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I am an Assistant Professor in political science at the University of Chicago. My research interests are located in American politics
 

Summary: I am an Assistant Professor in political science at the University of
Chicago. My research interests are located in American politics
and political methodology with an emphasis on individual political
behavior. I focus on the social foundations of participatory
democracy -- the ways in which social networks influence voting,
donating, choosing a candidate or identifying with a particular
party. I received my PhD from the California Institute of Technol-
ogy in 2007 and my BS from the University of Redlands in 2002.
NICO coffee hour will follow for questions, networking and collaboration.
http://www.northwestern.edu/nico
NICO is pleased to present:
Betsy Sinclair
January 26, 2011 | 12:00 to 01:00 P | Chambers Hall, Lower Level | 600 Foster Street
Refreshments served at 11:30 A
Detecting Spillover in Social Networks: Design and Analysis of Multi-level Experiments
Interpersonal communication presents experimental researchers with a methodological
challenge and a research opportunity. The challenge is that communication among subjects
blurs the line between treatment and control conditions. When treatments are transmitted
from subject to subject, the Stable Unit Treatment Value Assumption (SUTVA) is
violated, and comparison of treatment and control outcomes may provide a biased assessment

  

Source: Amaral, Luis A.N. - Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Northwestern University

 

Collections: Physics; Biology and Medicine