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Legend: Washington State Convention Center = CC, Sheraton Seattle = S, Grand Hyatt = GH and The Conference Center = TCC
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Activity Details

494 Wed, 8/12/2015, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-310
Online Surveys — Contributed Papers
Survey Research Methods Section , Government Statistics Section
Chair(s): Catherine Durso, University of Denver
8:35 AM 2014 Census Test Results on Alternative Methods to Optimize Self-Response for the 2020 Census Michael Bentley, U.S. Census Bureau ; Cynthia Rothhaas, U.S. Census Bureau
8:50 AM Asking About Prescription Drugs: Order and Encouragement Experiments Mick Couper, University of Michigan ; Mary Beth Ofstedal, University of Michigan
9:05 AM The Income Gap in Survey Research: Nonresponse to Income Questions in Online Panel Research Nicole Buttermore, GfK ; Frances M. Barlas, GfK Custom Research ; Maya Grosul, GfK ; Mansour Fahimi, GfK
9:20 AM Purposefully Mobile: Experimentally Assessing Device Effects in an Online Survey Frances M. Barlas, GfK Custom Research ; Randall K. Thomas, GfK Custom Research ; Patricia Graham, GfK Custom Research
9:35 AM The Matrix Lives On: Improving Grids for Online Surveys Randall K. Thomas, GfK Custom Research ; Frances M. Barlas, GfK Custom Research ; Patricia Graham, GfK Custom Research ; Thomas Subias, GfK Custom Research
9:50 AM Understanding School-Level Nonresponse and Developing Strategies to Maximize Participation in School-Based Substance Use Surveys Ashley Clark, Indiana University ; Heather Terhune Marti, Indiana University ; Stacey Giroux Wells, Indiana University ; Yi-Chun Lin, Indiana University ; Julia Strzeszkowski, Indiana University ; Randy Layman, Indiana University ; Erin Ables, Indiana University ; Rosie King, Indiana University ; Mikyoung Jun, Indiana University
10:05 AM Floor Discussion

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