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2020

2019
  • Beresovsky V. On application of a response propensity model to estimation from web samples. Joint Statistical Meetings. Denver, Colorado. July 2019.
  • Scanlon P, Creamer L. Combining the traditional with the innovative: The evaluation of e-cigarette questions with cognitive interviewing and web probing. 8th Conference of the European Survey Research Association. Zagreb, Croatia. July 2019.
  • Scanlon P. Better together: How web probing and cognitive interviewing complement each other in question evaluation studies. 8th Conference of the European Survey Research Association. Zagreb, Croatia. July 2019.
  • Scanlon P. Moving web probing forward: An examination of probe type and formatting. 8th Conference of the European Survey Research Association. Zagreb, Croatia. July 2019.
  • Yu E, Fobia A, Scanlon P, Kaplan R, Holzberg J. Introduction to using online testing to support pre-testing and survey methods research in the federal government. DC-AAPOR Short Course. Washington, District of Columbia. June 2019.
  • Scanlon, P. NCHS’ mixed-method approach for the examination of measurement error. Statistics Canada-National Center for Health Statistics Interchange. Hyattsville, Maryland. June 2019.
  • Irimata K. Comparison of quarterly and yearly NHIS data for propensity score adjusted web survey estimates. Statistics Canada-National Center for Health Statistics Interchange. Hyattsville, Maryland. June 2019.
  • Miller K, Bilgen I. Is a picture worth a thousand words? The examination of varying design of opioid use items and opioid images on data quality. American Association for Public Opinion Research Annual Conference. Toronto, Ontario. May 2019.
  • Creamer L, Scanlon P, Reynolds B, Massey M. Introductory text use in e-cigarette measures: Results a web survey experiment. American Association for Public Opinion Research Annual Conference. Toronto, Ontario. May 2019.
  • Scanlon P. Forced-choice versus select-all-that-apply: The results of a web probe formatting experiment. American Association for Public Opinion Research Annual Conference. Toronto, Ontario. May 2019.
  • Reynolds B, Bilgen I, Scanlon P. Measuring psychological distress in the redesigned NHIS: A multi-method question evaluation study. American Association for Public Opinion Research Annual Conference. Toronto, Ontario. May 2019.
  • Scanlon P. Using online probability panels for questionnaire design and evaluation research. Federal CASIC Workshops. Washington, District of Columbia. April 2019.

2018
  • He Y, Shin H, Cai B, Beresovsky V, Scanlon P, Parsons V, Meyer P, Parker JD. The utility of using web surveys to measure and estimate major health outcomes, a pilot study. International Methodology Symposium of Statistics Canada. Ottawa, Canada. December 2018.
  • He Y, Shin H, Cai B, Beresovsky V, Scanlon P, Parsons V, Meyer P, Parker JD. The utility of using web surveys to measure and estimate major health outcomes, a pilot study. Symposium of CDC/ATSDR Statistics Day. Atlanta, Georgia. September 2018.
  • Beresovsky V. Variance estimation and other inferences from nonrandom samples under model-implied randomization. Joint Statistical Meetings. Vancouver, British Columbia. July 2018.
  • He Y, Shin H, Cai B, Beresovsky V, Scanlon P, Parsons V, Meyer P, Parker JD. The utility of using web surveys to measure and estimate major health outcomes, a pilot study. Joint Statistical Meetings. Vancouver, British Columbia. July 2018.
  • Scanlon P. Using web probes to explore the distribution of interpretative measurement error across population sub-groups. American Association for Public Opinion Research Annual Conference. Denver, Colorado. May 2018.
  • Creamer L, Scanlon P, Massey M, Reynolds B. Introductory text use in e-cigarette measures: Results from two cognitive interview studies and a web survey. American Association for Public Opinion Research Annual Conference. Denver, Colorado. May 2018.
  • Reynolds B, Scanlon P. Measuring health insurance coverage in the United States: A question evaluation study using embedded web probes. American Association for Public Opinion Research Annual Conference. Denver, Colorado. May 2018.
  • Reynolds B, Scanlon P. Using online survey panels to evaluate response error in health insurance questions. Federal CASIC Workshops. Suitland, Maryland. April 2018.
  • Beresovsky V. Inferences from nonrandom samples with model-implied randomization. Federal Committee on Statistical Methodology  Research and Policy Conference. Washington, District of Columbia. March 2018.
  • Scanlon P. Using close-ended web probes to inform the redesign of the National Health Interview Survey chronic lung condition questions. Federal Committee on Statistical Methodology Research and Policy Conference. Washington, District of Columbia. March 2018.

2017
  • Beresovsky V. Imputation classes as a framework for inferences from nonrandom samples. NISS/WSS Workshop on Inference from Nonprobability Samples. Washington, District of Columbia. September 2017.
  • Singh A, Beresovsky V, Ye C. Estimation from purposive samples with the aid of probability supplements but without data on the study variable.  Joint Statistical Meetings. Baltimore, Maryland. August 2017.
  • Beresovsky V. Imputation classes as a framework for inferences from non-random samples. Joint Statistical Meetings. Baltimore, Maryland. August 2017.
  • Scanlon P. Methodological considerations for the use of close-ended online probes. 7th Conference of the European Survey Research Association. Lisbon, Portugal. July 2017.
  • Scanlon P, Edgar J. It’s not either/or: Web probing and cognitive interviewing in question evaluation studies. World Association for Public Opinion Research Annual Conference. Lisbon, Portugal. July 2017.
  • Edgar J, Scanlon P. Apples and oranges: What is the right question when comparing web probing and cognitive interviewing? American Association for Public Opinion Research Annual Conference. New Orleans, Louisiana. May 2017.

2016
  • Scanlon P. Web panel research at the National Center for Health Statistics. Statistics Canada-National Center for Health Statistics Interchange. Ottawa, Ontario. November 2016.
  • Scanlon P. Using targeted embedded probes to quantify cognitive interviewing findings. International Conference on Questionnaire Design, Evaluation, and Testing Conference. Miami, Florida. November 2016.
  • Scanlon P. Using web panels to quantify the qualitative. American Association for Public Opinion Research Annual Conference. Austin, Texas. May 2016.
  • Scanlon P, Miller K. Moving towards mixed method questionnaire evaluation: Combining cognitive interviewing and the use of targeted embedded probes. World Association for Public Opinion Research Annual Conference. Austin, Texas. May 2016.
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