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9 Sun, 8/1/10, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-301 (West)
Multiple Imputations for Survey Sampling and Their Diagnostics - Invited - Papers
Section on Survey Research Methods, IMS, Health Policy Statistics Section, WNAR
Organizer(s): Jingchen Liu, Columbia University
Chair(s): Xianchao Xie, Harvard University
    2:05 PM   Imputing with Confidence — Andew Gelman, Columbia University; Jennifer Hill, New York University; Yu-Sung Su, Columbia University; Jingchen Liu, Columbia University; Sonia Todorova, Carnegie Mellon University
    2:30 PM   Multiple Imputations Quality Assessment for Survey DataJingchen Liu, Columbia University; Xiao-Li Meng, Harvard University
    2:55 PM   Diagnosing Imputation Models by Applying Target Analyses Under Posterior Replications of Observed Data — Yulei He, Harvard Medical School; Alan Zaslavsky, Harvard Medical School
    3:20 PM   Multiple Imputation Framework for Combining Data from Multiple SourcesTrivellore Raghunathan, University of Michigan
     3:45 PM   Floor Discussion
 
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19 Applied Session Theme Session Sun, 8/1/10, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-302/303 (West)
Implementation Issues for Statistical Standards - Topic Contributed - Papers
Section on Survey Research Methods
Organizer(s): John M. Bushery, U.S. Census Bureau
Chair(s): Pamela D. McGovern, U.S. Census Bureau
    2:05 PM   Establishing and Monitoring Statistical Standards in USDA-NASSWilliam L. Arends, National Agricultural Statistics Service
    2:25 PM   Implementing and Revising NCES Statistical Standards — Marilyn Seastrom, National Center for Education Statistics; J. Neil Russell, National Center for Education Statistics
    2:45 PM   Revising Statistical Standards to Keep Pace with the WebJacob Bournazian, Energy Information Administration
     3:05 PM   Disc: David Morganstein, Westat
     3:25 PM   Disc: Patrick Flanagan, U.S. Census Bureau
     3:45 PM   Floor Discussion
 
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20 Applied Session Theme Session Sun, 8/1/10, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-220 (West)
The American Community Survey: Update on Ongoing Research - Topic Contributed - Papers
Section on Survey Research Methods
Organizer(s): Robyn Sirkis, U.S. Census Bureau
Chair(s): Alfredo Navarro, U.S. Census Bureau
    2:05 PM   American Community Survey Sample Size ResearchSteven Hefter, U.S. Census Bureau
    2:25 PM   Evaluation of the Effect on Cost and Variances of the Group Quarters Cluster SizeDaniel Sommers, U.S. Census Bureau; Steven Hefter, U.S. Census Bureau
    2:45 PM   Analysis of the Variances of American Community Survey Estimates of the Group Quarters PopulationJohn Matthew Jordan, U.S. Census Bureau; Michael Beaghen, U.S. Census Bureau
    3:05 PM   An Analysis of Alternate Variance Estimation Methods for the American Community Survey Group Quarters SampleDon Keathley, U.S. Census Bureau
    3:25 PM   Investigation of Data Release Rules for Medians and Zero Estimates for the American Community SurveyKaren Ellen King, U.S. Census Bureau
     3:45 PM   Floor Discussion
 
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66 Sun, 8/1/10, 4:00 PM - 5:50 PM CC-216 (West)
Social Network Analysis: Methods and Examples - Topic Contributed - Papers
Health Policy Statistics Section, IMS, Section on Statistics and Marketing, Section on Statistics in Defense and National Security, Section on Survey Research Methods
Organizer(s): Sowmya Rao, MGH Biostatistics Center
Chair(s): Sowmya Rao, MGH Biostatistics Center
    4:05 PM   Network Model-Assisted Prevalence Estimation from Respondent-Driven Sampling DataKrista J. Gile, Nuffield College; Mark S. Hancock, University of California, Los Angeles
    4:25 PM   Marginally Specified Hierarchical Models for Networks and Relational Data: An Application to Health PolicyAndrew C. Thomas, Carnegie Mellon University; Joseph Blitzstein, Harvard University
    4:45 PM   Modeling Networks When Data Are Missing or SampledMark Stephen Handcock, University of California, Los Angeles; Krista J. Gile, Nuffield College
    5:05 PM   Degrees of Uncertainty with Uncertain Degrees in Respondent-Driven Sampling Joseph Blitzstein, Harvard University
     5:25 PM   Disc: Mark Glickman, Boston University/CHQOER
     5:45 PM   Floor Discussion
 
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68 Applied Session Theme Session Sun, 8/1/10, 4:00 PM - 5:50 PM CC-122 (West)
Recent Record Linkage at the U.S. Census Bureau - Topic Contributed - Papers
Section on Survey Research Methods
Organizer(s): Jana Asher, StatAid
Chair(s): Juan Carlos Rosa, StatAid
    4:05 PM   Census Coverage Measurement Initial Housing Unit Matching ActivitiesDiane Cronkite, U.S. Census Bureau
    4:25 PM   Fast Record Linkage of Very Large Files in Support of Decennial and Administrative Records ProjectsWilliam Winkler, U.S. Census Bureau
    4:45 PM   Current Records Linkage Research and Practice at the U.S. Census BureauDean Resnick, U.S. Census Bureau; Dean Resnick, U.S. Census Bureau
     5:05 PM   Disc: Jana Asher, StatAid
     5:25 PM   Disc: Fritz Scheuren, NORC
     5:45 PM   Floor Discussion
 
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85 Theme Session Sun, 8/1/10, 4:00 PM - 5:50 PM CC-110 (West)
Combining Data from Multiple Surveys: Design and Estimation Methods - Contributed - Papers
Section on Survey Research Methods
Chair(s): Amy Ferketich, The Ohio State University
    4:05 PM   Methods for Optimizing the Overlap of Two Consecutive Surveys While Preserving First-Order Inclusion ProbabilitiesIoana Schiopu Kratina, Statistics Canada ; Jean-Marc Fillion, Statistics Canada; Lenka Mach, Statistics Canada; Philip T. Reiss, New York University
    4:20 PM   Regression-Based Data Fusion: Robust Residual ImputationChris Moriarity, National Center for Health Statistics; Fritz Scheuren, NORC
    4:35 PM   Integrating Sample Designs for Environmental Industry and Occupational Employment SurveysShail Jain Butani, Bureau of Labor Statistics; David Salvatore Piccone, Bureau of Labor Statistics; Edwin L. Robison, Bureau of Labor Statistics
    4:50 PM   More for Less? Comparing Small-Area Estimation, Spatial Microsimulation, and Mass ImputationStephen John Haslett, Massey University; Geoffrey Jones, Massey University; Alasdair Dewar Noble, Massey University; Dimitris Ballas, University of Sheffield
    5:05 PM   Statistical Disclosure Risk of Synthetic DatasetsAnne-Sophie Charest, Carnegie Mellon University
    5:20 PM   An Estimation Method for Matrix Survey SamplingTakis Merkouris, Athens University of Economics and Business
     5:35 PM   Floor Discussion
 
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86 Theme Session Sun, 8/1/10, 4:00 PM - 5:50 PM CC-118 (West)
Small-Area Estimation - Contributed - Papers
Section on Survey Research Methods, Section on Government Statistics
Chair(s): Emma Boswell, Trinity Partners, Inc.
    4:05 PM   Building-Block BLUPs for Aggregate-Level Small-Area Estimation for Survey DataAvinash C. Singh, NORC; Pin Yuan, Human Resource and Social Development Canada
    4:20 PM   Empirical Likelihood for Small-Area EstimationSanjay Chaudhuri, National University of Singapore; Malay Ghosh, University of Florida
    4:35 PM   Robust Small Area Estimation Using a Mixture ModelJulie Gershunskaya, Bureau of Labor Statistics; Parthasarathi Lahiri , University of Maryland
    4:50 PM   Small-Area Estimation for Business SurveysWesley Yung, Statistics Canada; Susana Rubin-Bleuer, Statistics Canada; Sebastien Landry, Statistics Canada
    5:05 PM   Variance Modeling in the U.S. Small Area Income and Poverty Estimates Program (SAIPE)Sam Hawala, U.S. Census Bureau; Parthasarathi Lahiri , University of Maryland
    5:20 PM   Small-Area Estimation Approach to Estimating the Association Between Traffic-Generated Air Pollution and Early Childhood Respiratory ProblemsMine Cetinkaya, University of California, Los Angeles
     5:35 PM   Floor Discussion
 
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89 Sun, 8/1/10, 4:00 PM - 5:50 PM CC-120 (West)
National Surveys and Policies - Contributed - Papers
Section on Survey Research Methods
Chair(s): Matt Jans, U.S. Census Bureau
    4:05 PM   Modelling the UK Labour Force Survey using a Structural Time Series ModelPing Zong, Office for National Statistics UK; Julian Chow, Office for National Statistics UK; Denise Silva, Office for National Statistics UK; Paul Smith, Office for National Statistics UK; Gary Brown, Office for National Statistics UK
    4:20 PM   Using Point and Intervalized Data in Occupational Employment Statistics Survey EstimatesDavid Salvatore Piccone, Bureau of Labor Statistics; Teresa Elizabeth Hesley, Bureau of Labor Statistics
    4:35 PM   Determining the Appropriate Implementation of a Repeated Measures Analysis Comparing Two Periodic Estimates on Economic Survey DataPhilip Steel, U.S. Census Bureau; Paul Ferrara, University of Virginia; Katherine Jenny Thompson, U.S. Census Bureau
    4:50 PM   Evaluating the Effect of Dependent Sampling on the National Compensation Survey Earnings EstimatesOmolola Ojo, Bureau of Labor Statistics; Chester Ponikowski, Bureau of Labor Statistics
     5:05 PM   Floor Discussion
 
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97 Mon, 8/2/10, 7:00 AM - 8:15 AM CC-Ballroom D (West)
Section on Survey Research Methods A.M. Roundtable Discussion (fee event) - Roundtables - AM Roundtable Discussion
Section on Survey Research Methods
Organizer(s): Paul Beatty, National Center for Health Statistics
ML08: Cell Phone Surveying in the United States: An Update from a 2010 AAPOR Task ForcePaul J. Lavrakas, Independent Contractor
 
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109 Applied Session Theme Session Mon, 8/2/10, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-306 (West)
Can You Maintain Confidentiality and Have Useful Data at the Same Time? - Invited - Panel
Social Statistics Section, CHANCE, Committee on Professional Ethics, International Chinese Statistical Association, Section on Government Statistics, Health Policy Statistics Section, Section on Survey Research Methods
Organizer(s): Edward Spar, Council of Professional Associations on Federal Statistics
Chair(s): Edward Spar, Council of Professional Associations on Federal Statistics
     Abstract: Can You Maintain Confidentiality and Have Useful Data at the Same Time?
     Panelists: Michael Link, The Nielsen Company
Jennifer Madans, National Center for Health Statistics
Elaine Murakami, Federal Highway Administration
Marilyn Seastrom, National Center for Education Statistics
John Thompson, NORC
     10:15 AM   Floor Discussion
 
