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AAPOR Annual Conference Schedule Updates

Check here for the latest changes to the conference program:

CORRECTIONS:
Page 6, Exhibit Hall Hours, 3:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Page 7, For Short Course descriptions see pages 43, 46 and 123.


Page 14, HISP-AAPOR Affinity Group Happy Hour and Meetup
Friday, May 19, 6:00 p.m. Meet in hotel lobby, Pelican Bar.

Page 20, History Committee
Janice M. Ballou - Chair 
Stephen J. Blumberg, National Center for Health Statistics 
Kathleen Frankovic
Richard Morin, Pew Research Center 
Robyn Rapoport, SSRS 
Tom W. Smith, NORC at the University of Chicago
G. Evans Witt, Princeton Survey Research Associates International 

Page 26, Student Poster Judging Committee
Trent Buskirk, University of Massachusetts-Boston – Chair
Dana Garbarski, Loyola University
Phillip Brenner, University of Massachusetts-Boston John Stevenson, University of Wisconsin Madison Ashley Hyon, Marketing Systems Group

Page 31, POQ Editorial Team
Friday, May 19, 11:30 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.
Evergreen, 4th Floor

Page 31, Finance: Investment Subcommittee
Friday, May 19, 11:30 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.
Edgewood, 4th Floor

Page 32, CCMR Affinity Group Meeting
Saturday, May 20, 7:00 a.m. – 8:00 a.m.
Bachus/Iris/Muses/Meeting Room, 8th Floor

Page 32, 12:30 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. Speed Networking Session #2 Endymion, Eighth Floor

Page 32, HISP-AAPOR Affinity Group Happy Hour and Meetup
Friday, May 19, 6:00 p.m. Meet in hotel lobby, Pelican Bar.

Page 33, Exhibit Hall Hours, 3:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Page 35, 
12:30 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. Speed Networking Session #2 Endymion, Eighth Floor

Page 44, Exhibit Hall Hours, 3:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Page 45, 6:30 - 9:00 p.m.New Member & All-Chapter Welcome Mixer and Chef Tasting Party, Grand Ballroom, Fifth Floor

Page 48-52, Poster Session #1, Thursday, May 18, 2017

Page 62, HISP-AAPOR Affinity Group Happy Hour and Meetup

Friday, May 19, 6:00 p.m. Meet in hotel lobby, Pelican Bar.

Page 65, Concurrent Sessions B, Session 5: The Role of Commercial Voter Files in the Study of Elections
Ruth Igielnik, Pew Research Center
Scott Keeter, Pew Research Center
Courtney Kennedy, Pew Research Center
Bradley Spahn, Stanford University 

Page 69, Concurrent Sessions B, Session 10, Hanging Up on F2F? Mode Comparison for Polling in Eastern Europe
Patrick Moynihan, Pew Research Center

Page 77, Concurrent Sessions D, Session 4, Developing Cost Effective Data Collection Decisions and Methods, Cost Considerations in Mail Surveys
Mina Muller, Westat
Regina Yudd, Westat
Pamela Giambo, Westat

Page 82, Poster Session #2, 15. Raking and Weighting ANES Time Series will be presented during Poster Session #3
Joseph Wu, Stanford University
Jon A. Krosnick, Stanford University
Matthew DeBell, Stanford University

Page 85, Concurrent Sessions E, Session 2, Inbound Call Survey (ICS) - A New Methodology (Panel), Redirected Inbound Call Sampling (RICS) – Detailed Methodology
Scott Richards, Reconnect Research
 
Page 85, Concurrent Sessions E, Session 2, Inbound Call Survey (ICS) - A New Methodology (Panel), Redirected Inbound Call Sampling (RICS) and Rapid Surveillance - Questionnaire Design and IRB Issues
Georgiy Bobashev

Page 86, Concurrent Sessions E, Session 4, At Least a Dozen Things We Learned from the 2016 Elections (Panel)
Anthony Salvanto, CBS News
Jennifer Agiesta, CNN
Charles Franklin, Marquette University Law School
Kyley McGeeney, PSB Research

