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Soc 952 Path Analysis and Structural Equation Models
2450 Sewell Social Sciences
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Sewell, William H., Robert M. Hauser, Kristen W. Springer, and Taissa S. Hauser. "As We Age: The Wisconsin Longitudinal Study, 1957-2001." Pp. 3-111 in Kevin Leicht, ed. Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, Vol 20. Greenwich, Connecticut: Elsevier Scientific Publishers, 2004.
Hauser, Robert M., "Progress in Schooling: A Review." Pp. 271-318 in Katherine Neckerman, ed., Social Inequality. New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 2004.
Hauser, Robert M., and Robert J. Willis, "Survey Design and Methodology in the Health and Retirement Study and the Wisconsin Longitudinal Study." Population and Development Review 30 (Supplement, 2004): 209-235.
Center for Demography and Ecology
Center for Demography of Health and Aging
Institute for Research on Poverty
Institute on Aging
Interdisciplinary Training Program in Education Sciences
National Research Council
Population Health Sciences
Russell Sage Foundation
Wisconsin Longitudinal Study
Research Interest Statement:
Hauserís Wisconsin Longitudinal Study (WLS) has received major continuing support to conduct home interviews with respondents. He leads the WLS team of scientists, designs and monitors WLS survey operations and the preparing data and documentation for public distribution. Hauserís WLS research focuses on the measurement of psychological well-being and adolescent obesity and on the accumulation of wealth. In addition, he co-authored papers on overall trends and differentials in age-grade retardation and on school retention practices associated with the No Child Left Behind Act of 2002.