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520 Wed, 8/6/2014, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-Exhibit Hall B2
Contributed Oral Poster Presentations: Survey Research Methods Section — Contributed Poster Presentations
Survey Research Methods Section
Chair(s): Daniel S. Cooley, Colorado State University   
53: Three-Stage Optimal Sampling Plans for Group Testing Data Osval Antonio Montesinos Lopez, University of Nebraska ; Kent M. Eskridge, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
55: Ordered Sample Scatterplots for Displaying Survey Data Edward Mulrow, NORC at the University of Chicago ; Susan Hinkins, NORC at the University of Chicago ; Fritz Scheuren, NORC at the University of Chicago
56: Interval Estimation of a Finite Population Proportion Using Randomized Response Jesse Frey, Villanova University
57: Bayesian Models for Binary Responses with Markov Dependence Michelle Marcovitz, Baylor University ; John W. Seaman, Baylor University
58: Experiences with Face-to-Face Surveys in Africa Matthias Schonlau, University of Waterloo ; Christian Boudreau, University of Waterloo ; Peter Driezen, University of Waterloo ; Susan Kaai, University of Waterloo ; Anne Chiew Kin Quah, University of Waterloo ; Mary Thompson, University of Waterloo ; Geoffrey Fong, University of Waterloo
59: Impact of Changing the Number of Interview Waves in the NCVS Ivan Carrillo-Garcia, RTI International ; Marcus Berzofsky, RTI International
60: Project Talent: An Overview of Characteristics and Performance of Students from Immigrant Families Zhulin He ; Alan F. Karr, NISS ; Michael P. Cohen, American Institutes for Research ; Deanna Lyter Achorn, American Institutes for Research ; Danielle Battle, American Institutes for Research
61: Designing Flexibility for State Samples into the Redesigned 2016 National Health Interview Survey (NHIS) Van Parsons, NCHS
62: A Bayesian Approach to Incorporating Uncertainty in Record Linkage Nicole Dalzell
63: Imputation for National Hospital Care Survey Diba Khan, NCHS ; Iris M. Shimizu, CDC/NCHS ; Yulei He, NCHS/CDC ; Sharon Liu, NCHS/DHCS ; Jin Zhang, NCHS/DHCS ; Jianmin Xu, NCHS/DHCS ; Bill Cai, NCHS/DHCS ; Marian Strazzeri, NCHS/ORM/SRSDS
65: Negative Binomials Regression Model in Analysis of Wait Time at Hospital Emergency Department Bill Cai, NCHS/DHCS
66: A Simplified Approach to Administrative Record Linkage in the Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages Justin J. McIllece, Bureau of Labor Statistics

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