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116 Applied Session Theme Session Mon, 8/2/10, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-218/219 (West)
New Approaches to Estimating the Number of Farms in the United States - Topic Contributed - Papers
Section on Survey Research Methods
Organizer(s): Linda J. Young, University of Florida
Chair(s): Scot Rumburg, National Agricultural Statistics Service
    8:35 AM   An Alternate Approach to Assessing Misclassification in JASPam Arroway, North Carolina State University
    8:55 AM   Using the Census of Agriculture List Frame to Assess Misclassification in the June Area SurveyDenise Alexandra Abreu, National Agricultural Statistics Service; Andrea C. Lamas, National Agricultural Statistics Service; Kenneth K. Lopiano, University of Florida; Pam Arroway, North Carolina State University; Linda J. Young, University of Florida
    9:15 AM   Adjusting the June Area Survey for Non-response and MisclassificationKenneth K. Lopiano, University of Florida; Linda J. Young, University of Florida
    9:35 AM   Modeling Misclassification in the June Area SurveyAndrea C. Lamas, National Agricultural Statistics Service; Denise Alexandra Abreu, National Agricultural Statistics Service; Kenneth K. Lopiano, University of Florida; Pam Arroway, North Carolina State University; Linda J. Young, University of Florida
     9:55 AM   Disc: Bill Iwig, National Agricultural Statistics Service
     10:15 AM   Floor Discussion
 
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140 Applied Session Theme Session Mon, 8/2/10, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-222 (West)
Assessing Measurement Error - Contributed - Papers
Section on Survey Research Methods
Chair(s): Scott Fricker, Bureau of Labor Statistics
    8:35 AM   Methods for the Analysis of Cognitive Interviews — Johnny Blair, Abt Associates, Inc.; Pat Dean Brick, Westat
    8:50 AM   Effects of Unbounded Interviews, Time-in-Sample, and Recency on Reported Crimes in the National Crime Victimization SurveyRobert E. Fay, Westat; Jianzhu Li, Westat
    9:05 AM   Measuring Time Use in Surveys: A Novel Validation of Survey Questions Through Experience SamplingBettina Sonnenberg, German Institute for Economic Research; Michaela Riediger, Max Planck Institute for Human Development; Cornelia Wrzus, Max Planck Institute for Human Development; Gert G. Wagner, German Institute for Economic Research
    9:20 AM   Latent Class Analysis in Computer Expenditure ReportsBrian Meekins, Bureau of Labor Statistics; Clyde Tucker, Bureau of Labor Statistics; Paul Biemer, RTI International
    9:35 AM   Verbal Paradata and Survey Question Content: How Question Sensitivity and Cognitive Complexity Influence the Way Answers (and Nonanswers) to Survey Questions Are DeliveredMatt Jans, U.S. Census Bureau
    9:50 AM   Roads to Rome: A Comparison of Alternative Approaches for Evaluating Survey Error by Integrating Data from the National Immunization Survey and State Immunization RegistriesReiping Huang, NORC; Kennon R. Copeland, NORC; Philip J. Smith, National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases; Karen Cullen, National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases; Elizabeth Ormson, NORC; Kirk Wolter, NORC
    10:05 AM   Split Sample Reinterview: Some RelationshipsDhiren Ghosh, Synectics for Management Decisions Inc.
 
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141 Applied Session Mon, 8/2/10, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-224 (West)
Response Rates in Multimode Surveys and Modeling of Nonresponse - Contributed - Papers
Section on Survey Research Methods, Section on Government Statistics
Chair(s): Mary Batcher, Ernst & Young
    8:35 AM   A Comparison of Mail and Face-to-Face Responses in a Dual-Mode Survey of PhysiciansEsther Hing, National Center for Health Statistics; Chun-Ju Hsiao, National Center for Health Statistics; Paul Beatty, National Center for Health Statistics
    8:50 AM   The Effects of a Mixed-Mode Experiment on Response Rates and Nonresponse Bias in a Survey of PhysiciansEmily McFarlane Geisen, RTI International; Joseph Murphy, RTI International; Murrey G. Olmsted, RTI International; Jessica Severance, RTI International
    9:05 AM   Response and Mode Switching in a Sequential Mixed-Mode DesignRachel Levenstein, University of Michigan; James Lepkowski, University of Michigan; Jennifer Barber, University of Michigan
    9:20 AM   Comparison of Different Models for Predicting the Probability of Interview Completion in Complex Telephone SurveysXian Tao , NORC; Robert Montgomery, NORC; Zhen Zhao, CDC; Meena Khare, National Center for Health Statistics
    9:35 AM   Modeling and Simulation of Survey Collection Using ParadataKristen Couture, Statistics Canada; Elisabeth Neusy, Statistics Canada; Yves Bélanger, Statistics Canada
    9:50 AM   Contact Histories from the Survey of Grouped Individuals: Multivariate Multilevel Survival Analysis of Grouped Censored Data with Competing RisksHiroaki Minato, NORC
    10:05 AM   Providing Actionable Information from Sample Monitoring Data for Special SubsamplesElizabeth Ormson, NORC; Wei Zeng, NORC; Lin Liu, NORC; Christina Dorell, National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases
 
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142 Applied Session Mon, 8/2/10, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-223 (West)
Modeling Diagnostics and Software for Sample Surveys - Contributed - Papers
Section on Survey Research Methods, Section for Statistical Programmers and Analysts
Chair(s): Jill Dever, RTI International
    8:35 AM   Statistical Graphics of Pearson Residuals in Survey Logistic Regression Diagnosis Stanley S. Weng, National Agricultural Statistics Service
    8:50 AM   Evaluating Imputation Methods and Software for Missing Vaccination Data in the National Immunization SurveyTaylor Lewis, National Center for Health Statistics; Meena Khare, National Center for Health Statistics
    9:05 AM   Robust Covariate Control in Cluster-Randomized Trials with MPLUS and WinBUGSJiaquan Fan, Westat
    9:20 AM   Estimating the R-Indicator, Its Standard Error, and Other Related Statistics with SAS and SUDAANMichael Witt, RTI International
     9:35 AM   Floor Discussion
 
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143 Mon, 8/2/10, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-220 (West)
Survey Models for Causal Estimation, Calibration, and Bayesian Estimation - Contributed - Papers
Section on Survey Research Methods, Section on Bayesian Statistical Science
Chair(s): Rebecca Roberts Andridge, The Ohio State University
    8:35 AM   Causal Inference Using Semi-parametric ImputationAndrea Piesse, Westat; David Judkins, Westat; Laura Alvarez-Rojas, Westat; William R. Shadish, University of California, Merced
    8:50 AM   Multiple Imputation for causal InferenceIrina Bondarenko, University of Michigan; Trivellore Raghunathan, University of Michigan
    9:05 AM   Building Regression Trees on Data from a Complex SampleDaniell Toth, Bureau of Labor Statistics; John L. Eltinge, Bureau of Labor Statistics
    9:20 AM   Logistic Generalized Regression (LGREG) Estimator in Cluster SamplesTimothy Kennel, U.S. Census Bureau
    9:35 AM   Modeling Log-Linear Restricted Conditional Probabilities for Prediction in SurveysYves Thibaudeau, U.S. Census Bureau; Eric Slud, U.S. Census Bureau; Alfred Gottschalck, U.S. Census Bureau
    9:50 AM   Bayesian Quantile Regression in Stratified SamplingNanhua Zhang, University of Michigan; Michael R. Elliott, University of Michigan
     10:05 AM   Floor Discussion
 
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151 Applied Session Theme Session Mon, 8/2/10, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-210 (West)
Evaluation, Modeling, and Management of Costs and Risks During Changes in Survey Procedures - Invited - Papers
Section on Survey Research Methods, Section on Government Statistics, Health Policy Statistics Section
Organizer(s): John L. Eltinge, Bureau of Labor Statistics
Chair(s): Cheryl Eavey, National Science Foundation
    10:35 AM   The Use of Paradata to Monitor and Manage Survey Data Collection — Mick Couper, University of Michigan; Frauke Kreuter, University of Maryland; Lars Lyberg, Statistics Sweden
    11:00 AM   Design and Operational Changes for REACH USRachel Harter, NORC
    11:25 AM   The Influence of Prior Experiences in Managing Current and Future Risks During Survey Transition Points on the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH)Joe Gfroerer, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration; Jonaki Bose, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
     11:50 AM   Disc: John L. Eltinge, Bureau of Labor Statistics
     12:10 PM   Floor Discussion
 
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158 Applied Session Mon, 8/2/10, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-209 (West)
Confidentiality and Data Access Issues - Topic Contributed - Papers
Section on Survey Research Methods, Committee on Professional Ethics
Organizer(s): Chris Chapman, Bureau of Labor Statistics
Chair(s): Chris Chapman, Bureau of Labor Statistics
    10:35 AM   A New Approach to Protect Confidentiality for Census Microdata with Missing ValuesYajuan Si, Duke University; Jerome P. Reiter, Duke University
    10:55 AM   Procedures to Reduce the Risk of Disclosure in Health SurveysMeena Khare, National Center for Health Statistics; Joe Fred Gonzalez, Jr., National Center for Health Statistics; Peter Meyer, National Center for Health Statistics
    11:15 AM   Disclosure Avoidance for Census 2010 and American Community Survey Five-Year Tabular Data ProductsLaura Zayatz, U.S. Census Bureau; Paul Massell , U.S. Census Bureau; Jason Lucero, U.S. Census Bureau; Asoka Ramanayake, U.S. Census Bureau
    11:35 AM   (In)Effectiveness of Independent Rounding of Discrete Tabular Data as Statistical Disclosure Control StrategyRamesh A. Dandekar, Energy Information Administration
    11:55 AM   Data Access and Confidentiality Policies of the National Children's Study Jennifer Park, Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development; Paymon Hashemi, Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development
     12:15 PM   Floor Discussion
 
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159 Theme Session Mon, 8/2/10, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-222 (West)
Approaches for Creating Weights for Merged Cell Phone Sample Frames with Traditional Landline Frames for Telephone Surveys - Topic Contributed - Papers
Section on Survey Research Methods, Section on Government Statistics
Organizer(s): Michael Davern, NORC
Chair(s): Michael Davern, NORC
    10:35 AM   Comparison of Characteristics of Cell-Only, Cell-Mostly, and Landline HouseholdsWei Zeng, NORC; Benjamin Skalland, NORC; Karen Wooten, National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases; Meena Khare, National Center for Health Statistics
    10:55 AM   Dual-Frame Sample Sizes (RDD and Cell) for Future Minnesota Health Access SurveysSteven Pedlow, NORC; Kanru Xia, NORC; Michael Davern, NORC
    11:15 AM   Dual-Frame Weights (Landline and Cell) for the 2009 Minnesota Health Access SurveyKanru Xia, NORC; Steven Pedlow, NORC; Michael Davern, NORC
    11:35 AM   Modeling Multi-Time-Period State-Level Estimates for Wireless-Only, Wireless-Mostly, Landline-Mostly, and Landline-Only HouseholdsNadarajasundaram Ganesh, NORC; Michael Davern, NORC; Stephen Blumberg, National Center for Health Statistics; Julian Luke, National Center for Health Statistics; Michel Boudreaux, University of Minnesota, SHADAC
     11:55 AM   Floor Discussion
 
