman, N. 2012. Do Sons Reduce Parental Mortality? Journal of epidemiology and community health, 66(8):710-715.
  46. Porter, Maria. 2010. Health, Longevity and the Role of the Family in China. Population Ageing.(2010)3:103-109.
  47. Rong, Peng; Li, Ling and Qun, He. 2010. Self-rated Health Status Transition and Long-term Care Need of the Oldest Chinese.Health Policy97: 259-266.
  48. Ross, Catherine E. and Zhang, Wei. 2008. Education and Psychological Distress among Older Chinese. Journal of Aging and Health, 20(3): 273-289.
  49. Sereny Melanie. 2011. Living Arrangements of Older Adults in China: The Interplay among Preferences, Realities and Health. Research on Aging. 33: 172-204, doi:10.1177/0164027510392387.
  50. Sereny Melanie and Gu Danan. 2011. Living Arrangement Concordance and Its Association with Self-Rated Health Among Institutionalized and Community-Residing Older Adults in China. Journal of Cross-Cultural Gerontology 26(3):239-259.
  51. Shen, K. and Yi Zeng. 2010. The Association between Resilience and Survival among Chinese Elderly. Demographic Research23(5)105-116.doi:10.4054/DemRes.2010.23.5 (July16,2010). [PMC2990503].
  52. Sun F., Park N., Klemmack D., Roff L and Li Z. 2009. Predictors of Physical Functioning Trajectories among Chinese Oldest Old Adults: Rural and Urban Differences.The International Journal of Aging and Human Development 69:181-199.
  53. Sun, Rongjun and Gu, Danan. 2008. Air Pollution, Economic Development of Communities, and Health Status among the Elderly in Urban China. American Journal of Epidemiology, 168(11), 1311-1318.
  54. Sun, Rongjun and Liu, Yuzhi. 2006. Mortality of the Oldest Old in China: The Role of Social and Solitary Customary Activities. Journal of Aging and Health,18(1), 37-55.
  55. Vaupel, J.W., J.R. Carey, K. Christensen, T.E. Johnson, A.I. Yashin, N.V. Holm, I.A. Iachine, V. Kannisto, A.A. Khazaeli, P. Liedo, V.D.Longo, Yi Zeng, K.G. Manton, and J.W. Curtsinger. 1998. Biodemographic Trajectories of Longevity. Science,280: 855-60.
  56. Wang D., Zheng J., Kurosawa M. and Inaba Y. 2009. Relationships between Age and Gender Differentials in Health among Older People in China.Ageing and Society 29:1141-1154.
  57. Wang D., Zheng J., Kurosawa M., Inaba Y. and Kato N. 2009.Changes in Activities of Daily Living (ADL) among Elderly Chinese by Marital Status, Living Arrangement, and Availability of Healthcare over a 3-year Period.Environmental health and preventive medicine14:128-141.
  58. Wang, Zhenglian; Zeng, Yi; Jeune, Bernard and Vaupel, James W. 1998. Age Validation of Han Chinese Centenarians. GENUS - An International Journal of Demography,Vol. LIV: 123-141.
  59. W. Jean Yeung, Zhenhua Xu. 2012. Economic Stress, Quality of Life, and Mortality for the Oldest-Old in China.Social Indicators Research, August 2012, Volume 108, Issue 1, P.131-152.
  60. Wen, Ming and Gu, Danan. 2011. The Effects of Childhood, Adult, and Community Socioeconomic Conditions on Health and Mortality among Older Adults in China. Demography, 48:153-181.
  61. Wu, Z.and C.M. Schimmele. 2006. Psychological Disposition and Self-reported Health among the ‘Oldest-old’ in China. Ageing and Society26(01):135-151.
  62. Wu, Hongmei; Flaherty, Joseph; Dong, Birong; Liu, Guanjian; Deng, Juelin; Zhang, Yaling; Wu, Jinhui; Zeng, Guo; Ren, Xiaohui; Hu, Junmei; Wu, Weili and Theodore k. 2012. Impact of Geriatric Conditions versus Medical Diagnoses on ADL Disability Among Nonagenarians and Centenarians.Journal of Aging and Health, 24:1298-1319.
  63. Wu, Xiaoyu and Li, Lixing. 2013. The Motives of Intergenerational Transfer to the Elderly Parents in China: Consequences of High Medical Expenditure.Health Economics,forthcoming.
  64. X. Chen; Yueqin Huang and H. G. Cheng. 2012. Lower Intake of Vegetables and Legumes Associated with Cognitive Decline among Illiterate Elderly Chinese: A 3-year Cohort Study.The Journal of Nutrition, Health & Aging,June 2012, Volume 16, Issue 6, P.549-552.
  65. Yang Li; Wen-Jing Wang; Huiqing Cao; Jiehua Lu; Chong Wu; Fang-Yuan Hu; Jian Guo; Ling Zhao; Fan Yang; Yi-Xin Zhang; Wei Li; Gu-Yan Zheng; Hanbin Cui; Xiaomin Chen; Zhiming Zhu; Hongbo He; Birong Dong; Xianming Mo; Yi Zeng and Xiao-Li Tian. 2009. Genetic Association of FOXO1A and FOXO3A with Longevity Trait in Han Chinese Populations.Human Molecular Genetics, 18:4897–4904. [PMC2790334] (Xiao-Li Tian and Yi Zeng are co-corresponding authors).
  66. Yi; James W. Vaupel; Xiao Zhenyu; Zhang Chunyuang and Liu Yuzhi. 2001. The Healthy Longevity Survey and the Active Life Expectancy of the Oldest Old in China.Population: An English Selection, 13(1): 95-116.
  67. Yi Zeng; Huashuai Chen; Xiaoming Shi; Zhaoxue Yin; Ze Yang; Jun Gu and Dan Blazer. 2013. Health Consequences of Familial Longevity Influence among the Chinese Elderly.The Journals of Gerontology: Series A,Volume 68, Issue 4, P. 473-482.
  68. Yi Zhai; Xiao Ming Shi; Simon Michael Fitzgerald; Han Zhu Qian; Virginia B Kraus; Melanie Sereny; Perry Hu; Zhao Xue Yin; Jian Wei Xu and Yi Zeng. 2012. High Sensitivity C-Reactive Protein Associated with Different Health Predictors in Middle-Aged and Oldest Old Chinese.Biomedical and Environmental Sciences, Volume 25, Issue 3, June 2012, P.257-266.
  69. Yong, Vanessa; Gu, Danan; Chen, Min and Salto, Yasuhiko. 2011. Expected Lifetime with and without Cataract among Older Adults in China.Journal of Population Ageing,4(1-2):65-79.
  70. You, D, Gu, D and Yi Zeng. 2010. Familial Transmission of Human Longevity among the Oldest-old in China.Journal of Applied Gerontology. 2010, 29(3), 308-332[PMC in process].
  71. Zachary Zimmer; Linda G. Martin; Daniel S. Nagin and Bobby L. Jones. 2012. Modeling Disability Trajectories and Mortality of the Oldest-Old in China.Demography,February 2012, Volume 49, Issue 1, P.291-314.
  72. Zeng, Yi; James W. Vaupel; Xiao Zhenyu; Zhang Chunyuang and Liu Yuzhi. 2001. The Healthy Longevity Survey and the Active Life Expectancy of the Oldest Old in China. Population: An English Selection, 13(1): 95-116.
  73. Zeng, Yi; James W. Vaupel; Xiao Zhenyu; Zhang Chunyuang and Liu Yuzhi. 2001. L’enquete sue la longevite en bonne sante: l’esperance de vie sans incapacite des personnes tres agees en Chine.Population: Longevite, 56(1).
