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23
Sun, 8/4/2013, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-516e
Applications and Overviews of Record Linkage — Topic Contributed Papers
Survey Research Methods Section , Scientific and Public Affairs Advisory Committee
Organizer(s): William Winkler, Census Bureau
Chair(s): Maria Garcia, US Census Bureau
2:05 PM Methods for Adjusting Statistical Analyses for Record Linkage Error William Winkler, Census Bureau
2:25 PM Methods of Computing Optimal Record-Linkage Parameters William Yancey, US Census Bureau
2:45 PM Two-Step Imputation of Linked National Health Interview Survey and Medicare Data Files Guangyu Zhang, National Center for Health Statistics ; Jennifer D. Parker, National Center for Health Statistics ; Nathaniel Schenker, National Center for Health Statistics
3:05 PM Layne, M.: Estimating Record Linkage Error Rates Using Administrative Records Data Mary Layne, U.S. Census Bureau ; Deborah Wagner, U.S. Census Bureau ; Cynthia Rothhaas, U.S. Census Bureau
3:25 PM Parameter Estimation for Record Linkage Joshua Tokle, U.S. Census Bureau
3:45 PM Floor Discussion
 
 

37
Sun, 8/4/2013, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-515c
Small-Area Estimation: Theory and Applications — Contributed Papers
Survey Research Methods Section , Social Statistics Section , Scientific and Public Affairs Advisory Committee
Chair(s): Stas Kolenikov, SRBI
2:05 PM A Procedure for Evaluating and Comparing Small-Area Variability of Binary Outcomes Pavlina Rumcheva, National Center for Health Statistics ; Donald Malec, National Center for Health Statistics ; Peter Meyer, National Center for Health Statistics ; Nathaniel Schenker, National Center for Health Statistics
2:20 PM Small-Area Prediction of the Mean of a Binomial Random Variable Andreea Erciulescu, Iowa State University ; Wayne Fuller, Iowa State University
2:35 PM Validity Testing for Coverage Properties of Small-Area Models for Cell Proportions Aaron Gilary, U.S. Census Bureau ; Jerry Maples, US Census Bureau ; Eric Victor Slud, US Census Bureau
2:50 PM Small-Area Estimates from the National Crime Victimization Survey Robert Fay, Westat ; Mamadou Diallo, Westat ; Michael Planty, Bureau of Justice Statistics
3:05 PM An Empirical Artificial Population and Sampling Design for Small-Area Model Evaluation Jerzy Wieczorek, Bureau of the Census ; Carolina Franco, U.S. Census Bureau
3:20 PM Applying Bivariate Binomial - Logit Normal Models for Small-Area Estimation Carolina Franco, U.S. Census Bureau ; William R. Bell, U.S. Census Bureau
3:35 PM Standard Regression Model-Based Small-Area Domain Estimation in Household Surveys Prabhakar Ghangurde
 
 

54 * !
Sun, 8/4/2013, 4:00 PM - 5:50 PM CC-520f
Privacy Preserving Record Linkage — Invited Papers
Survey Research Methods Section , Health Policy Statistics Section , Scientific and Public Affairs Advisory Committee
Organizer(s): Stefan Bender, IAB (Institute for Employment Research)
Chair(s): Stefan Bender, IAB (Institute for Employment Research)
4:05 PM Overview and Taxonomy of Technique for Privacy-Preserving Record Linkage Peter Christen, The Australian National University
4:30 PM Privacy-Preserving Record Linkage and Privacy-Preserving Blocking with Cryptographic Keys Rainer Schnell, University of Duisburg-Essen
4:55 PM Encrypted Versus Plain: Comparison of Record Linkages Using Privacy Preserving Probabilistic Record Linkage (P3RL): Results from a Simulation Study — Adrian Spoerri, University of Bern ; Kurt Schmidlin, University of Bern ; Marcel Zwahlen, University of Bern ; Kerri Clough-Gorr, Institute of Social and Preventive Medicine, University of Bern
5:20 PM Discussant: Alan F. Karr, National Institute of Statistical Sciences
5:45 PM Floor Discussion
 
 

66 *
Sun, 8/4/2013, 4:00 PM - 5:50 PM CC-520e
Innovative Statistical Methods of Macro-Review of Economic or Establishment Data — Topic Contributed Papers
Survey Research Methods Section , Scientific and Public Affairs Advisory Committee
Organizer(s): Katherine Jenny Thompson, U.S. Census Bureau
Chair(s): Katherine Jenny Thompson, U.S. Census Bureau
4:05 PM Revisions Revisited: Data-Driven Approaches for Detection in Quarterly Financial Report Macro-Level Data Gregory Cepluch, U.S. Census Bureau ; Melissa McDaniel, U.S. Census Bureau ; Laura Bechtel, U.S. Census Bureau
4:25 PM Dynamic Multivariate Selective Editing in the Integrated Business Statistics Program Fraser William Mills, Statistics Canada ; Serge Godbout, Statistics Canada ; Claude Turmelle, Statistics Canada
4:45 PM Applicability of the Outlier Review Tool to Manufacturing, Mining, and Construction Sectors of the Economic Census Nicole Czaplicki, U.S. Census Bureau ; Katherine Jenny Thompson, U.S. Census Bureau
5:05 PM Setting Thresholds for Selective Edit: A Methodological Approach Using Process History from Establishment Surveys Joseph Kosler, USDA NASS RDD
5:25 PM Discussant: Richard Sigman, Westat
5:45 PM Floor Discussion
 
 

70 *
Sun, 8/4/2013, 4:00 PM - 5:50 PM CC-520c
Robust Inference in Social Science with Wrong but Useful Models — Topic Contributed Papers
Social Statistics Section , Survey Research Methods Section , Section on Statistics in Marketing , Scientific and Public Affairs Advisory Committee
Organizer(s): David Ross Judkins, Abt Associates
Chair(s): Vivian Zhuang, Creighton University School of Medicine
4:05 PM The Remarkable Robustness of Ordinary Least Squares in Randomized Clinical Trials David Ross Judkins, Abt Associates ; Kristin Porter, MDRC
4:25 PM Shrinkage for Improved Inference in Factorial Experiments Cyrus Samii, Politics Department, New York University ; Joel Middleton, Steinhardt School, New York University ; Peter M. Aronow, Yale University
4:45 PM Valid Post-Selection Inference Kai Zhang, UNC Chapel Hill ; Richard Berk, University of Pennsylvania ; Larry Brown, University of Pennsylvania ; Andreas Buja, University of Pennsylvania ; Linda Zhao, University of Pennsylvania
5:05 PM Uses and Limitations of GEEs and GLMs for Social Network Data Elizabeth Ogburn, Harvard University
5:25 PM A Model-Averaging Approach to Improve the Efficiency of Teacher Value-Added Estimates Bing Han, RAND Corporation ; Daniel F. McCaffrey, ETS ; J.R. Lockwood, ETS
5:45 PM Floor Discussion
 
 

87
Sun, 8/4/2013, 4:00 PM - 5:50 PM CC-520d
Weighting and Estimation of Complex Survey Data — Contributed Papers
Survey Research Methods Section
Chair(s): Karol Krotki, RTI International
4:05 PM Estimation Methodology for Weekly Surveys of Influenza Vaccination Rates Kennon Copeland, NORC ; Nicholas Davis, NORC at the University of Chicago ; Lin Liu, NORC at the University of Chicago ; Nadarajasundaram Ganesh, NORC at the University of Chicago ; James A. Singleton, NCIRD, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ; Tammy Santibanez, NCIRD, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
4:20 PM Weighting Adjustments for Panel Nonresponse Qixuan Chen, Columbia University ; Andrew Gelman, Columbia University ; Melissa Tracy, Department of Epidemiology, Columbia University ; Fran Norris, Department of Psychiatry, Dartmouth Medical School ; Sandro Galea, Department of Epidemiology, Columbia University
4:35 PM Bias Analysis of Average Weekly Earnings in the Current Employment Statistics Survey Diem-Tran Kratzke, BLS
4:50 PM An Investigation of Decennial Census Effects on Estimates of Substance Use and Mental Illness from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH) Neeraja Sathe, RTI International ; Patrick Chen, RTI International ; Art Hughes, Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, SAMHSA ; Jonaki Bose, Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, SAMHSA ; Lanting Dai, RTI International ; Misty Foster, RTI International
5:05 PM Subsampling the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey for High-Expenditure Cases Robert Baskin, AHRQ ; Lap-Ming Wun, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
5:20 PM NSHAP's Wave 2 Nonresponse Weight Adjustment with Some Wave 1 Nonresponses Steven Pedlow, NORC at the University of Chicago ; Colm O'Muircheartaigh, NORC at the University of Chicago ; Phil Schumm, The University of Chicago
5:35 PM Weighting Methods for the 2010 Data Collection Cycle of the Medical Monitoring Project Lee Harding, ICF ; Ronaldo Iachan, ICF International ; Christopher Johnson, CDC/NCHHSTP ; Tonja Kyle, ICF ; Jacek Skarbinski, CDC
 
 

105 *
Mon, 8/5/2013, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-511f
Recent Development in the Analysis of Repeated Survey Data — Invited Papers
Survey Research Methods Section , International Indian Statistical Association , Section on Statistics in Epidemiology
Organizer(s): Yang Cheng, U.S. Census Bureau
Chair(s): Ruth Ann Killion, U.S. Census Bureau
8:35 AM Single-Stage Generalized Raking Weight Adjustments in the Current Population Survey Eric Victor Slud, US Census Bureau ; Reid Rottach, US Census Bureau ; Christopher Grieves, US Census Bureau
9:00 AM Composite Estimation in Current Population Survey — Jun Shao, University of Wisconsin ; Zhou Yu, University of Wisconsin-Madison
9:25 AM Analysis of Longitudinal Complex Survey Data Using Parametric Bootstrap Snigdhansu Chatterjee, University of Minnesota ; Partha Lahiri, University of Maryland
9:50 AM Discussant: Edwin Robison, Bureau of Labor Statistics
10:10 AM Floor Discussion
 
 

