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Self-reported vs. objective measures of health in retirement models

John Bound

Self-reported vs. objective measures of health in retirement models

by John Bound

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Labor supply -- Statistical methods.,
  • Health status indicators -- Economic aspects -- Econometric models.,
  • Retirement age -- Economic aspects -- Econometric models.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJohn Bound.
    SeriesNBER working paper series -- working paper no. 2997, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 2997.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination29, 5 p. ;
    Number of Pages29
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22437409M

      The self-reported measures may have been too crude to detect modest changes. Although measures of health status and physical function are most important for assessing the population-level effects of changes in health policy, the effect of changes in medication use may first become apparent in improvements in surrogate measures (for example   The aim of the study is to examine the associations of sleep characteristics with health-related quality of life (HRQOL) and sleep health disparities among US young adults using national survey data. The study sample consisted of 2, young adults aged 20–39 years from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey – HRQOL was assessed using the Centers for Disease

      This paper sheds light on the causal relationship between education and health outcomes. We combine three surveys (SHARE, HRS and ELSA) that include nationally representative samples of people aged 50 and over from fourteen OECD countries. We use variation in the timing of educational reforms across these countries as an instrument for :// About half attempted text4baby self-enrollment (/), with enrollment success more likely among women with more education (80 % with some college vs. 62 % with less education), with household income above $10, (61 % $10, vs. 83 % $10,$20, and 76 % > $20,), and among women living in smaller households (77 % members vs. 58 +arts/s/ga/e/

    Background Loss of physical functioning is an early marker of declining health in older people. The objective of this study was to examine the age-related trajectories of physical functioning among those in full-time work and retirement. Methods Based on the Health and Retirement Study, participants who were working full-time or were in full-time retirement and 65–85 years of age during the project examining the association between financial strain and health over time using newly available measures in the Health and Retirement Study. Conceptual framework Our conceptual framework draws from models of the stress process (Pearlin et al., ) and recent work on sources of reserve capacity (Matthews, Gallo, & Taylor, ).


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NBER Working Paper No. Issued in June NBER Program(s):Economics of Aging Labor supply estimates are sensitive to the measures of health   Abstract. Labor supply estimates are sensitive to the measures of health used. When self reported measures are used health seems to playa larger role and economic factors a smaller one than when more objective measures are used" While most authors have interpreted these results as an indication of the biases inherent in using self-reported measures, there are reasons to be suspicious of ?abstract_id= Downloadable.

Labor supply estimates are sensitive to the measures of health used. When self reported measures are used health seems to playa larger role and economic factors a smaller one than when more objective measures are used" While most authors have interpreted these results as an indication of the biases inherent in using self-reported measures, there are reasons to be suspicious of Get this from a library.

Self-Reported vs. Objective Measures of Health in Retirement Models. [John Bound; National Bureau of Economic Research.;] -- Labor supply estimates are sensitive to the measures of health used. When self reported measures are used health seems to playa larger role and economic factors a smaller one than when more objective Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bound, John.

Self-reported vs. objective measures of health in retirement models. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research, [] When self-reported measures are used health seems to play a larger role and economic factors a smaller one than when more objective measures are used.

While most authors have interpreted these results as an indication of the biases inherent in using self-reported measures, there are reasons to be suspicious of estimates based on more objective   Self-Reported vs. Objective Measures of Health in Retirement Models.

John Bound. NoNBER Working Papers from National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc Abstract: Labor supply estimates are sensitive to the measures of health used. When self reported measures are used health seems to playa larger role and economic factors a smaller one than when more objective measures :nbr:nberwo Self-reported vs.

objective measures of health in retirement models (No. National Bureau of Economic Research. has been cited by the following article: Article. Smallholder Farmers’ Willingness to Pay for Improved Cookstoves in Dedza, Malawi. Emily McNulty 1, Thea Nielsen 1, Manfred Zeller   Methods On the basis of the Health and Retirement Study, participants who were working at baseline () and completely retired during the follow-up period from to were included.

Healthy retirees (n=) were defined as individuals who self-reported health was not an important reason to retire. The association of retirement age with all-cause mortality was analysed The purpose of this study was to investigate the association between subjective life expectancy (SLE) and self-rated health and further SLE will predict higher risk for mortality.

Data from the Korean Longitudinal Study of Aging (KLoSA) from to was assessed using longitudinal data analysis research subjects were included at baseline in   Several studies have demonstrated that perceived financial status has a significant impact on health status among the elderly.

However, little is known about whether such a subjective perception interacts with objective socioeconomic status (SES) measures such as education that affect the individual's health.

This research used data from the Survey of Health and Living Status of the Middle Quinn () compared the subjective account of partial retirement to objective measures, such as labour force status and annual hours worked and concludes that the self-evaluation is generally consistent with the quantitative indicators (see also Gustman and Steinmeier, b), but the opposite has also been argued (Murray, ; Ruhm, ).

Lindholm E, Brevinge H, Bergh CH, Korner U, Lundholm K: Relationships between self-reported health related quality of life and measures of standardized exercise capacity and metabolic efficiency in a middle-aged and aged healthy population.

Qual Life Res. 12 (5): /A Eight measures of self-reported physician-diagnosed health conditions were hypertension, arthritis, diabetes, heart problems, cancer, stroke, chronic lung disease, and emotional or psychiatric problem. There were fewer than % missing values in health outcomes in the HRS and fewer than % in Self-reported and objectively-determined neighborhood built characteristics are associated with physical activity, yet little is known about their combined influence on walking.

This study: 1) compared self-reported measures of the neighborhood built environment between objectively-determined low, medium, and high walkable neighborhoods; 2) estimated the relative associations between self   Green spaces are associated with improved health, but little is known about mechanisms underlying such association.

We aimed to assess the association between greenness exposure and subjective general health (SGH) and to evaluate mental health status, social support, and physical activity as mediators of this :// Ceri Sedgley, in Tidy's Physiotherapy (Fifteenth Edition), Health outcomes.

Health outcomes measure a change in the health status of an individual or a group which can be attributed to intervention. Utilising health outcomes of care will determine the impact of the process of care or intervention on the patient's life by using specific measures before and after :// Similar results have been reported when comparing objective and subjective measures of sleep amongst anxious children.

Alfano et al. () reported that parent and child reported sleep problems were worse in anxious compared to control children, but no between‐group differences were found for actigraphy‐based sleep ://   This paper explores which demographic characteristics substantially bias self-reported physical and cognitive health status of older Europeans.

The analysis utilises micro-data for 19 European countries from the Survey of Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe to compare performance-tested outcomes of mobility and memory with their self-reported ://?id=/ The World Health Organization’s definition of health clearly underscores the importance of well-being: “Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.”Well-being is a broad construct that encompasses multiple dimensions, which can essentially be divided into two large domains: objective and subjective ://.

Furthermore, both ADL and IADL performance were assessed based on self-reports by the participants, which might be different from objective measures.

However, it has been demonstrated that the concordance between self-reported disability and objective measures is high [41,42,43]. Lastly, residual confounding is an inevitable issue in   Commonly used objective measures of dynamic balance and fall risk include the Dynamic Gait Index, Functional Gait Assessment, Four Step Square Test (step over objects forward, sideways, and backwards), and the Timed Up and Go test.

A patient reported measure of activity related fear of falls from imbalance is the Tinetti Falls Efficacy ://Objective measures of loneliness and poor social contacts are associated with negative health outcomes.

However, the influence of subjective loneliness among elderly persons is poorly documented. We hypothesized that loneliness among persons aged 70–90 years is associated with subsequent decline in health, function, and ://