The Wisconsin Parents Study is a study of about 1,200 divorced families with children throughout the state of Wisconsin and is funded by the Wisconsin Department of Children and Families. Researchers are interested in learning about the daily lives of divorced parents. The main purpose of this study is to gather information that will help us better understand the living arrangements, needs, and circumstances of divorced families.
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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Associate Director John Stevenson, Panelist on AAPOR’s Virtual Workshop: “Transitioning CATI to Remote Interviewing”
UWSC Associate Director, John Stevenson, will be a featured panelist on AAPOR's virtual workshop "Transitioning CATI to Remote Interviewing." This workshop is a part of the COVID-19 Changes to Research Practices Workshop Series.
The network of Feeding Wisconsin food banks and pantries are partnering with researchers from the University of Wisconsin-Madison to gather information about how people are getting by these days.
Interested in surveying physicians? New UWSC research highlights the effectiveness of $5 and $10 sequential incentive combinations
While collecting high quality data from physicians is critical, response rates for physician surveys are frequently low. A proven method for increasing response in mail surveys is to provide a small, prepaid monetary incentive in the initial mailing. More recently, UWSC researchers have begun experimenting with adding a second cash incentive in a follow-up contact in order to increase participation among more reluctant respondents.
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