121 * !
Mon, 8/5/2013, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-511e
Cash in Hand or Under the Mattress? Analyzing Consumer Payment Surveys — Topic Contributed Papers
Survey Research Methods Section , Section on Statistics in Marketing , Scientific and Public Affairs Advisory Committee
Organizer(s): Kim P. Huynh, Bank of Canada
Chair(s): Marcin Hitczenko, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
8:35 AM The Role of Risk Perception in Determining Consumer Cash Balances: A Study of Three Countries Ben Mazzotta, Tufts University ; Bhaskar Chakravorti, Tufts University
8:55 AM Cash Versus Cards: The Role of Budget Control — Anneke Kosse, De Nederlandsche Bank ; Nicole Jonker, De Nederlandsche Bank ; Lola Hernández, De Nederlandsche Bank
9:15 AM Experimental Results from a Consumer Diary Kevin Foster, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
9:35 AM Bayesian Solutions to Missing Data Problems in a Consumer Payments Survey Christopher Henry, Bank of Canada ; Kyle Vincent, Bank of Canada
9:55 AM Measuring Payment Choice from Bank Survey Data: Can We Identify Consumer and Business Payments? Geoffrey Gerdes, Federal Reserve Board ; Xuemei Liu, Federal Reserve Board
10:15 AM Floor Discussion
 
 

138
Mon, 8/5/2013, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-512c
Disclosure Risk and Confidentiality Protection with Complex Survey Data — Contributed Papers
Survey Research Methods Section , Health Policy Statistics Section , Scientific and Public Affairs Advisory Committee
Chair(s): Daniell Toth, Bureau of Labor Statistics
8:35 AM WITHDRAWN: Generation of Linearly Representative Samples — F. Berenice Baez-Revueltas, Instituto Nacional de Cancerología ; Rafael Gamboa-Hirales, Tecnologico de Monterrey
8:50 AM Kuk's Model Adjusted for Efficiency and Protection Using Two Non-Sensitive Questions Unrelated to the Characteristic of Interest Stephen Andrew Sedory, Texas A&M University-Kingsville ; Shu-Ching Su, Texas A&M University - Kingsville ; Sarjinder Singh, Texas A&M University-Kingsville
9:05 AM Quasi-Empirical Bayes Estimates in Randomized Response Sampling Oluseun Odumade, Best Buy ; Stephen Andrew Sedory, Texas A&M University-Kingsville ; Sarjinder Singh, Texas A&M University-Kingsville
9:20 AM Alternative Variance Estimators for Data Perturbed for Confidentiality Protection Jianzhu Li, Westat ; Michael D. Larsen, The George Washington University ; Tom Krenzke, Westat ; Laura Zayatz, U.S. Census Bureau
9:35 AM Likelihood-Based Finite Sample Inference Based on Synthetic Data Bimal Sinha, UMBC
9:50 AM Measures of Disclosure Risk for Functions of Totals Ann-Marie Flygare, Statistics Sweden ; Helen Lindkvist, Statistics Sweden
10:05 AM Alternative Disclosure Limitation Methodologies for Small Establishments in the Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages Program Spencer Jobe, Bureau of Labor Statistics ; Michael Buso, Bureau of Labor Statistics ; Shail Butani, Bureau of Labor Statistics ; David Hiles, Bureau of Labor Statistics ; Randall Powers, Bureau of Labor Statistics ; Daniell Toth, Bureau of Labor Statistics
 
 

139
Mon, 8/5/2013, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-512d
Inference and Variance Estimation with Complex Survey Data — Contributed Papers
Survey Research Methods Section
Chair(s): Cynthia Augustine, RTI International
8:35 AM Calibration and Evaluation of Generalized Variance Functions Julie Gershunskaya, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics ; Alan H. Dorfman, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
8:50 AM Variance Estimation for High-Income Tables Wei Qian, Statistics Canada
9:05 AM Estimating the Variance of a Two-Phase Estimator with Sudaan 11 Dhuly Chowdhury, RTI International ; Phil Kott, RTI International
9:20 AM An Evaluation of Successive Difference Replication Variance Estimation for Systematic Sampling Yao Li, Colorado State University ; Jean Opsomer, Colorado State University
9:35 AM Weighted Least Squares Estimation with Sampling Weights Hee-Choon Shin, National Center for Health Statistics
9:50 AM Evaluations of Design- and Model-Based Regression Methods in Analyzing Complex Survey Data: A Simulation Study Van Parsons, National Center for Health Statistics ; Rong Wei, National Center for Health Statistics ; Jennifer D. Parker, National Center for Health Statistics
10:05 AM Aerial-Access Creel Surveys with Incomplete Matching of Aerial and Access Components Audrey Béliveau, Simon Fraser University ; Carl Schwarz, Simon Fraser University ; Richard Lockhart, Simon Fraser University ; Steve Arndt, Fish & Wildlife Compensation Program
 
 

CE_17C
Mon, 8/5/2013, 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM W-Beaver Hall
Practical Tools for Designing and Weighting Survey Samples — Continuing Education Course
ASA , Survey Research Methods Section
Instructor(s): Richard Valliant, University of Michigan and University of Maryland, Frauke Kreuter, University of Maryland, Jill Dever, RTI International
A familiar complaint that students have on finishing a class in applied sampling or in sampling theory is: "I still don't really understand how to design a sample." Students learn a lot of isolated tools or techniques but do not have the ability to put them all together to design a sample from start to finish. One of the main goals of this short course and the associated textbook is to give students, new survey statisticians, and other survey practitioners a taste of what it is involved in designing and weighting single- and multi-stage samples in the real world. This includes devising a sampling plan from sometimes incomplete information; deciding on a sample size given a specified budget; allocating the sample to the strata and stages of the design given a set of constraints; and constructing efficient analysis weights. Our goal will be accomplished during the course through discussions of actual case studies and hands-on exercises involving the use of computer software.
 
 

162 !
Mon, 8/5/2013, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-515c
Celebrating 30 Years of the Survey of Consumer Finances — Topic Contributed Papers
Survey Research Methods Section , Social Statistics Section , Scientific and Public Affairs Advisory Committee
Organizer(s): Steven Pedlow, NORC at the University of Chicago
Chair(s): Steven Pedlow, NORC at the University of Chicago
10:35 AM Some Almost-Forgotten SCF Days, Imputed, Occasionally Multiply Daniel Lee, NORC, at the University of Chicago ; Fritz J. Scheuren, NORC at the University of Chicago
10:55 AM An Enduring Partnership: Incorporating Administrative Data Into Sample Design for the Survey of Consumer Finances Barry Johnson, Statistics of Income, IRS
11:15 AM The Worst of Times, the Best of Times: A History of Coping in the SCF Arthur Kennickell, Federal Reserve Board
11:35 AM Identifying Data Problems and Improving Data Quality in the Survey of Consumer Finances Catherine Haggerty, NORC at the University of Chicago ; Micah Sjoblom, NORC at the University of Chicago ; Steven Pedlow, NORC at the University of Chicago
11:55 AM Using the Survey of Consumer Finances in Federal Reserve Board Policy Analysis John Sabelhaus, Federal Reserve Board ; Kevin Moore, Federal Reserve Board ; Jesse Bricker, Federal Reserve Board
12:15 PM Floor Discussion
 
 

171
Mon, 8/5/2013, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-515a
Design and Adjustment Challenges in Modern Surveys — Topic Contributed Papers
Government Statistics Section , Survey Research Methods Section , International Chinese Statistical Association , Section on Statistics in Epidemiology , Statistics Without Borders
Organizer(s): Denise A. Abreu, USDA/NASS
Chair(s): Joseph Kosler, USDA NASS RDD
10:35 AM Properties of Some Size-Based Sample Designs Based on Imperfect Frame Information Randall Powers, Bureau of Labor Statistics ; John Eltinge, Bureau of Labor Statistics
10:55 AM Cellular RDD Sampling Enhancements for the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System G. Machell Town , Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ; Ashley Hyon , Marketing Systems Group ; Denise Bradford, Centers for Disease Control and Northrop Grumman ; Carol Pierannunzi, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention ; Carol Gotway Crawford, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
11:15 AM Floor Discussion
 
 

186
Mon, 8/5/2013, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-516d
Current Topics in Phone Surveys — Contributed Papers
Survey Research Methods Section
Chair(s): Kristen Cyffka, U.S. Census Bureau
10:35 AM How Representative Are Google Consumer Surveys?: Results from an Analysis of Google Consumer Survey Questions Relative to National Level Benchmarks Erin Tanenbaum, NORC at the University of Chicago ; Michael Stern, NORC at the University of Chicago ; Parvati Krishnamurty, NORC, at the University of Chicago
10:50 AM How Changes to Improve the Reliability of Telephone Status Items Affect Telephone Status Estimates Vince Welch, Jr., NORC at the University of Chicago ; Robert Montgomery, NORC at the University of Chicago
11:05 AM Nationwide Surveys in Mexico Based on a Mobile Phone Sampling Design Olivia Carrillo-Gamboa, ITESM
11:20 AM 2013 National Census Contact Test Timothy Stewart, US Census Bureau
11:35 AM Weighting for Dual-Frame Designs Where Nonresponse Differs Between Frames Olena Kaminska, Institute for Social and Economic Research ; Peter Lynn, University of Essex
11:50 AM Simulation of Alternative Single-Frame and Dual-Frame Sample Designs for the NIS — Kirk Wolter, NORC at the University of Chicago ; Nadarajasundaram Ganesh, NORC at the University of Chicago ; Wei Zeng, NORC at the University of Chicago ; Kennon Copeland, NORC ; Stacie Greby, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ; Meena Khare, NCHS/CDC
12:05 PM Location, Location, Location: Incentives and Geography Alicia M. Frasier, NORC at the University of Chicago ; Jacquelyn M. George, NORC at the University of Chicago ; Heather M. Morrison, NORC at the University of Chicago ; Matthew D. Bramlett, National Center for Health Statistics
 
 

207
Mon, 8/5/2013, 12:30 PM - 1:50 PM CC-517d
Survey Research Methods Section P.M. Roundtable Discussion (Fee Event) — Roundtables PM Roundtable Discussion
Survey Research Methods Section
Organizer(s): Karol Krotki, RTI International
ML24: Calibration Weighting: What We Know Now, What We Still Need to Know Phil Kott, RTI International
 
 

