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467 Wed, 8/6/2014, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-156A
Survey Methods and Estimation - 1 — Contributed Papers
Survey Research Methods Section , Government Statistics Section
Chair(s): John Hall, Mathematica Policy Research   
8:35 AM Evaluation of Efficiency of Standard Regression Mixed Model--Based BLUP Estimators in Household Surveys Assuming Unequal Error Variances Prabhakar Ghangurde
8:50 AM Undergraduates' Statistics Anxiety and Mathematics Anxiety: Are They Similar or Different Constructs? Soofia Malik, University of Wyoming
9:05 AM On Weight Smoothing in the Current Employment Statistics Survey Michael Sverchkov, Bureau of Labor Statistics ; Julie Gershunskaya, BLS
9:20 AM Item Nonresponse: Modeling the Impact of Probing Don't Knows Chris Skinner, London School of Economics ; Jouni Kuha, London School of Economics ; Myrsini Katsikatsou, London School of Economics ; Sarah Butt, City University
9:35 AM Using the Fraction of Missing Information (FMI) to Identify Auxiliary Variables for Imputation Procedures via Proxy Pattern-Mixture Models Jenny Thompson, U.S. Census Bureau ; Rebecca R. Andridge, Ohio State University
9:50 AM Floor Discussion

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