Research

Research

Faculty and Student Presentations

SRAM students work closely with our distinguished faculty to put together high impact research presented at significant conferences throughout the world. Below you can view presentations given during the past ten years.

Papers Presented in 2016

  • QR Codes for Survey Access: Is It Worth It?
    Authors: Laura Allen & Jenny Marlar
    American Association for Public Opinion Research Annual Conference. May 2016 – Austin, TX, USA
  • Effects of an Initial Offering of Multiple Survey Response Options on Response Rates
    Authors: Elizabeth A. Steele, Jenny Marlar, Laura Allen, & Kirti N. Kanitkar (The Gallup Organization)
    American Association for Public Opinion Research Annual Conference. May 2016 – Austin, TX, USA
  • An Evaluation Study of the Use of Paradata to Enhance Data Quality
    Authors: Ana Lucia Cordova Cazar and Robert F. Belli
    American Association for Public Opinion Research Annual Conference. May 2016 – Austin, TX, USA
  • Asking About Religion: Other, Atheist or Agnostic?
    Authors: Devin Van't Hof, Kristen Olson & Jolene D. Smyth
    American Association for Public Opinion Research Annual Conference. May 2016 – Austin, TX, USA
  • Why Do Mobile Interviews Take Longer? A Behavior Coding Perspective
    Authors: Jerry Timbrook, Kristen Olson & Jolene Smyth
    American Association for Public Opinion Research Annual Conference. May 2016 – Austin, TX, USA
  • Working with the SIPP-EHC Audit Trails: Sequential and Parallel Retrieval (poster)
    Authors: Jinyoung Lee, Benjamin C. Seloske, Ana Lucía Córdova Cazar, Adam Eck & Robert Belli
    American Association for Public Opinion Research Annual Conference. May 2016 – Austin, TX, USA
  • Data Management and Analytic Use of Paradata: SIPP-EHC Audit Trails
    Authors: Jinyoung Lee, Bejjamin C. Seloske, Ana Lucía Córdova Cazar, Adam Eck, Andtje Kirchner & Robert Belli
    American Association for Public Opinion Research Annual Conference. May 2016 – Austin, TX, USA
  • The effects of interviewers and question characteristics on respondent behaviors
    Author: Amanda Ganshert, Kristen Olson & Jolene D. Smyth
    American Association for Public Opinion Research Annual Conference. May 2016 – Austin, TX, USA
  • A Meta-Analysis of Telephone Response Rates for Health Surveys (poster)
    Authors: Mazen Sarwar, Struther L. Van Horn (Kent State University) & Gregory C. Gibson (Kent State University).
    American Association for Public Opinion Research Annual Conference. May 2016 – Austin, TX, USA
  • Grids and Online Surveys: Do More Complex Grids Induce Survey Satisficing? Evidence from the Gallup Panel
    Authors: Mengyang (Mia) Wang & Allan L. McCutcheon
    American Association for Public Opinion Research Annual Conference. May 2016 – Austin, TX, USA

