The CASM that Bridged a Chasm: When Cognitive Science Met Survey Methodology and Fell in Love! (cross-post with Sheila B Robinson)

When Sheila Beth Robinson and I write together, we usually refer to each other with a superlative – fabulous, magnificent, wonderful, etc. (all totally accurate, of course) – but now, I’m even prouder to call her co-author! Yes, we are in the throes of writing a book on survey design! After a very successful presentationContinue reading “The CASM that Bridged a Chasm: When Cognitive Science Met Survey Methodology and Fell in Love! (cross-post with Sheila B Robinson)”