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Survey Research and Design Colloquium and Workshop Series

February 14, 2014 SMU

In partnership with SMU's Richard B. Johnson Center for Economic Studies and the Community Development Department of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, SMU's Center on Research and Evaluation (CORE) offers a colloquium and workshop series that focuses on survey research. Topics include practice contexts for survey research; the development, design, and use of survey instruments in social and behavioral research; and analysis of survey data.

Schedule

Date

Event

Speaker(s)

2/14

Free colloquium
Noon-1 p.m

Is a Probability Sample Required?

Dr. Lynne Stokes
SMU

2/28

Free colloquium
Noon-1 p.m

Dynamic Panel Data Models with Irregular Spacing

Dr. Daniel Millimet
SMU

3/7

Free colloquium
Noon-1 p.m

Design of a Probability Sample of Food Banks in North Texas

Doctoral Students
SMU's Dept. of Statistical Science

3/28

Free colloquium
Noon-1 p.m

TBA

Dr. Paul Yovanoff
SMU

4/4

Workshop

Practical Applications

Dr. Steven Ross
Johns Hopkins University, University of Memphis

4/11

Free colloquium
Noon-1 p.m

Analyzing Survey Item Data

Dr. Michael Rodriguez
University of Minnesota

4/25

Workshop

Rapid Survey Development: Traditional Focus

Dr. Neil Abell
Florida State University

5/9

Free colloquium
Noon-1 p.m

Satisficing When Answering Questions:
A Theoretical Explanation for a Wide Range of Findings in the Questionnaire Design Literature

Dr. Jon Krosnick
Stanford University

For more information, visit the Center on Research and Evaluation website