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Amanda Sonnega

Assistant Research Scientist, Institute for Social Research

University of Michigan

Amanda Sonnega is Assistant Research Scientist at the Institute for Social Research at the University of Michigan.  She received her Ph.D. in Public Health Psychology from Johns Hopkins University. Dr. Sonnega's research focuses on topics in health psychology and aging as well as intergenerational transfers.

Associated Research Projects

UM16-10: Issue Brief: Occupational Differences in Rates of Cognitive Decline
UM16-03: Occupational Transitions Among Older Workers
UM15-01: Changing Work Demands and Compositional Changes in Occupations: Effects on Expected Retirement
UM12-05: New Analysis of HRS Data on Intergenerational Transfers
UM10-14: New HRS Data on Intergenerational Transfers