Provisional Programme

Methodology of Longitudinal Surveys II
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08:30-09:00

Day 2 registrationLTB foyer

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09:00-10:40

Session 1

Measurement error in the longitudinal context (Chair: Marieke Voorpostel) (monograph papers)LTB6

Interviewer and respondent behaviours when measuring change with dependent interviewing

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  • Annette Jackle – Institute for Social and Economic Research, University of Essex
  • Tarek Al Baghal - Institute for Social and Economic Research , University of Essex
  • Stephanie Eckman - RTI International
  • Emanuela Sala - University of Milano Bicocca

Panel conditioning: Types, causes and empirical evidence of what we know so far

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  • Bella Struminskaya - University of Utrecht
  • Michael Bosnjak - Leibniz Institute for Psychology Information (ZPID)

Discussion

  • Mario Callegaro - Google

Analysing attrition (Chair: Oliver Lipps) (contributed papers)LTB2

The fade-away of an initial nonresponse bias in panel surveys

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  • Ulrich Rendtel - Freie Universität  Berlin
  • Juha Alho - University of Helsinki

Understanding attrition in the LSAC

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  • Jennifer Renda - Australian Institute of Family Studies
  • Helena Romaniuk - Australian Institute of Family Studies
  • Dinusha Bandara - Australian Institute of Family Studies
  • Karena Jessup - Australian Institute of Family Studies
  • Galina Daraganova - Australian Institute of Family Studies
  • Bernadette Kok - Australian Institute of Family Studies

It’s the process stupid! Using Machine Learning to understand the relation between paradata and panel dropout

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  • Peter Lugtig - Utrecht University
  • Annelies Blom - University of Mannheim

Applying Prospect Theory to Participation in a CAPI/Web Panel Survey

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  • Peter Lynn - University of Essex, UK

Longitudinal studies of children (Chair: Maria Iacovou) (contributed papers)LTB7

Growing up in Australia's Child Health CheckPoint: Using agile principles to embed a physical health and biomarkers module into a national longitudinal study

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  • Melissa Wake
  • Ben Edwards
  • Fiona Mensah
  • Susan Clifford
  • David Burgner
  • John Carlin
  • Tim Olds
  • Richard Saffery
  • Lisa Gold
  • Terence Dwyer
  • Kate Lycett
  • Sarah Davies

Longitudinal research of children in care or leaving care

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  • Cliona Rooney - National University of Ireland Galway
  • Carmel Devaney - National University of Ireland Galway

Tracking children in the largest school district in the United States: A comparison of administrative data and field tracking from preschool to kindergarten

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  • Jean Lennon - RTI International
  • Jennifer Keeney - RTI International
  • Joe Simpson - RTI International
  • Marissa Strassberger

Pathways of Care Longitudinal Study in New South Wales Australia: rationale, design and data collection

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  • Marina Paxman - NSW Department of Family and Community Services
  • Johanna Watson - NSW Department of Family and Community Services
  • Judy Cashmore - University of Sydney
  • Andy Cubie - Social Research Institute Ipsos
10:40-11:00

BreakLTB foyer & LTB4

11:00-12:40

Session 2

Tackling missing data (Chair: Paul Clarke) (monograph papers)LTB6

Estimation based on longitudinal data with informative missing

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  • Zahoor Ahmad - University of Southampton
  • Li-Chun Zhang - University of Southampton

Proper multiple imputation of clustered or panel data

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  • Martin Spiess - University of Hamburg, Department of Psychology
  • Kristian Kleinke - University of Bielefeld, Department of Psychology
  • Jost Reinecke - University of Bielefeld, Faculty of Sociology

Discussion

  • Yves Thibaudeau - U.S. Census Bureau

Measurement error in a panel context (Chair: Nicole Kirgis) (contributed papers)LTB8

Using the seam effect to identify occupations most prone to survey errors

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  • Zbigniew Sawiński - Institute of Philosophy and Sociology Polish Academy of Sciences

A methodological guide to the analysis of panel conditioning effects

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  • Ruben Bach – University of Mannheim

Conditioning effects on a (relatively) high-frequency random probability web-CATI panel

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  • Martin Wood – NatCen Social Research
  • Curtis Jessop – NatCen Social Research
  • Hannah Morgan – NatCen Social Research

Methodological innovations (Chair: Annette Scherpenzeel) (monograph papers)LTB7

Mixing modes in longitudinal household panels: recent developments and new findings

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  • Marieke Voorpostel - FORS, Switzerland
  • Oliver Lipps - FORS, Switzerland
  • Caroline Roberts - University of Lausanne, Switzerland

Innovations in participant engagement and tracking in longitudinal surveys

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  • Lisa Calderwood - Centre for Longitudinal Studies, UCL Institute of Education
  • Matt Brown - Centre for Longitudinal Studies, UCL Institute of Education
  • Emily Gilbert - Centre for Longitudinal Studies, UCL Institute of Education

Discussion

Mick Couper - University of Michigan

12:40-13:45

LunchLTB foyer & LTB4

13:45-15:00

Session 3

Adaptive design 1 (Chair: Kate McGonagle) (contributed papers)LTB2

Interactive visualization to facilitate monitoring longitudinal survey data and paradata