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185 Applied Session Mon, 8/2/10, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-223 (West)
Issues in Data Collection and Processing: Listing, Interviewing, and Interviewer Training - Contributed - Papers
Section on Survey Research Methods, Section on Government Statistics
Chair(s): Jeri Mulrow, National Science Foundation
    10:35 AM   Evaluation of the Innovations Implemented in the 2009 Canadian Census TestJean-Francois Rodrigue, Statistics Canada; Danielle Lebrasseur, Statistics Canada; Jennifer Taylor, Statistics Canada; Jean-Pierre Morin, Statistics Canada
    10:50 AM   GIS for Automated Case and Segment Assignment for In-Person StudiesMichael Latterner, NORC; Ned English, NORC
    11:05 AM   What Can 179 Million Phone Calls Indicate About the Possibilities for the Future of Telephone Data Collection?Daniel Evan Williams, Western Wats; Edward Paul Johnson, Opinion Outpost
    11:20 AM   Characteristics of Falsified InterviewsElizabeth Love, U.S. Census Bureau; Chrishelle Lawrence, U.S. Census Bureau
    11:35 AM   Minimizing Survey Error Through Interviewer Training: New Procedures Applied to the National Health Interview SurveyJames M. Dahlhamer, National Center for Health Statistics; Marcie L.. Cynamon, National Center for Health Statistics; Jane F. Gentleman, National Center for Health Statistics; Andrea Piani, U.S. Census Bureau; Michael J. Weiler, U.S. Census Bureau
     11:50 AM   Floor Discussion
 
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186 Mon, 8/2/10, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-216 (West)
Latent Variable Modeling Using Survey Data: Methods and Application - Contributed - Papers
Section on Survey Research Methods, Section on Bayesian Statistical Science
Chair(s): Qixuan Chen, Columbia University
    10:35 AM   Time Varying Covariates in Markov Latent Class Analysis: Some Problems and SolutionsMarcus E. Berzofsky, RTI International; Paul Biemer, RTI International; William D. Kalsbeek, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    10:50 AM   Incorporating Sampling Designs Into a Grade of Membership (GoM) ModelMarnie Bertolet, University of Pittsburgh
    11:05 AM   Generalized Structured Component Analysis with Latent InteractionsHeungsun Hwang, McGill University; Moon-Ho Ringo Ho, Nanyang Technological University; Jonathan Lee, California State University, Long Beach
    11:20 AM   A Method for Improving List Building: Cluster ProfilingWilliam Cecere, National Agricultural Statistics Service; Denise Alexandra Abreu, National Agricultural Statistics Service
     11:50 AM   Floor Discussion
 
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189 Mon, 8/2/10, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-Exhibit Hall A (West)
Invited Poster Oral Presentations - Invited - Poster Presentations
Biometrics Section, Business and Economic Statistics Section, ENAR, IMS, Section on Bayesian Statistical Science, Section on Nonparametric Statistics, Section on Physical and Engineering Sciences, Section on Statistical Learning and Data Mining, Section on Statistics in Epidemiology, Section on Survey Research Methods, WNAR
Chair(s): Peiyong (Annie) Qu, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
01: Joint Modeling of Epigenetic Data, Transcription Factor Binding Data, and Expression DataGuanghua Xiao, UT Southwestern Medical Center
02: Incorporating Chromosomal Spatial Correlation Through 3D Structures Into Microarray Data AnalysisXinlei Wang, Southern Methodist University; Guanghua Xiao, UT Southwestern Medical Center; Arkady Khodursky, University of Minnesota
03: Cancer Marker Identification via Penalized Integrative AnalysisShuangge Ma, Yale University
04: Bayesian, Frequentist, or Both? Model-Robust Regression and the 'Sandwich' EstimatorAdam A. Szpiro, University of Washington; Kenneth Rice, University of Washington; Thomas Lumley, University of Washington
05: Analyzing Methods of ImputationScott Daniel Crawford, Texas A&M University
06: WITHDRAWN: Município-Level Estimates of Child Mortality for Brazil: A New Approach Using Bayesian Statistics — Sarah McKinnon, Population Research Center; Joseph E. Potter, Population Research Center
07: Parallel Statistical Computing: Are We Embracing the Scalable Concurrency Revolution?George Ostrouchov, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
08: Generic Framework for Parallel Statistical ComputingHana Sevcikova, University of Washington
09: Sequential Application of a Third-Order Test Design in Six Dimensions Incorporating an Orthogonality ConstraintWilliam Line, DOES Institute; Mike Morton, DOES Institute; Norman Draper, University of Wisconsin-Madison
10: Parallel Implementation of Response Surface Regression on RHao Yu, The University of Western Ontario
11: Mode-Based Clustering with Applications to Information VisualizationJia Li, Penn State; Xiaolong Zhang, Penn State
12: A Comparative Study of Variable Screening Methods: Univariate vs. Multivariate ScreeningCong Liu, The Ohio State University; Tao Shi, The Ohio State University; Yoonkyung Lee, The Ohio State University
13: Efficient Classification for Longitudinal DataXianlong Wang, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center; Peiyong (Annie) Qu, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
14: Adaptive Confidence Intervals for the Test Error in ClassificationEric B. Laber, University of Michigan
15: Energy Functions for Dimension Reduction and Graph VisualizationLisha Chen, Yale University
16: Grouping Pursuit and Feature Selection Over a GraphYunzhang Zhu, University of Minnesota; Xiaotong Shen, University of Minnesota
17: Classfication Using Matrix Predictors with Application in Toxicant IdentificationWenxuan Zhong, University of Illinois
18: ROC Regression Using Percentile Values for Event Time OutcomesYuying Jin, University of Washington; Margaret Sullivan Pepe, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center; Yingye Zheng, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
19: Hill's Matrix Augments the Barell Matrix for Identifying Knee Injuries in Active Duty U.S. ArmyCraig James McKinnon, United States Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine; Owen Hill, United States Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine; Ashley Kay, United States Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine; Monika Wahi, United States Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine
20: A latent space representation of overdispersed relative propensity in ``How many X's do you know?' dataTyler McCormick, Columbia University; Tian Zheng, Columbia University
21: Development of Imaging Biomarkers for Clinical Trials: Applications in Glioblastoma MultiformeHyun (Grace) Kim, University of California, Los Angeles; Jing Huo, University of California, Los Angeles; Matt Brown, University of California, Los Angeles; Jonathan Goldin, University of California, Los Angeles
22: Development of Imaging Biomarkers for Clinical Trials: Applications in Rheumatoid ArthritisGrace S. Park, Amgen Inc.
23: WITHDRAWN: Improving Clinical Utility of Physiologic MRI — John Kornak, University of California, San Francisco; Karl Young, University of California, San Francisco; Ying Lu, Stanford University; Norbert Schuff, University of California, San Francisco; Jeff Kasten, University of California, San Francisco; Mike Weiner, University of California, San Francisco
 
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191 Mon, 8/2/10, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-Exhibit Hall A (West)
Contributed Oral Poster Presentations: Section on Survey Research Methods - Contributed - Poster Presentations
Section on Survey Research Methods
Chair(s): Peiyong (Annie) Qu, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
30: Using an Action-Research Model to Move from Conversational to Hybrid Standardized Interviewing: A Case StudyWilliam Mockovak, Bureau of Labor Statistics
31: Using the Research Data Center to Analyze Genetic Data Karen Davis, National Center for Health Statistics; Peter Meyer, National Center for Health Statistics
32: Reliability of Relative Standard Errors Computed from NHDS Public Use Data FilesBill Cai, National Center for Health Statistics; Iris Shimizu, National Center for Health Statistics
33: Erosion Prediction with USLE and RUSLE2Yang Li, Iowa State University
34: Methodology Used for Measuring Use of Electronic Medical Records in Physician Practices in 2008 and 2009 NAMCSIris Shimizu, National Center for Health Statistics
35: Equivalence of Conditional Logistic Regression and Ordinary Logistic Regression via Infinite Replication of ObservationsZhulin He, University of Florida; Babette Brumback, University of Florida
36: Time Series Analyses of Price IndicesMoonJung Cho, Bureau of Labor Statistics; John L. Eltinge, Bureau of Labor Statistics; Patrick A. Bobbitt, Bureau of Labor Statistics; Eungchun Cho, Kentucky State University
37: Application of a Fay-Modified Balanced Repeated Replication Method to the National Health Interview Survey (NHIS)Van Parsons, National Center for Health Statistics
38: The Impact of Small Cluster Size on Multilevel Models: A Monte Carlo Examination of Two-Level Models with Binary and Continuous PredictorsBethany A. Bell, University of South Carolina; Grant B. Morgan, University of South Carolina; Jeffrey D. Kromrey, University of South Florida; John M. Ferron, University of South Florida
39: A Simulation to Evaluate the Impact of Design on Model-Based Methods for National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) Data Linked with Environmental ExposuresJennifer Parker, National Center for Health Statistics; Lester Randolph Curtin, CDC; Van Parsons, National Center for Health Statistics
40: Spline Models for the Population Total from PPS Samples: The Precision Gain from Knowing the Sizes of Nonsampled UnitsSahar Z. Zangeneh, University of Michigan; Roderick Joseph Little, University of Michigan
41: How Does Unusual Local Weather Affect Public Opinion About Climate Change?Bin Liu, Iowa State University
42: Effective Sampling Methodology for Program Evaluation in Developing CountriesDhuly Chowdhury, RTI International; Karol Krotki, RTI International; Lauren Courtney, RTI International
43: WITHDRAWN: Quality of Primary Care and Subsequent Health Care Utilization Among Children with Special Health Care Needs: A Secondary Analysis of the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey — Minghua Mei, Baylor College of Medicine/Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center; Jean Raphael, Baylor College of Medicine; David Brousseau, Medical College of Wisconsin; Thomas Giordano, Baylor College of Medicine
44: Improving the Propensity Score Equal Frequency Adjustment Estimator Using an Alternative WeightDaniel K. Yang, Oregon State University; Alix I. Gitelman, Oregon State University; Virginia M. Lesser, Oregon State University; David S. Birkes, Oregon State University
45: Characteristics of Sampling Plans for Food Inspection in JapanYoshiki Tsukakoshi, National Food Research Institute; Takahiro Wawtanabe, National Institute for Health Science
 
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208 Mon, 8/2/10, 12:30 PM - 1:50 PM CC-Ballroom D (West)
Section on Survey Research Methods P.M. Roundtable Discussion (fee event) - Roundtables - PM Roundtable Discussion
Section on Survey Research Methods
Organizer(s): Paul Beatty, National Center for Health Statistics
ML28: Incorporating and Managing Paradata Into Survey Operations for Quality Control and Cost ContainmentCheryl Landman, U.S. Census Bureau; Andrea Piani, U.S. Census Bureau
 
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228 Theme Session Mon, 8/2/10, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-215 (West)
Examining Bias in Landline Telephone Surveys - Topic Contributed - Papers
Section on Survey Research Methods
Organizer(s): Michael Davern, NORC
Chair(s): Steven Pedlow, NORC
    2:05 PM   Can Post-Stratification Adjustments Do Enough to Reduce Bias in Telephone Surveys That Do Not Sample Cell Phones? It DependsKathleen Thiede Call , University of Minnesota, SHADAC; Michael Davern, NORC; Michel Boudreaux, University of Minnesota, SHADAC; Pamela Jo Johnson, Allina Health Systems; Justine Nelson, Minnesota Department of Health
    2:25 PM   Change in Nontelephone Household Measurement by the U.S. Census Bureau and Its Impact on Telephone Surveys Using a Nontelephone Household Post-Stratification AdjustmentMichael Davern, NORC; Peter Graven, University of Minnesota; Michel Boudreaux, University of Minnesota, SHADAC; Kathleen Thiede Call , University of Minnesota, SHADAC
    2:45 PM   Comparing Vaccination Estimates from Four Survey Designs: Vaccination Estimates from RDD, RDD+Cell, ABS, and Area Probability SamplingMartin Barron, NORC; Karen Wooten, National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases; Beth Taylor, National Center for Health Statistics
    3:05 PM   Comparison of Influenza Vaccination Rates in Cell-Only, Cell-Mostly, and Landline Households in the National 2009 H1N1 Flu SurveyNicholas Davis, NORC; Kennon R. Copeland, NORC; Margrethe Montgomery, NORC; James A. Singleton, National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases
     3:25 PM   Disc: Peter Miller, Northwestern University
     3:45 PM   Floor Discussion
 
