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New psychometrics - Exploratory bifactor analysis – Dr Tim Croudace (University of York – Health Sciences). June 2012
I perform exploratory and confirmatory bifactor analysis of ordinal response mood and feelings questionnaires in population samples using modern IRT methods and free analysis software.
Other surveys used: NCDS APS HSE SHES.
Household subjective well being – Professor Jennifer Roberts (University of Sheffield – Economics). June 2012
Exploring ways of measuring subjective well being at a household level. This requires the aggregation of individual measures of subjective well being for both adults and children in a household. The relationships between household subjective well being and material measures of well being will also be explored.