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  • Michael Duprey – RTI International
  • Joe Murphy – RTI International
  • Rob Chew – RTI International
  • Paul Biemer - RTI International, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • Kathleen Mullan Harris - University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • Carolyn Tucker Halpern - University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Simulating the consequences of adaptive survey design in the HILDA Survey

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  • Nicole Watson – University of Melbourne
  • Mark o’Shea – University of Melbourne

Innovations in survey management: incorporating experimental designs in the 2014 Survey of Income and Program Participation

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  • Holly Fee - U.S. Census Bureau
  • Stephanie Coffey - U.S. Census Bureau
  • Jason Fields - U.S. Census Bureau
  • Shelley Irving - U.S. Census Bureau
  • Matthew Marlay - U.S. Census Bureau
  • Benjamin Reist - U.S. Census Bureau
  • Mahdi Sundukchi - U.S. Census Bureau
  • Kevin Tolliver - U.S. Census Bureau
  • Gina Walejko - U.S. Census Bureau
  • Ashley Westra - U.S. Census Bureau
  • Allison Zotti - U.S. Census Bureau

Online panels (Chair: Alex Wenz) (contributed papers)LTB7

How do different strategies of including the offline population affect the representativeness of probability-based online panels over time? Mixing modes versus providing Internet equipment

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  • Carina Cornesse - SFB 884 Political Economy of Reforms, University of Mannheim and GESIS – Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences
  • Ines Schaurer - GESIS – Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences
  • Ulrich Krieger - University of Mannheim

The Implications of a push to web experiment in the context of a longitudinal study

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  • Tom Emery - Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute
  • Susana Cabaco - Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute

A method for optimizing data collection efficiency in an online panel: A case study

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  • Jessica Herzing - University of Mannheim, Germany
  • Caroline Vandenplas - University of Leuven, Belgium
  • Julian Axenfeld - University of Mannheim, Germany

Analysing complex data (Chair: Martin Wood) (contributed papers)LTB8

Challenges and benefits of employing event history analysis of longitudinal survey data: the case of environmental attitudes

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  • Gina Anghelescu – Institute for Social and Economic Research, University of Essex

Results of a simulation study comparing various methods for analysing clustered longitudinal survey data

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  • Johanna Völkl - Department of Statistics, Faculty of Mathematics, Computer Science and Statistics, LMU Munich, Germany
  • Angelika Schaffrath Rosario - Department of Epidemiology and Health Reporting, Robert Koch Institute, Berlin, Germany
  • Helmut Küchenhoff - Department of Statistics, Faculty of Mathematics, Computer Science and Statistics, LMU Munich, Germany
  • Sonja Greven - Department of Statistics, Faculty of Mathematics, Computer Science and Statistics, LMU Munich, Germany

Predicting data collection characteristics using partial data versus a Bayesian approach

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  • Stephanie Coffey - U.S. Census Bureau, Joint Program in Survey Methodology, University of Maryland
  • Michael Elliott - University of Michigan, University of Maryland
15:00-15:20

BreakLTB foyer & LTB4

15:20-17:00

Session 4

Biomarkers (Chair: Carli Lessof) (monograph papers)LTB6

Collecting biomarker data in longitudinal surveys

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  • Meena Kumari - Institute for Social and Economic Research, University of Essex
  • Michaela Benzeval - Institute for Social and Economic Research, University of Essex

The effects of biological data collection in longitudinal surveys on subsequent wave nonresponse

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  • Fiona Pashazadeh - University of Manchester
  • Alexandru Cernat - University of Manchester
  • Joseph Sakshaug - University of Manchester

Discussion

  • Lisa Calderwood - Centre for Longitudinal Studies, UCL Institute of Education

Consent to data linkage (Chair: Narayan Sastry) (monograph papers)LTB2

Determinants of consent to administrative records linkage in longitudinal surveys: evidence from Next Steps

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  • George Ploubidis - Centre for Longitudinal Studies, UCL Institute of Education
  • Lisa Calderwood - Centre for Longitudinal Studies, UCL Institute of Education
  • Darina Peycheva - Centre for Longitudinal Studies, UCL Institute of Education

Understanding data linkage consent in longitudinal surveys

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  • Annette Jäckle - Institute for Social and Economic Research, University of Essex
  • Kelsey Beninger - Kantar Public
  • Jonathan Burton - Institute for Social and Economic Research, University of Essex
  • Mick P. Couper - University of Michigan

Discussion

  • Mary-Beth Ofstedal - University of Michigan

International contributions (Chair: Gary Pollock) (contributed papers)LTB7

Moroccan experience in panel survey: NHDO's household panel survey

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  • Kawtar ZEROUAL - National Human Development Observatory
  • Abdel Kader TETO - National Human Development Observatory

The Longitudinal Ageing Study in India (LASI): Research and sampling design dynamics

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  • Arokiasamy Perianayagam - International Institute for Population Sciences, Mumbai
19:00

Dinner

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Dinner will be held at Colchester United Football Club.

Coach will leave at 18:00

Dinner will be at 19:30

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