Papers Presented in 2015

  • The Effects of Ranking Question Format on Data Quality in Mail Surveys
    Authors: Allison Burke, Jolene Smyth, and Kristen Olson
    Midwest Association for Public Opinion Research Annual Conference. November 2015 – Chicago, IL, USA
  • When to Repeat: Interviewer and Respondent Behavior on Battery Questions
    Authors: Beth Cochran, Kristen Olson, and Jolene Smyth
    Midwest Association for Public Opinion Research Annual Conference. November 2015 – Chicago, IL, USA
  • Do Interviewers with High Cooperation Rates Behave Differently? Interviewer Cooperation Rates and Interview Behaviors
    Authors: Kristen Olson, Jolene Smyth, and Antje Kirchner
    International Conference on Total Survey Error. September 2015 – Baltimore, MD, USA
  • Do Interviewers with High Cooperation Rates Behave Differently? Interviewer Cooperation Rates and Interview Behaviors
    Authors: Kristen Olson, Jolene Smyth, and Antje Kirchner
    Joint Statistical Meetings. August 2015 – Seattle, WA, USA
  • Effects of interviewer and respondent behavior on data quality: An investigation of question types and interviewer learning
    Authors: Antje Kirchner and Kristen Olson
    European Survey Research Association annual meeting. July 2015 – Reykjavik, Iceland
  • Survey Informatics: The Future of Survey Methodology and Survey Statistics Training in the Academy
    Author: Allan L. McCutcheon
    AAPOR. May 2015 – Hollywood, FL, USA
  • The Role of Device Type and Respondent Characteristics in Internet Panel Survey Breakoff
    Author: Allan L. McCutcheon
    AAPOR. May 2015 – Hollywood, FL, USA
  • Why Do Interviewers Speed Up? An examination of Chagnes in Interviewer Behaviors Over the Course of the Survey Field Period?
    Authors: Kristen Olson and Jolene Smyth
    AAPOR. May 2015 – Hollywood, FL, USA
  • Effects of interviewer and respondent behavior on data quality: An investigation of question types and interviewer learning
    Authors: Antje Kirchner and Kristen Olson
    AAPOR. May 2015 – Hollywood, FL, USA
  • Changing 'Who' or 'Where': Implications for Data Quality in the American Time Use Survey (poster)
    Authors: Caitlin Deal, Antje Kirchner, Ana Lucía Cordova Cazar, Lissandra Ellyne, and Robert F. Belli
    AAPOR. May 2015 – Hollywood, FL, USA
  • Using Data Mining to Examine Interviewer-Respondent Interactions in Calendar Interviews
    Authors: Robert F. Belli, L. Dee Miller, Leen-Kiat Soh, and Tarek Al Baghal
    AAPOR. May 2015 – Hollywood, FL, USA
  • Effects of the 2010 Haiti Earthquake on Haitian Public Opinion (Poster)
    Author: Devin Van’t Hof
    AAPOR. May 2015 – Hollywood, FL, USA
  • Cross-cultural perceptions of youth: A comparison between the United States and Syria (poster)
    Author: Laura Allen
    AAPOR. May 2015 – Hollywood, FL, USA
  • Interviewer voice characteristics and data quality
    Author: Nuttirudee (Fay) Charoenruk
    AAPOR. May 2015 – Hollywood, FL, USA
  • The use of paradata to create an index of data quality and interview complexity
    Author: Ana Lucia Cordova Cazar and Robert F. Belli
    AAPOR. May 2015 – Hollywood, FL, USA
  • Recording What the Respondent Says: Does Question Format Matter?
    Authors: Jolene Smyth and Kristen Olson
    AAPOR. May 2015 – Hollywood, FL, USA
  • Predicting Breakoff Using Sequential Machine Learning Methods
    Authors: Leek-Kiat Soh, Adam Eck, and Allan McCutcheon
    AAPOR. May 2015 – Hollywood, FL, USA
  • Reducing Skip Errors: Analysis of Visually Grouping Skip Patterns by Question Type
    Author: Rebecca Powell
    AAPOR. May 2015 – Hollywood, FL, USA
  • Grids and Online Panels: A Comparison of Device Type from a Survey Quality Perspective
    Author: Mengyang (Mia) Wang, Allan McCutcheon and Laura Allen
    AAPOR. May 2015 – Hollywood, FL, USA
  • Culturally-Related Response Styles for Attitude Questions: A Comparative Analysis of Chinese and American Respondents
    Author: Mengyang (Mia) Wang
    AAPOR. May 2015 – Hollywood, FL, USA
  • Assessment of Community Basics: Evaluating Country Development Using Local Citizen Ratings
    Authors: Elizabeth Steele and Cynthia English
    AAPOR. May 2015 – Hollywood, FL, USA
  • No More Goods: Exploring Data Quality Escapes and Maximizing Returned Surveys
    Authors: Austin Countryman and Lauren Walton
    AAPOR. May 2015 – Hollywood, FL, USA
  • Survey Informationcs: The Future of Survey Methodology and Survey Statistics Training in the Academy?
    Author: Allan L. McCutcheon
    Committee on National Statistics, National Academy of Sciences. May 2015 – Washington, DC, USA
  • A Cross-Cultural Look at Religious Tolerance
    Authors: Caitlin E. Deal and Allan L. McCutcheon
    UNL/SRAM/Gallup Symposium. April 2015 – Omaha, NE, USA
  • Examining Confidence in Government in Southeast Asia: A Cross-National Study
    Authors: Justine Yeo and Allison Burke
    UNL/SRAM/Gallup Symposium. April 2015 – Omaha, NE, USA
  • Culturally-Related Response Styles for Attitude Questions: A Comparative Analysis of Chinese and American Respondents
    Authors: Mengyang Wang, Allan McCutcheon, and Allison Burke
    UNL/SRAM/Gallup Symposium. April 2015 – Omaha, NE, USA
  • Cross-Cultural Perceptions of Youth: A Comparison between the United States and Syria
    Authors: Laura Allen and Allison Burke
    UNL/SRAM/Gallup Symposium. April 2015 – Omaha, NE, USA
  • The Effects of the 2010 Haiti Earthquake on Haitian Public Opinion
    Author: Devin Van’t Hof
    UNL/SRAM/Gallup Symposium. April 2015 – Omaha, NE, USA
  • Predicting Breakoff using Sequential Machine Learning Methods
    Authors: Adam Eck, Leen-Kiat Soh, and Allan L. McCutcheon
    UNL/SRAM/Gallup Symposium. April 2015 – Omaha, NE, USA
  • Determining Potential for Breakoff in Time Diary Survey Using Paradata
    Authors: Douglas Wettlaufer, Hariharan Arunachalam, Gregory Atkin, Adam Eck, Leen-Kiat Soh, and Robert F. Belli
    UNL/SRAM/Gallup Symposium. April 2015 – Omaha, NE, USA
  • Interviewer Voice Characteristics and Data Quality
    Author: Nuttirudee Charoenruk
    UNL/SRAM/Gallup Symposium. April 2015 – Omaha, NE, USA
  • Effects of Unfamiliar Terms on Interviewer and Respondent Behaviors: Are Subsequent Items Affected?
    Authors: Jinyoung Lee and Kristen Olson
    UNL/SRAM/Gallup Symposium. April 2015 – Omaha, NE, USA
  • Hours or Minutes: Does One Unit Fit All?
    Authors: Beth Cochran and Jolene Smyth
    UNL/SRAM/Gallup Symposium. April 2015 – Omaha, NE, USA.