231 *
Mon, 8/5/2013, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-519a
Data Collection, Processing, and Analysis in the Energy Industry — Topic Contributed Papers
Survey Research Methods Section , Section on Physical and Engineering Sciences , Scientific and Public Affairs Advisory Committee
Organizer(s): Cha-Chi Fan, U.S. Energy Information Administration
Chair(s): Samson Adeshiyan, US Energy Information Administration
2:05 PM Inter-Agency Energy Data Standardization: Combining Multi-Source Data with Imperfect Information Carrie Milton, Energy Information Administration
2:25 PM Research Into Alternative Imputation Protocols for the Eia-857 Monthly Report of Natural Gas Purchases and Deliveries to Consumers Joseph Conklin, Energy Information Administration
2:45 PM A Hierarchical State-Space Model for Short-Term Forecasting of Residential Electricity Demand Jonathan Hosking, IBM Research Division ; Ramesh Natarajan, IBM Research ; Soumyadip Ghosh, IBM Research ; Shivaram Subramanian, IBM Research ; Xiaoxuan Zhang, IBM Research
3:05 PM Examining and Estimating Power Plant Operations and Maintenance (O&M) Costs Cha-Chi Fan, U.S. Energy Information Administration
3:25 PM Discussant: Barry D. Nussbaum, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
3:45 PM Floor Discussion
 
 

232 *
Mon, 8/5/2013, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-519b
Under-Reporting in Filter and Screener Questions: Interviewer and Respondent Effects — Topic Contributed Papers
Survey Research Methods Section , Social Statistics Section , Scientific and Public Affairs Advisory Committee
Organizer(s): Mark Trappmann, IAB (Institute for Employment Research)
Chair(s): Shelton M. Jones, RTI International
2:05 PM Face-to-Face Screening Interviews: Tradeoffs Between Coverage and Nonresponse Errors Roger Tourangeau, Westat ; Frauke Kreuter, University of Maryland ; Stephanie Eckman, IAB
2:25 PM Does Data Quality Decrease Over the Course of an Expenditure Survey? David Cantor, Westat ; Cong Ye, American Institute for Research ; Brandon Kopp, Bureau of Labor Statistics
2:45 PM Design Principles for the Use of Filter Questions Stephanie Eckman, IAB ; Frauke Kreuter, University of Maryland ; Annette Jaeckle, ISER ; Antje Kirchner, IAB ; Stanley Presser, JPSM ; Roger Tourangeau, Westat
3:05 PM Interviewer Behavior and Survey Data Quality: The Case of Social Network Data Bernadette Huyer-May ; Josef Brüderl, University of Munich ; Claudia Schmiedeberg, University of Munich
3:25 PM Interviewer Effects on a Network-Size Filter Question Mark Trappmann, IAB (Institute for Employment Research) ; Michael Josten, University of Mannheim
3:45 PM Floor Discussion
 
 

234 * !
Mon, 8/5/2013, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-512d
Replicable Science and Metadata — Topic Contributed Papers
Business and Economic Statistics Section , Survey Research Methods Section , International Indian Statistical Association
Organizer(s): John M. Abowd, Chair, Business and Economic Statistics Section
Chair(s): Warren Brown, Cornell University
2:05 PM Data Management of Confidential Data Lars Vilhuber, Cornell University/ILR
2:25 PM Administrative Data and Replicable Science: Does It Fit? Stefan Bender, IAB (Institute for Employment Research) ; David Schiller, IAB
2:45 PM Managing Disclosure Risks in the Curation and Dissemination of Research Data John E. Marcotte, University of Michigan ; George Alter, University of Michigan ; Susan Jekielek, University of Michigan
3:05 PM Meeting the Long-Term Needs of Scientific Progress Through Data-Collection Standards Richard Welpton, UK Data Archive ; Matthew Woollard, UK Data Archive ; Melanie Wright, UK Data Archive
3:25 PM Discussant: John M. Abowd, Chair, Business and Economic Statistics Section
3:45 PM Floor Discussion
 
 

247
Mon, 8/5/2013, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-521ab
Topics in Sample Design and Data Collection — Contributed Papers
Survey Research Methods Section , Korean International Statistical Society
Chair(s): Iris Shimizu, CDC/OSELS/NCHS
2:05 PM Simulation Study to Validate Sample Allocation for the National Compensation Survey Hyunshik Lee, WESTAT ; Tiandong Li, Westat ; Klaus Teuter, Westat ; Chester H. Ponikowski, Bureau of Labor Statistics ; Gwyn R. Ferguson, Bureau of Labor Statistics
2:20 PM Study and Sample Design Plan Review for Federal Compliance Programs: NHTSA's State Seat Belt Use Study Martha Rozsi, Westat ; James L. Green, Westat
2:35 PM Expanding the Number of Primary Sampling Units for the National Health Interview Survey Chris Moriarity, National Center for Health Statistics ; Van Parsons, National Center for Health Statistics
2:50 PM Impact on Weights and Sampling Errors of Using Hybrid Frame and Composite MOS John Hall, Mathematica Policy Research ; Mark Denbaly, Economic Research Service-USDA ; Pheny Weidman, Economic Research Service USDA
3:05 PM Changes in the Selection of Dwellings in the Labour Force Survey of Argentina: A Simulation — Augusto Hoszowski, INDEC - Argentina ; Claudio Comari, INDEC - Argentina
3:20 PM Redesigning the Sample of the Company Organization Survey Using Predictive Modeling Matthew Thompson, U.S. Census Bureau ; Chrishelle Lawrence, U.S. Census Bureau
3:35 PM Indirect Sampling in Case of Asymmetrical Link Structures Torsten Harms, ISS Hamburg, Int. Business School
 
 

249
Mon, 8/5/2013, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-518
Estimation and Inference Methods with Complex Survey Data — Contributed Papers
Survey Research Methods Section
Chair(s): Deborah Mayo, Virginia Tech
2:05 PM A Comparison of Methods for Estimating Confidence Intervals for Proportions in Clustered Surveys Natalie Exner, Harvard University ; Marcello Pagano, Harvard University
2:20 PM Analysis of Variance as a Basis for Sample Surveys Andrew Vogt, Georgetown Univ ; Dhiren Ghosh, Synectics for Management Decisions, Inc.
2:35 PM Pre-Sampling Model-Based Inference V: Applications to Longitudinal Data Stephen Woodruff, Specified Designs
2:50 PM Partially Linear Models in Dual-Frame Surveys Yan Lu, University of New Mexico ; Yang Cheng, U.S. Census Bureau
3:05 PM A Comparison of Design-Based and Calibrated-Bayes Estimates Using Data from a Health Survey Meena Khare, NCHS/CDC ; Hee-Choon Shin, National Center for Health Statistics ; Alena S. Maze, NCHS/CDC
3:20 PM An Empirical Study to Evaluate the Performance of Synthetic Estimates of Substance Use in the National Survey of Drug Use and Health Akhil Vaish, RTI International ; Neeraja Sathe, RTI International ; Kathryn Spagnola, RTI International ; Ralph Folsom, RTI International ; Art Hughes, Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, SAMHSA
3:35 PM Confidence Intervals for Population Size Based on a Capture-Recapture Design Jianjun Hua, Dartmouth College ; Paul Nelson, Kansas State University
 
 

209360
Mon, 8/5/2013, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM CC-445
Survey Research Methods Section Executive Committee Meeting — Other Cmte/Business
Survey Research Methods Section
Chair(s): Jill Montaquila, Westat
 
 

274
Tue, 8/6/2013, 7:00 AM - 8:15 AM CC-517d
Survey Research Methods Section A.M. Roundtable Discussion (Fee Event) — Roundtables AM Roundtable Discussion
Survey Research Methods Section
Organizer(s): Karol Krotki, RTI International
TL07: Can Randomized Response Techniques Play a Role in the Era of Big Data? Sarjinder Singh, Texas A&M University-Kingsville
 
 

300
Tue, 8/6/2013, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-516d
Recent Research on Interviewer Observations in Household Surveys — Topic Contributed Papers
Survey Research Methods Section , Social Statistics Section , Section on Statistics in Epidemiology
Organizer(s): Peter Miller, US Census Bureau
Chair(s): Nicholas Beyler, Mathematica Policy Research
8:35 AM Developing Interviewer Observations of the Neighborhood and Sample Unit for the National Health Interview Survey Peter Miller, US Census Bureau ; Nancy Bates, US Census Bureau ; James Dahlhamer, National Center for Health Statistics ; Renee Gindi, National Center for Health Statistics
8:55 AM The Implications of Differential Measurement Error in Interviewer Observations for Nonresponse Adjustment of Survey Estimates: A Simulation Study Brady West, Institute for Social Research
9:15 AM Assessing Interviewer Observations in the NHIS Rachael Walsh, US Census Bureau ; James Dahlhamer, National Center for Health Statistics ; Nancy Bates, US Census Bureau
9:35 AM Evaluating Interviewer Observations in the National Health Interview Survey: Associations with Response Propensity Chandra Erdman, U.S. Census Bureau ; James Dahlhamer, National Center for Health Statistics
9:55 AM Discussant: Thomas Louis, U.S. Census Bureau
10:15 AM Floor Discussion
 
 

301 *
Tue, 8/6/2013, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-516a
Synthetic Data Approaches to Disclosure Limitation — Topic Contributed Papers
Survey Research Methods Section , Health Policy Statistics Section , Scientific and Public Affairs Advisory Committee
Organizer(s): Daniell Toth, Bureau of Labor Statistics
Chair(s): Wendy L. Martinez, Bureau of Labor Statistics
8:35 AM Data Smearing: An Approach to Disclosure Limitation for Tabular Data Daniell Toth, Bureau of Labor Statistics
8:55 AM Nonparametric Bayesian Models for Generating Synthetic Household Data Jingchen Hu, Duke University ; Jerry Reiter, Duke University
9:35 AM Balancing Use of Weights, Predictions, and Locality Effects in a Model-Assisted Constrained Hot Deck Approach for Perturbation Tom Krenzke, Westat ; Jianzhu Li, Westat ; Laura Zayatz, U.S. Census Bureau
9:55 AM Generating Synthetic Graphs Under Differential Privacy Vishesh Karwa
10:15 AM Floor Discussion
 
 