Page 100, Concurrent Sessions G, Session 2, Adaptive/Responsive Design: Predictions and Evaluations
Moderator: Melissa Helton, RTI

Page 101, Concurrent Sessions G, Session 4, Measuring Effect of Democratic Voter Crossover for Donald Trump Through Online Civic Engagement Tools
Aleks Mistratov, Brigade
Jeremy Meadow, Brigade

Page 108, Poster Session #3, 53. Mixed Sampling with Nonprobability Sample (Facebook Advertisement) and Probability Sample (Address-based Sampling)—Does it Work?
Chanyoung Lee, University of South Florida

Page 110, Concurrent Sessions H, Session 3, Increasing the Response Rate to a National Online Survey: What is the Impact of Adding Reminder Calls to an Existing Response Maximisation Strategy?
Sonia Whiteley, The Social Research Centre

Page 110, Concurrent Sessions H, Session 3, How Do Changes in Communications Impact Daily Research Panel Participation?
Adam Gluck, Nielsen
Arianne Buckley, Nielsen
Erin Wittkowsky, Nielsen

Page 125, Concurrent Sessions J, www.BetterWebSurveys.com: Increasing Data Quality for Web Surveys
Moderator: Jason Fields, Census


The following presentations have been WITHDRAWN:

Page 67, Concurrent Sessions B, Session 8, The Impact of Respondents Changing Previously-Collected Data in Subsequent Rounds of Longitudinal Surveys: An Application to the MCBS

Page 79, Concurrent Sessions D, Session 8, What Makes A Sexual Orientation Question Sensitive?

Page 84, Poster Session #2, 52. Understanding Public Attitudes toward Immigration Policy: Political Ideology, Self-Interest and Political Knowledge


Page 84, Poster Session #2, 54. Watchdogs & Lapdogs: Donald Trump’s Taming of the News Media

Page 87, Concurrent Sessions E, Session 6, Marijuana and Public Opinion Change (Panel) Organized by PAPOR

Page 113, Concurrent Sessions H, Session 9, Does Relation of Retrieval Pathways to Data Quality Differ by Self or Proxy Response Status?


Page 115, Concurrent Sessions I, Session 1, Improving the Validity of Anchoring Vignette Methodology with Visual Vignettes

Page 125, Concurrent Sessions J, Session 3, Measurement Error among Tablet and Computer-Based Users 

Page 126, Concurrent Sessions J, Session 5, The Effect of Change in the CG CAHPS Survey Instrument Retrospective Period on Scores and Trends - A Case Study of Military Health Service Patients 

Page 133, Concurrent Sessions K, Session 9, Polling Millennials in 2016


Ad Hoc Meetings

 


Platinum Sponsors

ABT Associates
GfK
Headway in Research
ICF
IMPAQ
Nielsen
NORC
RTI
SSRS
Westat

Gold Sponsors

AIR
AVP Social Science Research
Dial800/Reconnect Research
Mathmatica
MDRC

Silver Sponsors

MJT
Oxford University Press
UCONN

Bronze Sponsors

D3
EdChoice
Survox

Conference Supporters

SSI

Exhibitors

3Q Global
AANP
ABT Associates
Adapt, Inc.
ASDE Survey Sampler
AVP Social Science Research
cApStAn LQC Inc
Dial800/Reconnect Research
Gallup
GfK
Gravic Inc Remark Software
Headway in Research
ICF
ICPSR
IMPAQ
Issues & Answers Network
Langer Research
Mathmatica
MDRC
mFour
Michigan Program in Survey Methodology
MJT
Nielsen
NORC
Opinion Access
Oxford University Press
Provalis Research
Rand
Reconnaissance Market Research
Revily Inc
Roper
RTI
SSI
SSRS
Stampede Consulting
Stata Corp LP
STS
Swift Prepaid Solutions
UCONN
USDA
Voxco
Westat