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Presented By: Michigan Program in Survey and Data Science

Fourth Annual Likert Workshop - Intersections between Cross-Cultural Survey Research and Cross-Cultural Psychology

Michigan Program in Survey and Data Science

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Fourth Annual Likert Workshop
Fourth Annual Likert Workshop
Intersections between Cross-Cultural Survey Research and Cross-Cultural Psychology

ONLINE REGISTRATION REQUIRED (Free Virtual Workshop)

 11:00-11:10 - Welcome. Fred Conrad, Director, Program in Survey and Data Science, University of Michigan.

 11:10-11:30 - Introduction. Tim Johnson, Professor Emeritus, University of Illinois at Chicago, Senior Fellow, Center of Excellence in Survey Research, NORC.

 11:30-12:00 - Moving a cross-national general survey from face-to-face to self-completion data collection: a discussion of the cross-national and cross-cultural challenges. Rory Fitzgerald, Director, European Social Survey, City, University of London, U.K.

 12:00-12:10 - Break

 12:10-12:40 - Assessing measurement invariance: Can we make a dead-end road into a highway? Jan Cieciuch, Professor, Psychology, Cardinal Wyszynski University in Warsaw, Poland, URPP Social Networks, University of Zurich, Switzerland Eldad Davidov, Professor, Sociology, University of Cologne, Germany, Sociology and URPP Social Networks, University of Zurich, Switzerland Peter Schmidt, Professor Emeritus, ZEU, University of Giessen, Germany, Psychosomatics, University of Mainz, Germany Daniel Seddig, Professor, Sociology, University of Passau, Germany, University of Cologne, Germany.

 12:40-1:10 - Culture, language and measurement of health. Sunghee Lee, Research Associate Professor, Program in Survey and Data Science, University of Michigan.

 1:10-1:20 - Break

 1:20-1:50 - Voicing politics: How language shapes public opinion. Efrén O. Pérez, Professor, Political Science and Psychology, Director, Race, Ethnicity, Politics & Society (REPS) Lab, UCLA.

 1:50-2:20 - What may this mean? How cultural mindsets influence conversational inferences. Daphna Oyserman, Dean’s Professor, Psychology, University of Southern California, Norbert Schwarz, Provost Professor, Psychology and Marketing, University of Southern California.

 2:20-2:30 - Closing Discussion, Q&A.
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