JSM 2011 Online Program

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Activity Details

427 Tue, 8/2/2011, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-Hall D
Contributed Oral Poster Presentations: Section on Survey Research Methods — Contributed Poster Presentations
Section on Survey Research Methods
Chair(s): Benmei Liu, National Cancer Institute
47: The Impact of Visual Design in Survey Cover Letters on Response and Web Take-Up Rates William Mockovak, Bureau of Labor Statistics
48: Comparison of Variance Estimates in a National Health Survey Karen E. Davis, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality ; Van Parsons, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
49: Combined Methods for Imputing School Variables in Principal Data Files Yan Wang, American Institutes for Research ; Matthew Doyle, American Institutes for Research
50: Estimating the Bias Resulting from the Exclusion of Cell Phone-Only Respondents — Burton Levine, RTI International ; Christine Davies, RTI International ; Bonnie Shook-Sa, RTI International
51: Using Isotonic Regression to Estimate Order-Restricted Health Indicators for the 1997-2006 National Health Interview Survey Van Parsons, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
52: Overcoming Challenges to Sample Design in Iraq David Peng, D3 Systems, Inc.
54: An Overview of Following Rules in Household Panels and Their Effect on Sample Size Matthias Schonlau, RAND Corporation ; Nicole Watson, University of Melbourne ; Martin Kroh, German Institute for Economic Research (DIW)
55: Day-of-Week, Time-of-Year, and Meteorological Effects on Items on a Local Health Survey Kevin J. Konty, New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
57: Decomposing the Fraction of Missing Information Into Auxiliary Variable Contributions for Monitoring Survey Data Rebecca Andridge, The Ohio State University
58: Comparison of Sampling Methods for a School-Based Population Alana Christie, The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center ; Barbara Neas, The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
59: The Nonverbal Response Card Method for Soliciting Responses to Sensitive Questions David P. Lindstrom, Brown University ; Megan Klein Hattori, Brown University

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