CORES (Community Resources Study) is an academic study that examines health and social services issues facing households in our communities. The goal is to understand how best to work with communities to meet needs and strengthen the availability and use of local resources. We are interviewing randomly selected residents from different areas in the country to build on knowledge about what works and what doesn't.
The Wisconsin Longitudinal Study (WLS) is very pleased to announce that a new round of interviews with Graduates and their selected Sibling will begin in July 2019 and continue until approximately 2024. As in past years, the University of Wisconsin Survey Center (UWSC) will be contacting participants for interviews.
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Let’s Agree to Disagree! New Publication by UWSC Researchers Recommends Against Using Agree-Disagree Questions
Although they are ubiquitous, a recent publication by UWSC researchers and collaborators calls to question the use of agree-disagree (AD) questions to measure attitudes and opinions. In “Towards a reconsideration of the use of use of agree-disagree questions in measuring subjective evaluations,” UWSC researchers provide a review and synthesis of research on the measurement properties and potential limitations of AD questions.July 26, 2021
UWSC Researchers Participate in the Virtual 2021 Conference of the European Survey Research Association (ESRA)
European Survey Research Association (ESRA) is pleased to announce that its 9th Conference will be held online on 2, 9, 16, and 23 July 2021 and UWSC will be there! In a video available on YouTube, Faculty Director Jennifer Dykema presents new work on “Using Results from Interviewer-Respondent Interaction to Improve the Design and Administration of Questions about Chronic Conditions.”July 6, 2021
New Study by UWSC Researchers and Collaborators Explores Differences in How Black and White Respondents Answer Questions about Trust and Medical Researchers
Check out the newly published “Understanding Survey Methodology: Sociological Theory and Applications” for results from a new UWSC study. The study examines how Black and White respondents answer questions about trust in medical researchers and participation in medical research.January 7, 2021
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