La Obra Social "la Caixa", ofrece 25 becas a ciudadanos españoles para realizar un doctorado en España.
El Research and Expertise Centre for Survey Methodology (RECSM) de la Universitat Pompeu Fabra (Barcelona) está dispuesto a apoyar una o más solicitudes de candidatos con perfiles excelentes que quieran realizar un doctorado en las áreas de actividad del centro.
El plazo para el envío de candidaturas es hasta el 12 de febrero de 2015
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This new module written by Anna de Castellarnau and Willem Saris, researchers at RECSM-UPF, illustrates that correction for measurement errors is not only necessary but also possible. Probably, the reason why most researchers do not correct for these errors in their analyses yet is because it is widely thought that the procedure for getting the quality estimates of all variables in the study is a rather costly and complex as it involves presenting similar questions to the respondents at least two times. However, this module provides a very simple procedure to correct for measurement errors using of the quality estimates obtained from the program Survey Quality Predictor (SQP). With this information the correlation and covariance matrices can simply be corrected and used as input for the analyses. This procedure is illustrated for regression analysis, causal models and models with complex concepts using LISREL, Stata and R.
The publication is available online at the European Social Survey Education Net (ESS EduNet) [ Link]
The World Association for Public Opinion Research (WAPOR) is pleased to announce its 68 th annual conference will be held for the first time in Latin America. The four-day conference, hosted by the Universidad de Tres de Febrero, will convene 16-19 June 2015 in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Conference Theme: The Networks of Public Opinion: New Theories, New Methods
Four survey research experts will be our guest speakers: Rory Fitzgerald (Director European Social Survey ERIC), Jon A. Krosnick (Stanford University, USA), Beatrice Rammstedt (GESIS, Germany), Charles E. Lance (University of Georgia, USA). For complete information about the seminar, click here.