  74. Zeng, Yi; James W. Vaupel; Xiao Zhenyu; Zhang Chunyuan and Liu Yuzhi. 2002. Sociodemographic and Health Profiles of Oldest Old in China.Population and Development Review,No. 2, Vol. 28.
  75. Zeng, Yi and James W. Vaupel. 2002. Functional Capacity and Self-Evaluation of Health and Life of the Oldest Old in China.Journal of Social Issues,58: 733-748.
  76. Zeng, Yi and Wang, Zhenglian. 2003. Dynamics of Family and Elderly Living Arrangements in China: New Lessons Learned from the 2000 Census.The China Review, 3(2), 95-119.
  77. Zeng, Yi and James W. Vaupel. 2003. Oldest Old Mortality in China.Demographic Research,Vol. 8 (7): 215-244.
  78. Zeng, Yi; Liu Yuzhi and Linda George. 2003. Gender Differentials of Oldest Old in China.Research on Aging.25: 65-80.
  79. Zeng, Yi. 2004. Chinese Longitudinal Healthy Longevity Survey and Some Research Findings. Geriatrics and Gerontology International, 2004; 4: S49-S52.
  80. Zeng, Yi; Gu, Danan and Land, K. C. 2004. A New Method for Correcting Underestimation of Disabled Life Expectancy and Application to Chinese Oldest-Old. Demography, Vol. 41 (2): 335-361.
  81. Zeng, Yi; George L., Vaupel J and Goodkind D. 2004. Chinese Longitudinal Healthy Longevity Survey: A Unique Data Resource and Research Opportunities. Gerontologist 44:194-195.
  82. Zeng, Yi, Danan Gu and Kenneth C. Land. 2007. The Association of Childhood Socioeconomic Conditions with Healthy Longevity at the Oldest-Old Ages in China.Demography.Vol. 44, No. 3: 497-518.
  83. Zeng, Yi. 2008. La Presion demografica sobre el envejecimiento de la poblacion (Demographic Pressure on Population Aging in China).Vanguardia Dossier(Spanish Quarterly), Issue 28: 53-59.
  84. Zeng, Yi and S. Ke. 2010. Resilience Significantly Contributes to Exceptional Longevity.Current Gerontology and Geriatrics Research 2010, Article ID 525693, doi:10.1155/2010/525693.
  85. Zeng, Yi; Danan Gu; Jama Purser; Helen Hoenig and Nicholas Christakis. 2010. Associations of Environmental Factors with Elderly Health and Mortality in China. American Journal of Public Health. 100 (2): 298-305. [PMC2804639].
  86. Zeng, Yi; Gu, Danan and George, Linda. 2010. Religious Participation and Mortality among Older Chinese Adults.Research on Aging, in press.
  87. Zeng, Yi; Cheng, L.; Chen, H.; Cao, H.; Hauser, E.; Liu, Y.; Xiao, Z.; Tan, Q.; Tian, X. and Vaupel, J.W. 2010. Effects of FOXO Genotypes on Longevity: A Bio-demographic Analysis. The Journals of Gerontology Series A: Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences, 2010; 65:1285-1299. [PMC2990269].
  88. Zeng, Yi and Vaupel, J.W. 2004. Association of Late Childbearing With Healthy Longevity among the Oldest-Old in China.Population Studies,58(1): 37-53. – This article innovatively derived and empirically verified the Fixed Attributes Dynamics method, which can be used for genetic analysis on longevity.
  89. Zeng, Yi; Huashuai Chen; Xiaoming Shi; Zhaoxue Yin; Ze Yang; Jun Gu and Dan Blazer. 2011. Genetic Heritance Interacts with Environmental Factors to Significantly Affect Health at Old Ages. (Accepted for publication by Journal of Gerontology: Medical Sciences).
  90. Zeng, Yi; Claude Hughes; Megan Lewis; Jianxin Li and Fengyu Zhang. 2011. Interactions between Life Stress Factors and Carrying the APOE4 Allele Adversely Impact Self-Reported Health in Old Adults. In press: Journal of Gerontology Series A: Biological and Medical Sciences.
  91. Zeng, Y.; D. Gu and L.K. George. 2011. Association of Religious Participation with Mortality among Chinese Old Adults.Research on Aging 33(1):51.
  92. Zeng, Yi. 2013. Extended Fixed Attribute Dynamics Method and an Illustrative Application in Biodemographic: Genetic Analysis on Longevity.Annual Review of Gerontology and Geriatrics, 33(1):217-232.
  93. Zhang, F; M Lewis; G Yang; J Iriondo-Perez; Yi Zeng and J Liu. 2008. Apolipoprotein Epolymorphism, Life Stress and Self-reported Health among Older Adults.Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health. 62(4): e3 - e3.
  94. Zhang, Wei. 2008. Religious Participation and Mortality Risk among the Oldest Old in China. The Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological and Social Sciences, 63, S293-297.
  95. Zhang, Weiguo and Liu, Guiping. 2007. Childlessness, Psychological Well-being, and Life Satisfaction among the Elderly in China. Journal of Cross-cultural Gerontology, 22, 185-203.
  96. Zhang, Zhenmei. 2006. Gender Differentials in Cognitive Impairment and Decline of the Oldest Old in China.Journal of Gerontology: Social Sciences 61B(2): S107-S115.
  97. Zhang, Zhenmei; Gu, Danan and Hayward, Mark. 2008. Early-life Influences on Cognitive Impairment among Chinese Oldest-old.Journal of Gerontology: Social Sciences, 63B(1), S25-S33.
  98. Zhang Z., Gu D. and Hayward M. 2010. Childhood Nutritional Deprivation and Cognitive Impairment among Older Chinese People. Social Science & Medicine 71:941-949.
  99. Zhao-Xue Yin; Xiao-Ming Shi; Virginia B. Kraus; Simon M. Fitzgerald; Han-zhu Qian; Jian-wei Xu; Yi Zhai; Melanie D. Sereny and Yi Zeng. 2012. High Normal Plasma Triglycerides are Associated with Preserved Cognitive Function in Chinese Oldest-old. Age and Ageing2012, Volume 41, Issue 5, P. 600-606.
  100. Zhao-Xue Yin; Xiao-Ming Shi; Virginia B. Kraus; Melanie D. Sereny; Yi Zeng and Xiao-Ming Shi. 2012. HS-Crpand Traditional Risk Factors: Who is still Significantly Associated with Diabetes in Chinese Oldest-old? Heart and Education in Heart, October 2012, Volume 98, Suppl. 2.
  101. Zhu, Haiyan and Gu Danan. 2010. The Protective Effect of Marriage on Health and Survival: Does it Persist at Oldest-Old Ages?Journal of Population Ageing, 3(3-4):161-182.
  102. Zhu, Haiyan and Xie, Yu. 2007. Socioeconomic Differentials in Mortality among the Oldest-old in China. Research on Aging, 29(2), 125-143.
  103. Zimmer, Zachary. 2005. Health and Living Arrangement Transitions among China's Oldest-old. Research on Aging, 27(5), 526-555.
  104. Zimmer, Zachary and Korinek, Kim. 2008. Does Family Size Predict Whether an Older Adult Lives with or Proximate to an Adult Child in the Asia-Pacific Region? Asian Population Studies, 4(2), 135-159.
  105. Zachary Zimmer and Kim Korinek. 2010. Shifting Coresidence near the End of Life: Comparing Decedents and Survivors of a Follow-up Study in China.Demography. 47:537-554.