Papers Presented in 2014

  • Commitment, concealment, and confusion: An empirical assessment of interviewer and respondent behaviors in survey interviews
    Authors: Antje Kirchner and Kristen Olson
    MAPOR. November 2014 – Chicago, IL
  • Effects of Unfamiliar Terms on Interviewer and Respondent Behaviors: Are Subsequent Items Affected?
    Authors: Jinyoung Lee and Kristen Olson
    MAPOR. November 2014 – Chicago, IL
  • Visual Grouping of Skip Patterns: Helping Respondents of Differeing Cognitive Levels Navigate Surveys
    Author: Rebecca Powell
    MAPOR. November 2014 – Chicago, IL.
  • Attrition in a Mobile Ratings Panel
    Author: Timothy Oltman
    MAPOR. November 2014  Chicago, IL.
  • Interviewer Voice Characteristics and Data Quality
    Author: Nuttirudee (Fay) Charoenruk
    MAPOR. November 2014 – Chicago, IL.
  • Optimizing Returned Surveys: Exploring Data Quality Escapes in a Long Standing Survey
    Authors: Austin Countryman and Lauren Walton
    MAPOR. November 2014 – Chicago, IL.
  • Testing “Same-Sex” and “Opposite-Sex” Response Options for Marital Status Questions in a General Population Mail Survey
    Author: Mathew Stange
    MAPOR. November 2014 – Chicago, IL.
  • Hours or Minutes - Does One Unit Fit All?
    Authors: Beth Cochran and Jolene Smyth
    MAPOR. November 2014 – Chicago, IL.
  • When the Perfectly Correlated World Doesn't Exist for Dual Enrollment and College Continuation (poster)
    Author: Caitlin E. Deal and Jill M. Heese
    MAPOR. November 2014 – Chicago, IL.
  • Remembering Where: A Look at the American Time Use Survey
    Authors: Caitlin E. Deal, Ana Lucia Cordova Cazar, Austin Countryman, Antje Kirchner and Robert Belli
    MAPOR. November 2014 – Chicago, IL.
  • Optimizing Returned Surveys: Exploring Data Quality Escapes in a Long Standing Survey
    Authors: Austin Countryman and Lauren Walton
    MAPOR. November 2014 – Chicago, IL.
  • The use of paradata to evaluate interview complexity and data quality (in time use surveys)
    Authors: Ana Lucía Cordova Cazar and Robert F. Belli
    MAPOR. November 2014 – Chicago, IL.
  • Data Quality among Devices to Complete Surveys:Comparing Personal Computers, Smartphones and Tablets
    Authors: Mengyang Wang and Allan McCutcheon
    MAPOR. November 2014 – Chicago, IL.
  • Assessment of Community Basics: Evaluating Country Development Using Local Citizen Ratings
    Authors: Cynthia English (Gallup) and Elizabeth Steele
    MAPOR. November 2014 – Chicago, IL.
  • American Catholics: A Latent Class Analysis
    Authors: Ann Arthur and Allan L. McCutcheon
    AAPOR. May 2014 – Anaheim, CA, USA.
  • Respondent Processing of Multiple Images throughout a Web Survey
    Authors: Nuttirudee (Fay) Charoenruk and Mathew Stange
    AAPOR. May 2014 – Anaheim, CA, USA.
  • Examining the Use of Visual Grouping to Reduce Skip Pattern Errors
    Authors: Rebecca Powell
    AAPOR. May 2014 – Anaheim, CA, USA.
  • The Effects of Cover Images on Participation and Reports in Mail Surveys
    Authors: Mathew Stange
    AAPOR. May 2014 – Anaheim, CA, USA.
  • Public Perception Changes toward Real Estate Consumption in China: A Comparative Analysis of 2006 and 2009
    Authors: Mengyang Wang
    AAPOR. May 2014 – Anaheim, CA, USA.
  • Using Eye Tracking to Examine the Visual Design of Web Surveys
    Authors: Quan Zhou, Kay Ricci, Kristen Olson and Jolene Smyth
    AAPOR. May 2014 – Anaheim, CA, USA.
  • Do You Really Love Your Neighbor? A Comparative Analysis of Religious Tolerance in Two Democracies (poster)
    Authors: Austin Countryman and Caitlin Deal
    Co Author: Allan L. McCutcheon
    AAPOR. May 2014 – Anaheim, CA, USA.
  • Examining Non-Substantive Responses in China Using the Gallup World Poll
    Authors: Quan Zhou, Kay Ricci and Allan L. McCutcheon
    AAPOR. May 2014 – Anaheim, CA, USA.
  • Designing an Intelligent Time Diary Instrument: Visualization, Dynamic Feedback, and Error Prevention and Mitigation
    Authors: Gregory Atkin, Hariharan Arunachalam, Adam Eck, Leen-Kiat Soh, and Robert F. Belli
    AAPOR. May 2014 – Anaheim, CA, USA.
  • Changes in Interviewer-related Error Over the Course of the Field Period: An Empirical Examination using Paradata
    Authors: Kristen Olson and Antje Kirchner
    AAPOR. May 2014 – Anaheim, CA, USA.
  • The Effect of CATI Questionnaire Design Features on Response Timing
    Authors: Kristen Olson and Jolene Smyth
    AAPOR. May 2014 – Anaheim, CA, USA.
  • ’Good Respondent, Bad Respondent’? Assessing Response Quality in Internet Surveys
    Authors: Antje Kirchner and Rebecca Powell
    AAPOR. May 2014 – Anaheim, CA, USA.
  • Survey Breakoff in Online Panels
    Authors: Allan L. McCutcheon
    AAPOR. May 2014 – Anaheim, CA, USA.
  • Achieving Balance: Understanding the Relationship between Complexity and Response Quality
    Authors: Rebecca Powell & Antje Kirchner
    AAPOR. May 2014 – Anaheim, CA, USA.
  • An Investigation of Survey Satisficing among Devices to Complete a Survey: Comparing Computers and Mobile-Devices
    Author: Mengyang Wang
    AAPOR. May 2014 – Anaheim, CA, USA.
  • Making Sense of Paradata: Challenges Faced and Lessons Learned (poster)
    Authors: Adam Eck, Leonard Stuart, Gregory Atkin, Leen-Kiat Soh, Allan L. McCutcheon, and Robert F. Belli
    AAPOR. May 2014 – Anaheim, CA, USA.
  • Call Back Later: The Association of Recruitment Contact and Error in the American Time Use Survey (poster)
    Authors: Austin Countryman, Ana Lucía Córdova Cazar, Caitlin Deal, and Robert F. Belli
    AAPOR. May 2014 – Anaheim, CA, USA.
  • Interviewer Variance and Prevalence of Verbal Behaviors in Calendar and Conventional Interviewing
    Authors: Robert F. Belli and Nuttirudee Charoenruk
    AAPOR. May 2014 – Anaheim, CA, USA.
  • The Use of Paradata (in Time Use Surveys) to Better Evaluate Data Quality
    Authors: Ana Lucía Córdova Cazar and Robert F. Belli
    AAPOR. May 2014 – Anaheim, CA, USA.
  • The Untold Story of Multi-Mode (online and mail) Consumer Panels: From Optimal Recruitment to Retention and Attrition
    Authors: Allan L. McCutcheon, Kumar Rao, and Olena Kaminska
    AAPOR. May 2014 – Anaheim, CA, USA.
  • Within-Household Selection for Telephone Surveys: A Comparative Experiment of Eleven Different Selection Methods
    Authors: Jenny Marlar, Stephanie Kafka, Jeff Jones, Manas Chattopadhyay, and Frauke Kreuter
    AAPOR. May 2014 – Anaheim, CA, USA.
  • Interviewer Accuracy in Recording Respondent Gender in Telephone Surveys
    Authors: Frauke Kreuter, Stephanie Kafka, and Jenny Marlar
    AAPOR. May 2014 – Anaheim, CA, USA.
  • SMS Surveys: Testing Multiple Modes to Reach Respondents from a Wireless Frame
    Authors: Kyley McGeeney, Jenny Marlar, and Manas Chattopadhyay
    AAPOR. May 2014 – Anaheim, CA, USA.
  • Missing Data in Afghanistan: A Latent Class Examination of Item Non-Response
    Authors: Ann Arthur, Jill M. Heese, and Allan L. McCutcheon
    UNL/SRAM/Gallup Symposium. April 2014 - Omaha, NE, USA.
  • Public Perception Changes Toward Real Estate Consumption in China: A Comparative Analysis of 2006 and 2009
    Authors: Mengyang Wang and Allan L. McCutcheon
    UNL/SRAM/Gallup Symposium. April 2014 - Omaha, NE, USA.
  • Populations that are Difficult to Survey
    Author: Elizabeth Steele
    UNL/SRAM/Gallup Symposium. April 2014 - Omaha, NE, USA.
  • Good Respondent, Bad Respondent? Assessing Response Quality in Internet Surveys
    Authors: Antje Kirchner and Rebecca Powell
    UNL/SRAM/Gallup Symposium. April 2014 - Omaha, NE, USA.
  • Call Back Later: The Association of REcruitment Contact and Error in the American Time Use Survey
    Authors: Austin Countryman, Ana Lucía Córdova Cazar, Caitlin Deal, Antje Kirchner and Robert F. Belli
    UNL/SRAM/Gallup Symposium. April 2014 - Omaha, NE, USA.
  • SMS Surveys: Testing Multiple Modes to REach Respondents from a Wireless Frame
    Author: Jenny Marlar
    UNL/SRAM/Gallup Symposium. April 2014 - Omaha, NE, USA.
  • Achieving Balance: Understanding the Relationship between Complexity and Response Quality
    Authors: Rebecca Powell and Antje Kirchner
    UNL/SRAM/Gallup Symposium. April 2014 - Omaha, NE, USA.
  • Designing an Intelligent Time Diary Instrument: Visualization, Dynamic Feedback and Error Prevention and Mitigation
    Authors: Gregory Atkin, Hariharan Arunachalam, Adam Eck, Leen-Kiat Soh and Robert F. Belli
    UNL/SRAM/Gallup Symposium. April 2014 - Omaha, NE, USA.
  • Respondent Processing of Multiple Images Throughout a Web Survey
    Authors: Nuttirudee (Fay) Charoenruk and Mathew Stange
    UNL/SRAM/Gallup Symposium. April 2014 - Omaha, NE, USA.
  • Using Eye Tracking to Examine the Visual Design of Web Surveys
    Authors: Quan Zhou, Kay Ricci, Kristen Olson, and Jolene Smyth
    UNL/SRAM/Gallup Symposium. April 2014 - Omaha, NE, USA.
  • The Use of Paradata (in Time Use Surveys) to Better Evaluate Data Quality
    Authors: Ana Lucía Córdova Cazar and Robert F. Belli
    UNL/SRAM/Gallup Symposium. April 2014 - Omaha, NE, USA.
  • Making Sense of Paradata: Challenges Faced and Lessons Learned
    Authors: Adam Eck, Leonard Stuart, Gregory Atkin, Leen-Kiat Soh, Allan L. McCutcheon, and Robert F. Belli
    UNL/SRAM/Gallup Symposium. April 2014 - Omaha, NE, USA.