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229 Applied Session Mon, 8/2/10, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-214 (West)
Multivariate Imputation for Agricultural Resource Management Survey Data - Topic Contributed - Papers
Section on Survey Research Methods
Organizer(s): Sujit Kumar Ghosh, North Carolina State University
Chair(s): Sujit Kumar Ghosh, North Carolina State University
    2:05 PM   Examining the Challenges of Missing Data Analysis in Phase Three of the Agricultural Resource Management SurveyDarcy Miller, National Agricultural Statistics Service
    2:25 PM   Innovative Imputation Techniques Designed for the AgriculturalMichael Robbins, National Institute of Statistical Sciences
    2:45 PM   An Assessment of Imputation Methods for the USDA's Agricultural Resource Management Survey — Sujit Kumar Ghosh, North Carolina State University; Barry Goodwin, North Carolina State University; Joshua D. Habiger, National Agricultural Statistics Service/National Institute of Statistical Sciences; Timothy Paul Keller, National Agricultural Statistics Service; Darcy Miller, National Agricultural Statistics Service; Michael Robbins, National Institute of Statistical Sciences; Kirk White, National Agricultural Statistics Service
    3:05 PM   Using Copula Methods to Create Synthetic Data Sets for Agricultural Applications Timothy Paul Keller, National Agricultural Statistics Service; Darcy Miller, National Agricultural Statistics Service
     3:25 PM   Disc: Dale Atkinson, National Agricultural Statistics Service
     3:45 PM   Floor Discussion
 
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255 Applied Session Theme Session Mon, 8/2/10, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-109 (West)
Assessing and Adjusting for Nonresponse Via Imputation, Matching, or Modeling - Contributed - Papers
Section on Survey Research Methods
Chair(s): Rachel Harter, NORC
    2:05 PM   Estimating Characteristics of Energy Expenditure using Measurement Error ModelsNicholas Koenen Beyler, Iowa State University; Sarah Nusser, Iowa State University; Wayne A. Fuller, Iowa State University ; Alicia Carriquiry, Iowa State University; Gregory Welk, Iowa State University
    2:20 PM   Estimating Technology Adoption and Aggregate Volumes from U.S. Payments Surveys in the Presence of Complex Item NonresponseMay X. Liu, Federal Reserve Board; Geoffrey R. Gerdes, Federal Reserve Board
    2:35 PM   Assessing Nonresponse Bias and Measurement Error Using Statistical MatchingJohn Dixon, Bureau of Labor Statistics
    2:50 PM   A Semiparametric Approach to Inference with Nonignorable Missing Data Using Surrogate InformationSixia Chen, Iowa State University; Jae-Kwang Kim, Iowa State University
    3:05 PM   Analyzing Nonresponse Bias Among Kindergarten Teachers in the Head Start Family and Child Experiences Survey (FACES)Barbara Lepidus Carlson, Mathematica Policy Research, Inc.; Jerry West, Mathematica Policy Research, Inc.
    3:20 PM   Incorporating Nonresponse Follow-Up Into a Main Survey Data SetShin-Jung Lee, University of Michigan; James Lepkowski, University of Michigan; Kristen Olson, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Dandan Zhang, Westat
    3:35 PM   On Modeling and Estimation of Response Probabilities When Missing Data Are Not Missing at RandomMichail Sverchkov, Bureau of Labor Statistics
 
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276 Applied Session Tue, 8/3/10, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-120 (West)
Methodological Issues in the Meta-Analysis of Observational Studies - Invited - Papers
SSC, Biometrics Section, ENAR, IMS, Health Policy Statistics Section, Section on Survey Research Methods
Organizer(s): Karla M.P. Fox, Statistics Canada
Chair(s): David Dolson, Statistics Canada
    8:35 AM   Methodological Issues in the Meta-Analysis of Observational StudiesLauren Griffith, McMaster University
    9:00 AM   Issues in the Meta-Analysis of Observational DataGeorge A. Wells, University of Ottawa Heart Institute
    9:25 AM   A Framework for the Meta-Analysis of Survey DataKarla M.P. Fox, Statistics Canada
     9:50 AM   Disc: Dave Binder, Statistics Canada
     10:10 AM   Floor Discussion
 
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278 Tue, 8/3/10, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-109 (West)
Double Protection When Adjusting for Nonresponse in Surveys - Invited - Papers
Section on Survey Research Methods, Health Policy Statistics Section, WNAR
Organizer(s): Phillip S. Kott, RTI International
Chair(s): Ralph E. Folsom, RTI International
    8:35 AM   Providing Double Protection for Unit Nonresponse with a Nonlinear Calibration RoutineGeorge Gordon Brown, RTI International
    9:00 AM   Doubly robust inference with missing data in survey samplingJae-Kwang Kim, Iowa State University; David Haziza, Université de Montréal
    9:25 AM   Weights, Double Protection, and Multiple ImputationPhillip S. Kott, RTI International ; Ralph E. Folsom, RTI International
     9:50 AM   Disc: Wayne A. Fuller, Iowa State University
     10:10 AM   Floor Discussion
 
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279 Applied Session Theme Session Tue, 8/3/10, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-118 (West)
The U.S. Federal Statistical System 2.0: Future Directions - Invited - Panel
Section on Government Statistics, Business and Economic Statistics Section, Section on Survey Research Methods, Social Statistics Section
Organizer(s): Rochelle (Shelly) Wilkie Martinez, Office of Management and Budget
Chair(s): Katherine K. Wallman, Office of Management and Budget
     Abstract: The U.S. Federal Statistical System 2.0: Future Directions
     Panelists: Steve Landefeld, Bureau of Economic Analysis
Robert M. Groves, U.S. Census Bureau
Edward J. Sondik, National Center for Health Statistics
Hermann Habermann, United Nations Statistics Division
Connie Citro, The National Academies
     10:15 AM   Floor Discussion
 
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292 Tue, 8/3/10, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-111/112 (West)
Methodological Issues in Measuring and Estimating Health Care Use - Topic Contributed - Papers
Health Policy Statistics Section, Biometrics Section, ENAR, Section on Survey Research Methods
Organizer(s): Steven Machlin, AHRQ
Chair(s): Trena Ezzati-Rice, AHRQ
    8:35 AM   Methodological Comparison of Estimates of Ambulatory Health Care Use from the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey and Other Data Sources — Jeff Rhoades, AHRQ; Joel Cohen, AHRQ; Steven Machlin, AHRQ
    8:55 AM   Evaluation of Health Care Utilization Data from the National Survey on Drug Use and HealthJonaki Bose, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration; Joe Gfroerer, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration; Michael Pemberton, RTI International
    9:15 AM   Estimating Total Emergency Department Visits: A Comparison of Two Data Sources — Ryan Mutter, AHRQ; Steven Machlin, AHRQ; Pamela Owens, AHRQ
    9:35 AM   Application of Small-Area Estimation Methods to Emergency Department Data from the National Hospital Ambulatory Medical Care SurveyVladislav M. Beresovsky, National Center for Health Statistics; Cathy Burt, National Center for Health Statistics; Van Parsons, National Center for Health Statistics; Nathaniel Schenker, National Center for Health Statistics
    9:55 AM   Assessing the Accuracy of Prescription Drug Data for Medicare Beneficiaries in the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey Marc Zodet, AHRQ; Samuel Zuvekas, AHRQ; Steven Hill, AHRQ; Edward Miller, AHRQ
     10:15 AM   Floor Discussion
 
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293 Applied Session Theme Session Tue, 8/3/10, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-122 (West)
Innovations in Substance Use Data Analysis: Marginal Structural Models, Multilevel Models, and Latent Class Analysis - Topic Contributed - Papers
Health Policy Statistics Section, Section on Survey Research Methods
Organizer(s): Susan Paddock, RAND Corporation
Chair(s): Rui Wang, Harvard School of Public Health
    8:35 AM   Assessing Concurrent Effects of Substance Abuse Treatment Modalities Using Marginal Structural Models — Beth Ann Griffin, RAND Corporation; Rajeev Ramchand, RAND Corporation; Cha-Chi Fan, RAND Corporation; Daniel Almirall, University of Michigan; Daniel F. McCaffrey, RAND Corporation
    8:55 AM   Understanding Time-Varying Moderation Effects When Evaluating Substance Abuse Treatment Modalities Using Structural Nested Mean ModelsDaniel Almirall, University of Michigan; Dan Nettleton, Iowa State University; Cha-Chi Fan, RAND Corporation; Beth Ann Griffin, RAND Corporation; Daniel F. McCaffrey, RAND Corporation
    9:15 AM   Analysis of Rolling Group Therapy Data Using Conditionally Autoregressive PriorsSusan Paddock, RAND Corporation; Sarah Hunter, RAND Corporation; Katherine Watkins, RAND Corporation; Daniel F. McCaffrey, RAND Corporation
    9:35 AM   Latent Class-Profile Analysis: An Application to Stage-Sequential Process of Under-Age Drinking BehaviorsHwan Chung, Ewha Womans University
     9:55 AM   Floor Discussion
 
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313 Applied Session Theme Session Tue, 8/3/10, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-117 (West)
Assessing Nonresponders and Nonresponse Bias - Contributed - Papers
Section on Survey Research Methods, Section on Government Statistics
Chair(s): Benmei Liu, National Cancer Institute
    8:35 AM   Profiles of Responses Over the 2006 Canadian Census Collection Period: What Are the Differences for Early and Late Responses?Laurent Roy, Statistics Canada; Catherine Corriveau, Statistics Canada; Laura McFarlane, Statistics Canada
    8:50 AM   Nonresponse in a Survey of Military Personnel: What Record Data Can Tell UsMonica L. Wolford, U.S. Army Research Institute; Lynn M. Milan, U.S. Army Research Institute
    9:05 AM   2003 National Survey of College Graduates Nonresponse Bias AnalysisMichael White, U.S. Census Bureau
    9:20 AM   Do Characteristics of RDD Survey Respondents Differ According to Difficulty of Obtaining Response?Pheny Weidman, Bureau of Transportation Statistics
    9:35 AM   Try, Try Again: Response and Nonresponse in the 2009 SCF PanelArthur B. Kennickell, Federal Reserve Board
    9:50 AM   Assuming 'e'Ashley Amaya, NORC; Gary Euler, National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases
    10:05 AM   Experimenting with Pre-Contact Strategies for Reducing Nonresponse in an Economic SurveyAlfred David Tuttle, U.S. Census Bureau; Richard S. Hough, U.S. Census Bureau; Jeri Mulrow, National Science Foundation; Kenneth M. Pick, U.S. Census Bureau; Diane K. Willimack, U.S. Census Bureau
 
