Publications

Treviño M., Zhu X., Lu Y.Y., Scheuer L.S., Passell E., Huang G.C., Germine L.T., and Horowitz. T.S. (2021).

How do we measure attention? Using factor analysis to establish construct validity of neuropsychological tests.

Jones M., Brick J.M., and Van de Kerckhove W. (2021).

Effects of address coverage enhancement on estimates from address-based sampling studies.

Paolicelli C., Borger C., DeMatteis J., Gollapudi B., Machado J., Reat A., Ritchie L., Sun B., Whaley S., and Zimmerman T.P. (2021).

The WIC Infant and Toddler Feeding Practices Study-2 (WIC ITFPS-2) through age 5: What we've learned, what questions remain, and how you can use this longitudinal dataset.

Marker D.A., Brock S., Steiger D., DeMatteis J., and Popick H. (2021).

Jewish community studies in the twenty-first century.

Jones M., Cecere W.E., Lin T.-H., Kali J., and Flores Cervantes I. (2021).

Modeling survey nonresponse under a cluster sample design: Classification and regression tree methodologies compared.

Kali J., Krenzke T., Chen Y., Chen J.A., and Green J. (2021).

Evaluation of methods to form segments from Census blocks in area sample designs.

Li J., Li L., Krenzke T., and Chang W.-Y. (2021).

An approach to estimate the reidentification risk in longitudinal survey microdata.

Yu Q., Johnson M.C., Fishbein H.A., Birch R.J., Zhu X., Mardon R., Pace W., Mathew S.M., Sawyer H.L., Merrill L.S., Umbel K.D., and Jang S. (2021).

Latent class trajectory analysis of risk factors uncovers progression to type 2 diabetes.

Raithel M.A. (2021).

The SAS data set characterization utility.

Erciulescu A.L., Opsomer J.D., and Breidt F.J. (2021).

A bridging model to reconcile statistics based on data from multiple surveys.

Oh A.Y., Caporaso A., Davis T., Dwyer L.A., Nebeling L.C., Liu B., and Hennessy E. (2021).

Effect of incentive amount on U.S. adolescents' participation in an accelerometer data collection component of a national survey.

Diaz E., Brooks G., and Johanson G. (2021).

Detecting differential item functioning: Item response theory methods versus the Mantel-Haenszel procedure.

Yan T. (2021).

Consequences of asking sensitive questions in surveys.

Opsomer J., Chen A., Chang W.-Y., and Foley D. (2021).

U.S. employment higher in the private sector than in the education sector for U.S.-trained doctoral scientists and engineers: Findings from the 2019 Survey of Doctorate Recipients.

Fay R.E. (2021).

Constructing and disseminating small area estimates from the National Crime Victimization Survey, 2007–2018.

Oliva-Aviles C., Meyer M.C., and Opsomer J.D. (2020).

Estimation and inference of domain means subject to qualitative constraints.

Harrison S.P., Schoen R., Atcitty D., Fiegener R., Goodhue R., Havens K., House C.C., Johnson R.C., Leger E., Lesser V., Opsomer J.D., Shaw N., Soltis D.E., Swinton S.M., Toth E., and Young S.A. (2020).

Preparing for the need for a supply of native seed.

Ren W., Li J., Erciulescu A., Krenzke T., and Mohadjer L. (2020).

A variable selection method for small area estimation modeling of the proficiency of adult competency.

Raithel M.A. (2020).

A program to compare two SAS Format Catalogs.

Cecere W., Lin T., Jones M., Kali J., and Flores Cervantes I. (2020).

A comparison of classification and regression tree methodologies when modeling survey nonresponse.

Tourangeau R., Sun H., and Yan T (2020).

Comparing methods for assessing reliability.

Price S., Chansky M., Meissner H. I., Engstrom M. C., Dunderdale T., Mayne R. G., Bahde A. L., Frechtling J. A., and Mandal R. (2020).

Methods Development and Modeling Research: Contributions to Advancing TRS and Informing Regulations.

Zhu J., Fanning M., Sheehan L., Morrissey K.G., Legum S., and Hermansen S. (2020).

Methodology for linking Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program Services Report (RSR) client level data over multiple years.

Meilan-Vila A., Opsomer J.D., Francisco-Fernandez M., and Crujeiras R.M. (2020).

A goodness-of-fit test for regression models with spatially correlated errors.

Erciulescu A.L., Cruze N. B., and Nandram B. (2020).