Papers Presented in 2013

  • Respondent Processing of Images in Web Surveys
    Authors: Mathew Stange and Nuttirudee Charoenruk
    MAPOR. November 2013 - Chicago, IL, USA.
  • Using eye tracking to evanluate the impact of visual design on speeders
    Authors: Kay Ricci, Kristen Olson and Jolene Smyth
    MAPOR. November 2013 - Chicago, IL, USA.
  • The effect of the graphic layout of question stems and rating scales on respondents' behavior
    Authors: Quan Zhou, Jolene Smyth and Kristen Olson
    MAPOR. November 2013 - Chicago, IL, USA.
  • Freedom is in the eye of the beholder: Examining perceptions of media freedom in China
    Authors: Kay Ricci, Quan Zhou, Tarek Al Baghal and Allan L. McCutcheon
    AAPOR. May 2013 - Boston, MA, USA.
  • Using "No-opinion" Responses to Detect Satisficing: An Analysis of Paradata
    Author: Mengyang Wang
    MAPOR. November 2013 - Chicago, IL, USA.
  • One drink or two: Does quantity depicted in an image affect web survey responses? (poster)
    Authors: Nuttirudee Charoenruk and Mathew Stange
    AAPOR. May 2013 - Boston, MA, USA.
  • Using visual design to aid within-household selection in mail surveys: Does it lead to accurate selection and representative samples?
    Authors: Mathew Stange, Kristen Olson and Jolene Smyth
    AAPOR. May 2013 - Boston, MA, USA.
  • Using Visual Design Theory to Improve Skip Instructions: An Experimental Test
    Authors: Nicole Gohring and Jolene Smyth
    AAPOR. May 2013 - Boston, MA, USA.
  • Are you seeing what I am seeing?: Exploring response option visual design effects with eye-tracking
    Authors: Amanda Libman, Jolene Smyth and Kristen Olson
    AAPOR. May 2013 - Boston, MA, USA.
  • An Examination of Question Complexity Through Paradata
    Authors: Rebecca J. Powell, Ana Lucía Córdova-Cazar, and Jinyoung Lee
    AAPOR. May 2013 - Boston, MA, USA.
  • The process of turning audit trails from a CATI survey into useful data: Interviewer behavior paradata in the American Time Use Survey (poster)
    Authors: Nick Ruther, Polly Phipps and Robert Belli
    AAPOR. May 2013 - Boston, MA, USA.
  • Examining the relationship between error and behavior in the American Time Use Survey using audit trail paradata
    Authors: Nick Ruther, Tarek Al Baghal, Adam Eck, Leonard Stuart, Lynn Phillips, Robert Belli, and Leen Kiat Soh
    AAPOR. May 2013 - Boston, MA, USA.
  • Examining item nonresponse through paradata and respondent characteristics: A multilevel approach
    Authors: Ana Lucía Córdova-Cazar and Rebecca Powell
    AAPOR. May 2013 - Boston, MA, USA.
  • Examining Response Time Outliers through Paradata in Online Panel Surveys
    Author: Jinyoung Lee and Tarek Al Baghal
    AAPOR. May 2013 - Boston, MA, USA.
  • A Cross-Cultural Study on Depression in the Sahel Region and Western Asia
    Author: Jinyoung Lee
    AAPOR. May 2013 - Boston, MA, USA.
  • Daily Experience of Depression as an Indicator of Societal Insecurity: The Sahel and Western Asia
    Author: Jinyoung Lee
    Gallup/UNL Symposium. April 2013 - Omaha, NE, USA.
  • Using Paradata to Detect Survey Satisficing: An Analysis of “No-Opinion” Responses
    Authors: Mengyang Wang and Allan McCutcheon
    Gallup/UNL Symposium. April 2013 - Omaha, NE, USA
  • The discourse of hegemony: Chinese preference for becoming a hegemonic power
    Author: Yue Zou
    International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Convention. April 2013 - San Francisco, CA, USA.