    A3. Chapters in peer-reviewed books published in North America or Europe (subtotal: 16)

  1. Dannefer and Chris Phillipson (Eds.) Sage Handbook of Social Gerontology. Sage Publisher.Forthcoming.
  2. Gu, Danan; Feng, Qiushi and Sautter, Jessica. 2008. Social Network Types, Intimacy and Healthy Longevity among the Chinese Elderly. In Janet B. Garner and Thelma C. Christiansen (Eds.). Social Sciences in Health Care and Medicine. New York: Nova Publisher.
  3. Gu, Danan; Vlosky, A.Denese and Zeng, Yi. 2009. Gender Differentials in Transitions and Expected Years Spending in Seven Living Arrangements among the Oldest-Old in China--- A Population-Based Decrement-Increment Life Table Analysis. In Harriet T. Benninghouse and Andria G. Rosset (Eds.). Women and Aging: New Research. New York: Nova Publisher. In press.
  4. Gu, Danan and Vlosky Denese. 2008. Long-Term Care Needs and Related Issues in China. In Janet B. Garner and Thelma C. Christiansen (Eds.). Social Sciences in Health Care and Medicine. New York: Nova Publisher.
  5. Guo, Zhigang. 2005. Living arrangement of the oldest old in China. In Yi Zeng et al. (Eds.). Longer Life and Healthy Aging. Springer Publisher.
  6. Li D; Chen T and Wu Z. 2008. Healthy longevity in China: Demographic, socioeconomic, and psychological dimensions---An Exploration of the Subjective Well-being of the Chinese Oldest-old.Springer,P.374-356.
  7. Porter Maria. 2010. Intergenerational transfers in China and marriage market conditions. In Aging Asia: Economic and Social Implications of Rapid Demographic Change in China, Japan, and Korea, ed. K Eggleston, S Tuljapurkar., Stanford, CA: The Walter H. Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center Book.
  8. Shen, Ke and Yi Zeng. 2011. The association between resilience and survival among Chinese elderly. In ResnickB., L.P. Gwyther and K.A. Roberto (Eds.). Resilience in Aging: Concepts, Research and Outcomes. New York: Springer Publisher.
  9. Zeng, Yi. 2002. Aging in China. Ekerdt, David J. (ed.), Encyclopedia of Aging. Macmillan Reference USA, an Imprint of the Gale Group, New York.
  10. Zeng, Yi and George, Linda. 2002. Extremely rapid aging and the living arrangement of elderly persons: the case of China. In: Living Arrangements of Older Persons, Population Bulletin of the United Nations, Special Issue Nos. 42/43, New York: United Nations.
  11. Zeng,Yi and Linda K. George. 2010. Population Aging and Old-Age Care in China. In: Dale Dannefer and Chris Phillipson (eds.) Sage Handbook of Social Gerontology. Sage Publisher.
  12. Zhou Y. and Zheng Z.Z. Tooth loss among the elderly in China.In Zeng Yi; Dudley L. Poston; Denese A. Vlosk and Danan Gu (et.al.) Healthy Longevity in China: demographic, socioeconomic, and psychological dimensions. P.315-327.
  13. Zhou, Y. and Ren Qiang. 2005. Longevity among Chinese Consanguines. In Yi Zeng et al. (Eds.). Longer Life and Healthy Aging. Netherlands:Springer Publisher.
  14. Zhou Y. and Liu Y. 2010. Long-term care in China and Japan, in: D. Dannefer and C. Phillipson (Eds.), The SAGE Handbook of Social Gerontology, Sage, Los Angeles. 563-572.
  15. Zeng, Yi; Gu, Danan; and Land, Kenneth C. 2005. A Method for Correcting the Underestimation of Disabled Life Expectancy, with an Empirical Application to Oldest-Old in China. In Yi Zeng et al. (eds).Longer Life and Healthy Aging. Springer Publisher.
  16. Zeng, Yi; Liu, Yuzhi; and George, Linda K. 2005.  Female disadvantages among the elderly in China, In Yi Zeng et al. (eds). Longer Life and Healthy Aging. Springer Publisher.

     A4. Other Papers distributed as institutional research reports (subtotal: 6)

  1. Hermalin A., Lowry D. 2010.The Age Prevalence of Smoking among Chinese Women: A Case of Arrested Diffusion?, PopulationStudiesCenter Research Reports, University of Michigan.
  2. Lagona, Francesco and Zhen Zhang. 2008.A missing composite covariate in survival analysis: a case study of the Chinese Longitudinal Health and Longevity Survey. In MPIDR WORKING APPER WP.Rostock: MPIDR.
  3. Liu, Huijun; Cai, Yanzhi and Shuzhuo, Li. 2012. The Quality of Life and Mortality Risk of Elderly People in Rural China: The Role of Family Support. Stanford Asia Health Policy Program Working PaperNo.30.
  4. Lowry D. 2010. The Disablement Process among Elderly Chinese, Population Studies Center Research Reports, University of Michigan.
  5. McEniry M.. 2009. Mortality Decline in the Twentieth Century, Early Life Conditions and the Health of Aging Populations in the Developing World. CDE working paper, University of Wisconsin.
  6. Zachary Zimmer and Kim Korinek. 2009. Shifts in Coresidence among the Oldest-old in China: Comparing Decedents and Survivors. Institute of Public and International Affairs Working PaperNo. 2009-5-26. Salt Lake City Utah: IPIA, University of Utah.

       A5. List of Ph.D. and Master Degree Theses and passed defense in U.S. universities (subtotal:9)

  1. Fang Y. 2005. Living Arrangements and Care Provision among the Oldest Old People in China, 1998—2002. Ph.D. degree thesis. Sociology, Syracuse University, Syracuse.
  2. Huang, Cheng. 2007. Empirical Findings and Research Methods in Health and Mortality: Early Life Conditions and Health and Mortality – the Case of Mexico and China; Application of Multiple Imputation to Missing Data Due to Sub-sampling. Ph.D. Degree Thesis, University of Pennsylvania.
  3. Ma, Qiufei. 2009. Financial Resources, Living Arrangements and Private Transfers. Ph.D. degree thesis, The Pardee RAND Graduate School. September.
  4. Pan, Jie. 2006. Long-Term Care for the Elderly – Empirical Analysis of Chinese Household Data in a Three Generational Setting. Doctorate degree, Department of Economics, Washington University in St. Louis.(Ph.D.)
  5. Qiu, Huali. 2007.Adding Life to Years:Predicting Subjective Quality of Life among Chinese Oldest-old.Master Degree Thesis.Georgia State University.April.(in U.S.)
  6. Xie, Jipan. 2005. Effects of Fertility Change and Son Preference on Intergenerational Support for Chinese Elders. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, June. (Ph.D.)
  7. Zhang, Jiaan. 2012. Regional Context, Market Transition, and Successful Aging: Results from Transitional China. University of Michigan, Horace H. Rackham School of Graduate Studies. (Ph.D. )
  8. Zhou, Min. 2004. Social Support and Quality of Life: China’s Oldest Old.Masterdegree. Sociology Department, Ohio State University. June.(in U.S. )
  9. Zhu, Haiyan. 2008. Three Essays on Health, Aging and the Family in Contemporary China. Ph.D. Degree Thesis, University of Michigan.

  

Part B: Publications in Chinese resulting from the CLHLS

       B1. Peer-reviewed BOOKS published in China (6 books)

  1. The Chinese Longitudinal Healthy Longevity Survey Project (PI: Yi Zeng). 2000. The Data Book of the 1998 Wave of Chinese Longitudinal Healthy Longevity Survey (in both English and Chinese). Beijing: Peking University Press.
  2. Zeng, Yi; Gu Danan; Xiao Zhenyu and Tao Liqun. 2005. Graphics of Socio-Demographic and Health Profiles of Oldest-Old in China (in both English and Chinese). Beijing: China Population Press.
  3. Liu, Yuzhi and Yuan, Ye, et al. 2007. A Research Study of the Oldest-old Chinese. Beijing: Population Publishing House.
  4. Yi, Deting. 2008. Multilevel analysis of ADL Disability among the Oldest-Old in China. Beijing: Renmin University Press.
  5. Zeng,Yi; Liu Yuzhi; Zhang Chunyuanand Xiao Zhenyu (eds.). 2004. Analysis onDeterminants of Healthy Longevity. Beijing: Peking University Press.
  6. Zeng, Yi et al. 2010.Research on Elderly Population, Family, Health and Care Needs/Costs. Beijing: Sciences Press.