315
Tue, 8/6/2013, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-516e
Sampling Strategies for Rare and Hard-to-Reach Populations — Contributed Papers
Survey Research Methods Section , Social Statistics Section , Scientific and Public Affairs Advisory Committee , Korean International Statistical Society
Chair(s): Barbara Lepidus Carlson, Mathematica Policy Research
8:35 AM Design Effects in Surveys That Require Oversampling of Certain Subpopulations Kadaba Srinath, Abt SRBI
8:50 AM The Relative Statistical and Operational Plausibility of Multiple-Frame Sampling for Rare Population Subgroups William D. Kalsbeek, The University of North Carolina At Chapel Hill ; Bruce D. Spencer, Northwestern University ; Carol C. House, National Academy of Science
9:05 AM Using Targeted Lists for Studies of Rare Populations: The Super Wealthy Ned English, NORC ; Steven Pedlow, NORC at the University of Chicago ; Lee Fiorio, NORC at the University of Chicago ; Catherine Haggerty, NORC at the University of Chicago ; Benjamin Page, Northwestern University ; Jason Seawright, Northwestern University
9:20 AM Sampling Designs for Populations at High Risk for HIV Lillian Lin, CDC ; Teresa Finlayson, CDC ; Ronaldo Iachan, ICF International ; Maria C. B. Mendoza, CDC ; Cyprian Wejnert, CDC
9:35 AM Weighting Methods for a Study of Men Who Have Sex with Men (MSM3) Ronaldo Iachan, ICF International ; Teresa Finlayson, CDC ; Cyprian Wejnert, CDC ; Binh Le, CDC ; Gabriela Paz-Bailey, CDC ; Tonja Kyle, ICF
9:50 AM Sampling Designs for HIV Patient Populations Christopher Johnson, CDC/NCHHSTP ; Ronaldo Iachan, ICF International ; Richard Lee Harding, ICF International ; Linda Beer, CDC ; Emma Frazier, CDC ; Christine Mattson, CDC ; Jacek Skarbinski, CDC
10:05 AM Sensitivity Analysis of Respondent-Driven Sampling Sunghee Lee, University of Michigan ; Tuba Suzer Gurtekin, University of Michigan ; Michael Elliott, University of Michigan
 
 

335 *
Tue, 8/6/2013, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-511d
Novel Approaches for Modeling Variance in Longitudinal Studies — Topic Contributed Papers
Health Policy Statistics Section , Survey Research Methods Section , Section on Statistics in Epidemiology
Organizer(s): Juned Siddique, Northwestern University
Chair(s): Warren Comulada, UCLA Center for Community Health
10:35 AM Methods for Studying Variability as a Predictor of Health Status Michael Elliott, University of Michigan ; Bei Jiang, University of Michigan ; Naisyin Wang, University of Michigan
10:55 AM Bayesian Mixed-Effects Location Scale Models for the Analysis of Objectively Measured Physical Activity Data from a Lifestyle Intervention Trial Juned Siddique, Northwestern University ; Donald Hedeker, University of Illinois-Chicago ; Bonnie Spring, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
11:15 AM Exploring the Relations Among Different Levels of Intraindividual Variability and Longitudinal Change in an Intensive Measurement Burst Design Study Philippe Rast, University of Victoria
11:35 AM A Location Scale Item Response Theory (IRT) Model for Analysis of Ordinal Questionnaire Data Donald Hedeker, University of Illinois-Chicago ; Robin Mermelstein, University of Illinois at Chicago ; Hakan Demirtas, University of Illinois at Chicago
11:55 AM Detangling the Effect Between Rate of Change and Within-Subject Variability in Longitudinal Risk Factors and Associations with a Binary Health Outcome Mary Sammel, University of Pennsylvania
12:15 PM Floor Discussion
 
 

341 *
Tue, 8/6/2013, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-513a
Daily Predictions of Key Estimates and Models to Detect Nonsampling Errors in Census Bureau Household Surveys — Topic Contributed Papers
Survey Research Methods Section
Organizer(s): Reid Rottach, US Census Bureau
Chair(s): Edwin Robison, Bureau of Labor Statistics
10:35 AM Challenges Faced in the Daily Modeling of Survey Responses Reid Rottach, US Census Bureau ; Mahdi Sundukchi, US Census Bureau ; Norilsa Toribio, United States Census Bureau
10:55 AM Monitoring Key Estimates and Costs from the National Health Interview Survey Throughout the Realignment of Census Bureau Regional Offices Norilsa Toribio, United States Census Bureau ; Reid Rottach, US Census Bureau
11:15 AM The Effect of the U.S. Census Bureau Realignment on the National Crime Victimization Survey and the Consumer Expenditure Quarterly Interview Survey Lindsay Longsine, U.S. Census Bureau ; Danielle Castelo, U.S. Census Bureau
11:35 AM Applications of Statistical Models That Detect Daily Changes Using Key Estimates from the American Community Survey Due to the U.S. Census Bureau Regional Office Restructure Lindsay McMillan, US Census Bureau ; Robyn Sirkis, U.S. Census Bureau
11:55 AM Demographic Data-Monitoring System: Technology Used to Track Survey Quality Andre Harper, US Census Bureau ; Brian Dumbacher, US Census Bureau
12:15 PM Floor Discussion
 
 

363
Tue, 8/6/2013, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-511f
Advances in Missing Data Imputation — Contributed Papers
Survey Research Methods Section
Chair(s): Meena Khare, NCHS/CDC
10:35 AM A Proposed Revision of Wage Imputation Methods for the Occupational Employment Statistics Survey Jane Osburn, Bureau of Labor Statistics
10:50 AM An Innovative Multiple Imputation Method to Accommodate Complex Sample Design Features Hanzhi Zhou, University of Michigan
11:05 AM Quantile Estimation After Multiple Imputation Joerg Drechsler, Institute for Employment Research (IAB) ; Robin Mitra, University of Southampton
11:20 AM Comparison of Imputation Techniques for Item Missing Data in the Survey of Income and Program Participation Sarah McMillan, US Census Bureau
11:35 AM Evaluating and Redesigning Imputation Methodologies for the 2015 American Housing Survey — George Carter, US Dept. of Housing & Urban Development ; Brian Shaffer, U.S. Census Bureau
11:50 AM Making Inference from Multiply Imputed Data Sets Using Mixture Distributions Sana Rashid, University of Southampton ; Robin Mitra, University of Southampton ; Russell J. Steele, McGill University
12:05 PM Floor Discussion
 
 

365
Tue, 8/6/2013, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-511e
Topics in Complex Survey Data Analysis — Contributed Papers
Survey Research Methods Section
Chair(s): Trent Buskirk, Nielsen
10:35 AM On the Choice of Tuning Constants for Winsorized Estimators David Haziza, Université de Montréal ; Cyril Favre-Martinoz, CREST/ENSAI ; Jean-Francois Beaumont, Statistics Canada
10:50 AM Setting M-Estimation Parameters for Detection and Treatment of Influential Values Mary Mulry, Federal Employee ; Broderick Oliver, U.S. Census Bureau ; Stephen Kaputa, U.S. Census Bureau
11:05 AM Aggregating Comparable Categorical Responses to the Unit of Observation in Employer Surveys Jeremy Pickreign, NORC at the University of Chicago
11:20 AM On the Effects of Degree-Day Base Temperatures on Estimates of Residential Energy End Uses Edgardo Cureg, US Energy Information Administration
11:35 AM The Estimation Methodology of the 2011 National Household Survey Francois Verret, Statistics Canada
11:50 AM Calculating Adjusted Survival Functions for Complex Sample Survey Data and Application to Vaccination Coverage Studies with National Immunization Survey (NIS) Zhen Zhao, CDC ; Philip J. Smith, CDC ; David Yankey, CDC ; Kirk Wolter, NORC at the University of Chicago ; Kennon Copeland, NORC
12:05 PM Using Mixture Distributions to Predict Radio Listening William Waldron, Arbitron
 
 

391
Tue, 8/6/2013, 12:30 PM - 1:50 PM CC-517d
Survey Research Methods Section P.M. Roundtable Discussion (Fee Event) — Roundtables PM Roundtable Discussion
Survey Research Methods Section
Organizer(s): Karol Krotki, RTI International
TL26: Practical Guidelines for Dual-Frame RDD Survey Methodology Mansour Fahimi, Marketing Systems Group
 
 

397 * !
Tue, 8/6/2013, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-516c
Causal Inference and Data Analysis from a Missing Data Perspective: Honoring Donald B. Rubin's Contributions to Statistics in Anticipation of his 70th Birthday — Invited Papers
Survey Research Methods Section , Mental Health Statistics Section , SSC , Section on Statistics in Epidemiology
Organizer(s): Fabrizia Mealli, University of Florence
Chair(s): Nathaniel Schenker, National Center for Health Statistics
2:05 PM What Statistical Problems Are Not Missing-Data Problems? Xiao-Li Meng, Harvard University
2:25 PM Joint Modeling of Incomplete Data with Mixed Variable Types Using Latent-Variable Models Thomas R. Belin, UCLA Department of Biostatistics
2:45 PM Regression Discontinuity Designs and Potential Outcomes guido imbens, Stanford University
3:05 PM The Role of Covariates and Secondary Outcomes in Causal Studies with Intermediate Variables Fabrizia Mealli, University of Florence
3:25 PM Discussant: Roderick J. Little, University of Michigan
3:40 PM Floor Discussion
 
 

418
Tue, 8/6/2013, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-512e
Current Research and Evaluation Topics in the American Community Survey — Topic Contributed Papers
Survey Research Methods Section , Social Statistics Section , Section on Statistics in Epidemiology , Scientific and Public Affairs Advisory Committee
Organizer(s): Frauke Kreuter, University of Maryland
Chair(s): Alfred Navarro, U.S. Census Bureau
2:05 PM Using Publically Available Administrative Data to Improve Direct Estimates of Income and Poverty from the American Community Survey Richard Griffin, US Census Bureau
2:25 PM Coverage of American Indian and Alaska Native Persons and of the Population in American Indian and Alaska Native Areas in the American Community Survey Michael Beaghen, U.S. Census Bureau ; John Matthew Jordan, U.S. Census Bureau
2:45 PM Investigation of Anomalies in Derived Standard Errors for Estimates from the American Community Survey Public Use Microdata File Sirius Fuller, U.S. Census Bureau ; Karen E. King, U.S. Census Bureau
3:05 PM Several Approaches to Modeling the Characteristics of Undeliverable-as-Addressed Addresses in the American Community Survey Kristen Cyffka, U.S. Census Bureau ; Steven P. Hefter, U.S. Census Bureau
3:25 PM Sample Representivity in the American Community Survey Don Keathley, US Census Bureau ; Steven P. Hefter, U.S. Census Bureau
3:45 PM Floor Discussion
 