Papers Presented in 2012

  • Effects of Afghanistan's 2009 Presidential Election on Public Opinion (poster)
    Authors: Jill Heese and Ann Arthur
    University of Nebraska-Lincoln, College of Education and Human Sciences Faculty Research Conference. November 2012 - Lincoln, NE, USA.
  • Surveying hard-to-reach cultural and linguistic minorities (book chapter presented)
    Authors: Janet Harkness, Mathew Stange, Kristen Cibbeli, Peter Ph. Mohler and Beth Ellen Pennell
    2012 International Conference on Methods for Surveying and Enumerating Hard-to-Reach Populations. November 2012 - New Orleans, LA, USA.
  • Leaving Home: Examining the Influence of Social Ties on Latin American Immigration
    Authors: Ana Lucia Cordova Cazar and Matthew J. Hastings
    MAPOR. November 2012 - Chicago, IL, USA.
  • Assessing Data Quality Across Within-Household Selection Methods for a Mail Survey
    Author: Matthew J. Hastings
    MAPOR. November 2012 - Chicago, IL, USA.
  • Quantity vs. Quality: The Impact of Sampling Tweets on Health Care Reform Opinions (poster)
    Authors: Rebecca J. Powell, Annice Kim, Ashley Richards, and Joe Murphy (RTI International)
    MAPOR. November 2012 - Chicago, IL, USA.
  • The effect of visual designs in web surveys on response process across literacy groups (Honorable Mention Award)
    Author: Nuttirudee Charoenruk
    MAPOR. November 2012 - Chicago, IL, USA.
  • Interviewer Variance of Interviewer and Respondent Behaviors: A New Frontier in Analyzing the Interviewer-Respondent Interaction
    Authors: Nuttirudee Charoenruk, Bryan Parkhurst, Meryem Ay, and Robert F. Belli
    MAPOR. November 2012 - Chicago, IL, USA.
  • Developing a Survey Instrument Using Qualitative Research Methods: The Case of the 2012 National Survey on Health Information Exchange in Clinical Laboratories
    Authors: René Bautista, Felicia LeClere (NORC at the University of Chicago), Matthew Swain and Vaishali Patel (Office of Economic Analysis, Evaluation and Modeling, ONC)
    MAPOR. November 2012 - Chicago, IL, USA.
  • Exploring Interviewer and Respondent Interactions: An Innovative Behavior Coding Approach
    Authors: Lauren Walton (The Nielsen Company), Mathew Stange, Rebecca Powell, and Robert F. Belli
    MAPOR. November 2012 - Chicago, IL, USA.
  • Troubles with Time Use: Examining Potential Indicators of Error in the ATUS
    Authors: Lynn Phillips, Tarek Albaghal and Robert F. Belli
    MAPOR. November 2012 - Chicago, IL, USA.
  • Examining the Relationship between Religiosity and Positive Social Engagement in the Western and Islamic Worlds
    Authors: Nick Ruther, Amanda Libman and Allan McCutcheon
    MAPOR. November 2012 - Chicago, IL, USA.
  • Effects of Afghanistan's 2009 Presidential Election on Public Opinion
    Authors: Jill M. Heese and Ann M. Arthur
    AAPOR. May 2012 - Orlando, FL, USA.
  • The Fighting Factions with the "Clash of Civilizations": An Examination of the Latent Classes of Conflict
    Authors: Lauren A. Walton and Brian Wells
    AAPOR. May 2012 - Orlando, FL, USA.
  • Accounting for Nonresponse Bias in the Nebraska Behavioral Health Consumer Survey
    Authors: Brian Wells and Kristen Olson
    AAPOR. May 2012 - Orlando, FL, USA.
  • Georgia on Their Minds: The Impact of War and Financial Crisis on Georgian Confidence in Social and Governmental Institutions
    Authors: Lynn Phillips, Dato Tsabutashvili and Allan L. McCutcheon
    AAPOR. May 2012 - Orlando, FL, USA.
  • The Arab Spring from Tunisia to Yemen: Roots of the Popular Uprisings
    Authors: Meryem Ay and Tarek Albaghal
    AAPOR. May 2012 - Orlando, FL, USA.
  • The Siamese triplets neither with nor without: Jewish Israelis, Palestinian Israelis, and Palestinians of Palestinian Territories
    Authors: Meryem Ay and Tarek Albaghal
    AAPOR. May 2012 - Orlando, FL, USA. (poster)
  • An Experimental Examination of Four Within-Household Selection Methods in Household Mail Surveys
    Authors: Kristen Olson, Stacia Jorgensen (UNL) and Jolene Smyth
    AAPOR. May 2012 - Orlando, FL, USA.
  • Understanding the Relationship between Literacy and Data Quality in Self-Administered Surveys
    Authors: Jolene Smyth, Rebecca Powell, Kristen Olson and Amanda Libman
    AAPOR. May 2012 - Orlando, FL, USA.
  • The Effects of Survey Design Features on Answers to Sensitive Questions
    Authors: Lindsey Witt and Mindy Anderson-Knott
    AAPOR. May 2012 - Orlando, FL, USA. (poster)
  • Conducting research on sex workers: What are the methodological challenges and what are the current methodological answers?
    Authors: Mathew Stange and Janet A. Harkness
    International Workshop on Compartive Survey Design & Implementation (CSDI). March 2012 – Washington, Washington, DC, USA.
  • Volunteer Angler Data Collection and Methods of Inference
    Author: Kristen Olson
    Mid-Atlantic Fisheries Management Council Volunteer Angler Data Collection Workshop. February 2012 - Baltimore, MD, USA.

