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Survey Research Methods Series: Powerpoint Presentations

Collaborating with Survey Centers to Conduct Survey Research

Screencap of Collaborating with Survey Centers to Conduct Survey Research powerpointMichael Davern, Ph.D.
NORC at the University of Chicago
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Comparing and Linking Survey Data: Considerations for Working with Multiple Data Sources

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Institute for Child Health Policy
College of Medicine, University of Florida
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Developing and Testing Survey Questions

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National Cancer Institute
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Patient Reported Outcomes (PROs) Tools for Measurement of Health Related Quality of Life

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Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
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Purposes of Surveys and Questionnaires: Assessing Prevalence, Risk and Outcomes

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University of Minnesota
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Using Latent Variable Models in Survey Research 

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Arizona State University
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What Do Survey Data Really Mean? Considering Issues of Causality and Temporality in Survey Research

screencap of What Do Survey Data Really Mean? Considering Issues of Causality and Temporality in Survey Research powerpointSeth M. Noar, Ph.D.
School of Journalism and Mass Communication
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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