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314 Applied Session Theme Session Tue, 8/3/10, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-110 (West)
Survey Design: Issues and Applications - Contributed - Papers
Section on Survey Research Methods, Section on Government Statistics
Chair(s): Karol Krotki, RTI International
    8:35 AM   The Global Adult Tobacco Survey (GATS): Sample Design and Related MethodsWilliam D. Kalsbeek, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; J. Michael Bowling, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Krishna M. Palipudi, CDC
    8:50 AM   Subsegments for One-Unit Acceptance-Rejection Sampling for Covering Missed Housing Units — Avinash C. Singh, NORC; Kirk Wolter, NORC
    9:05 AM   Expected Number of Random Duplications Within or Between ListsWilliam E. Yancey, U.S. Census Bureau
    9:20 AM   Sample Design Methodology for Studying Patients Using Registry DataShelton M. Jones, RTI International; Lauren A. McCormack, RTI International; Timothy Patrick Johnson, Survey Research Laboratory; Connie L. Hobbs, RTI International; Joseph P. McMichael, RTI International; Steven B. Clauser, National Cancer Institute
    9:35 AM   Is There Nonrandom Selection in Matched Administrative Earnings Data? Evidence from the Health and Retirement StudyJesse Bricker, Federal Reserve Board
    9:50 AM   Understanding the Effect of Job Satisfaction Moderated by Job Involvement on Interviewer TurnoverAshley Bowers, University of Michigan; Rachel A Orlowski, University of Michigan; Hyun Jung Lee, University of Michigan; Christopher Antoun, University of Michigan
    10:05 AM   On Quality of Ancillary Data Available for Address-Based SamplingJ. Michael Dennis, Knowledge Networks; Charles DiSogra, Knowledge Networks; Mansour Fahimi, Marketing Systems Group
 
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321 Applied Session Theme Session Tue, 8/3/10, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-211 (West)
Innovative Use of Paradata Across Continents in Large-Scale Complex Surveys: Nonresponse Adjustment, Data Quality Control, and Theoretical Underpinnings (in Honor of Robie Sangster) - Invited - Papers
Section on Survey Research Methods, Section on Government Statistics, Health Policy Statistics Section
Organizer(s): Young Chun, NORC
Chair(s): James Lepkowski, University of Michigan
    10:35 AM   Paradata in the European Social Survey: Studying Nonresponse and Adjusting for BiasIneke Stoop, The Netherlands Institute for Social Research/SCP; Jaak Billiet, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven; Achim Koch, Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences
    10:55 AM   Assessing Contact History Data Quality and Consistency Across Several Federal SurveysNancy Bates, U.S. Census Bureau; James M. Dahlhamer, National Center for Health Statistics; Polly Phipps, Bureau of Labor Statistics; Adam Safir, Bureau of Labor Statistics; Lucilla Tan, Bureau of Labor Statistics
    11:15 AM   A Study of Modeling Longitudinal Nonresponse Using Paradata in the Survey of Labour and Income Dynamics (SLID) — Beatrice Baribeau, Statistics Canada; Wisner Jocelyn, Statistics Canada
    11:35 AM   A Response Propensity Modeling Navigator for ParadataYoung Chun, NORC; Mike Kwanisai, NORC; Linda Hamilton, American Institutes for Research
     11:55 AM   Disc: Fritz Scheuren, NORC
     12:15 PM   Floor Discussion
 
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333 Theme Session Tue, 8/3/10, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-218/219 (West)
In Honor of Rod Little's 60th Birthday: Survey Methodology and Beyond - Topic Contributed - Papers
Section on Survey Research Methods
Organizer(s): Michael R. Elliott, University of Michigan
Chair(s): Michael R. Elliott, University of Michigan
    10:35 AM   Inference for Changes in the Kappa Statistic in Multi-level Clustered Binary DataRebecca Roberts Andridge, The Ohio State University
    10:55 AM   Variable Selection for Multiply-Imputed Data Qixuan Chen, Columbia University; Sijian Wang, University of Wisconsin-Madison
    11:15 AM   Multiple Imputation of Disease Status Based on a Two-Phase Sample Design Steven G. Heeringa, University of Michigan
    11:35 AM   Multiple Imputation Method for Disclosure Limitation in Longitudinal DataDi An, Merck & Co., Inc.; Roderick Joseph Little, University of Michigan; James W. McNally, University of Michigan
    11:55 AM   Spline-Based Models for Prediction in Survey SamplesHui Zheng, Harvard Medical School
     12:15 PM   Floor Discussion
 
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358 Applied Session Tue, 8/3/10, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-212 (West)
New Research in Weighting Methodologies - Contributed - Papers
Section on Survey Research Methods
Chair(s): Wendy J. Barboza, National Agricultural Statistics Service
    10:35 AM   Selection of Replacement Samples for Nonresponding Units in Surveys That Use PPS SelectionKadaba P. Srinath, Abt Associates, Inc.
    10:50 AM   Effect of Benchmark Cells Collapse Patterns on the National Compensation Survey Earnings EstimatesDee Zamora, Bureau of Labor Statistics; Jonathan Lisic, National Agricultural Statistics Service ; Chester Ponikowski, Bureau of Labor Statistics
    11:05 AM   Weight Calibration across Subject-Specific Samples in the National Assessment of Educational ProgressJennifer Kali, Westat; Tom Krenzke, Westat; Keith Rust, Westat; John Burke, Westat
    11:20 AM   Iterative Weighting Procedures for School Surveys: Trimming and Raking as One AlgorithmRonaldo Iachan, ICF Macro; James G. Ross, ICF Macro; Mirna Moloney, ICF Macro
    11:35 AM   A Generalization of Maximum Entropy Weighting (MAXENT) for the Analysis of Internet Panel DataSilvia Biffignandi, University of Bergamo; Jasjeet Sekhon, University of California, Berkeley; Erin Hartman, University of California, Berkeley; Donald B. Rubin, Harvard University
    11:50 AM   Assessment of Alternative Weighting Methods for the National Health Interview Survey — David Shaw, University of Maryland; Joe Fred Gonzalez, Jr., National Center for Health Statistics; Meena Khare, National Center for Health Statistics
     12:05 PM   Floor Discussion
 
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359 Applied Session Theme Session Tue, 8/3/10, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-220 (West)
Address-Based Sampling - Contributed - Papers
Section on Survey Research Methods, Section on Government Statistics, Social Statistics Section
Chair(s): Hans Kiesl, Regensburg University of Applied Sciences
    10:35 AM   Address-Based Area Sampling: An Efficient Hybrid Between Address-Based Sampling and Area Sampling — Avinash C. Singh, NORC; Peter K. Kwok, NORC
    10:50 AM   Predicting the Coverage of Address-Based Sampling Frames Prior to Sample SelectionJoseph P. McMichael, RTI International; Vincent G. Iannacchione, RTI International; Bonnie Shook-Sa, RTI International; Jamie L. Ridenhour, RTI International; Katherine Morton, RTI International; James R. Chromy, RTI International
    11:05 AM   The Presence and Characteristics of Households at Addresses Obtained by Traditional Field Listing and from USPS-Based ListsSarah Shore, Westat; Jill Montaquila, Westat; Valerie Hsu, Westat
    11:20 AM   An Evaluation of Delivery Sequence File Sufficiency in Rural and Suburban Segments: When Is Listing Required?Katie Dekker, NORC; Ned English, NORC
    11:35 AM   Using a "Match Rate" Model to Predict Areas where USPS-Based Address Lists May Be Used in Place of Traditional ListingValerie Hsu, Westat; Jill Montaquila, Westat; J. Michael Brick, Westat
    11:50 AM   The Implications of Geocoding Error on Address-Based Sampling Bonnie Shook-Sa, RTI International; Joseph P. McMichael, RTI International; Jamie L. Ridenhour, RTI International
    12:05 PM   Address-Based Sampling and the National Survey on Drug Use and Health: Evaluating the Effects of Coverage BiasKatherine Morton, RTI International; Joseph P. McMichael, RTI International; Jamie L. Ridenhour, RTI International; Jonaki Bose, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
 
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376 Tue, 8/3/10, 12:30 PM - 1:50 PM CC-Ballroom D (West)
Section on Survey Research Methods P.M. Roundtable Discussion (fee event) - Roundtables - PM Roundtable Discussion
Section on Survey Research Methods
Organizer(s): Paul Beatty, National Center for Health Statistics
TL27: Communicating Qualitative Research Findings to a Statistical AudienceKathy Downey, Bureau of Labor Statistics
TL28: CANCELLED: Best Practices for Asking Questions on Sexual Orientation on Surveys — Barry Wayne Johnson, IRS; Elizabeth Saewyc, The University of British Columbia
 
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396 Applied Session Theme Session Tue, 8/3/10, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-301 (West)
In Honor of Rod Little's 60th Birthday: Statistical Analysis of Missing Data - Topic Contributed - Papers
Section on Survey Research Methods
Organizer(s): Ying Yuan, MD Anderson Cancer Center
Chair(s): Ying Yuan, MD Anderson Cancer Center
    2:05 PM   Estimation Bias in Complete-Case Analysis in Crossover Studies with Missing DataFang Liu, Merck Research Laboratories
    2:25 PM   Modeling Longitudinal Dyadic Data with Informative DropoutGuangyu Zhang, University of Maryland; Ying Yuan, MD Anderson Cancer Center
    2:45 PM   A Test of Missing Completely at Random for Regression Data with NonresponseGong Tang, University of Pittsburgh
    3:05 PM   Robust ROC Analysis Using Auxiliary Variables in the Presence of Missing Biomarker ValuesXiaoxi Zhang, Pfizer Inc.; Qi Long, Emory University
    3:25 PM   Addressing the Missing Data Problem in Clinical TrialsLinda Yau, Genentech
     3:45 PM   Floor Discussion
 
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397 Applied Session Theme Session Tue, 8/3/10, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-211 (West)
Data Quality and Measurement Errors in Longitudinal Surveys - Topic Contributed - Papers
Section on Survey Research Methods
Organizer(s): Ting Yan, NORC
Chair(s): Frauke Kreuter, University of Maryland
    2:05 PM   Measurement Error in Measures of Change: Role of Dependent Interviewing and Other Questioning TechniquesPeter Lynn, University of Essex
    2:25 PM   Panel Conditioning in the Consumer Expenditure Interview SurveyTing Yan, NORC; Kennon R. Copeland, NORC
    2:45 PM   The Relationship Between Nonresponse and Data Quality in the Current Population SurveyScott Fricker, Bureau of Labor Statistics
    3:05 PM   Studying Recall Error in Survey Data Using Administrative Records — Sigrid Behr, BIPS - Uni Bremen; Johannes Eggs, BIPS - Uni Bremen; Gerrit Müller, IAB; Iris Pigeot-Kübler, BIPS - Uni Bremen; Walter Schill, BIPS - Uni Bremen; Rainer Schnell, Uni Duisburg-Essen; Mark Trappmann, IAB
    3:25 PM   Seam Effects in Quantitative ResponsesFrederick Conrad, Institute for Social Research; Lance Rips, Northwestern University; Scott Fricker, Bureau of Labor Statistics
     3:45 PM   Floor Discussion
 
