Innovation in the Measurement of Community Contextual Features Innovation in the Measurement of Community Contextual Features The goal of this project is to compare the computer assisted interview (CAI) instrument against a standard paper instrument for collecting activity space and neighborhood context data. Our project will be executed according to the following schedule: Year 1, First six months: refine instruments (CAI and paper), draw sample, train interview staff. Second six months: field survey, enter data from paper-based survey, begin data cleaning. Year 2: Finish cleaning data, test hypotheses with data, develop, present, and publish manuscripts.
|Effective start/end date||6/15/13 → 3/31/16|
- HHS: National Institutes of Health (NIH): $430,853.00
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