J R Wilmoth
Affiliation: University of California
- Rectangularization revisited: variability of age at death within human populationsJ R Wilmoth
Department of Demography, University of California, Berkeley 2232, USA
Demography 36:475-95. 1999..The United States is characterized by a relatively high degree of variability, compared with both Sweden and Japan. We suggest that the historical compression of mortality may have had significant psychological and behavioral impacts...
- Increase of maximum life-span in Sweden, 1861-1999J R Wilmoth
Department of Demography, University of California, Berkeley, CA 94720 2120, USA
Science 289:2366-8. 2000..The more rapid rise in the maximum age since 1969 is due to the faster pace of old-age mortality decline during recent decades...
- Demography of longevity: past, present, and future trendsJ R Wilmoth
Department of Demography, University of California, 2232 Piedmont Avenue, Berkeley, CA 94720 2120, USA
Exp Gerontol 35:1111-29. 2000..Such methods suggest that life expectancy at birth in industrialized countries will be about 85-87years at the middle of the 21st century...
- The lifetime risk of maternal mortality: concept and measurementJohn Wilmoth
Department of Demography, University of California, Berkeley, CA, USA
Bull World Health Organ 87:256-62. 2009..A clear and concise discussion of both its underlying concept and methods of measurement is badly needed...
- LONGEVITY AND MORTALITY IN INDUSTRIALIZED SOCIETIESJohn Wilmoth; Fiscal Year: 2007..Lastly, both the substantive and methodological parts of this project will be aided by our continuing efforts to develop the Human Mortality Database, which is used widely by other researchers as well. ..
- LONGEVITY AND MORTALITY IN INDUSTRIALIZED SOCIETIESJohn Wilmoth; Fiscal Year: 2002....
- MEASUREMENT AND ANALYSIS OF OLDEST-OLD MORTALITYJohn Wilmoth; Fiscal Year: 1993..S., with particular attention given to the comparative quality of mortality data by state...
- Studies in Global MortalityJohn R Wilmoth; Fiscal Year: 2010..Estimating mortality and its causes is an important step in determining the relative importance of factors preventing longer life, and as such are directly relevant to the goals of the National Institute on Aging. ..