Mon, Oct 3 at noon:
Longevity, Education, & Income, Hoyt Bleakley
Research Affiliate, Population Studies Center.
Professor Emeritus, Survey Research Center, Institute for Social Research.
Ph.D., Columbia University
Dr. Singer works primarily in two areas of research with implications for population research: knowledge, attitudes, and beliefs with respect to genetics and genetic testing, and the ethical and practical implications of concerns about confidentiality on response rates to surveys. In the first area, she has focused on differences between ethnic and racial groups in the U.S. Her research on confidentiality has focused on how beliefs and attitudes interact with topic sensitivity and disclosure limitation practices to affect willingness to participate in survey research.
Singer, Eleanor, Mick P. Couper, Angela Fagerlin, Floyd J. Fowler, Carrie A. Levin, Peter A. Ubel, John Van Hoewyk, and Brian J. Zikmund-Fisher. 2014. "The role of perceived benefits and costs in patients' medical decisions." Health Expectations, 17(1): 4-14. DOI. Abstract.
Patrick, Megan E., Eleanor Singer, Carol J. Boyd, James A. Cranford, and Sean Esteban McCabe. 2013. "Incentives for college student participation in web-based substance use surveys." Addictive Behaviors, 38(3): 1710-1714. PMCID: PMC3558561. DOI. Abstract.
Groves, Robert M., S. Presser, Roger Tourangeau, Brady T. West, Mick P. Couper, Eleanor Singer, and C. Toppe. 2012. "Support for the Survey Sponsor and Nonresponse Bias." Public Opinion Quarterly, 76(3): 512-524. DOI. Abstract.