Anastasia Snyder

Associate Professor

Department of Human Sciences, Ohio State University

NLS user since 2009

Citations
  • Jang, B. & Snyder, A. (2015). Moving and union formation in the transition to adulthood in the United States. Advances in Life Course Research. Vol 23, p. 44-55.
  • Jang, B, Casterline, J, & Snyder, A.R. (2014). Migration and Marriage: Modeling the Joint Process. Demographic Research, 30, 1339-1366.
  • Sandberg-Thoma, S, Snyder, A.R. & Jang, B. (2015). Exiting from and Returning to the Parental Home for Boomerang Kids.” Journal of Marriage and Family.
  • Sznajder-Murry, B., Jang, B., Slesnick, N. and Snyder, A.R. (forthcoming). Longitudinal Predictors of Homelessness: Findings from the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth-97. Journal of Youth Studies.
  • Kamp Dush, C., Jang, J. & Snyder, A.R. (in review) Intimacy and isolation in emerging adulthood: Union formation and dissolution across cohorts. Journal of Marriage and Family
  • Jang, J. & Snyder, A.R. (under review) Home leaving and living arrangements of emerging adults in the United States. Journal of Marriage and Family.
Why I chose NLS data

The NLSY97 and NLSY79 are great data sets to use to study all domains of the transition to adulthood in the U.S., and to compare outcomes across two cohorts.