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314 Tue, 7/31/2018, 9:25 AM - 10:10 AM CC-West Hall B
SPEED: Missing Survey Data: Analysis, Imputation, Design, and Prevention — Contributed Poster Presentations
Survey Research Methods Section, Government Statistics Section
Chair(s): Paul McNicholas, McMaster University
Oral Presentations for this session.
1: Estimating Survey Attrition Phases Using Change-Point Models
Camille Hochheimer, Virginia Commonwealth University; Roy T Sabo, Virginia Commonwealth University; Alex H Krist, Virginia Commonwealth University
2: Census Efforts to Reduce the Undercount of Young Children
Gina Walejko, U.S. Census Bureau; Scott Konicki, U.S. Census Bureau
3: Is There a 'safe Area' Where the Nonresponse Rate Has Only a Modest Effect on Bias Despite Non-Ignorable Nonresponse?
Dan Hedlin, Stockholm university
4: Design-Based Alternative Calibration Weighting Under Nonresponse in Survey Sampling
Per Andersson, Stockholm University
5: A Simulation Study to Evaluate How Sample Weight Adjustment with Prevalence Calibration for the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) Affects Nonresponse Bias
Te-Ching Chen, CDC/NCHS; Jennifer Parker, CDC/NCHS; Tala Fakhouri, CDC/NCHS
6: Degrees of Freedom in Multiple Imputation: The Original vs. The Adjusted in 2015 National Hospital Ambulatory Medical Care Survey
Qiyuan Pan, CDC/NCHS/DHCS; Rong Wei, National Center for Health Statistics
7: Nonresponse Bias Studies for Department of Defense Surveys
Eric Falk, Department of Defense/Office of People Analytics
8: Exploring Reminder Calls Intended to Increase Interviewer Compliance with Data Collection Protocols
Amanda Nagle, U.S. Census Bureau; Kevin Tolliver, U.S. Census Bureau
9: Effect of the Survey Name on Response Rates and Survey Estimates
David McGrath, Department of Defense Office of People Analytics
10: Early Bird Gets the Worm? Effects of Differential Incentives on Mode Choice and Response Rates
Patricia LeBaron, RTI International; Nathaniel Taylor, RTI International; Leah Fiacco, RTI International; Melissa Helton, RTI International; Amy Henes, RTI International; Stephen King, RTI International
11: Nonresponse Bias Analysis for the Medicare Current Beneficiary Survey
Kirk Wolter, NORC at the University of Chicago; Ying Li, NORC at the University of Chicago; Whitney Murphy, NORC at the University of Chicago
12: Using Predictive Modeling in Survey Methodology to Identify Panel Nonresponse
Bernd Weiss, GESIS - Leibniz-Institute for the Social Sciences; Jan-Philipp Kolb, GESIS - Leibniz-Institute for the Social Sciences; Christoph Kern, University of Mannheim
13: Does Sequence of Imputed Variables Matter in Hot Deck Imputation for Large-Scale Complex Survey Data?
Amang Sukasih, RTI International; Peter Frechtel, RTI International; Karol Krotki, RTI International
14: Tree-Based Doubly-Robust Nonparametric Multiple Imputation
Darryl Creel
15: Multiple Imputation Methods Addressing Planned Missingness in a Multi-Phase Survey
Irina Bondarenko, University of Michigan; Yun Li, University of Michigan; Paul Imbriano, University of Michigan
16: Outcomes of Suicide Risk Assessment and Safety Planning in a Longitudinal Mixed Mode Survey of Patients with Complex Psychiatric Disorders
Danna Moore, Washington State University-Social & Economic Science Research Center; John Fortney, University of Washington, School of Medicine; Dan Vakoch, Washington State Univesity-Social and Economic Sciences Research Center
17: "You're Not From Around Here, Are You?" How Regional Accent Affects Survey Cooperation
Matt Jans, ICF; James Dayton, ICF; Matt McDonough, ICF
18: Imputation of Small Number of New Questions in the Large Survey
Di Xiong, UCLA SPH; Yan Wang, Field School of Public Health, UCLA; Honghu Liu, UCLA