       B2. Chapters in peer-reviewed books published in China (subtotal: 5)  

  1. Chen, W.M.. 2006. Comparison of the Urban Health Care Systems in China and South Korea, In Yang, L. (eds) Socio-economic Culture and Regional Collaboration in Northeast Asia, Nankai: Nankai University.
  2. Liu, Yuzhiand Zhou, Yun. 2007. Gender Difference in Education among the Chinese elderly. In G. Wei and C. Wang (eds.). Education: A Gender Perspective, P.198-211. Shanghai: Xuelin Publisher.
  3. Zheng, Z.Z. 2007. Marriage, Family and Fertility among the Oldest Old in China, In Liu, Y.Z. and Yuan, Y. (Eds.) Survey of the oldest old in China, Beijing, China Population.
  4. Zhou, Y. 2007. Health Status of the Chinese Oldest Old. In Liu, Y.Z. and Yuan, Y. (Eds.) Survey of the oldest old in China, Beijing: China Population.
  5. Yang, J.H. 2011. Chapter4.6、5.1、6.1、7.1 and 8.1 Studies on the Demographic Transition and the Poverty in the Aged. Beijing: Renmin University of China Press.

       B3. Professional articles written in Chinese and published in peer-reviewed academic journals in China (subtotal: 186)

  1. Ao, Jin; and Liu, Yuzhi. 2004. Factors associated with decline of cognitive function among the Chinese oldest-old. Chinese Mental Health Journal, 2, 119-122.
  2. Cai, Tianji. 2004. Self-reported Life Satisfaction and its Determinants among Chinese Elderly Females Living Alone. Chinese Journal of Population Science, Special Issue, 70-74.
  3. Cai, Wenmeiand Liu, Yuzhi. 2001. Socio-demographic Analysis of Healthy Longevity of the Oldest-old. Chinese Journal of Population Science, Special Issue, 61-65.
  4. Chen, H.F. and Chen H.S. 2012. Effects of Marital Status on Negative Affect in Elderly. Chinese Mental Health Journal, 26(2):104-110.
  5. Chen, H.S.. 2009. Economic Study on the Impact of Marriage on Health and Longevity among Chinese Elderly, Chinese Health Economics, 10
  6. Chen, H.S.. 2009. Investigation into the Determinants of Marriage Satisfaction among Chinese Elderly, Population and Economics, 6.
  7. Chen, Weiand Du, Xia. 2002. The Role of Number and Sex of Children in Supporting the Oldest-old: Determinants of Living Conditions of the Oldest-old in China. Chinese Journal of Population Science, 6, 49-55.
  8. Chen, Weiming. 2004. The Resources and Supply of Daily Care for the Chinese Urban Oldest-old. Chinese Journal of Population Science, Special Issue, 117-120.
  9. Chen, Xinxin and Dong, Xiaoyuan. 2011. Socio-Economic Status, Gender and Family Caregiving for Chinese Elderly. The Journal of World Economy, 6:147-160.
  10. Chen. Yi. 2010. Demographic Analysis on Aged Industry in Our Country. Journal of Minjiang University, 1:62-67.
  11. Cheng, Lingguo and Zhang, Ye. 2012. The New Rural Cooperative Medical Scheme: Financial Protection or Health Improvement. Economic Research Journal, 1:120-133.
  12. Chu, Junhong. 2001. Studies on Financial Dependability and Activities of Daily Living of the Chinese Oldest-old. Chinese Journal of Population Science, Special Issue, 66-70.
  13. Chu, Junhongand Liu, Yuzhi. 2001. The Chinese Centenarians. Population & Economics, 4, 29-35.
  14. Dai Y.Zhu JP and Liu Y. 2009. Analysis on the Self-Worth of the Elders Based on Data Mining Techniques, Statistics & Information Forum.
  15. Dong, Renzheng. 2001. Some Thoughts on Quality of Life of the Oldest-old. Chinese Journal of Population Science, Special Issue, 115-116.
  16. Dong ZY and Xiao CD. 2010.The Influencing Factors of Marital Satisfactory for Middle-aged Adults, Technoeconomics & Management Research.
  17. G.D, Chen and X.Y, Lei. 2009. “Fertility Effect” or “Supporting Effect?” ---Quantity of Children and Parental Health, Frontiers of Economics in China, Vol.4, No.4.
  18. Gao, Xiangyang and Kang, Xiaoping. 2010. Analyzing the Health Life Expectancy of the Chinese Oldest-old by Using the Multi-States Life Table Method. Chinese Journal of Health Statistics, 5:455-458.
  19. Gu, Ling. 2010. Empirical Analysis on Health Status and Education among Elderly. Modern Education Symposium, 2010, No. 2, P.45-47.
  20. Gu, Lin and Du, Peng. 2007. Differentia Analysis of the Old People’s Self-Assessment of their Health Condition: Based on the National Survey of the Elderly in 2002 and 2005. South China Population, 2:58-64.
  21. Gu Danan and Yi Zeng. 2001.Analysis of the Grade of Membership of Health Status of the Chinese Oldest Old.Chinese Journal of Population Science, Special Issue.
  22. Gu Danan; Yi Zeng and Liu Yuzhi. 2001.A Review on Methods in Calculating the Healthy Life Expectancy.Market & Demographic Analysis, No.4:9-17.
  23. Gu Danan and Yi Zeng. 2002. Healthy Life Expectancy of the Oldest Old in China Based on Grade of Membership. Population & Economics, No.2:9-15.
  24. Gu Danan and Zeng,Yi. 2004. Disability Dynamics and Socioeconomic Characteristics among Chinese Oldest-Old.Chinese Journal of Population Science, special issue, 2004. P.14-21.
  25. Gu, Danan and Yi Zeng. 2006. Changes of Disability in Activities of Daily Living among the Chinese Elderly from 1992 to 2002. Population & Economics. 2006 No. 4: 9-13.
  26. Gu, Danan; Liu, Yuzhi; Zhang, Yingxin; Ren, Hong and Zeng, Yi. 2007. Analysis of Number of Days Needing Full-time Care before Dying among the Chinese Elderly. Population and Economics, No.6, p 51-58 (in Chinese).
  27. Gu, Danan; Zeng, Yi; Liu, Yuzhi; and Zeng, Xianxin.2007. Frailty Index and Its Association with Suffering Death. Population Research, 5, 35-41.
  28. Gu Da-nan. 2009. Health Cumulative Deficit Index and Its Validity among the Chinese Elderly, Population & Economics.
  29. Gu Danan and Liu, Yuzhi; et al. 2008. Biomarker and Healthy Longevity among the Chinese Elderly :The Case of Left-handedness. Journal of Population Science, 4, 37-43.
  30. Gu, Danan. 2001. A Discussion on Assessment of Data Quality in the Studies of Aging and Health. Population & Economics, 2, 38-43.
  31. Gu, Danan. 2002. Quality of Life before Dying among the Oldest-old in China. In Baohua Zhao (ed.). Policy Issues of Improvement of the Quality of Life of the Elderly in China, P.122-130. Beijing: Hualing Press.
  32. Gu, Danan. 2002. Timely Medication among the Oldest-old in China. Population Journal, 3, 54-60.
  33. Gu, Danan. 2003. Characteristics of the Most Robust and the Frailest Oldest-old in China with a Discussion of Determinants of Health Status. Market & Demographic Analysis, 1, 1-10.
  34. Gu, Danan. 2003. Gender Differential Effects of Marriage on Health and Longevity at Very Old Ages: A Case of China. Chinese Journal of Population Science, 3, 32-40.
  35. Gu, Danan. 2004. Multivariate Multistate Life Table Analysis of Activities of Daily Living Functioning among the Oldest Old in China. Population & Economic, 4. 15-21.
  36. Gu, Danan. 2005. The Latest International Studies on Trend in Health of the Elderly and Forecast Methods. Chinese Journal of Population Science, 3, 81-86.
  37. Gu, Danan. 2007. Impacts of Traveling and Exercise on Healthy Longevity. Population Journal 3, 41-46.
  38. Gu, Dananand Liu, Yuzhi. 2006. Comparative Analysis of Health Status and Mortality Risk between Institutionalized Elders and Community-dwelling Elders in China. Population Research, 5, 51-58.