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419 Applied Session Tue, 8/3/10, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-216 (West)
Analysis Applications with Survey Data - Contributed - Papers
Section on Survey Research Methods, Section on Government Statistics, Social Statistics Section
Chair(s): Mary H. Mulry, U.S. Census Bureau
    2:05 PM   Sampling and Weighting Issues in the National Immunization Survey Evaluation StudyKimball Jonas, U.S. Census Bureau
    2:20 PM   Modeling H1N1 Vaccination Rates — Nadarajasundaram Ganesh, NORC; James A. Singleton, National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases; Kennon R. Copeland, NORC; Tammy Santibanez, National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases; Nicholas Davis, NORC
    2:35 PM   Using the National Inpatient Sample (NIS) to Identify Injury Patterns from External Causes of Injury Heather Watson, Exponent, Inc.; Madhu Iyer, Exponent, Inc.
    2:50 PM   Ambient Air Pollutants and Mortality: A Meta-AnalysisElizabeth Anne Stanwyck, University of Maryland Baltimore County; Bimal K. Sinha, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
    3:05 PM   Look Back in Anger? Ten Years on: The Statistical Issues in Bush vs. GoreColin McIlheney, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
    3:20 PM   Logistic Regression Analysis of Disabled Employee DataBerna Yazici, Anadolu University; Betül Kan, Anadolu University; Yener Sisman, Anadolu University; Fatma Kocabas, Anadolu University
    3:35 PM   Serial Comparisons in Small Domain Models: A Residual-Based ApproachWesley Basel, U.S. Census Bureau; Sam Hawala, U.S. Census Bureau; David Powers, U.S. Census Bureau
 
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420 Applied Session Theme Session Tue, 8/3/10, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-212 (West)
Issues in Sample Design: Frame Construction, Sample Selection, and Maintenance - Contributed - Papers
Section on Survey Research Methods, Section on Government Statistics
Chair(s): Jana Asher, StatAid
    2:05 PM   Multiple Frame Sample Design and Estimation for the 2008 National Sample Survey of Registered Nurses - Theory, Implementation, and AssessmentRalph DiGaetano, Westat; Jim Green, Westat; Jay Clark, Westat; Marshall Fritz, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
    2:20 PM   Frame Construction and Sample Maintenance for Current Economic SurveysKatrina T. Washington, U.S. Census Bureau; James N. Burton, U.S. Census Bureau; Ruth Detlefsen, U.S. Census Bureau
    2:35 PM   Selecting Kindergarten Children by Three Stage Indirect SamplingHans Kiesl, Regensburg University of Applied Sciences
    2:50 PM   Pilot Survey Results from the Canadian Survey of Household Spending RedesignJohanne Tremblay, Statistics Canada; Jenny Lynch, Statistics Canada; Guylaine Dubreuil , Statistics Canada
    3:05 PM   Evaluating Sample Design Issues in the National Compensation SurveyGwyn R. Ferguson, Bureau of Labor Statistics; Chester Ponikowski, Bureau of Labor Statistics; Joan Coleman, Bureau of Labor Statistics
    3:20 PM   Challenges in the Design of the Canadian Community Health Survey on Healthy AgingLeon Jang, Statistics Canada; Martin Provost, Statistics Canada; Adam Sherk, Statistics Canada
    3:35 PM   Eliminating Invisible Boundaries in the National Children's Study While Preserving Selection ProbabilitiesColm O'Muircheartaigh, NORC; Edward Marks English, NORC
 
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447 Wed, 8/4/10, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-301 (West)
Plans for Coverage Measurement of the Next Censuses in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom - Invited - Papers
Section on Survey Research Methods, CHANCE, International Chinese Statistical Association, Section on Government Statistics, Social Statistics Section
Organizer(s): Vincent Thomas Mule, Jr., U.S. Census Bureau
Chair(s): Howard Hogan, U.S. Census Bureau
    8:35 AM   U.S. Census Coverage Measurement Demographic Analysis PlansJason Devine, U.S. Census Bureau
    9:00 AM   U.S. Census Coverage Measurement Survey PlansVincent Thomas Mule, Jr., U.S. Census Bureau
    9:25 AM   Census-Coverage Studies in Canada: A History with Emphasis on the 2011 CensusDavid Dolson, Statistics Canada
    9:50 AM   Coverage Assessment in the 2011 UK CensusOwen Abbott, Office for National Statistics UK; James Brown, Institute of Education
     10:15 AM   Floor Discussion
 
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483 Applied Session Theme Session Wed, 8/4/10, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-215 (West)
Innovations in Imputation Methodology and Application - Contributed - Papers
Section on Survey Research Methods, Section on Government Statistics
Chair(s): Joerg Drechsler, Institute for Employment Research
    8:35 AM   Balanced Random Imputation for Estimating Coefficients of Correlations in SurveysDavid Haziza, Université de Montréal; Guillaume Chauvet, ENSAI
    8:50 AM   Imputation Methods for Wave Nonresponse in Panel SurveysKyu-Seong Kim, University of Seoul
    9:05 AM   Evaluation of the Quality of Imputation of Goods and Services Tax (GST) Revenue for Late TransactionsJoanne Leung, Statistics Canada
    9:20 AM   Using SRMI for Nonresponse Adjustments in IRS' Taxpayer Compliance Studies — Karen Masken, IRS; Wei Liu, IRS; Getaneh Yismaw, IRS
    9:35 AM   Bootstrap Variance Estimation in the Presence of Imputed DataChristian Léger, Université de Montréal; Zeinab Mashreghi, Université de Montréal; David Haziza, Université de Montréal
     9:50 AM   Floor Discussion
 
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484 Wed, 8/4/10, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-209 (West)
Optimal Survey Designs - Contributed - Papers
Section on Survey Research Methods
Chair(s): Shiying Wu, RTI International
    8:35 AM   Optimal Survey Design: A ReviewJeffrey Mark Gonzalez, Bureau of Labor Statistics; John L. Eltinge, Bureau of Labor Statistics
    8:50 AM   Probability-Proportional-to-Size Sampling from a Rare PopulationJens Olofsson, Örebro University
    9:05 AM   Multi-Objective Evolutionary Algorithms for Multivariate Optimal AllocationCharles D. Day, IRS
    9:20 AM   Optimal Design for Consistent Rating of Classroom InstructionsYongyun Shin, Virginia Commonwealth University; Stephen W. Raudenbush, The University of Chicago
    9:35 AM   Where Youth Buy Cigarettes: Clustering Patterns and Efficient DesignChristopher Patrick Cummiskey, RTI International; Victoria McNerney, RTI International; Karol Krotki, RTI International
    9:50 AM   Using Stratification Trends to Keep Tobacco Products Out of the Hands of MinorsVictoria McNerney, RTI International; Christopher Patrick Cummiskey, RTI International; Karol Krotki, RTI International
    10:05 AM   Adaptive Contact Strategies in Telephone and Face-to-Face SurveysJames Wagner, University of Michigan
 
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489 Applied Session Theme Session Wed, 8/4/10, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-209 (West)
Advancing Statistical Methodology for USDA Surveys and Their Analysis - Invited - Papers
ENAR, Section on Survey Research Methods
Organizer(s): Nell Sedransk, National Institute of Statistical Sciences
Chair(s): Mark Harris, National Agricultural Statistics Service
    10:35 AM   Multivariate Imputation Methods for Agricultural Resource Management Survey (ARMS) DataSujit Kumar Ghosh, North Carolina State University; Michael Robbins, National Institute of Statistical Sciences; Joshua D. Habiger, National Agricultural Statistics Service/National Institute of Statistical Sciences; Darcy Miller, National Agricultural Statistics Service
    11:00 AM   Precise Estimates of the Number of Farms in the United StatesLinda J. Young, University of Florida; Denise Alexandra Abreu, National Agricultural Statistics Service; Pam Arroway, North Carolina State University; Andrea C. Lamas, National Agricultural Statistics Service; Kenneth K. Lopiano, University of Florida
    11:25 AM   Advancing Statistical Methodology for USDA Surveys and Their AnalysisJianqiang (Jay) Wang, National Institute of Statistical Sciences ; Scott Holan, University of Missouri; Balgobin Nandram, Worcester Polytechnic Institute ; Criselda Toto, Worcester Polytechnic Institute; Wendy J. Barboza, National Agricultural Statistics Service; Edwin Anderson, National Agricultural Statistics Service
     11:50 AM   Disc: Jean Opsomer, Colorado State University
     12:10 PM   Floor Discussion
 
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492 Applied Session Wed, 8/4/10, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-301 (West)
Conducting Effective Nonresponse Bias Analysis Studies in Household and Establishment Surveys - Invited - Papers
Section on Government Statistics, Health Policy Statistics Section, Section on Survey Research Methods, Social Statistics Section
Organizer(s): Katherine Jenny Thompson, U.S. Census Bureau
Chair(s): Katherine Jenny Thompson, U.S. Census Bureau
    10:35 AM   Conducting Nonresponse Bias Analysis for Business SurveysJoanna Fane Lineback, U.S. Census Bureau; Katherine Jenny Thompson, U.S. Census Bureau
    11:00 AM   Measuring Nonresponse Bias in the National Crime Victimization SurveyZhiwei Zhang, NORC; Louise Woodburn, NORC; Fritz Scheuren, NORC
    11:25 AM   Conducting Nonresponse Bias Analyses in Federal SurveysBrian Harris-Kojetin, Office of Management and Budget
     11:50 AM   Disc: J. Michael Brick, Westat
     12:10 PM   Floor Discussion
 
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508 Applied Session Theme Session Wed, 8/4/10, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-210 (West)
Issues in Measuring Health Disparities - Topic Contributed - Papers
Health Policy Statistics Section, Biometrics Section, ENAR, Section on Survey Research Methods
Organizer(s): Makram Talih, CUNY School of Public Health at Hunter College
Chair(s): Makram Talih, CUNY School of Public Health at Hunter College
    10:35 AM   Adjusting for Treatment Disparities in Observational ResearchMarshall M. Joffe, University of Pennsylvania
    10:55 AM   Collider Stratification Bias as a Threat to Validity in U.S.-Based Health Disparities ResearchWhitney R. Robinson, University of Michigan; Jay Kaufman, McGill University
    11:15 AM   Measuring Health Disparities in a Geographic Context: Spatial Estimates of Local Health DisparitiesLance Waller, Emory University; Megan Price, Benetech; Eric Tassone, Google; David C. Wheeler, National Cancer Institute
    11:35 AM   A Symmetric, Entropy-Based, Relative and Quasi-Absolute Measure of Health Disparities: An Example Using Dental Caries in U.S. Children and AdolescentsLuisa N. Borrell, Lehman College - CUNY; Makram Talih, CUNY School of Public Health at Hunter College
    11:55 AM   Underlying Properties of Health Disparity IndicesStuart A. Gansky, University of California, San Francisco; Nancy F. Cheng, University of California, San Francisco; Gloria C. Mejia, University of California, San Francisco
     10:15 AM   Floor Discussion
 
