Research Fellow, Population Studies Center.
Ph.D., Sociology and Demography, Penn State University
Reyes's research focuses on family demography and health disparities across the life course, particularly as adults grow older. Her current work continues her investigation of intergenerational family relations by examining not just living arrangements but economic transfers across generations and their consequences for a variety of well-being outcomes. She is also interested in how these intergenerational family dynamics have changed over time.
Select Aging Publications
Garcia, Marc, Adriana Reyes, Brian Downer, Joseph Saenz, Rafael Ternent, and Mukaila Raji. Forthcoming. "Age of Migration and the Incidence of Cognitive Impairment: A Cohort Study of Elder Mexican Americans." Innovation in Aging.
Garcia, Marc A., and Adriana Reyes. Forthcoming. "Prevalence and Trends in Morbidity and Disability Among Older Mexican Americans in the Southwestern United States, 1993-2013." Research on Aging.
Garcia, Marc, and Adriana Reyes. Forthcoming. "Physical Functioning and Disability Trajectories by Age of Migration Among Mexican Elders in the United States." Journals of Gerontology B: Psychological and Social Sciences.
Crystal, Stephen, Dennis G. Shea, and Adriana Reyes. 2017. "Cumulative Advantage, Cumulative Disadvantage, and Evolving Patterns of Late-Life Inequality." Gerontologist, 57(5): 910-920.
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