 

434
Tue, 8/6/2013, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-511f
Response Process and Non-Response Adjustments — Contributed Papers
Survey Research Methods Section
Chair(s): Zeynep Tuba Suzer-Gurtekin, ISR - University of Michigan
2:05 PM Methods for Producing Consistent Control Totals for Benchmarking in Survey Sampling Ismael Flores Cervantes, Westat
2:20 PM Two-Step Calibration of Design Weights in Survey Sampling Sarjinder Singh, Texas A&M University-Kingsville ; Stephen Andrew Sedory, Texas A&M University-Kingsville
2:35 PM Improved Sampling Weight Calibration by Generalized Raking with Optimal Unbiased Modification — Avi Singh, NORC at the University of Chicago ; Nadarajasundaram Ganesh, NORC at the University of Chicago ; Yongheng Lin, NORC at the University of Chicago
2:50 PM Dealing with Nonresponse Using Follow-Up Michael Hidiroglou, Statistics Canada ; Victor Estevao, Statistics Canada
3:05 PM Pseudo-Population Bootstrap Methods for Imputed Survey Data Zeinab Mashreghi, Université De Montréal ; Christian Léger, Université de Montréal ; David Haziza, Université de Montréal
3:20 PM Preserving Relationships Between Variables with MIVQUE-Based Imputation for Item Nonresponse in Surveys Brigitte Gelein, ENSAI ; David Causeur, Agrocampus Ouest ; David Haziza, Université de Montréal
3:35 PM Standardizing Imputation Methods for the Dairy Products Program Darcy Miller, National Agrigultural Statistics Service ; Donnie Fike, National Agricultural Statistics Service
 
 

444
Tue, 8/6/2013, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-220bc
Contributed Oral Poster Presentations: Survey Research Methods Section — Contributed Poster Presentations
Survey Research Methods Section , Korean International Statistical Society
Chair(s): Joyee Ghosh, The University of Iowa
41: Validation of Prediction Models in the Presence of Missing Data Yuanyuan Guo, Baylor University ; Dean M. Young, Baylor University
43: How Does Online Survey Mode Affect Answers to Customer Feedback Loyalty Surveys? Aarti Gupta, Bain & Company ; Jason Lee, Bain & Compnay
44: Imputation Methods for Surveys: A Demonstration of the Impute Procedure in Sudaan Kimberly Ault, RTI International
45: Creating Intuitive Editing Interfaces for the Survey of Consumer Finances (SCF) Richard Windle, Federal Reserve Board
46: Creating an Automated Edit and Imputation System for the Survey on Quebec Accommodation Establishment Occupancy Catherine Fontaine, Institut De La Statistique Du Quebec/Statistics Quebec ; Luc Côté, Institut De La Statistique Du Quebec/Statistics Quebec
47: Estimation of Glomerular Filtration Rate in South Asians: A Study from the General Population in Pakistan Muhammad Islam, Aga Khan University ; Saleem Jesani, Aga Khan University ; Andrew S. Levey, Tufts Medical Center ; Rasool Bux, Aga Khan University ; Lesley A. Inker, Tufts Medical Center ; Nish Chaturvedi, Imperial College London ; Christophe Mariat, University de Saint-Etienne ; Christopher Schmid, Brown University ; Tazeen H. Jafar, Aga Khan University
48: Should the Proxy-Respondents Be Surveyed When Assessing the Regular Smoking Initiation Age? Peng Zhao, University of Nebraska-Lincoln ; Julia Soulakova, University of Nebraska-Lincoln ; Lisa Crockett, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
49: Weighting Strategy in the Quebec Survey on the Experience of Health Care Marie-Eve Tremblay, Institut de la statistique du Quebec ; Robert Courtemanche, Institut de la statistique du Quebec
50: Variance Estimation of the Design Effect Alberto Padilla
51: ARIMA and General Regression Neural Network for Forecasting Rice Production in Sri Lanka Manjari Dissanayake ; Ferry Butar Butar, SHSU
52: Comparisons of K-Mean and K-Medoid General Regression Neural Network for Handling Missing Data Janaka Suranga Peragaswaththe Liyanage, Sam Houston State University ; Ferry Butar Butar, SHSU
54: Methodological Experiences from a Register-Based Census Ingegerd Jansson, Statistics Sweden ; Claes Andersson, Statistics Sweden ; Peter Werner, Statistics Sweden ; Anders Holmberg, Statistics Sweden ; Karin Lindgren, Statistics Sweden
55: On Simultaneous Interval Estimating the Relative Prevalence of Forward Shifting in Reported Regular Smoking Initiation Age Brianna Bright, University of Nebraska-Lincoln ; Julia Soulakova, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
56: Imputing Ordinal Data with One Predominate Category Darryl Creel
57: Web Collection in the Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages Program John Peters, Bureau of Labor Statistics
58: Use of R-Indicators to Assess Survey Response Representativeness Jared Coopersmith, Mathematica Policy Research
59: The Impact on Response Rates of Adding a Survey Supplement Holly Shulman, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
60: Model-Based Methods for Missing Data in Surveys with Post-Stratification Information Sahar Zangeneh, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center ; Roderick J. Little, University of Michigan
61: Bootstrap Estimation of Variance from ROC Curve Analysis of Complex NHANES Survey Data Rey DeCastro, CDC/National Center for Environmental Health ; Yang Xia, CDC NCEH ; Connie Sosnoff, CDC NCEH ; Lee-Yang Wong, CDC NCEH
62: 2012 NHANES National Youth Fitness Survey Vicki Burt, NCHS
63: Analyzing Student Perceptions of Teaching with Quantile Regression Kellie Keeling, University of Denver ; Robert Pavur, Univ of North Texas
64: Effects of Response Format on Race and Ethnicity Measurement in the U.S. Randall Thomas, GfK Custom Research ; Frances Barlas, ICF International ; Bill Cook, Advertising Research Foundation ; Wendy Gross, GfK Custom Research
65: What Makes Us Exploit the Community? The Influence of Individual Characteristics on Committing Tax Evasion and Insurance Fraud Ivar Krumpal, University of Leipzig
66: Restricted Latent Class Multiple Imputation Method of Categorical Missing Data Qiao Ma, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
 
 

475
Wed, 8/7/2013, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-514b
Administrative Records Use for Health Insurance Research — Topic Contributed Papers
Social Statistics Section , Survey Research Methods Section , Mental Health Statistics Section , Health Policy Statistics Section , Scientific and Public Affairs Advisory Committee
Organizer(s): Sonya Rastogi, U.S. Census Bureau
Chair(s): Amy O'Hara, U.S. Census Bureau
8:35 AM Social Security Numbers in State Medicaid Records: Completeness and Quality John Czajka, Mathematica Policy Research ; Shinu Verghese, Mathematica Policy Research
8:55 AM Linked NCHS-Medicaid Data Files Jennifer D. Parker, National Center for Health Statistics
9:15 AM Evaluating Race and Ethnicity of Medicaid Participants Using Census Data Leticia Fernandez, U.S. Census Bureau ; James Noon, US Census Bureau ; Sonya Rastogi, U.S. Census Bureau ; Sharon Ennis, U.S. Census Bureau
9:35 AM Discussant: Micheal Davern, NORC
9:55 AM Floor Discussion
 
 

478 *
Wed, 8/7/2013, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-511c
Disclosure Limitation of Tabular Data — Topic Contributed Papers
Survey Research Methods Section
Organizer(s): Daniell Toth, Bureau of Labor Statistics
Chair(s): Jeffrey Gonzalez, Bureau of Labor Statistics
8:35 AM Strategies for Processing Tabular Data Using the G-Confid Cell Suppression Software Jean-Louis Tambay, Statistics Canada ; Jean-Marc Fillion, Statistics Canada
8:55 AM Dealing with Negative Contributions in Protecting Tabular Data Amang Sukasih, Mathematica Policy Research ; John Czajka, Mathematica Policy Research
9:15 AM Synthesizing Truncated Count Data for Confidentiality Sam Hawala, US Census Bureau ; Jerry Reiter, Duke University ; Quanli Wang, Duke University
9:35 AM Estimation for Cells Suppressed in Tabulation with Application to Output Disclosure Treatment of the NSF Survey of Earned Doctorates Stephen Cohen, National Science Foundation ; Avi Singh, NORC at the University of Chicago ; Joshua M. Borton, NORC at the University of Chicago ; Vince Welch, Jr., NORC at the University of Chicago ; Brianna Groenhout, NORC at the University of Chicago ; Yongheng Lin, NORC at the University of Chicago
9:55 AM Analysis of Tables Containing Suppressions Lawrence Cox, National Institute of Statistical Sciences
10:15 AM Floor Discussion
 
 

496
Wed, 8/7/2013, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-511b
Collection and Usage of Process, Motion, and Other Non-Standard Data — Contributed Papers
Survey Research Methods Section , Section on Statistical Computing
Chair(s): Frank Potter, Mathematica
8:35 AM Combining Paradata and Survey Responses to Identify Sources of Measurement Error in Medical Event Reporting Andrew Mercer, Westat ; Weijia Ren, Westat ; Virender Kumar , Westat ; Frederick Rohde, Agency For Healthcare Research and Quality
8:50 AM Using GPS and Other Data to Assess Errors in Level-of-Effort Data in Field Surveys James Wagner, University of Michigan ; Kristen Olson, University of Nebraska ; Minako Edgar, University of Michigan
9:05 AM Impact of the 2012 Computer Audio Recorded Interviewing Application on Survey of Income and Program Participation Event History Calendar Response Rates and Item-Level Responses Robyn Sirkis, U.S. Census Bureau
9:20 AM Comparisons of CPS Unemployment Estimates by Rotation Panel Yang Cheng, U.S. Census Bureau ; Michael D. Larsen, The George Washington University ; Alexander Wakim, University of North Caroline
9:35 AM Measurement Error Properties in an Accelerometer Sample of Elementary School Children Nicholas Beyler, Mathematica Policy Research ; Susanne James-Burdumy, Mathematica Policy Research ; Martha Bleeker, Mathematica Policy Research ; Jane Fortson, Mathematica Policy Research ; Max Benjamin, Mathematica Policy Research ; Emily Evans, Mathematica Policy Research
9:50 AM Using Response Time to Investigate Students' Test-Taking Behaviors Yue Jia, Educational Testing Service ; Yi-Hsuan Lee, Educational Testing Service
10:05 AM Floor Discussion
 
