Distinguished Lecture Series

 

Lecturer

Date

Title

Discussants

Chris Skinner

9/10/04

The Analysis of Data from Surveys with Complex Sampling Designs

Keith Rust

Barry Graubard

Don Rubin

5/19/04

Valid Survey Inference Via Imputation Requires Multiple Imputation

John Eltinge

Rod Little

Fritz Scheuren

Jon Krosnick

4/15/05

Why Small Changes in Question Wording Can Produce Big Changes in Survey Measurement:  Unraveling Some Mysteries of Questionnaire Design with the Theory of Satisficing

Gordon Willis

Howard Schuman

J. N. K. Rao

11/18/05

Interplay Between Sample Survey Theory and Practice: An Appraisal

Mike Brick

Phil Kott

Nora Cate Schaeffer

4/7/06

Conversational Practices with a Purpose: Interaction within the Standardized Interview

Fred Conrad

Elizabeth Martin

Roderick Little

4/13/07

Wait! Should We Use the Survey Weights to Weight?

Rick Valliant

John Eltinge

Colm O’Muircheartaigh

4/11/08

Survey Design a la carte: Survey Research in the 21st Century 

Deborah Griffin

Robert Groves

Paul Biemer

5/8/09

Incorporating Level-of-Effort Paradata in Nonresponse Adjustment

Frauke Kreuter

Jonaki Bose

Eleanor Singer

3/12/10

Why People Respond to Surveys:  A Cost-Benefit Theory of Survey Participation

Brian Harris-Kojetin

Katharine Abraham

Ray Chambers

4/7/11

Statistical Analysis Using Combined Data Sources

Nat Schenker

Michael Elliot

J. N. K. Rao

9/30/11

Estimation of Complex Small Area Parameter with Application to Poverty Indicators

Peter Lanjou

Partha Lahiri

Norbert Schwarz

3/30/2012

Do survey respondents lie? Situated cognition and socially desirable responding

Paul Beatty

David Cantor

Michael Traugott

4/5/2013

Public Opinion Polls in the News

Clyde Tucker

Mark Blumenthal

Sarah Nusser

4/25/2014

Accounting for Measurement Error in Physical Activity Data

Peter Miller

Jill Montaquila

Allan McCutcheon

4/10/2015

Web Surveys, Online Panels, and Paradata: Automating Responsive Design

Tom Louis

James Wagner

Sharon Lohr

3/11/2016

The Essential Survey Statistician

Rick Valliant

Cynthia Clark

Scott Keeter

4/21/2017

What the 2016 Election Taught Us about Public Opinion and Election Polling

Michael Traugott

Cliff Zukin

Graham Kalton

4/27/2018

The Past, Present, and Future of Social Surveys

Steven Heeringa

J.N.K. Rao

Don Dillman

4/12/2019

Web-Push Surveys: Origins, Use, and Unsolved Challenges

Fred Conrad

Nancy Bates

Xiao-Li Meng

4/30/2021

Data Defect Correlation: A Unified Quality Metric for Probabilistic and Non-probabilistic Samples

Roderick Little

Stephanie Eckman

Distinguished lectures