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Thursday, June 23

Friday, June 24


Michelle Blocklin, Susan McHale, Kelly Davis, Kimberly Walter, David Almeida, Laura Klein, “Time Spent in Daily Activities and Stress Physiology in Adolescence.”

Rachel Connelly, Jean Kimmel, “Differences by Education in Couples' Division of Unpaid Household Labor and Child Care.”

Michael Corey, Rebecca Ryan, “Reconsidering Childcare Decisions : The Share Hypothesis.”

Adrian de la Garza, Carolina Rodriguez Zamora, “Time Use Patterns in Mexico and the United States.”

Mark Ellwood, “The Inefficiency of Overtime.”

Ilana Fischer, David Silver, Jeffrey S. Zax, “Dinner with the Children.”

Jonathan Gershuny, “Too Many Zeros : Estimating Long-term Time Use from Day-diary Data.”

Teresa Harms, Jonathan Gershuny, “Reviving U.S. Diary Studies from the 1920s and 1930s.”

Rachelle Hill, “Sleepless Nights or Sleeping Through It : The Impact of the 2008 / 2009 Economic Recession on American Sleep Patterns.”

Jennifer Hook, “Working at the Weekend : Fathers' Time with Children in the United Kingdom.”

Gray Kimbrough, “What Drives Gender Differences in Commuting Behavior ?”

Cecilia Rios-Aguilar, Benjamin Villena-Roldan, “Estimating Direct Effects of Parental Time-investment on Children's Cognitive and Non-cognitive Outcomes.”

Liana Sayer, “Gender Equality and Time Together for Partnered British, French, Dutch, and American Parents.”

Juliane Scheffel, “Do Wage Differentials Compensate Enough ? Compensating Wage Differntials and the Impact on Social Life.”

Younghwan Song, “Minimum Wages and Teen Time Use.”

Catrine Tudor-Locke, Claudia Leonardi, William D. Johnson, Timothy S. Church, Peter T. Katzmarzyk, “Time Spent in Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviors on the Working Day : The American Time Use Survey.”

Christina Wolfe, Jennifer L. Hook, “Housework Revisited : A Cross-national Comparison of Cohabiting and Married Households.”