 

499
Wed, 8/7/2013, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-516c
Statistical Challenges with Measurement, Complex Design, and Missing Data, Part 1 — Contributed Papers
Survey Research Methods Section , Biometrics Section , Section on Statistics in Epidemiology , Korean International Statistical Society
Chair(s): Roger Tourangeau, Westat
8:35 AM Efficient Estimation of Partially Observed Clustered Data Using Multiple Imputation Kathryn Aloisio, Smith College ; Nicholas J. Horton, Smith College ; Sonja Swanson, Private ; Alison E. Field, Boston Children's Hospital ; Nadia Micali, UCL Institute of Child Health
8:40 AM Longitudinal Data Analysis with Covariates Missing in Nonmonotone Patterns Meng Liu
8:45 AM Comparison of Weighting Approaches for Longitudinal Data with Time-Dependent Cluster Sizes Matthew Stephenson, University of Guelph ; Ayesha Ali, University of Guelph ; Gerarda Darlington, University of Guelph
8:50 AM Imputation of Family Income and Maximal Utilization of Auxiliary Data: A Case Study of the 2012 Ohio Medicaid Assessment Survey (OMAS) Jamie Ridenhour, RTI International ; Marcus Berzofsky, RTI International ; Caroline Blanton, RTI International ; G. Lance Couzens, RTI International ; Timothy Sahr, Ohio Colleges of Medicine, Government Resource Center, Ohio State University ; Bo Lu, The Ohio State University ; Amy Ferketich, Ohio State University
8:55 AM Applications of Survey Regression Models to Estimate the Degree of Data Agreement Julia Soulakova, University of Nebraska-Lincoln ; Peng Zhao, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
9:00 AM Projected Variance for the Model-Based Classical Ratio Estimator: Estimating Sample Size Requirements James Knaub, US Energy Information Administration
9:05 AM Bayesian Nonparametric Finite Population Inference Yajuan Si, Columbia University ; Natesh S. Pillai, Harvard University ; Andrew Gelman, Columbia University
9:10 AM Estimating Prices from a Natural Gas Monthly Survey Samson Adeshiyan, US Energy Information Administration
9:15 AM Analysis of Large Survey Data Sets Using Dynamically Generated SQL Thomas Lumley, University of Auckland
9:25 AM Hot Deck Imputation of Nonignorable Missing Data with Sensitivity Analysis Danielle Sullivan, The Ohio State University ; Rebecca Roberts Andridge, The Ohio State University College of Public Health
9:30 AM Reliability and Stability of the Six-Question Disability Measure in the Survey of Income and Program Participation Matthew Brault, US Census Bureau
9:35 AM Response Rates Revisited Barbara Lepidus Carlson, Mathematica Policy Research
9:40 AM Understanding Egypt's Telephone Owning Population David Peng, D3 Systems ; David Rae, D3 Systems ; Samuel Solomon, D3 Systems
9:45 AM New Computer-Based Training for National Center for Education Statistics Complex Survey Data Sets Andrew A. White, National Center for Education Statistics
9:50 AM Modeling Smoking and Heaping Patterns in Self-Reported Cigarette Numbers by a Finite Mixture Approach Henry Yeh, University of Kansas Medical Center ; Byron Gajewski, Univ of Kansas-Medical Center ; Won S. Choi, Univ of Kansas Medical Center, Dept. of Preventive Medicine and Public Health ; Christine M. Daley, Univ of Kansas Medical Center, Dept. of Family Medicine
9:55 AM Using the Constrained Ordinal Models for Likert-Based Outcomes Ana W. Capuano, Rush University Medical Center ; R. William Field, The University of Iowa ; Marizen R. Ramirez, The University of Iowa ; Jeffrey D. Dawson, The University of Iowa
 
 

504 *
Wed, 8/7/2013, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-519a
The Bootstrap Method for Variance Estimation of the Complex Survey Data — Invited Papers
Survey Research Methods Section , Section on Statistical Computing , Section on Statistics in Epidemiology , Korean International Statistical Society
Organizer(s): Hyunshik Lee, WESTAT
Chair(s): Hyunshik Lee, WESTAT
10:35 AM The Analysis of Survey Data Using the Bootstrap Jean-Francois Beaumont, Statistics Canada
11:00 AM Parametric Bootstrap Confidence Intervals for Survey-Weighted Small-Area Proportions Benmei Liu, National Cancer Institute ; Mamadou Diallo, Westat
11:25 AM A Simulation Study on Bootstrap Variance Estimation of Sample Quantiles Under Doubly Protected Hot Deck Imputation Hiroshi Saigo, Waseda University
11:50 AM Discussant: Dr. J.N.K Rao, Carleton University
12:10 PM Floor Discussion
 
 

520 *
Wed, 8/7/2013, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-512ab
Leveraging the American Community Survey as a Sampling Frame for the National Survey of College Graduates — Topic Contributed Papers
Survey Research Methods Section , Social Statistics Section
Organizer(s): John Finamore, National Science Foundation
Chair(s): Wan-Ying Chang, National Science Foundation
10:35 AM The 2010 National Survey of College Graduates (NSCG) Weighting Benjamin M. Reist, U.S. Census Bureau ; Michael White, U.S. Census Bureau ; David Hall, U.S. Census Bureau
10:55 AM Evaluating the Consistency Between Responses to the 2010 NSCG and the 2009 ACS Phyllis Singer, US Census Bureau ; Robyn Sirkis, U.S. Census Bureau
11:15 AM Leveraging the American Community Survey (ACS) in Current Estimation for the National Survey of College Graduates (NSCG) Michael D. Larsen, The George Washington University ; Benjamin M. Reist, U.S. Census Bureau
11:35 AM Monitoring Methods for Adaptive Design in the National Survey of College Graduates (NSCG): A Retrospective Appraisal Stephanie Coffey, US Census Bureau ; Michael White, U.S. Census Bureau ; Benjamin M. Reist, U.S. Census Bureau ; Wan-Ying Chang, National Science Foundation
11:55 PM Discussant: Jean Opsomer, Colorado State University
12:15 PM Floor Discussion
 
 

524
Wed, 8/7/2013, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-518
Administrative Records Quality, Coverage, and Applications for Surveys and Censuses — Topic Contributed Papers
Social Statistics Section , Survey Research Methods Section , Scientific and Public Affairs Advisory Committee
Organizer(s): Sonya Rastogi, U.S. Census Bureau
Chair(s): Leticia Fernandez, U.S. Census Bureau
10:35 AM Administrative Records and the 2010 U.S. Census Coverage Measurement Estimates: A Comparison Leah B. Marshall, U.S. Census Bureau
10:55 AM Evaluation of Reporting on Foodstamps in the American Community Survey Over Time: Texas and New York Benjamin Harris
11:15 AM Deciphering Duplicity: Characterizing Persons with Multiple Protected Identification Keys (PIKs) in the National Change of Address (NCOA) Database to Facilitate Migration Research Megan Benetsky, US Census Bureau ; Alison K. Fields, U.S. Census Bureau ; Amy O'Hara, U.S. Census Bureau
11:35 AM Discussant: Jennifer Hasche, NORC at the University of Chicago
11:55 AM Floor Discussion
 
 

540
Wed, 8/7/2013, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-519b
Sampling Using Indirect and Non-Standard Frame Information — Contributed Papers
Survey Research Methods Section , Korean International Statistical Society
Chair(s): Sahar Zangeneh, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
10:35 AM Targeting Minorities Using Address-Based Sampling: A Simulation Study Francine Barrington, ICF International ; Pedro Saavedra, ICF International
10:50 AM Using Imputation Procedures to Enhance the DSF Frame Ashley Amaya, NORC at the University of Chicago ; Katie Dekker, NORC at the University of Chicago ; Felicia LeClere, NORC at the University of Chicago
11:05 AM Sample Allocation Using Vendor-Provided Demographic Data Mike Kwanisai ; Kelly Dixon, Arbitron ; Dan Estersohn, Arbitron ; Alan Tupek, Arbitron ; Vrinda Nair, Arbitron
11:20 AM Examining Coverage in the 2010 U.S. Census by Census Operations and Other Characteristics Patrick J. Cantwell, U.S. Census Bureau ; Vincent Thomas Mule, U.S. Census Bureau
11:35 AM Using New IT for Area Sampling in a Metropolitan Household Survey Young-je Woo, Dongguk University ; Sun-Woong Kim, Dongguk University ; So-Hyung Park, Dongguk University ; Sang-Eun Lee, Dongguk University
11:50 AM An Alternative Approach for Dealing with Inaccessible Sampled Persons in Registry-Based Samples Valerie Hsu, Westat ; Leyla Mohadjer, Westat ; Tom Krenzke, Westat
12:05 PM Floor Discussion
 
 

546
Wed, 8/7/2013, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-220bc
Statistical Challenges with Measurement, Complex Design, and Missing Data, Part 2 — Contributed Poster Presentations
Biometrics Section , Survey Research Methods Section , Section on Statistics in Epidemiology
Chair(s): Roderick J. Little, University of Michigan
1: Efficient estimation of partially observed clustered data using multiple imputation
2: Longitudinal data analysis with covariates missing in nonmonotone patterns.
3: Comparison of weighting approaches for longitudinal data with time-dependent cluster sizes
4: Imputation of Family Income and Maximal Utilization of Auxiliary Data: A Case Study of the 2012 Ohio Medicaid Assessment Survey (OMAS)
5: Applications of survey regression models to estimate the degree of data agreement
6: Projected Variance for the Model-Based Classical Ratio Estimator: Estimating Sample Size Requirements
7: Bayesian Nonparametric Finite Population Inference
8: Estimating Prices from a Natural Gas Monthly Survey
9: Analysis of Large Survey Data Sets using dynamically generated SQL
10: Hot deck imputation of nonignorable missing data with sensitivity analysis
11: Reliability and stability of the 6-question disability measure in the Survey of Income and Program Participation
12: Response Rates Revisited
13: Understanding Egypt's Telephone Owning Population
14: New Computer-Based Training for National Center for Education Statistics Complex Survey Data Sets
15: Modeling smoking and heaping patterns in self-reported cigarette numbers by a finite mixture approach
16: Using the Constrained Ordinal Models for Likert Based Outcomes
 