Papers Presented in 2011

  • Accounting for Nonresponse Bias in the Nebraska Behavioral Health Consumer Survey
    Author: Brian Wells
    MAPOR. November 2011 - Chicago, IL, USA.
  • Observed Differences in the Placement and Wording of Neutral Response Options in Web Surveys: An Experiment
    Authors: Lauren A. Walton, Curtiss L. Cobb III (Knowledge Networks), Charles DiSorga (Knowledge Networks)
    MAPOR. November 2011 - Chicago, IL, USA.
  • Comparing Opinions of "Clashing" Civilizations between Western and Islamic Worlds
    Authors: Lauren A. Walton, Brian M. Wells, Allan L. McCutcheon
    MAPOR. November 2011 - Chicago, IL, USA.
  • Piggyback Surveys: An insider's view of operations issues on a complex survey design
    Authors: Mathew Stange, Brad Edwards (Westat), Laura Branden (Westat)
    MAPOR. November 2011 - Chicago, IL, USA.
  • Redesign Options for the Consumer Expenditure Survey
    Authors: Nancy Mathiowetz (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee), Kristen Olson and Courtney Kennedy (Pew Research)
    Invited Presentation at the National Academy of Sciences. October 2011 - Washington, DC, USA.
  • Piggyback survey respondetns and mode: Lessons learned from design and operations
    Authors: Brad Edwards (Westat), Laura Branden (Westat) and Mathew Stange
    Joint Statistical Meeting. August 2011 - Miami Beach, FL, USA.
  • Leaving home: Current motivations behind Latin American migration to the United States
    Authors: Ana Lucía Córdova Cazar, Lei Huang, Tarek Albaghal, Ann Arthur, Allan McCutcheon, Meryem Ay, Lauren Walton
    AAPOR. May 2011 – Phoenix, AZ, USA.
  • Catholics and Confidence in Religious Institutions
    Authors: Ann Arthur, Tarek Abgahal, Lei Huang, Ana Lucía Córdova Cazar, Lauren Walton, Meryem Ay, Allan McCutcheon
    AAPOR. May 2011 – Phoenix, AZ, USA.
  • Who follows the rules? Within household-selection procedure in web and mail surveys of the general population
    Authors: Kristen Olson, Jolene Smyth, Mathew Stange, Lauren Walton
    AAPOR. May 2011 – Phoenix, AZ, USA.
  • Why minority populations are hard-to-reach and what reviewing the literature tells us.
    Authors: Mathew Stange and Janet A. Harkness
    AAPOR. May 2011 – Phoenix, AZ, USA.
  • The Effect of General Interviewer Experience on Item Non-Response: A Verbal Behavior Study
    Authors: Ipek Bilgen and Robert F. Belli
    AAPOR. May 2011 – Phoenix, AZ, USA.
  • Women's Opinions on Women's religious Freedom in Iran and Turkey
    Authors: Meryem Ay, Tarek Albaghal, Allan McCutcheon, Ana Lucía Córdova- Cazar, Ann Arthur, Lei Wang, Lauren Walton
    AAPOR. May 2011 – Phoenix, AZ, USA.
  • Mode differences in a mixed-mode ABS design
    Authors: René Bautista, Ting Yan (NORC), Rupa Datta (NORC), Peter Hepburn (NORC)
    AAPOR. May 2011 – Phoenix, AZ, USA.
  • The Predictors of Latent Support for Extremist Ideology in Pakistan
    Authors: Tarek Albaghal and Allan McCutcheon
    AAPOR. May 2011 – Phoenix, AZ, USA.
  • Comparing Opinions of “Clashing” Civilizations Between Western and Islamic Worlds
    Authors: Lauren Walton, Brian Wells, Ana Lucía Córdova Cazar, Lei Huang, Allan McCutcheon, Meryem Ay, Ann Arthur
    AAPOR. May 2011 – Phoenix, AZ, USA.
  • A Pox on All Their Houses: The American Electorate in the 2010 Election
    Author: Allan McCutcheon
    AAPOR. May 2011 – Phoenix, AZ, USA.
  • Comparing Numeric and Text Open-End Responses in Mail and Web Surveys
    Authors: Jolene Smyth and Kristen Olson
    AAPOR. May 2011 – Phoenix, AZ, USA.
  • Toward a systematic review of literature on cultural and linguistic groups described as 'hard-to-reach'
    Authors: Mathew Stange, Ipek Bilgen, Janet A. Harkness
    International Workshop on Compartive Survey Design & Implementation (CSDI). March 2011 – London, UK.
  • Translation: A ghost in the machine?
    Author: Janet A. Harkness
    International Workshop on Compartive Survey Design & Implementation (CSDI). March 2011 – London, UK.

Papers Presented in 2010

  • Rule of law or rule by optimism? The case of the Andean region.
    Author(s): Cordova Cazar, AnaLucía; Lopez Bermudez, Francisco; Bautista, René ; Huang, Lei; McCutcheon, Allan L.; Albaghal, Tarek
    WAPOR. May 2010 - Chicago, IL, USA.
  • Public evaluation on the leadership performance of the United States and China in East Asia
    Author: Huang, Lei; Bautista, René; Cordova Cazar, AnaLucía; Albaghal, Tarek; McCutcheon, Allan L.
    WAPOR. May 2010 - Chicago, IL, USA.
  • Fifty years after 'The Civic Culture': Insights from the Gallup World Poll 2008-2009.
    Author(s): Bautista, René; Cordova Cazar, AnaLucía; McCutcheon, Allan; Albaghal, Tarek; Huang, Lei
    AAPOR. May 2010 - Chicago, IL, USA.
  • Impact of Interviewer and Respondent Verbal Behaviors on Data Quality in Different Interviewing Techniques
    Author(s): Bilgen, Ipek
    AAPOR. May 2010 - Chicago, IL, USA.
  • The Extent of Parallel Memories in Autobiographical Knowledge and its Manifestation in Calendar and Conventional Surveys.
    Author(s): Albaghal, Tarek, Belli, Robert F.; Steele, Clarissa
    AAPOR. May 2010 - Chicago, IL, USA.
  • Do literacy levels affect item nonresponse in an interviewer-administered survey? An examination of the National Assessment of Adult Literacy Survey.
    Author(s): Wang,Ying; Olson, Kristen; Smyth, Jolene
    AAPOR. May 2010 - Chicago, IL, USA.
  • Hispanic Voting Patterns in the 2008 Presidential Election: Evidence from National Election Pool Exit Polls
    Author(s): Bautista, René; McCutcheon, Allan L.; Lenski, Joe; Stevenson, Clint
    MPSA. April 2010 - Chicago, IL, USA.
  • Types of translation for surveys?
    Author: Harkness, Janet A.
    CSDI. March 2010 - Lausanne, Switzerland.
  • Interviewer Training
    Author: Jill Heese
    Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) Conference. March 2010 - San Diego, CA, USA.

