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337 Tue, 7/30/2019, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-502
SPEED: Methodological Developments in Social Statistics, Part 1 — Contributed Speed
Social Statistics Section, Text Analysis Interest Group
Chair(s): Melissa Kovacs, FirstEval, LLC
Poster Presentations for this session.
10:35 AM A Partial Simulation Study of Phantom Effects in Multilevel Analysis of School Effects: The Case of School Socioeconomic Composition

Xin Ma, University of Kentucky; Hao Zhou, University of Kentucky
10:40 AM Measuring Impact of Tax Law Changes on CPS ASEC Tax Model
Bruce Webster, US Census Bureau; Kathryn Shantz, U.S. Census Bureau
10:50 AM The Impact of Vocational Rehabilitation Services and Demographic Factors Towards the Successful Employment Outcomes Among Hard-of-Hearing Individuals

Hansapani Rodrigo, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley; Shawn Saladin, Uniuversity of Texas Rio Grande Valley; Sergio Cuevas, Uniuversity of Texas Rio Grande Valley
10:55 AM Implementing Empirical Results of Panel Models with Lagged Dependent Variables and Random Intercepts into Microsimulation

Dawid Bekalarczyk; Petra Stein, University of Duisburg-Essen
11:00 AM A Spatial Microsimulation Model of Labor Market Integration in Germany

Monika Obersneider, University of Duisburg-Essen; Petra Stein, University of Duisburg-Essen
11:05 AM Patterns of Effects and Sensitivity Analysis for Differences-In-Differences

Luke Keele, University of Pennsylvania; Dylan Small, University of Pennsylvania; Colin B. Fogarty, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
11:10 AM Using Statistical and Machine Learning Methods to Analyze Response Time Data from Computer-Based Educational Assessments
Bingchen Liu, Educational Testing Service
11:15 AM Finding the Strength in a Weak Instrument in a Study of Cognitive Outcomes Produced by Catholic High Schools

Siyu Heng, University of Pennsylvania; Dylan Small, University of Pennsylvania; Paul Rosenbaum, University of Pennsylvania
11:20 AM Predicting Poverty Using Remote Sensing Vegetation Indices
Grace Deng, Cornell University
11:35 AM Presenting Uncertainty in Graphical Format
Nola du Toit, NORC at the University of Chicago; Edward Mulrow, NORC at the University of Chicago; Christopher du Sousa-Nieves, NORC at the University of Chicago
11:45 AM Framing of Culture War Issues in Congressional Campaign Websites

Jack Wolf, St. Olaf College; Christopher Chapp, St. Olaf College; My Khe Nguyen, St. Olaf College; Paul Roback, St. Olaf College; Jessica Whittenburg, St. Olaf College
11:50 AM Data-Driven Community Based Programming: a Statistical Analysis of Heart Disease Prevention Initiatives in Oklahoma City-County

Mary Nevener
11:55 AM Confidence Intervals for Marginal Effects and Predictive Margins in Logit Models
Chaitra Nagaraja, Fordham University; Benjamin Cole, Fordham University
12:00 PM Making Data-Driven Decisions About Serving Homeless Populations Using Machine Learning Tools
Austin Lampros
12:05 PM Getting a Clear Picture of Students’ Writing Performance
Ya Mo, Boise State University; NELL Sedransk, NISS
12:10 PM Floor Discussion