 

565
Wed, 8/7/2013, 12:30 PM - 1:50 PM CC-517d
Survey Research Methods Section P.M. Roundtable Discussion (Fee Event) — Roundtables PM Roundtable Discussion
Survey Research Methods Section
Organizer(s): Karol Krotki, RTI International
WL27: GIS and Survey Research Karol Krotki, RTI International
 
 

584
Wed, 8/7/2013, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-512ab
Recent Advances in the Analysis of Nonignorable Missing Data — Topic Contributed Papers
Survey Research Methods Section , Korean International Statistical Society , Section on Statistics in Epidemiology
Organizer(s): Jae-Kwang Kim, Iowa State University
Chair(s): Changbao Wu, University of Waterloo
2:05 PM Identifiability and Estimation in Generalized Linear Models with Nonignorable Missing Data Jiwei Zhao ; Jun Shao, University of Wisconsin
2:25 PM Is It MAR or NMAR? Michael Sverchkov, US Bureau of Labor Statistics ; Danny Pfeffermann, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel and University of Southampton, United Kingdom
2:45 PM Propensity Score Adjustment Method for Nonignorable Nonresponse Minsun Riddles, Iowa State University/Westat ; Jae-Kwang Kim, Iowa State University
3:05 PM Maximum Empirical Likelihood Estimation for Nonignorable Missing Data Problems Jing Qin, National Institutes of Health, BRB ; Zhong Guan, Indiana University South Bend
3:25 PM Discussant: Phil Kott, RTI International
3:45 PM Floor Discussion
 
 

586 * !
Wed, 8/7/2013, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-520f
Record Linkage Research and Applications — Topic Contributed Papers
Government Statistics Section , Survey Research Methods Section , Social Statistics Section , International Indian Statistical Association , Section on Statistics in Epidemiology , Statistics Without Borders
Organizer(s): Michael D. Larsen, The George Washington University
Chair(s): Jennifer D. Parker, National Center for Health Statistics
2:05 PM The Limit of Linkage: What Happens When Records Lack PII Amy O'Hara, U.S. Census Bureau ; Matthew Bouch, US Census Bureau
2:25 PM Strategies for Enhancing the Linkage of National Center for Health Statistics' Surveys with Death Indices for Mortality Followup Dean Judson, National Center for Health Statistics ; Jennifer D. Parker, National Center for Health Statistics
2:45 PM Transitive Probabilistic Deduplication of Record Systems Using a Stochastic Blockmodel Mauricio Sadinle, Carnegie Mellon University
3:05 PM Some Advances on Bayesian Record Linkage and Inference for Linked Data Andrea Tancredi, Sapienza University of Rome ; Brunero Liseo, University of La Sapienza
3:25 PM Floor Discussion
 
 

590 * !
Wed, 8/7/2013, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-514b
Hard-to-Reach and Less-Than-Total Recall: Evaluating Survey Design Methodologies — Topic Contributed Papers
Survey Research Methods Section , Social Statistics Section
Organizer(s): Kim P. Huynh, Bank of Canada
Chair(s): Kim P. Huynh, Bank of Canada
2:05 PM Knocking on Respondents Doors: Interviewers and Unit Nonresponse in a Large Wealth Survey Tobias Schmidt, Deutsche Bundesbank ; Julia Le Blanc, Deutsche Bundesbank
2:25 PM Survey Mode Effects on Income Inequality Measurement Peter Lindner, Oesterreichische Nationalbank ; Pirmin Fessler, Oesterreichische Nationalbank ; Maximilian Kasy, Harvard University
2:45 PM Estimating Population Size with Link-Tracing Sampling Kyle Vincent, Bank of Canada
3:05 PM Optimal Recall Period Length in Consumer Payment Surveys Marcin Hitczenko, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
3:25 PM Measuring Household Spending and Payment Habits: The Role of 'Typical' and 'Specific' Time Frames in Survey Questions Marco Angrisani, RAND Corporation ; Arie Kapteyn, RAND Corporation ; Scott Schuh, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
 
 

606
Wed, 8/7/2013, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-513b
Data Collection Using Responsive Designs and Mixed Modes — Contributed Papers
Survey Research Methods Section
Chair(s): Angelina KewalRamani, American Institutes for Research
2:05 PM Respondents: Who Art Thou? Comparing Internal, Temporal, and External Validity of Survey Response Propensity Models Based on Random Forests and Logistic Regression Models Trent Buskirk, Nielsen ; Brady West, Institute for Social Research ; Anh Thu Burks, Nielsen
2:20 PM Using an Item Response Theory Approach to Measure Survey Mode of Administration Effects: Analysis of Data from a Randomized Mode Experiment Louis T. Mariano, RAND Corporation ; Marc Elliott, RAND Corporation
2:35 PM The Role of Mode Preference Questions in Predicting Mode-Specific Response Propensities Peter Lynn, University of Essex ; Olena Kaminska, Institute for Social and Economic Research
2:50 PM Investigating the Bias of Alternative Statistical Inference Methods in Sequential Mixed-Mode Surveys Zeynep Tuba Suzer-Gurtekin, ISR - University of Michigan ; Steven G. Heeringa, ISR - University of Michigan - Program in Survey Methodology ; Richard Valliant, University of Michigan and University of Maryland
3:05 PM Mode Effect Analysis and Adjustment in a Split-Sample Mixed-Mode Web/CATI Survey Stanislav Kolenikov, Abt SRBI ; Courtney Kennedy-Shea, Abt SRBI
3:20 PM Assessing Nonresponse Bias in the Green Technologies and Practices Survey Brian Meekins, U S Bureau of Labor Statistics ; Michael Sverchkov, US Bureau of Labor Statistics ; Sharon Stang, Bureau of Labor Statistics
3:35 PM Floor Discussion
 
 

607
Wed, 8/7/2013, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-514c
Coding, Editing, and Other Post Data Collection Processing — Contributed Papers
Survey Research Methods Section , Social Statistics Section , Section on Statistical Graphics
Chair(s): Craig Hill, RTI
2:05 PM Evaluation of Selective Editing for the Census Bureau Foreign Trade Data Maria Garcia, US Census Bureau ; Andreana Able, Census Bureau ; Christopher Grieves, US Census Bureau
2:20 PM A Visual Proof, a Test, and an Extension of a Simple Tool for Comparing Competing Estimates Tommy Wright, US Bureau of the Census/Center for Statistical Research and Methodology
2:35 PM Counting Persons Once and Only Once at the Right Location in the Census: Techniques and Challenges Unduplicating People Experiencing Homelessness Diane Barrett, US Census Bureau ; Thomas P. Mc Coy, US Census Bureau
2:50 PM Evaluation of a New Edit Methodology for the Common Core of Data Nonfiscal Surveys Elizabeth Goldberg, US Census Bureau ; Robert Stillwell, National Center for Education Statistics ; Jeffrey Little, US Census Bureau
3:05 PM Simplified Census Edit and Imputation Based on Statistical Principles Robert Sands, US Census Bureau
3:20 PM Ratio Edits Based on Tolerance Intervals Derek Young, U.S. Census Bureau ; Thomas Mathew, U.S. Census Bureau; UMBC
3:35 PM Floor Discussion
 
 

209384
Wed, 8/7/2013, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM CC-516c
Survey Research Methods Section Business Meeting — Other Cmte/Business
Survey Research Methods Section
Chair(s): Jill Montaquila, Westat
 
 

623
Thu, 8/8/2013, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-710a
New Developments in Small Area Estimation — Invited Papers
ASA , Survey Research Methods Section , SSC , Section on Statistics in Epidemiology
Organizer(s): Gauri Sankar Datta, University of Georgia & U.S. Bureau of the Census
Chair(s): Rebecca C. Steorts, Carnegie Mellon University
8:35 AM Nonparametric Small-Area Estimation Mahmoud Torabi, University of Manitoba ; Farhad Shokoohi, University of Manitoba
9:00 AM Benchmarked Empirical Bayes Small-Area Estimators Under Multiplicative Models Malay Ghosh, University of Florida
9:25 AM Small-Area Estimation Method with Covariates Subject to Measurement Error Gauri Sankar Datta, University of Georgia & U.S. Bureau of the Census ; Brunero Liseo, University of La Sapienza ; Serena Arima, University of Rome, La Sapienza
9:50 AM Blending Domain Estimates from Two Victimization Surveys with Possible Bias Sharon Lohr, Westat ; J. Michael Brick, Westat
10:15 AM Floor Discussion
 
 

626 *
Thu, 8/8/2013, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-511c
Integrative Data Analysis of Longitudinal Studies — Topic Contributed Papers
Biometrics Section , Mental Health Statistics Section , Survey Research Methods Section
Organizer(s): Scott M. Hofer, University of Victoria
Chair(s): Scott M. Hofer, University of Victoria
8:35 AM Integrative Analysis of Longitudinal Studies of Aging (IALSA): A Collaborative Network for Parallel and Pooled Data Analysis of Within-Person Change Andrea Piccinin, University of Victoria
8:55 AM Harmonizing Individual Participant Data for Collaborative Research: How Should We Foster Such an Agenda? Isabel Fortier, Research Institure of the McGillUniversity Health Center
9:15 AM Multilevel Item Response Theory: Modeling Changing Measurement Structures in Longitudinal Studies Robert Wirth, Vector Psychometric Group, LLC
9:35 AM Practical Issues with Aggregate and Individual-Level Meta-Analytic Methods for Combining Results from Longitudinal Studies Ryan Williams, University of Memphis ; Terri Pigott, Loyola University Chicago
9:55 AM Discussant: Patrick Shrout, New York University
10:15 AM Floor Discussion
 
 