Papers Presented in 2009

  • The relationship among monetary incentive, representativeness, and panel tenure: Results from an experiment recruiting KnowledgePanel members with an address-based sample
    Author(s): Richards, Ashley; Callegaro, Mario; DiSogra, Charles.
    MAPOR. November 2009 - Chicago, IL, USA.
  • Cognitive Testing Recruitment for Multiple Studies
    Author(s): Steele, Clarissa; Branden, Laura; Kudela, Martha
    MAPOR. November 2009 - Chicago, IL, USA.
  • Does Providing Respondents with Their Preferred Survey Mode Really Increase Participation?
    Author(s): Wood, Heather; Olson, Kristen; Smyth, Jolene
    MAPOR. November 2009 - Chicago, IL, USA.
  • Deliberative Polls: An Investigation of the Coverage and Nonresponse Properties of Common Recruitment Strategies
    Author(s): Marincic, Jamie; T. Abdel-Monem, A. Tomkins, S. Jorgensen, and A. Richardson
    MAPOR. November 2009 - Chicago, IL, USA.
  • Genetic Covariation between Survey Response Style and Personality
    Author(s): Littvay, Levente; Hibbing, M.
    APSA. September 2009 - Toronto, ON, Canada.
  • Common Genetic and Environmental Sources of Party ID, Childhood and Sexual Risk Behaviors
    Author(s): Littvay, Levente; Hatemi, P.; Martin, N.
    39th Annual Meeting of the Behavior Genetics Association. June 2009 - Minneapolis, MN, USA.
  • Developing a coding scheme for interpreted interviews
    Author(s): Villar, Ana; Harkness, Janet; Kruse, Yelena Kruse; Steele, Clarissa; and Wang, Ying
    Sixth International Workshop on Comparative Survey Design and Implementation, March 2009 - Ann Arbor, MI, USA.
  • Economic Growth and the Human Condition
    Author(s): McCutcheon, Allan L.; Becker, Lee B.; Marlar, Jenny; Vlad, Tudor
    AAPOR. May 2009 - Hollywood, FL, USA.
  • Out and About: An Evaluation of Data Quality in Cell Phone Surveys
    Author(s): Witt, Lindsey; ZuWallack, Randal; Conrey, Fredrica
    AAPOR. May 2009 - Hollywood, FL, USA.
  • A Comparison Study of Methodologies of Exit Polls between Taiwan and the U.S.
    Author(s): Tang, Ge; Wang, Yeh-Diing; Bautista, René
    AAPOR. May 2009 - Hollywood, FL, USA.
  • A Spatial Analysis of Exit Poll Interviewers During the 2008 Presidential Election
    Author(s): Stevenson, Clint; Lenski, Joe; McCutcheon, Allan; Bautista, René
    AAPOR. May 2009 - Hollywood, FL, USA.
  • Unraveling Mode Preference
    Author(s): Smyth, Jolene; Olson, Kristen; Richards, Ashley
    AAPOR. May 2009 - Hollywood, FL, USA.
  • The Development of Cross-Cultural Survey Guidelines: A Panel Discussion
    Author(s): Pennell, Beth Ellen; Alczer, Pennell, K.: Harkness, Janet; Johnson, Tim; Mohler, Peter; Smith, Tom W.
    AAPOR. May 2009 - Hollywood, FL, USA.
  • Flexibility and Structure in Health Status Measurement via Event History Calendars: 'Long Time, No Status Change'
    Author(s): Miller, Debra; Steele, Clarissa; Bilgen, Ipek; Belli, Robert
    AAPOR. May 2009-Hollywood, FL, USA.
  • Survey Translation Evaluation: Back Translation versus Expert Review
    Author(s): Tang, Ge; Wang, Yeh-Diing; Bautista, René
    AAPOR. May 2009 - Hollywood, FL, USA.
  • Survey Translation Evaluation: Back Translation versus Expert Review
    Author(s): Author(s): Harkness, Janet; Villar, Ana; Kephart, Kathleen; Schoua-Glusberg, Alisa
    AAPOR. May 2009 - Hollywood, FL, USA.
  • First-Time Voters in the 2008 Presidential Election
    Author(s): McCutcheon, Allan; Bautista, René; Lenski, Joe; Stevenson Clint
    AAPOR. May 2009 - Hollywood, FL, USA.
  • Survey Translation Evaluation: Back Translation versus Expert Review
    Author(s): Tang, Ge; Wang, Yeh-Diing; Bautista, René
    AAPOR. May 2009 - Hollywood, FL, USA.
  • Questionnaire Experiments in 2008 Georgia Senate Run-off Exit Poll
    Author(s): Lenski, Joe; Stevenson, Clint; McCutcheon, Allan; Bautista, René
    AAPOR. May 2009 - Hollywood, FL, USA.
  • Using Interpreters in Telephone Surveys
    Author(s): Harkness, Janet; Villar, Ana; Kruse, Yelena; Steele, Clarissa; Wang, Ying; Branden, Laura; Edwards, Brad
    AAPOR. May 2009 - Hollywood, FL, USA.
  • SAn Examination of the Relationship between Panel Attrition and Measurement Error
    Author(s): Feng, Chun; Olson, Kristen
    AAPOR. May 2009 - Hollywood, FL, USA.
  • Latino voting patterns in the 2008 Presidential elections: Some results from NEP exit polls
    Author(s): Bautista, René; McCutcheon, Allan; Lenski, Joe; Stevenson, Clint
    AAPOR. May 2009 - Hollywood, FL, USA.
  • Development of a new scale to measure literacy without a reading assessment
    Author(s): Pearson, Jennie E.; Wang, Ying; Olson, Kristen; Smyth, Jolene D.
    AAPOR. May 2009 - Hollywood, FL, USA.
  • Impact of within-study interviewer experience in different interviewing techniques
    Author(s): Bilgen, Ipek; Belli, Robert F.; Olson, Kristen
    AAPOR. May 2009 - Hollywood, FL, USA.
  • Short Course: Time Diary Data Collection Methods
    Author(s): Belli, Robert; Callegaro, Mario; and Phipps, Polly
    AAPOR. May 2009 - Hollywood, FL, USA.
  • The Effects of Measurement Error Variance Misspecification in Structural Equation Models with Single Indicator Latents
    Author(s): Littvay, L.
    University of Zagreb. April 2009 - Zagreb, Croatia.
  • Does EMILY'S List Predict Electoral Success?
    Author(s): Littvay, L., Hannagan, R.J., Pimlott, J.P.
    MPSA. April 2009 - Chicago, IL, USA.
  • Pseudo-Wisdom and Intelligence Failures
    Author(s): Littvay, L., Meszerics, T.
    ISAA. February 2009 - New York, NY, USA.