  39. Gu, Dananand Qiu, Li. 2003. Cognitive Functioning and Its Determinants among the Oldest-old in China. Journal of Nanjng College for Population and Management, 2, 3-9.
  40. Gu, Danan and Liu, Yuzhi. 2008. A Review on Latest Studies on Elderly Care Needs and Costs. Northwest population, 1, 1-6.
  41. Gu, Jiantang. 2001. The Impact of Smoking and Alcohol-drinking on Health of the Oldest-old. Chinese Journal of Population Science, Special Issue, 78-82.
  42. Gu, Hejun and Liu, Yunping. 2011. Income-related Health Inequality of the Elderly and Its Decomposition:An Empirical Research in the Urban and the Rural of China. South China Population, 4:1-9.
  43. Gu, Hejun and Liu, Yunping. 2012. The Impact of Care for Parents on the Health of Married Women in Rural China. Collection of Women's Studies, (5).
  44. Gu, Hejun and Liu, Yunping. 2013. The Impact of Education and Training on Labor Force Participation in Urban China: The Empirical Study Based on the CLHLS Data. Population & Economics, 1:76-82.
  45. Gui, Shixun. 2001. Study on Quality of Life of the Chinese Oldest-old. Chinese Journal of Population Science, Special Issue, 107-111.
  46. Gui, Shixun. 2004. Some Thoughts on Long-term Care in China. Chinese Journal of Population Science, Special Issue, 111-116.
  47. Guo, Zhigang. 2002. The Living Arrangement of the Oldest-old in China and Its Determinants. Population Research, 1, 37-42.
  48. Guo Z.G and Liu P. 2007. Factors in Determining Ways of Meeting Demands of China's Elderly and Their Satisfaction——Impact from the Composition of Core Family Members, China Agricultural University Journal of Social Sciences Edition, 2007-24(3).
  49. Hu, Hongshu and Lu, Yuanping. 2012. Income Inequality,Heath and Subjective Well-being among the Elderly: Empirical Evidence on the Aging of China. China Soft Science, 11:41-56.
  50. Huang, F. and Gan, Li. 2010. Excess Demand or Appropriate Demand? —Health Insurance, Medical Care and Mortality of the Elderly in Urban China. Economic Research Journal, 6:105-119.
  51. Huang F and Wu CJ. 2010. Old Age Mortality Crossover in China: Does the Public Health Insurance Matter. Population Research.
  52. Huang Feng and Wu CJ. 2009. Estimating the Effects of Public Health Insurance on Mortality of the Elderly in Urban China. Nankai Economic Studies.
  53. Huang, Kuangshi; Lu, Jiehua and Kirk, Scott. 2012. Rate of Ageing of the Chinese Oldest-old and Its Determinants. Population Research, 4:64-77.
  54. Huang, Rongqing. 2001. Health, Chronic Diseases, and Mortality of the Oldest-old. Chinese Journal of Population Science, Special Issue, 20-23.
  55. Huang, Runlong and Niu, Biao. 2002. The Gender Difference and Its Causes of Quality of Life among Chinese Oldest-old. Population and Economics, supplementary issue, 129-132.
  56. Huang, Runlong; Poston, Dudley L. and Niu, Biao. 1999. Sociological Research on Health Conditions of the Oldest-old in Jiangsu Province. Chinese Journal of Population Science, 5, 57-62.
  57. Jiang, Cheng; Danan Gu; Yuzhi Liu and Yi Zeng. 2009. Care Costs Analysis of the Chinese Elderly – a Multistate Life Table Method. Population Research, 2009, No. 3.
  58. Jiang, Cheng and Zhang, Ying. 2011. The Impact of Education Level on Health—A Case Study of China’s Elderly. China Market, 3:40-46.
  59. Jiang, Leiwen. 2001. The Effects of Education and Occupation Changes on Human Fertility: Evidence from the Survey of Chinese Oldest-old. Chinese Journal of Population Science, Special Issue, 27-31.
  60. Jiao KS. 2010. Research on the Demand and Provision of Community Services for Chinese Old Person. Northwest Demography.
  61. Jiao, K,S. 2009. The Relationship between Activities of Daily Living and Death Risk in the Elderly in China. Medicine & Philosophy (Humanistic & Social Medicine Edition).
  62. Jiao, Kaishan. 2010. The Influence of Widowhood on Mortality among Chinese Elderly. Population Journal, 6:9-13.
  63. Purser, J.L. and Feng, Q.S. 2009. New Disability Classification of the Elderly in China. Wenwei Po, May 23th.
  64. Li D.M; Chen T.Y and Wu Z.Y. 2008. Life Satisfaction of Chinese Elderly and Its Related Factors.Chinese Mental Health Journal, 2008,22(7).
  65. Li, D.M; Chen, T.Y. and Li, H.F. 2009. The Impact of Community Services on Life Satisfaction among the Chinese Eldelry.Chinese Journal of Gerontology, 29.
  66. Li, D.M; Chen, T.Y.and Wu, Z.Y. 2008. Life Quality and Life Satisfaction among the Chinese Oldest Old in 1998-2005, Chinese Journal of Gerontology, 2008,28(19).
  67. Li, Deming; Chen, Tianyong and Wu, Zhenyun. 2007. Mental Status of the Oldest-old in China and Its Associated Factors. Chinese Mental Health Journal, 21(9), 614-617.
  68. Li, Deming; Chen, Tianyong and Wu, Zhenyun. 2007. Quality of Life and Subjective Well-being of the Aged in Chinese Countryside. Chinese Journal of Gerontology, 12, 1193-1196.
  69. Li, Deming; Chen, Tianyong and Wu, Zhenyun. 2008. Subjective Well-being of the Female Elderly in China and Its Infulential Factors. Chinese Journal of Gerontology, 8, 778-780.
  70. Li, Jianxin. 2004. Study on the Relationship between Social Support and Life Satisfaction of the Chinese Elderly. Chinese Journal of Population Science, Special Issue 43-47.
  71. Li, Jianxin. 2007. Social Support and Quality of Life of the Elderly in China. Population Research, 3,50-60.
  72. Li, J.X. and Li, Y., 2009. Gender Differences in Health Status among the Chinese Elderly, Population research,2,48-57.
  73. Li, Jianxinand Luo, Weixiang. 2007. Life Satisfaction of the Elderly from Individual and Social Comparative Perspectives. Chinese Journal of Population Science, No.4, 10-19.
  74. Li, Jianxin Li, Jiayu. 2012. Life Quality of Urban Empty-nested Elderly. Population Journal, 3:31-41.
  75. Li, Kai and Hao, Qin. 2004. Study on Healthy Life Expectancy among the Oldest-old in China. Chinese Journal of Gerontology, 10, 915-916.
  76. Li, Qiang; Gerstorf, Denis and Smith, Jacqui. 2004. Self-rated Well-being in the Oldest-old and Its Determinants. Chinese Journal of Population Science, Special Issue, 55-62.
  77. Li Qiang and Zhang Zhen. 2009.The Choice of Time Variable in Survival Analysis, Chinese Journal of Population Science.
  78. Li, Xiaozhen. 2009. Social Support Problems of the Oldest Old in China. Industrial & Science Tribune, 2, 14-15.
  79. Li, Zhiwu; Huang, Yueqin and Liu, Yuzhi. 2007. Survey on Cognitive Function and Its Influencing Factors in Aged People Over 65 Years Old in China.Journal of the Fourth Military Medical University, 16, 1518-1522.
  80. Liu, Guoen; Cai, Chunguang and Li, Lin. 2011. Medical Insurance and Medical Care Demand for the Elderly in China. Economic Research Journal, 3, 95-107.
  81. Liu, Guiping. 2004. Sociodemographic Effects on the Mortality Risk of Chinese Oldest-old. Chinese Journal of Population Science, Special Issue, 96-100.
  82. Liu, Hong; Gao, Song and Wang, Jun. 2011. The Impact of Elder-care Patterns on Chinese Elderly’s Health and Well-being. Economic Research Journal, 4, 80-93.
  83. Liu, Jin. 2004. The Effect of Number of Children on Quality of Living of the Chinese Rural Oldest-old. Chinese Journal of Population Science, Special Issue, 48-54.
  84. Liu, Jufen and Bai, Mingwen. 2004. Life Quality and Its Correlates among the Oldest-old in Being, Tianjin, Shanghai, and Chongqing. Chinese Journal of Population Science, Special Issue, 101-104.
