Results of Search for Publications by NLTCS section: Active Lifetime Expectancy
Active Life Expectancy Among the Elderly in Selected Asian Countries. Lamb VL. Nihon University Population Research Institute Paper Series (Tokyo, Japan). 1999. No. 69, March.
Active life expectancy estimates for US elderly population: Multidimenstional continuous mixture model of functional change applied to completed cohorts, 1982 to 1996. Manton KG, Land KC. Demography. 2000. 37(3):253-65. Abstract.
Active Life Expectancy in the US Elderly Population 1982-1991: Dynamic Equilibria of Mortality and Disability. Manton KG, Stallard E, Corder LS. Center for Demographic Studies. 1993. Duke University.
Active Life Expectancy Research in the United States and Canada. Lamb VL. 1995. in WHO-Collaborating Center for Well-Being in Aging, Active (Disability-Free) Life Expectancy, WHO-CC Monograph No. 3. pp37-44. Sendai, Japan: WHO-Collaborating Center for Well-Being in Aging, Tohoku University School of Medicine.
An Overview of Research on Models of Mortality and Longevity in the Elderly Population. Manton KG. Presented to the National Institute on Aging, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland. 1980. July 30, 1980.
Biodemographic trajectories of longevity. Vaupel JW, Carey JR, Christensen K, Johnson TE, Yashin AI, Holm NV, Iachine IA, Kannisto V, Khazaeli AA, Liedo P, Longo VD, Zeng Y, Manton KG, Curtsinger JW. Science. 1998. 280:855-860. Abstract
Comment on Robert L Brown's "Social Security: Regressive or Progressive?". Manton KG, Land KC. North American Actuarial Journal. 1998. 2:27-28. Full Text
Cross-Sectional Estimates Of Active Life Expectancy For The US Elderly And Oldest-Old Populations. Manton KG, Stallard E. Journal of Gerontology. 1991. 46(3):S170-82. Abstract.
Current trends in healthy life expectancy and declining disability rates in the USA. Manton KG. World Health Report 1998: Life in the 21st Century? Vision for All. 1998. World Health Organization:Geneva, Switzerland.
Differential life expectancy: Possible explanations during the later ages. Chapter 5 in Manton KG. Minority Aging: Sociological and Social Psychological Issues, Contributions in Ethnic Studies. 1982. Number 8 (Manual RC, Ed.). Westport, Conn., Greenwood Press. pp. 63-68.
Education specific estimates of life expectancy and age specific disability in the US elderly population: 1982 to 1991. Manton KG, Stallard E, Corder LS. Journal of Aging and Health. 1997. 9:419-450. Abstract.
Forecasts of active life expectancy - Policy and fiscal implications. Manton KG, Stallard E, Liu K. Journal of Gerontology. 1993. 48:11-26. Abstract.
Health and life expectancy. Manton KG. Brocklehurst? Textbook of Geriatric Medicine and Gerontology. 2001. 6th edition. Churchill Livingston:London, in press.
Health loss due to unobserved morbidity: a design based approach to minimize nonsampling error in active life expectation estimates. Corder LS, Woodbury MA, Manton KG. John Libbey Eurotext and Les Editions. 1993. INSERM, France.
Healthy Life Expectancy of the Elderly in Eastern Mediterranean Countries. Lamb VL, Myers GC, Andrews GR. 1995. in C.D. Mathers, J. McCallum and J-M Robine (eds.) Advances in Health Expectancies. pp.383-91. Australian Institute of Health and Welfare: AGPS, Canberra.
Limits to Human Life Expectancy: Evidence, Prospects, and Implications. Manton KG, Stallard E, Tolley HD. Population and Development Review. 1991. 17(4):603-637.
Longevity and long-lived populations. Manton KG. Encyclopedia of Gerontology. 1996. Birren JE, Ed. Academic Press:San Diego.
Longevity in the United States: Age and sex specific evidence on life span limits from mortality patterns: 1960-1990. Manton KG, Stallard E. Journal of Gerontology: Biological Sciences. 1996. 51A(5):B362-B375. Abstract.
New Biotechnologies and the Limits to Life Expectancy. Manton KG. Future Demographic Trends in Europe and North America What Can We Assume Today?. 1991. London: Academic Press. 6:97-115.
New methods for analyzing active life expectancy. Laditka SB, Wolf DA. Journal of Aging and Health. 1998. 10(2):214.
Past and Future Life Expectancy Increases at Later Ages: Their Implications for the Linkage of Chronic Morbidity, Disability, and Mortality. Manton KG. Journal of Gerontology. 1986. 41(5):672-681. Abstract.
Risk Factor Dynamics, Mortality and Life Expectancy Differences between Eastern and Western Finland: the Finnish Cohorts of the Seven Countries Study. Pekkanen Juha, Manton KG, Stallard E, Nissinen Aulikki, Karvonen Martti J. International Journal of Epidemiology. 1992. 21(2):406-419.
Sources of Data for Assessing Healthy Life Expectancy. Lamb VL, Myers GC. 1992. Pp. 117-123 in J.M. Robine, M. Blanchet and J.E. Dowd (eds). Health Expectancy. London: HMSO.
The Effect of Altering ADL Thresholds on Active Life Expectancy Estimates Among Older Persons. Lynch SM, Brown JS, Harmsen KG. Journal of Gerontology: Soc Sci. 2003. 58B(3):S171.
The limits of longevity and their implications for health and mortality in developed countries. Manton KG, Stallard E, Corder LS. UN-CBGS Symposium on Health and Mortality. 1999. (Presented at the Symposium on Health and Mortality, Brussels, Belgium, November 19-22, 1998.) Full Text. Table 1. Figure 1. Figure 2.
Theoretical Perspectives on Healthy Life Expectancy. Lamb VL, Myers GC. 1993. Pp. 109-119 in J.M. Robine, C.D. Mathers, M.R. Bone, and I. Romieu (eds.) Calculations of Health Expectancies. Montrouge, France: John Libbey Eurotext.