Papers Presented in 2008

  • Response options order effect and category number association: An experiment using items on a five point satisfaction scale in a KnowledgePanel survey
    Author(s): Tang, Ge; Wells, Tom; Callegaro, Mario; Kruse, Yelena
    MAPOR. November 2008 - Chicago, IL, USA.
  • Out and About: An Evaluation of Data Quality in Cell Phone Surveys
    Author(s): Witt, Lindsey; ZuWallack, Randal; Conrey, Fredrica
    MAPOR. November 2008 - Chicago, IL, USA.
  • High-speed data entry of questionnaires via scanning in an address-based sampling frame: Speed, accuracy and cost-effectiveness
    Author(s): Pearson, J. E.; Bensky, N.; Grabowski, G.; Smarr, J.
    MAPOR. November 2008 - Chicago, IL, USA.
  • An Exploration of the Causes of Response Styles with a Multilevel Modeling Approach
    Author(s): Villar, Ana; Yang, Yongwei; Chin, Tzu-Yun
    MAPOR. November 2008 - Chicago, IL, USA.
  • Partials in Nebraska Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System
    Author(s): Liu, An; Mbulo, Lazarous
    MAPOR. November 2008 - Chicago, IL, USA.
  • Item non-response and measurement error in event history calendars via life course health status
    Author(s): Miller, D. R.; Belli, R.; Bilgen, I.; Tang, G.
    MAPOR. 2008 - Chicago, IL, USA.
  • Response Quality among Reluctant Respondents (poster)
    Author(s): Kaminska, Olena
    Joint Statistical Meeting. August 2008 - Denver, CO, USA.
  • My Cell Phone's Ringing, "Caller Unknown," Now What? Usage Behavior Patterns Among Recent Landline Cord Cutters Who Have Become Cell Phone-Only Users
    Author(s): Buskirk, Trent D.; Rao, Kumar; Kaminska, Olena
    AAPOR. May 2008 - New Orleans, LA, USA.

Papers Presented in 2007

  • What is the Impact of Different Inverviewing Methods?: A Verbal Behavior Comparison Between Calendar adn Standardized Interviews
    Author(s): Bilgen, I., R.F. Belli, and J. Marincic
    MAPOR. November 2007 - Chicago, IL, USA.
  • Everybody's Talkin': The Impact of Verbal Behaviors in Conventional and Event-History Calendar Interviews
    Marincic, J.,R.F. Belli, and I. Bilgen
    AAPOR. May 2007 - Amaheim, CA, USA.

Student Publications

Student publications are a primary focus of the SRAM program. Here are some select publications from recent years.

Student Publications 2014

  • Olson, K., Stange, M., Smyth, J. Forthcoming. An experimental examination of four within-household selection methods in household mail surveys. Accepted for Public Opinion Quarterly, March 2014.
  • Harkness, J.A., Stange, M., Cibelli, K., Mohler, P. Ph., & Pennell, B.E. Forthcoming. Surveying cultural and linguistic minorities. In R. Tourangeau, B. Edwards, T.P. Johnson, K.M. Wolter, & N. Bates (eds), Hard-to-survey populations. Cambridge Press.
  • Lyberg, L., Stange, M., Harkness, J.A., Mohler, P. Ph., Pennell, B.E., & Japec, L. Forthcoming. A review of quality issues associated with studying hard-to-survey populations.In R. Tourangeau, B. Edwards, T.P. Johnson, K.M. Wolter, & N. Bates (eds), Hard-to-survey populations. Cambridge Press.

Student Publications 2013

  • Kim, A., J. Murphy, A. Richards, H. Hansen, R. Powell, & C. Haney. 2013. “Can Tweets Replace Polls? A U.S. Health-Care Reform Case Study.” In C. Hill, E. Dean, and J. Murphy (Eds.), Social Media, Sociality, and Survey Research. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons.

Student Publications 2012

  • Charoenruk, N.. 2012. The effect of visual designs in web surveys on response process across literacy groups.Proceedings of the Midwestern Association for Public Opinion Research (MAPOR), Chicago, IL. In progress.
  • Baghal, T. 2012. Are the “Four Factors” Indicators of One Factor?: An Application of Structural Equation Modeling Methodology to NBA Data in Prediction of Winning Percentage. Journal of Quantitative Analysis in Sports.
  • Bautista, René. 2012. An overlooked approach in survey research: Total Survey Error (TSE). In Gideon, Lior (Ed.), Handbook of Survey Methodology for the Social Sciences. Springer.
  • Auld, Josh, Sokolov, V., Fontes, A., Bautista, R. 2012. Internet-based stated response survey for no-notice emergency evacuations. Transportation Letters: The International Journal of Transportation Research. Vol. 4: (41-53).
  • Phillips, A.L., Phillips, G.M., Williams, M.S. (Forthcoming). What’s Good in Theory May be Flawed in Practice: Potential Legal Consequences of Poor Implementation of a Theoretical Sample. Hastings Business Law Journal. Volume 9.

Student Publications 2011

  • Baghal, T. 2011. The Measurement of Risk Perceptions: The Case of Smoking. Journal of Risk Research. 14(3):351-364.
  • Harner, M., and J. Marincic. 2011. Behind Closed Doors: The Influence of Creditors in Business Reorganizations. Seattle University Law Review, vol. 34, no. 4, 2011, pp. 1155-1217.
  • Harner, M., and J. Marincic. 2011. Committee Capture? An Empirical Analysis of the Role of Creditors’ Committees in Business Reorganizations. Vanderbilt Law Review, vol. 64, 2011, pp. 749-810.
  • Harner, M., and J. Marincic. 2011. The Potential Value of Dynamic Tension in Restructuring Negotiations. American Bankruptcy Institute Journal, February 2011.
  • Olson, K. and Bilgen, I. (011. The Role of Interviewer Experience on Acquiescence. Public Opinion Quarterly, 75(1), 99-114. (http://poq.oxfordjournals.org/content/75/1/99.short)

Student Publications 2010

  • Bilgen, I. and Belli, R. F. (2010). Comparison of Verbal Behaviors between Calendar and Standardized Conventional Questionnaires. Journal of Official Statistics, 26(3), 481-505. (http://www.jos.nu/Articles/abstract.asp?article=263481)
  • Al Baghal, T. and McCutcheon, A.L. 2010. Latent Support for Sub-National Military Groups in Pakistan. Proceedings of the Survey Research Methods Section, American Statistical Association.
  • Abdel-Monem, T., S. Bingham, J. Marincic, and A. Tomkins. 2010. Deliberation and Diversity: Perceptions of Small Group Discussions by Race and Ethnicity. Small Group Research, vol. 41, no. 6, 2010, pp. 746-776.