  85. Liu, Wenli. 2008. Research on Psychology of Elderly in China. Chinese Journal of Geriatric Care No. 6, P.34-36.
  86. Liu Xianfeng and Tangjun. 2011. Social Security of the Elderly in China. Chinese Public Administration, 6, 20-23.
  87. Liu, Yuzhi. 2000. Current Status of the Female Aged People and Our Responsibility. Population & Economics, 6, 59-61.
  88. Liu, Yuzhi. 2001. Concerned about Gender Issues among Chinese People of Advanced Age. Collection of Women's Studies, 4, 47-51.
  89. Liu, Yuzhi and Chu, Junhong. 2001. Social Support of the Centenarians in China. Market & Demographic Analysis, 2, 10-18.
  90. Liu, Yuzhiand Zhang, Chunyuan. 2003. Current Situation, Problem and Countermeasures of Economic and Medical Security of the Oldest-old. Population & Economics, 1, 12-16.
  91. Liu, Yuzhi and Li, Qiang. 2004. Association of Self-rated Health and Mortality Risk among the Oldest-old in China. Chinese Journal of Population Science, 4, 28-35.
  92. Lu, Jiehua; Bai, Mingwen and Liu, Yuzhi. 2008. Study on Desired Living Arrangements for the Elderly in Urban. Population Journal, 11, 35-41.
  93. Ma, Qingkun. 2002. A comparative Study of Self-evaluation of Health among the Oldest-old. Northwest Population Journal, 2, 11-13.
  94. Ma, Qingkun and Huang, Xuexing. 2002. Analysis of Health Status and Lifestyles among the Oldest-old in Zhejiang Province, China. Chinese Journal of Gerontology, 2, 87-89.
  95. Niu, Biao and Xu Qin. 2001. Analysis of the Basic Psychological Functioning of the Chinese Oldest-old. Chinese Journal of Population Science, Special Issue, 53-56.
  96. Niu, Biao and Huang, Runlong. 2003. Gender Differential in Health Status among Oldest-old in China. Market & Demographic Analysis, 2, 51-57.
  97. Peng, Rong. 2012.Determinants of Un-meted Long-term Care Demands in Oldest Old of China. Chinese Journal of Gerontology. 32(7):3005-3008.
  98. Qi, Xin and Hao, Cai-hong. 2010. A Study on Social Support Status of the Oldest Old in Gender Perspective. Population & Economics, 4:78-82.
  99. Shen, Ke. 2008. The impact of Childhood SES on the Mortality Risk of China’s Oldest Old. Journal of Population Science, 3, 56-63.
  100. Shen Ke. 2010. Will the Enlargement of Pension Coverage Lead to Increase in Separate Living among the Urban Elderly?South China Journal of Economics.
  101. Shen, Ke and Cheng, Lingguo. 2012. Is Empty nested Living Arrangement Detrimental to Elderly Health?World Economic Papers, 2:89-103.
  102. Shi, Xiaoming and Yi Zeng. Strengthening the Healthy Aging Research to Face the Challenge of Population Aging. Chinese Journal of Preventive Medicine, 2010, 44 (2) (In Chinese).
  103. Shi, Xiaoming; Zhaoxue Yin; Hanzhu Qian; Yi Zhai; Yuzhi Liu; Jianwei Xu and Yi Zeng. 2010. An Analysis on Chronic Diseases and the Relevant Health Indicators of Centenarians in the Longevity Areas in China. Chinese Journal of Preventive Medicine,44 (2). (In Chinese) [Co-corresponding authors: Xiaoming Shi and Yi Zeng].
  104. Song, Xinming and Chen, Gong. 2001. A Review on the National Workshop on Health and Longevity. Market & Demographic Analysis, 2, 19-23.
  105. Song, Xinming and Chen, Gong. 2001. Impacts of Chronic Physical Diseases and Cognitive Functioning on the Activities of Daily Living of the Oldest-old. Chinese Journal of Population Science, Special Issue, 42-47.
  106. Song, Xinming, 2002. Application of Radit Analysis in Health Studies of the Elderly. Market & Demographic Analysis, 5, 38-41.
  107. Sun, Juanjuan and Wang, Qingqing. 2008. Childless Elderly in China: Present Statuses, Tendencies, and Characters. Population Research, 32(2): 73-80.
  108. Tao, Liqun. 2001. Activities of Daily Living and Daily Care of the Oldest-old. Chinese Journal of Population Science, Special Issue, 36-41.
  109. Tian, Feng and Zheng, Zhenzhen. 2004. Changes and Determinants of Self-rated Health among the Oldest-old in China. Chinese Journal of Population Science, Special Issue, 63-69.
  110. Wang, D.W. and Ye, W.Z.. 2006. Gender Differences in Health among the Chinese Elderly and Contributing Factors.Collection of Women's Studies, 4, 21-26.
  111. Wang, Dewen; Ye, Zhenwen; Zhu, Jianping; Wang, Jianhongand Lin, Hesen. 2004. Functioning of Activities of Daily Life and Its Determinants among Chinese Oldest-old. Chinese Journal of Population Science, Special Issue, 91-95.
  112. Wang, Dewen. 2008. The Impact of Living Arrangement and Health Care on the Change Pattern of Functional Status among the Chinese Elders. Statistical Research, 25(18): 69-73.
  113. Wang, Dewen and Tan, Xiaoqing. 2012. A Study on Healthy Life Expectancy Along with Population Aging. Journal of Fujian Jiangxia University, (2).
  114. Wang, Dewen. 2012. Assessment of the Elderly Care System in China. Journal of Xiamen University(Arts & Social Sciences), 4, 90-98.
  115. Wang Dewen; Xia Jingwen and Li yankai. 2013. Gender Differences on Health and Care for Empty-nested Elderly.Journal of Fujian Provincial Committee Party School of CPC, 1, 80-86.
  116. Wang, Jiabao. 2003. Smoking and mortality among Chinese oldest-old. Market & Demographic Analysis, 2, 44-50.
  117. Wang, Jinying. 2004. Correlation of Health with Financial Support from Children and Lifestyle among Chinese Oldest-old. Chinese Journal of Population Science, Special Issue, 22-28.
  118. Wang, Shuxin and Zeng, Xianxin. 2001. Gender Differences in the Activities of Daily Living of the Chinese Oldest-old. Chinese Journal of Population Science, Special Issue, 48-52.
  119. Wang, Ying; Fu, Chonghui and Li, Yuzhu. 2004. The Impact of Psychological Features of Chinese Elderly on Their Life Satisfaction. Population Science of China, Special Issue, 75-80.
  120. Wu, Cangping; Su, Ping; Chen, Jieand Wang, Anliu. 2001. Some Thoughts on Methodology of Studying Healthy Aging. Chinese Journal of Population Science, Special Issue, 101-106.
  121. Wu, X.W. 2009. Trajectories of Disability Evolvement among the Oldest Old in China--Application of the Group-based Approach, Population research, 33(4), 54-67.
  122. Wu, Deqing and Zhan, Jie. 2001. Relationship between Diet and Health of the Oldest Old. Population Science of China, Special Issue, 83-88.
  123. Wu, Lili. 2010. Life Expectancies of Activities of Daily Living among Chinese Elderly.Journal of Henan College of Education (Philosophy and Science), 2010, No. 1, Pp. 85-88.
  124. Wu, Xiaolan and Xu, Qin. 2004. An Analysis on the Basic Physical Function of the Oldest-old in China. Chinese Journal of Population Science, Special Issue, 105-110.
  125. Xiao, Zhenyu. 2001. China's Oldest-old: Current Status, Problems and Policy Suggestions. Chinese Journal of Population Science, Special Issue, 4-7.
  126. Xu, Jianwei; Xiaoming Shi; Zhaoxue Yin; Yuzhi Liu; Yi Zhai and Yi Zeng.2010. An Analysis of the Plasma Trace Element Levels of Long-life People Aged 90+ in Longevity Areas in China. Chinese Journal of Preventive Medicine, 2010, 44 (2) (In Chinese) [co-corresponding authors: Xiaoming Shi and Yi Zeng].
  127. Xu, Qin. 2001. Analysis of the Psychology of the Oldest-old. Population Journal, 5, 45-52.
  128. Xu, Qin. 2001. Identification and Examination of Ages among the Oldest-old. Market & Demographic Analysis, 2, 1-9.