Statistical challenges in combining survey and auxiliary data to produce official statistics.

Krenzke T. and Mohadjer L. (2020).

Application of probability-based link-tracing and nonprobability approaches to sampling out-of-school youth in developing countries.

Sun H., Newsome J., McNulty J., Levin K., Langetieg P., Schafer B., and Guyton J. (2020).

What works, what doesn't? Three studies designed to improve survey response.

Sun H., Conrad F.G., and Kreuter F. (2020).

The relationship between interviewer-respondent rapport and data quality.

Han D. and Valliant R. (2020).

Effects of outcome and response models on single-step calibration estimators.

Olson K., Smyth J.D., Horwitz R., Keeter S., Lesser V., Marken S., Mathiowetz N.A., McCarthy J.S., O'Brien E., Opsomer J.D., Steiger D., Sterrett D., Su J., Suzer-Gurtekin Z.T., Turakhia C., and Wagner J. (2020).

Transitions from telephone surveys to self-administered and mixed-mode surveys: AAPOR task force report.

Noar S.M., Cappella J.N., and Price S. (2019).

Communication regulatory science: Mapping a new field.

Dohrmann S., Jones M., Kalton G., and Opsomer J. (2019).

A review of the Address Coverage Enhancement Scheme for in-person household surveys.

Lohr S., Riddles M., and Brick J.M. (2019).

Goodness-of-fit tests for distributions estimated from complex survey data.

Erciulescu A.L. and Opsomer J.D. (2019).

A model-based approach to predict employee compensation components.

Oliva-Aviles C., Meyer M.C., and Opsomer J.D. (2019).

Checking validity of monotone domain mean estimators.

Tourangeau R., Yan T., Sun H., Hyland A., and Stanton C.A. (2019).

Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health (PATH) reliability and validity study: Selected reliability and validity estimates.

Ratner J. (2019).

Discretionary wars, cost-benefit analysis, and the Rashomon effect: Searching for an analytical engine for avoiding war.

Tourangeau R., Maitland A., Steiger D., and Yan T. (2019).

A framework for making decisions about question evaluation methods.

Fishbein H., Bauer D., Yu Q., Mermelstein R., Jones D., Miller A., Harrell M., Loukas A., Sterling K., Colip B., and Mittl B. (2019).

Harmonizing cigar survey data across TCORS, CTP, and PATH studies: The Cigar Collaborative Research (CCR) Group.

Shlomo N., Krenzke T., and Li J. (2019).

Comparison of three post-tabular confidentiality approaches for survey weighted frequency tables.

Raithel M. (2019).

Vetting differences between relational database definitions and actual data with SAS.

Mitchell R., Brown R., Fulton J., Alexander M., and Black S. (2019).

Do-it-yourself CDISC! A case study of Westat's successful implementation of CDISC standards on a fixed budget.

Choi S., Lee J.S., Bassim C.W., Kushner H., Carr A.G., Gardner P.J., Harney L.A., Schultz K.A.P., and Stewart D.R. (2019).

Dental abnormalities in individuals with pathogenic germline variation in DICER1.

Huryn L.A., Turriff A., Harney L.A., Carr A.G., Chevez-Barrios P., Gombos D.S., Ram R., Hufnagel R.B., Hill D.A., Zein W.M., Schultz K.A.P., Bishop R., and Stewart D.R. (2019).

DICER1 syndrome: Characterization of the ocular phenotype in a family-based cohort study.

Krenzke T. and Li J. (2019).

Replicating published data tables to assess sensitivity in subsequent analyses and mapping.

Erciulescu A.L., Berg E., Cecere W., and Ghosh M. (2019).

A bivariate hierarchical Bayesian model for estimating cropland cash rental rates at the county level.

Munk T., O'Hara N., and Sulzberger L.A. (2019).

Examining representation and identification: Over, under, or both? (Version 2.0).

Messier K.P., Wheeler D.C., Flory A.R., Jones R.R., Nolan B.T., and Ward M.H. (2019).

Modeling groundwater nitrate exposure in private wells of North Carolina for the Agricultural Health Study.

Breidt F.J., Opsomer J.D., and Huang C.M. (2018).

Model-assisted survey estimation with imperfectly matched auxiliary data.

Yu H., Wang Y., Opsomer J.D., Wang P., and Ponce N. (2018).

A design-based approach to small area estimation using semiparametric generalized linear mixed models.

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