632 * !
Thu, 8/8/2013, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-520c
Theories and Applications of Paradata in a Mixed Mode Data Collection — Topic Contributed Papers
Survey Research Methods Section , Social Statistics Section
Organizer(s): Asaph Young Chun, US Census Bureau
Chair(s): Howard R. Hogan, Census Bureau
8:35 AM Might a Social Integration Navigator Guide Response Propensity Models in Nonresponse Follow-Up? — Asaph Young Chun, US Census Bureau ; Kevin Zajac, US Census Bureau
8:55 AM When Do 'Do It Yourself-DIYers' Really Do It Themselves? Using Paradata to Explore the Preference for Self-Completion Modes Sara Zuckerbraun, RTI ; Melisssa Hobbs, RTI International ; Angela Greene, RTI International ; Lauren Harris-Kojetin, National Center for Health Statistics ; Manisha Sengupta, National Center for Health Statistics
9:15 AM Model-Based Mode of Data Collection Switching from Internet to Mail in the American Community Survey John Chesnut, U.S. Census Bureau
9:35 AM Using Paradata to Understand Panel Effects in the Current Population Survey John Dixon, Bureau of Labor Statistics
9:55 AM Opening the Box: What We Already Know and Don't Know Yet About the Response Process in the European Social Survey Ineke Stoop, SCP
10:15 AM Floor Discussion
 
 

633 *
Thu, 8/8/2013, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-520b
New Paradigms for Missing Data Methods in Social and Economic Surveys — Topic Contributed Papers
Social Statistics Section , Survey Research Methods Section , Section on Statistics in Epidemiology , Scientific and Public Affairs Advisory Committee
Organizer(s): Yves Thibaudeau, U.S. Census Bureau
Chair(s): Benjamin M. Reist, U.S. Census Bureau
8:35 AM A Study of Data-Collection Rules Involving Real-Time Imputation for Adaptive Survey Design Darcy Steeg Morris, U.S. Census Bureau ; Yves Thibaudeau, U.S. Census Bureau
8:55 AM Multivariate Linear Mixed-Effects Models for Missing Data Applied to a Business Survey Joanna Fane Lineback, U.S. Census Bureau ; Joseph Schafer, U.S. Census Bureau
9:15 AM Building a Complete History for Respondents in Longitudinal Surveys Through Imputation Yves Thibaudeau, U.S. Census Bureau ; Sharon O'Donnell, U.S. Census Bureau
9:35 AM Discussant: Louis-Paul Rivest, Université Laval
9:55 AM Floor Discussion
 
 

636
Thu, 8/8/2013, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-522bc
Real-World Approaches to the Knotty Problems of Outliers, Faulty Values, and Covariates in Complex Sampling Designs — Topic Contributed Papers
Survey Research Methods Section , Government Statistics Section , Section on Statistics in Epidemiology , Korean International Statistical Society
Organizer(s): Andrea Lamas, USDA/National Agricultural Statistics Service
Chair(s): Matthew R Williams, USDA - National Agricultural Statistics Service
8:35 AM Analysis on Generalized Variance Function Estimators from Complex Sample Surveys MoonJung Cho, US Bureau of Labor Statistics
8:55 AM Weights Adjustment in Project TALENT: A New Look at the AIR High School Survey Zhulin He, National Institute of Statistical Sciences ; Alan F. Karr, National Institute of Statistical Sciences ; Michael Cohen, American Institutes for Research ; Danielle Battle, American Institutes for Research ; Deanna Lyter Achorn, American Institutes for Research ; Alexander D. McKay, American Institutes for Research
9:15 AM Multiple Imputation of Missing or Faulty Values Under Linear Constraints Hang Joon Kim, Duke University and NISS ; Jerry Reiter, Duke University ; Quanli Wang, Duke University ; Lawrence Cox, National Institute of Statistical Sciences ; Alan F. Karr, National Institute of Statistical Sciences
9:35 AM Using Internet Panel Surveys for Behavioral Health Surveillance — Carol Gotway Crawford, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention ; Catherine A. Okoro, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ; Satvinder Dhingra, Centers for Disease Control and Northrop Grumman ; Haci Akcin, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ; Guixiang Zhao, Centers for Control and Prevention ; Derek Ford, Centers for Disease Control and Northrop Grumman ; Carol Pierannunzi, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
9:55 AM Numerical Impact of Topcoding on CE Microdata Utility Daniel Yang, Bureau of Labor Statistics ; Daniell Toth, Bureau of Labor Statistics
10:15 AM Floor Discussion
 
 

638 *
Thu, 8/8/2013, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-525a
New Approaches to Disclosure-Safe Dissemination of Medicare Claims Data — Topic Contributed Papers
Survey Research Methods Section , Social Statistics Section , Health Policy Statistics Section , Section on Statistics in Epidemiology , Scientific and Public Affairs Advisory Committee
Organizer(s): Avi Singh, NORC at the University of Chicago
Chair(s): Stephen Cohen, National Science Foundation
8:35 AM Data Entrepreneurs' Synthetic PUF: A Working PUF as an Alternative to Traditional Synthetic and Nonsynthetic PUFs — Tzy-Chyi Yu, NORC at the University of Chicago ; Joshua M. Borton, NORC at the University of Chicago ; A.M. Crego, NORC at the University of Chicago ; Avi Singh, NORC at the University of Chicago ; Micheal Davern, NORC ; Elizabeth Hair, NORC at the University of Chicago
8:55 AM The CMS Public Use File Reidentification Experience Susan Hinkins, NORC ; Patrick Baier, NORC ; Fritz J. Scheuren, NORC at the University of Chicago
9:15 AM Aggregate-Level PUF with High Data Confidentiality and Analytic Utility for Descriptive Analyses from Medicare Claims Data Erkan Erdem, IMPAQ International LLC ; Avi Singh, NORC at the University of Chicago ; Joshua M. Borton, NORC at the University of Chicago
9:35 AM Query-Based PUF for Disclosure-Safe Remote Analysis from Medicare Claims Microdata — Avi Singh, NORC at the University of Chicago ; Joshua M. Borton, NORC at the University of Chicago ; Micheal Davern, NORC ; A. T-C. Yu, NORC at the University of Chicago
9:55 AM Discussant: Jerry Reiter, Duke University
10:15 AM Floor Discussion
 
 

662 *
Thu, 8/8/2013, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-510a
Recent Advances in the Analysis of Mixed-Mode Survey Data — Invited Papers
Survey Research Methods Section , Mental Health Statistics Section , Section on Statistics in Epidemiology , Korean International Statistical Society
Organizer(s): Jae-Kwang Kim, Iowa State University
Chair(s): Minsun Riddles, Iowa State University/Westat
10:35 AM An Imputation Approach for Analyzing Mixed-Mode Surveys Jae-Kwang Kim, Iowa State University ; Seunghwan Park, Seoul National University ; Seo-young Kim, Statistics Korea
11:05 AM Estimating Mode Effects Without Bias: A Randomized Experiment to Compare Mode Effects Between Face-to-Face Interviews and Web Surveys Douglas Rivers, Stanford University ; Lynn Vavreck, UCLA
11:35 AM Analyses of a Mixed-Mode ABS Nationwide Survey of Trust and Confidence Danna Moore, Washington State University ; Danna Moore, Washington State University
12:05 PM Floor Discussion
 
 

671 * !
Thu, 8/8/2013, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-510b
Developments in Survey Weight Calibration and Estimation — Topic Contributed Papers
Survey Research Methods Section , Section on Statistics in Epidemiology
Organizer(s): Michael D. Larsen, The George Washington University
Chair(s): Phil Kott, RTI International
10:35 AM Calibration-Weighting Methods for Complex Surveys Changbao Wu, University of Waterloo ; Wilson Wen Lu, Acadia University
10:55 AM Longitudinal Survey Weight Calibration with Estimated Totals Siyu Qing, George Washington University ; Michael D. Larsen, The George Washington University
11:15 AM Some Thinking on Calibration Applications for Multipurpose Estimations Yan Liu, Statistics of Income/IRS ; Yuqi Liu, The George Washington University
11:35 AM A Design Effect Measure for Calibration Weights in Single-Stage Samples Kimberly Henry, Statistics of Income, IRS ; Richard Valliant, University of Michigan and University of Maryland
11:55 AM Floor Discussion
 
 

695
Thu, 8/8/2013, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-511d
Nonresponse and Total Survey Error — Contributed Papers
Survey Research Methods Section , Social Statistics Section , Statistics Without Borders , Korean International Statistical Society
Chair(s): Sylvia Dohrmann, Westat
10:35 AM Assessment of Total Survey Error for the 2011 National Immunization Survey Wei Zeng, NORC at the University of Chicago ; Kirk Wolter, NORC at the University of Chicago ; Benjamin Skalland, NORC at the University of Chicago ; Vicki Pineau, NORC at the University of Chicago ; Carla Black, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ; Christina Dorell, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ; Meena Khare, NCHS/CDC
10:50 AM Exploring Organizational Characteristics and Design Features Affecting Nonresponse in Surveys of Nonprofit Organizations Ashley Bowers, Indiana University ; Beth Gazley, Indiana University ; Chelsea Killam, ASAE Foundation ; Sharon Moss, ASAE Foundation
11:05 AM Reducing Survey Nonresponse Through Enhanced Administrative Cooperation: An Experience in Korea Eun Hee Choi, Dongguk University ; Sun-Woong Kim, Dongguk University ; Sung Jun Hong, Dongguk University ; Sun Young Lee, Dongguk University
11:20 AM Simulation Approach for Determining Use of Mahalanobis Distance to Reduce Nonresponse Bias Jennifer Cooney, RTI International ; Peter Siegel, RTI International ; Melissa Cominole, RTI International ; Bryan Shepherd, RTI International
11:35 AM Predicting Proxy Status in Nonresponse Follow-Up Workload Andrew Keller, U.S. Census Bureau
11:50 AM Will They Answer the Phone if They Know It Is Us? Using Caller ID to Improve Response Rates Nancy Dickey, USDA/NASS ; Heather Ridolfo, USDA/NASS ; Jeff Boone, USDA/NASS
12:05 PM Treatment of Outcome-Related Nonresponse in an International Literacy Survey Wendy Van de Kerckhove, WESTAT ; Leyla Mohadjer, Westat ; Tom Krenzke, Westat
 
 



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