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527 Wed, 8/4/10, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-211 (West)
Variance Estimation in Complex Sample Designs - Contributed - Papers
Section on Survey Research Methods
Chair(s): Brad Edwards, Westat
    10:35 AM   Horvitz-Thompson Variance Weights: Exact vs. ApproximateJames R. Chromy, RTI International
    10:50 AM   Further Simulation Results on the Distribution of Some Survey Variance EstimatorsElizabeth T. Huang, U.S. Census Bureau; William R. Bell, U.S. Census Bureau
    11:05 AM   Evaluation of Methods for Second-Stage Variance Estimation for the Drug Abuse Warning Network SurveyRong Cai, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration; Kathy Poneleit, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
    11:20 AM   Variance Estimation for a Small Number of PSUsHyunshik Lee, Westat
    11:35 AM   Alternative Variance Estimators for a Measurement Error ModelEmily Berg, Iowa State University ; Wayne A. Fuller, Iowa State University
    11:50 AM   Simulation of Incorporating the Variance from Missing Data in Census Coverage Measurement (CCM) Variance EstimatesRichard Griffin, U.S. Census Bureau
     12:05 PM   Floor Discussion
 
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549 Wed, 8/4/10, 12:30 PM - 1:50 PM CC-Ballroom D (West)
Section on Survey Research Methods P.M. Roundtable Discussion (fee event) - Roundtables - PM Roundtable Discussion
Section on Survey Research Methods
Organizer(s): Paul Beatty, National Center for Health Statistics
WL28: Evaluation and Management of Cost Structures in Statistical Work with Administrative Record DataJohn L. Eltinge, Bureau of Labor Statistics
WL29: Fitting Multilevel Models to Complex Sample Survey DataBrady West, Institute for Social Research
 
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551 Applied Session Theme Session Wed, 8/4/10, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-224 (West)
Nonparametric and Semiparametric Methods for Complex Surveys - Invited - Papers
Section on Survey Research Methods, IMS, Section on Nonparametric Statistics
Organizer(s): Suojin Wang, Texas A&M University
Chair(s): Suojin Wang, Texas A&M University
    2:05 PM   Nonparametric and Semiparametric M-Quantile Inference for Longitudinal Data — Nikos Tzavidis, CSSR; Nicola Salvati, DSMAE; Hukum Chandra, IASRI; Raymond Chambers, CSSM
    2:30 PM   Nonparametric Regression in Some Nonstandard Sampling SituationsAlan H. Dorfman, Bureau of Labor Statistics
    2:55 PM   Semiparametric Marginal Mean Models for Longitudinal Survey DataLi Wang, The University of Georgia; Suojin Wang, Texas A&M University
    3:20 PM   Nonparametric Endogenous Poststratification EstimationJay Breidt, Colorado State University; Mark Dahlke, Colorado State University; Jean Opsomer, Colorado State University; Ingrid Van Keilegom, Université Catholique de Louvain
     3:45 PM   Floor Discussion
 
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556 Applied Session Theme Session Wed, 8/4/10, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-122 (West)
Implementing the Measuring American Poverty Act in States and Local Areas - Invited - Papers
Social Statistics Section, Section on Government Statistics, Section on Survey Research Methods
Organizer(s): Mark Levitan, NYC Center for Economic Opportunity
Chair(s): Mark Levitan, NYC Center for Economic Opportunity
    2:05 PM   Using the American Community Survey (ACS) to Implement a National Academy of Sciences (NAS)-Style Poverty MeasureTrudi Renwick, U.S. Census Bureau; Mark Levitan, NYC Center for Economic Opportunity
    2:25 PM   Development of the Wisconsin Poverty Measure: Methods and Findings for 2008Timothy Smeeding, Institute for Research on Poverty
    2:45 PM   Imputation Variance Estimation Protocols for the NAS Poverty Measure: The New York City Poverty Measure ExperienceFrank Potter, Mathematica Policy Research, Inc.; Eric Grau, Mathematica Policy Research, Inc.; John Czajka, Mathematica Policy Research, Inc.; Mark Levitan, NYC Center for Economic Opportunity
    3:05 PM   The Analysis of the TANF and Food Stamp Programs with Matched Administrative and Survey DataBruce D. Meyer, The University of Chicago; George Falco, NYS Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance
     3:25 PM   Disc: Gayatri Koolwal, The World Bank
     3:45 PM   Floor Discussion
 
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567 Theme Session Wed, 8/4/10, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-205 (West)
Cross-National Survey Research Methodology - Topic Contributed - Papers
Section on Survey Research Methods
Organizer(s): Tom W. Smith, NORC
Chair(s): Tom W. Smith, NORC
    2:05 PM   Two Approaches to Design EffectsMatthias Ganninger, Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences; Sabine Häder, Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences; Siegfried Gabler, Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences
    2:25 PM   A Preliminary Assessment of Cultural Variability in Respondent ActionsTimothy Patrick Johnson, Survey Research Laboratory; Young Ik Cho, Survey Research Laboratory; Allyson Holbrook, Survey Research Laboratory
    2:45 PM   Design Effects and Misspecification Effects for Cross-National Comparisons Where Sample Design Varies Between CountriesOlena Kaminska, University of Essex; Peter Lynn, University of Essex
    3:05 PM   A Framework for Monitoring Quality in Cross-National Survey ResearchBeth-Ellen Pennell, University of Michigan; Kirsten Alcser, University of Michigan; Sue Ellen Hansen, University of Michigan; Ashley Bowers, University of Michigan
     3:25 PM   Floor Discussion
 
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568 Applied Session Wed, 8/4/10, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-206 (West)
Innovative Statistical Methods for Improving Estimates Derived from Samples of Administrative Records - Topic Contributed - Papers
Section on Survey Research Methods
Organizer(s): Barry Wayne Johnson, IRS
Chair(s): Tamara Rib, IRS
    2:05 PM   An Application of Calibration Approach in Weight Trimming for Stratum JumpersYan K. Liu, IRS; Phillip S. Kott, RTI International ; Lance L. Harris, IRS
    2:25 PM   Creating a 100-Year Time Series of Tax Data with Consistent Income Ranges from Existing Historical Tabulations and Current Microdata - Part 1: Why and HowVictoria Bryant, IRS; Yan K. Liu, IRS; Fritz Scheuren, NORC; Katie Thamert, IRS
    2:45 PM   Developing an Optimal Approach to Account for Late-Filed Returns in Population EstimatesCynthia Belmonte, IRS; Charles D. Day, IRS; Paul Arnsberger, IRS; Brian Raub, IRS
    3:05 PM   Applying Alternative Variance Estimation Methods for Totals Under Raking in SOI's Corporate SampleValerie Testa, IRS; Kimberly Henry, IRS; Richard Valliant, University of Maryland
    3:25 PM   Alternative Weight Trimming Methods to Estimate Totals in Single-Stage Sample DesignsKimberly Henry, IRS
     3:45 PM   Floor Discussion
 
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570 Applied Session Theme Session Wed, 8/4/10, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-109 (West)
Two-Phase Data Collection Designs - Topic Contributed - Papers
Section on Survey Research Methods, WNAR
Organizer(s): J. Michael Brick, Westat
Chair(s): J. Michael Brick, Westat
    2:05 PM   Maximizing Response for Households with Children in a Two-Phase Address-Based SampleJill Montaquila, Westat; J. Michael Brick, Westat; Douglas Williams, Westat
    2:25 PM   Findings from a Two-Phase Mail Survey for a Study of VeteransDavid Cantor, Westat; Richard Sigman, Westat; Daifeng Han, Westat; Maribel Aponte, Veterans Administration
    2:45 PM   A Pilot Test of a Dual Frame Mail Survey of Recreational Marine Anglers Nancy Mathiowetz, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee; Rob Andrews, NOAA; J. Michael Brick, Westat; Lynne Stokes, Southern Methodist University
    3:05 PM   Implementing Two-Stage Interviewing in an RDD SurveyW. Sherman Edwards, Westat; J. Michael Brick, Westat; Royce Park, University of California, Los Angeles Center for Health Policy Research; David Grant, University of California, Los Angeles Center for Health Policy Research
     3:25 PM   Disc: Don Dillman, Washington State University
     3:45 PM   Floor Discussion
 
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593 Applied Session Wed, 8/4/10, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-218/219 (West)
Issues with Data Collection and Processing: Editing, Enumeration, and Incentives - Contributed - Papers
Section on Survey Research Methods, Section on Government Statistics, Social Statistics Section
Chair(s): Joseph P. McMichael, RTI International
    2:05 PM   Coordinated Collection and the Quality of Paradata for CAPI Surveys at Statistics Canada Lihua An, Statistics Canada; Guy Laflamme, Statistics Canada
    2:20 PM   Probabilistic Approach to EditingMaiki Ilves, Örebro University
    2:35 PM   Evaluating Incentive Effects in the National Health Study for a New Generation of U.S. Veterans SurveyPablo Aliaga, Health Research and Analysis; Steven Coughlin, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs; Samar DeBakey, Health Research and Analysis; Patricia Vanderwolf, Abt SRBI; Shannon Barth, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs; Stephanie Eber, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs; Jessica Maillard, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs; Meredith Williams, HMS Technologies; Aaron Schneiderman, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
    2:50 PM   Respondent Incentives: Do They Bring Different Respondents to the Data Table?Alicia M. Frasier, NORC; Heather M. Morrison, NORC; Kathleen B. Santos, NORC
    3:05 PM   Estimating Nonsampling Errors in Estimates of Omissions and Erroneous Enumerations in the 2010 CensusMary H. Mulry, U.S. Census Bureau; Bruce D. Spencer, Northwestern University
    3:20 PM   Ensuring Data Quality in the 2011 Canadian CensusYves Beland, Statistique Canada
     3:35 PM   Floor Discussion
 
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594 Applied Session Theme Session Wed, 8/4/10, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-114/115 (West)
Coverage Bias in RDD Surveys: Comparisons with Address-Based and Web Samples - Contributed - Papers
Section on Survey Research Methods, Section on Government Statistics, Social Statistics Section
Chair(s): Lars Lyberg, Statistics Sweden
    2:05 PM   Arbitron's Hybrid Sampling Frame Approach Balances Coverage and ResponseAlan R. Tupek, Arbitron Inc.
    2:20 PM   Sampling Children and Teens in a Cell Phone Health SurveyDavid Grant, University of California, Los Angeles Center for Health Policy Research; Sunghee Lee, University of California, Los Angeles Center for Health Policy Research; Royce Park, University of California, Los Angeles Center for Health Policy Research; J. Michael Brick, Westat; W. Sherman Edwards, Westat; W. Sherman Edwards, Westat
    2:35 PM   Noncoverage Bias in Household Landline Telephone Surveys: The BRFSS ExperienceLina Balluz, CDC; Shaohua Sean Hu, CDC; Michael P. Battaglia, Abt Associates, Inc.; Martin R. Frankel, Baruch College, CUNY
    2:50 PM   Is ABS a Viable Alternative to RDD?Karol Krotki, RTI International
    3:05 PM   An Examination of the Bias Effects with a Two-Phase Address-Based SampleDaifeng Han, Westat; Jill Montaquila, Westat; Douglas Williams, Westat; J. Michael Brick, Westat
    3:20 PM   Comparing Web Panel Samples vs. Non-Panel Samples of Medical DoctorsLin Chiat Chang, LinChiat Chang Consulting, LLC; Jeremy Brody, Kantar Health
    3:35 PM   Evaluating the Need for Purging Listed Business Phone NumbersShaohua Sean Hu, CDC; Brian F. Head, RTI International; Lina Balluz, CDC
 
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Wed, 8/4/10, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM CC-111/112 (West)
Section on Survey Research Methods Business Meeting
Section on Survey Research Methods
Chair(s): Howard Hogan, U.S. Census Bureau
 