  129. Xu, Qin and Gu, Danan. 2001. A Comparative Study on the Status of Health and Mortality between Rural and Urban Chinese Oldest-old. Chinese Journal of Population Science, Special Issue, 15-19.
  130. Xue, Weiling and Lu, Jiehua. 2012. A Study on Effect of Medical Insurance Status on the Aged Medical Expenses. Population Journal, 191(1):61-67.
  131. Yan P. 2007. Analysis on the Mental Health of Chinese Longevous Senior Citizens, Northwest Population Journal.
  132. Yuan, Ye. 2002. Activities of Daily Living of the Chinese Oldest-old and Long-term Care Policy. In Baohua Zhao (ed.). Policy Issues of Improvement of the Quality of Life of the Elderly in China, P.274-283. Beijing: Hualing Press.
  133. Yang JH and Chen ZG, 2010. Economic Poverty among the Elderly in the Era of Family Change: A Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis. Population Research.
  134. Yang JH, Jiang XQ and Chen ZG, 2010. A Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis of Influence Factor of Social Poverty among the Elderly. Journal of Population Studies.
  135. Yi W.N, Kang X.P. 2008. A Multilevel Analysis on Influential Factors of Cognitive Change among Chinese Oldest-old, Chinese Mental Health Journal.
  136. Yin, Zhaoxue; Xiaoming Shi; Jianwei Xu; Yi Zhai; Yuzhi Liu and Yi Zeng. 2010. The Levels of Superoxide Dismutase and Malondialdehyde in the Serum of Long-life people Aged 90+ in Longevity Areas in China: Status and Determinants. Chinese Journal of Preventive Medicine, 2010, 44 (2) (In Chinese) [co-corresponding authors: Xiaoming Shi and Yi Zeng].
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  138. Yin, Deting, 2007. A Study on the Disablement among the Elderly. Population and Economy, 4.
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  140. Yin, Deting. 2007. Longitudinal Analysis on the Changes of ADL Disability and Its Associated Factors among the Oldest-old in China. Population Journal, 4.
  141. Yin, Deting and Lu, Jiehua. 2007. Individual and Community Factors Associated with Activities of Daily Living among the Oldest-old: An Application of the HLM Method. Population Research, 2.
  142. Yin Shangjing and Dupeng. 2012. The Research of Long-Term Care Needs Condition and Tendency of the Elderly. Population Journal,2, 49-56.
  143. Yin Shangjing and Liu Chaoming.2011. Prevalence of Chronic Diseases and Affection on Ability of Daily Life among the Elderly.Chinese Journal of Social Medicine,4,257-259.
  144. Yin, Yin. 2012. Old-age Support and Mother’s Family Status: Sons Only or Both Sons and Daughters? Population Research, 6:100-109.
  145. Yuan, X.B. 2007. Analysis of Need and Provision of Care of Chinese Rural Oldest Old. Northwest Population Journal.
  146. Yuan, Xiaobo. 2008. Analysis of Change of the Degree of Life Satisfaction of the Oldest Old from 2000 to 2005. Northwest population, 29(4), 33-36.
  147. Yuan, X.B. 2009. The Burden on Adult Children to Care for the Aged and Its Determinants. Journal of Nanjing College for Population Programme Management, 25(2).
  148. Yuan, Xiao-bo. 2009. Study on the Positive Experience of the Adult Children Caring for their Old Parents. Population and Development, 7:65-69.
  149. Zeng, Xianxin. 2010. A Comprehensive Analysis of the Health of China’s Elderly Population. Population & Economics, 5:80-85.
  150. Zeng, Yi and Ke Shen. 2010. An Analysis on the Multi-dimensional Health Indicators of the Elderly in China. Chinese Journal of Preventive Medicine, 2010, 44 (2) (In Chinese).
  151. Zeng, Yi. 2001. The Main Features of Population Aging and Policy Considerations in China. Population & Economics, 5, 3-9.
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  153. Zeng, Yi and James W. Vaupel. 2004. Late Childbearing and Healthy Longevity.Population Research, No. 2, 2004.
  154. Zeng,Yi and James W. Vaupel. 2004. Mortality at Oldest Old Ages in China and a Comparison to Sweden and Japan. Population and Economics, No. 3, 2004.
  155. Zeng, Yi and Wang, Zhenlian. 2004. Family Structure and Living Arrangement of the Chinese Elderly. Chinese Journal of Population Science, 5, 2-8.
  156. Zeng,Yi. 2004. New Progress and Perspectives of the Chinese Longitudinal HealthyLongevitySurvey. Chinese Journal of Population Science, special issue. 2004.
  157. Zeng,Yi; Liu Yuzhi; Zhang Chunyuan and Xiao Zhenyu. 2004. Socioeconomic and HealthStatus of the Oldest-Old in China. Chinese Journal of Population Science, special issue, 2004.
  158. Zeng,Yi; Danan Gu and Ken Land. 2007. Extension of the Method for Estimating the Health Life Expectancy and Application to the Chinese Oldest-Old. Chinese Journal of Population Science, No. 6, 2007.
  159. Zeng, Yi and Gu, Danan. 2002. International Studies on Trend in Life Quality of the Elderly. Population Science of China, 5: 59-69.
  160. Zeng, Yi, etc. 2001. A Survey on Health Longevity and ADL Life Expectancy of the Chinese Oldest-old in 1998. Population Science of China, 3: 9-16.
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  163. Zhan, Jie. 2004. A Study on the Nursing of Chinese Oldest-old before Their Death. Chinese Journal of Population Science, Special Issue, 121-123.
  164. Zhang, Chunyuan. 2001. A Study of the Relations between the Education Level of Senile People and Their Health Conditions as well as Longevity. South China Population 3, 1-5.
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  167. Zhang, Qiuxia. 2004. Study on the Psychological Status and the Healthy Longevity of the Oldest-old in China. Journal of Population Science, Special Issue, 86-90.
  168. Zhang, Wenjuan. 2006. Sons, Daughters and Personal Care for the Chinese Oldest-old People. Population and Economic, 6, 9-18.
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  170. Zhang, Zhen. 2001. Determinants of the Living Arrangement of the Chinese Oldest-old. Chinese Journal of Population Science, Special Issue, 71-77.
  171. Zhang, Zhen. 2002. The Impact of Intergenerational Support on Mortality of the Oldest-old in China. Population Research, 5, 55-62.
  172. Zhang, Zhen. 2004. The Effect of Caregiving from Children on Health Status of the Elderly: Protection or Selection. Journal of Population Science, Special Issue, 29-36.
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  175. Zhi, Yulin. 2004. An Analysis of Informal Social Support System of Old Women: A Case from Zhejiang Province. Journal of the China Women’s College. 5, 45-49.
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  181. Zhou, Yun. 2001. Inter-generational Family Relations of the Oldest-old. Chinese Journal of Population Science, Special Issue, 32-35.
  182. Zhou, Yun. 2002. Distribute Medical Resources Properly and Improve Quality of Life of the Elderly. Market and Demographic Analysis, 6, 51-56.
  183. Zhou, Yun. 2004. An Analysis of Teeth Loss among the Chinese Oldest-old. Journal of Population Science, Special Issue, 128-130.
  184. Zhou, Yun and Ren, Qiang. 2001. Longevity among Direct Kin in China. Chinese Journal of Population Science, Special Issue, 24-26.
  185. Zhou, Yun and Ren, Qiang. 2004. Sex Ratio of Their Children Born 1910 to 1969 among the Oldest-old in China. Journal of Peking University: Social Sciences, 4, 103-109.
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     B4. List of Ph.D. and Master Degree Theses and passed defense in Chinese universities (subtotal: 42)

  1. Xiong,Bo.2011. Long-term Care Patterns and Policy Decision for the Elderly. Huazhong University of Science and Technology (in China).
  2. Feng, Huang.2010. Health Needs and Health Insurance Reform Research in the Urban of China. Southwestern University of Finance and Economics. October (in China).
  3. Chen Huashuai. 2010.Theoretical Study of the Impact of Marital Quality on Health and Care giving cost of Chinese Elderly, Peking University (in China).
  4. Gu, Danan. 2001. Healthy Longevity and Its Determinants. Ph.D. Degree Thesis, Peking University. June (in China).
  5. Jiang, Cheng. 2008. The Analysis and Prediction on the ADL Care Cost for the Chinese Elderly. Ph.D. Degree Thesis, Peking University. October (in China).
  6. Li, Qiang. 2004. Subjective Well-being and Healthy Longevity among the Oldest-old in China. Ph.D. Degree Thesis, Peking University(in China).
  7. Tong, L.M. 2008. Analysis of the Japanese Nursing Care System and Its Implications for Shanghai, Ph.D. Degree Thesis.
  8. Wang Jiabao. Life Style and the Health and Survival of Oldest-old. Ph.D. Degree Thesis. Peking University (in China).
  9. Yin, Deting. 2006. Multilevel Analysis of ADL Disability among the Oldest-old. Ph.D. Degree Thesis. Peking University. June (in China).
  10. Zeng, Xianxin. 2008. Analysis of Relationships of Elderly Supports and Health Longevity of Elderly in China. Ph.D. Degree Thesis, Peking University. November (in China).
  11. Zhang YM. 2008. The Existing Living Circumstance and Needs of Elderly Woman in China, East China Normal University, Shanghai (in China).
  12. Zhang, Zhen. 2004. Impact of Intergenerational Support on Healthy Longevity. Ph.D. Degree Thesis, Peking University.  June (in China).
  13. Ao, Jin. 2004.Risk Factors of Cognitive Functioning of the Chinese Oldest-old. Master Degree Thesis, Peking University. June (in China).
  14. Cai, Tianji. 2004.Gender Effect on Self-reported Health with Mortality.Master Degree Thesis, Peking University.June (in China).
  15. Chen, Jiangtao. 2000. Assessment of Health Status and Its Determinants: A Case Study. Master Degree Thesis, Peking University.June (in China).
  16. Long,Chen.2008. How Life Style and Family Members Affect the Oldest-old’s Health: a Comparative Research on Life Course. Master Degree Thesis, Peking University (in China).
  17. Yan,Cheng. 2010. Chronic Distribution Trait and Determinants of the Oldest-old in China. Master Degree Thesis,Central University of Finance and Economics (in China).
  18. Cui, Liwei. 2005.Dynamics of Healthy Life Expectancy among the Oldest-old in China. Master Degree Thesis, Peking University, June (in China).
  19. Deng Xinghua. Relative Factors on Life Satisfaction of Oldest-old in China. Master Degree Thesis, Peking University (in China).
  20. Feng,Dong.2009. Dynamic Effects on Losing Spouse to Health of Oldest-old: Some Proofs Come from China. Master Degree Thesis, Peking University (in China).
  21. Du Zhengming.2010. Difference of Health Longevity in Activities of Daily Living among the Chinese Elderly from2002 to 2005. Master Degree Thesis, Peking University (in China).
  22. Fan, Xuezhi. 2003. An Evidence Based Study on Living Arrangements and Health Changes among the Oldest-old in China. Master Degree Thesis, Peking University.June (in China).
  23. He S. 2004. Study on Current Life and Life Satisfaction of the Oldest Old People in Fujian Province, Master Degree Thesis, Xiamen University (in China).
  24. Hu Hongjian. 2010. Research on the Health of the Oldest Old of China, Jinlin University.
  25. Li,Danlu.2012. Research on the Supporting Resources and Influencing Factors of the Oldest Old in Urban and Rural Areas. Master Degree Thesis,Capital University of Business and Economics (in China).
  26. Li, Xuepeng. 2000. Socioeconomic Factors Associated with Healthy Longevity among the Oldest-old in Guangxi Province, China. Master Degree Thesis, Peking University. June (in China).
  27. Li, Yi. 2007. The Social Stratification of Health: theCase of Older Chinese. Master Degree Thesis. Peking University. June (in China).
  28. Lin, H. 2003. Study on the Informal Care and Its Determinants among the Oldest old in China, Master Degree Thesis, China Academy of Social Sciences.
  29. Liu X.H. 2006. The Effect of Marital Status and Living Arrangement on Health of the Elderly, Master Degree Thesis.
  30. Luo, WeiXiang. 2008. Age Differences in Life Satisfaction among the Elderly. Mater Degree Thesis. Peking University. June (in China).
  31. Ren, Hong. 2006. Factors Associated with Care Needs and Costs before Dying among the Chinese Elderly. Master Degree Thesis. Peking University, June (in China).
  32. Tian, Feng. 2004. Analysis of Self-rated Health among the Oldest-old. Master Degree Thesis, Peking University. June (in China).
  33. Wang, Haidong. 2004. Determinants of Living Arrangements and their Relations with Mortality among Chinese Oldest-old. Master Degree Thesis, Peking University. June (in China).
  34. Wang, Hongbo. 2001. Community Longevity and Its Non-individual Factors. Master Degree Thesis, Peking University.  June (in China).
  35. Wang, Ying. 2004. Positive and Passive Attitudes and Impacts on Life Satisfaction among Chinese Elderly. Master Degree Thesis, Peking University.June (in China).
  36. Wu,B.Y. 2006. On Healthy Statement of Female Advanced-ages, Master Degree Thesis, Hebei University (in China).
  37. Feng,Wu.2009.Gender Inequality on Health and Medicine of the Elderly in China. Master Degree Thesis, Peking University (in China).
  38. Yan,Xing.2010.Subjective Quality of Life of the Oldest-old. Master Degree Thesis, Central University of Finance and Economics (in China).
  39. Xu JL. 2006. Study on the Current Situation, the Trend and Strategies of the Oldest-Old in China. Jilin University (in China).
  40. Xu Zhenhua. 2010. Effect of Living Arrangement to Health Status of Oldest-old. Master Degree Thesis, Peking University (in China).
  41. Zhang, Yiduo. 2001. Physical health condition before dying among the oldest-old in China. Master Degree Thesis, Peking University.June (in China).
  42. Zhou, Hui. 2004. Familial piety in elderly care and its determinants. Master Degree Thesis, Peking University.June (in China).   

 

   
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