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611 Thu, 8/5/10, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-221 (West)
Student Paper Competition Winners - Topic Contributed - Papers
Social Statistics Section, Section on Government Statistics, Section on Survey Research Methods
Organizer(s): Joseph J. Salvo, New York City Department of City Planning
Chair(s): Casey Corcoran, U.S. Census Bureau
    8:35 AM   Random Group Variance Estimators for Survey Data with ImputationQi Tang, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Jun Shao, University of Wisconsin-Madison
    8:55 AM   The Impact of Measurement Error in Auxiliary Variables on Model-Based Estimation of Finite Population Totals: A Simulation StudyBrady West, Institute for Social Research
    9:15 AM   New Data Dissemination Approaches in Old Europe: Synthetic Data Sets for a German Establishment SurveyJoerg Drechsler, Institute for Employment Research
    9:35 AM   Descriptive Comparison of Populations by Rates: The Analysis of Departures from the Equirates ModelMauricio Sadinle, Universidad Nacional de Colombia
     9:55 AM   Floor Discussion
 
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613 Applied Session Thu, 8/5/10, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-122 (West)
Issues in Cross-Cultural and Comparative Questionnaire Design, Pretesting, and Administration - Topic Contributed - Papers
Section on Survey Research Methods
Organizer(s): Gordon Willis, National Cancer Institute
Chair(s): Joanne Pascale, U.S. Census Bureau
    8:35 AM   Issues in Cross-Cultural and Comparative Questionnaire Design, Pretesting, and Administration Gordon Willis, National Cancer Institute
    8:55 AM   Developing Multilingual Questionnaires: A Sociolinguistic PerspectiveYuling Pan, U.S. Census Bureau
    9:15 AM   Analysis of Chinese Speakers' Responses to Survey Intention QuestionsAnna Yukyee Chan, U.S. Census Bureau; Yuling Pan, U.S. Census Bureau
    9:35 AM   A Mixed-Method Approach for Measurement Construction for Cross-National StudiesKristen S. Miller, National Center for Health Statistics; Aaron Maitland, National Center for Health Statistics
     9:55 AM   Floor Discussion
 
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614 Applied Session Thu, 8/5/10, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-222 (West)
Recent Research on Current Population Survey Methodology - Topic Contributed - Papers
Section on Survey Research Methods, Section on Government Statistics, Social Statistics Section
Organizer(s): Samson Adeshiyan, U.S. Census Bureau
Chair(s): Samson Adeshiyan, U.S. Census Bureau
    8:35 AM   Applying a Family Equalization Adjustment to Weighting for the Current Population SurveyAndrew Zbikowski, U.S. Census Bureau
    8:55 AM   Sample Correlations of Current Population Survey Unemployment StatisticsReid Rottach, U.S. Census Bureau
    9:15 AM   Current Population Survey Correlations Across and Within the 1990/2000 Phase-In/Phase-Out PeriodAntoinette Lubich, U.S. Census Bureau; Reid Rottach, U.S. Census Bureau
    9:35 AM   Evaluating Alternative Criteria for Primary Sampling Units StratificationKhandaker Mansur, U.S. Census Bureau; Benjamin Reist, U.S. Census Bureau; Patrick Flanagan, U.S. Census Bureau
    9:55 AM   Using Latent Class Models to Better Understand Reliability in Measures of Labor Force StatusBac Tran, U.S. Census Bureau
     10:15 AM   Floor Discussion
 
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639 Theme Session Thu, 8/5/10, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-220 (West)
Novel Survey Design and Estimation Methods - Contributed - Papers
Section on Survey Research Methods
Chair(s): Richard Sigman, Westat
    8:35 AM   Design Effects for Totals in Multi-stage SamplesKeith Rust, Westat; Pam Broene, Westat
    8:50 AM   An Improved Method for Constructing Confidence Intervals for Quantiles from Survey DataAkhil Vaish, RTI International; Babubhai Shah, SAFAL Institute
    9:05 AM   Constrained Estimation of Cell-Only Households by Block Group Using Iterative CalibrationMansour Fahimi, Marketing Systems Group; Paul Rappoport, Centris; Kevin Babyak, Centris; David Malarek, Marketing Systems Group
    9:20 AM   Improving Efficiency of Ratio-Type Estimators Through Order StatisticsEvrim Oral, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center
    9:35 AM   Some Theory for the Propensity Scoring Adjustment Estimator — Jae-Kwang Kim, Iowa State University; Minsun Kim, Iowa State University; Jay Breidt, Colorado State University
    9:50 AM   An Introduction to Presampling Inference IIStephen Woodruff, Specified Designs
    10:05 AM   On Sample Sizes in a Longitudinal SurveyAndrew Vogt, Georgetown University; Dhiren Ghosh, Synectics for Management Decisions Inc.
 
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648 Applied Session Thu, 8/5/10, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-120 (West)
Measurement of Elusive Populations and Phenomena: Experiences and Challenges from the Human Rights Field - Invited - Papers
Social Statistics Section, Section on Government Statistics, Section on Survey Research Methods
Organizer(s): Megan Price, Benetech
Chair(s): Lillian Lin, CDC
    10:35 AM   Measuring Elusive Populations with Multiple Systems Estimation: A Case Study in CasanareKristian Lum, Duke University; Megan Price, Benetech; Patrick Ball, Benetech
    11:00 AM   Challenges in Sampling Elusive PopulationsGraham Kalton, Westat
    11:25 AM   Measuring Lethal Counterinsurgency Violence in Amritsar District, India Using a Referral-Based Sampling TechniqueRomesh Silva, Benetech; Jeff Klingner, Benetech; Scott Weikart, Benetech
     11:50 AM   Disc: Steven Thompson, Simon Fraser University
     12:10 PM   Floor Discussion
 
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650 Applied Session Thu, 8/5/10, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-211 (West)
Current Applications of Small-Area Estimation Using Data from Complex Surveys - Invited - Papers
Section on Survey Research Methods, Committee on Applied Statisticians, IMS, Section on Government Statistics, Social Statistics Section
Organizer(s): Michael E. Bellow, National Agricultural Statistics Service, Parthasarathi Lahiri , University of Maryland
Chair(s): Cynthia Clark, National Agricultural Statistics Service
    10:35 AM   Current Developments in Small-Area Estimation at Statistics CanadaMichel Arsene Hidiroglou, Statistics Canada
    11:00 AM   An Evaluation of Housing Unit and Block Cluster Effects on Small-Area Census Coverage Variability in the 2006 Census TestDonald Malec, U.S. Census Bureau
    11:25 AM   An Empirical Bayes Approach for the National Agricultural Statistics Service's County Estimation ProgramMichael E. Bellow, National Agricultural Statistics Service; Parthasarathi Lahiri , University of Maryland
     11:50 AM   Disc: Robert E. Fay, Westat
     12:10 PM   Floor Discussion
 
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654 Applied Session Theme Session Thu, 8/5/10, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-109 (West)
Recent Developments in Address-Based Sampling Methodologies - Topic Contributed - Papers
Section on Survey Research Methods
Organizer(s): Mansour Fahimi, Marketing Systems Group
Chair(s): Mansour Fahimi, Marketing Systems Group
    10:35 AM   Obtaining Population Representation with an Address-Based Sampling DesignMichael Link, The Nielsen Company; Jennie Lai, The Nielsen Company; Charles Shuttles, The Nielsen Company
    10:55 AM   Qualities of Coverage: Who Is Included or Excluded by Decisions of Frame Composition?Edward Marks English, NORC; Colm O'Muircheartaigh, NORC; Katie Dekker, NORC; Michael Latterner, NORC
    11:15 AM   On the Quality of Ancillary Data Available for Address-Based SamplingCharles DiSogra, Knowledge Networks; Erlina Hendarwan, Knowledge Networks
    11:35 AM   The Best of Both Worlds: A Sampling Frame Based on Address-Based Sampling and Field EnumerationVincent G. Iannacchione, RTI International; Katherine Morton, RTI International; Joseph P. McMichael, RTI International; Bonnie Shook-Sa, RTI International; Jamie L. Ridenhour, RTI International; Stephanie J. Stolzenberg, RTI International; David Bergeron, RTI International; James R. Chromy, RTI International; Art Hughes, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
    11:55 AM   'Unmatched' RDD and ABS Sample: Are We Reaching the Same Population? — Anna Fleeman, Arbitron Inc.; Robin Gentry, Arbitron Inc.; Nicole Wasikowski, Arbitron Inc.
     12:15 PM   Floor Discussion
 
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655 Applied Session Thu, 8/5/10, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-122 (West)
Measurement Issues in Counting Workplace Injuries and Illnesses - Topic Contributed - Papers
Section on Survey Research Methods, Section on Quality and Productivity
Organizer(s): Polly Phipps, Bureau of Labor Statistics
Chair(s): Daniell Toth, Bureau of Labor Statistics
    10:35 AM   Allegations of Undercounting in the BLS Survey of Occupational Injuries and IllnessesJohn Ruser, Bureau of Labor Statistics
    10:55 AM   Using Capture-Recapture Analysis to Identify Factors Associated with Differential Reporting of Workplace Injuries and IllnessesBrooks Pierce, Bureau of Labor Statistics; Nicole Nestoriak, Bureau of Labor Statistics; Leslie I. Boden, Boston University
    11:15 AM   Employer Interviews: Exploring Differences in Reporting Work Injuries and Illnesses in the Survey of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses and State Workers' Compensation ClaimsPolly Phipps, Bureau of Labor Statistics; Danna Moore, Social and Economic Sciences Research Center
    11:35 AM   Work-Related Injury and Illness Surveillance Through Multiple Data Sources, a Pilot ProjectSara E. Wuellner, Washington State Dept. of Labor & Industries; David Bonauto, Washington State Dept. of Labor & Industries; Nicole Riester, Washington State Dept. of Labor & Industries; Cody Spann, Washington State Dept. of Labor & Industries
     11:55 AM   Disc: Michael Larsen, The George Washington University
     12:15 PM   Floor Discussion
 
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685 Applied Session Theme Session Thu, 8/5/10, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-110 (West)
Adjusting for Nonresponse via Novel Weighting Methodologies - Contributed - Papers
Section on Survey Research Methods, Section on Government Statistics
Chair(s): Fritz Scheuren, NORC
    10:35 AM   Inverse Probability Weighting for Clustered NonresponseChris Skinner, University of Southampton
    10:50 AM   Use of Propensity Weights and Categories in a Two-Stage Survey — Pedro Saavedra, ICF Macro; Martin Wulfe, ICF Macro; Daniel Geller, ICF Macro; Lee Harding, ICF Macro; Sheku Kamara, U.S. Department of Agriculture; Ted Macaluso, U.S. Department of Agriculture
    11:05 AM   Using Call-Back Data to Adjust for Nonignorable Nonresponse: Results of an Empirical StudyPaul Biemer, RTI International; Kevin Wang, RTI International; Patrick Chen, RTI International
    11:20 AM   Use of Single Years of Age in the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH) Weighting to Improve Drug Prevalence EstimatesPatrick Chen, RTI International; Neeraja Sathe, RTI International; Michael Jones, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration; Lanting Dai, RTI International; Jeff Laufenberg, RTI International; Ralph E. Folsom, RTI International; Harper Gordek, RTI International
    11:35 AM   Nonparametric Estimation of Response Probabilities in Survey Sampling: An Empirical InvestigationAudrey Beliveau, Université de Montréal; David Haziza, Université de Montréal
     11:50 AM   Floor Discussion
 

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