SUMMARY OF SRL STUDIES

Volume II: Study Nos. 689­776

(1990­1996)


Includes cumulative listing of pending projects and cumulative subject index for Volumes I and II



 

SURVEY RESEARCH LABORATORY

University of Illinois at Chicago


Established in 1964, SRL conducts surveys for University faculty and students; for state, local, and federal agencies; and for other groups working in the public interest.



 
 
 
 
 
 
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ABBREVIATIONS

SRL Survey Research Laboratory
UI University of Illinois
UIC University of Illinois at Chicago
UIUC University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign


689 STUDY OF EMOTIONAL AND IMAGE BASES OF RACIAL ATTITUDES

Two hundred and fifty telephone interviews conducted for James Kuklinski (UIUC Department of Political Science). Project coordinator: Tobey Fumento. Ran June­September 1990. Pending no. 9490.

690 TECHNOLOGY CORRIDOR EDUCATIONAL NEEDS ASSESSMENT

Study for the Illinois Board of Higher Education to assess the actual demand and likely usages of educational programs designed for the employees of technology-based industries located in the western and northwestern suburbs of Chicago and to measure the perceptions of employers and employees on the quality and accessibility of existing graduate-level training programs for employees in technologically advanced fields. Involved two surveys: In the Employer Survey, face-to-face interviews were conducted with 74 senior executives in technology-based companies with at least one employee who has at least a bachelor's degree in engineering and engineering-related technologies, mathematics and computer science, life science, or physical science; in the Employee Survey, telephone interviews were conducted with 215 employees with at least a bachelor's degree in one of the four areas listed above, selected from the same companies used in the Employer Survey. Project coordinator: Vincent Parker. Ran November 1990­November 1991. Pending no. 9533.

691 Spanish version of questionnaire for study 686 (see Volume I).

692 WASTE MANAGEMENT SURVEY OF ILLINOIS HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS

Study for the Illinois Hazardous Waste Research and Information Center to obtain information about the state of waste management (for municipal solid, nonhazardous, special, and hazardous waste) at 50 public and private higher education institutions in Illinois. In Phase 1, the campuses were telephoned to get general information and the names of respondents for Phase 2. In the second phase, a more detailed questionnaire was mailed. Funding came from the Illinois Department of Energy and Natural Resources. Principal investigator and project coordinator: Diane O'Rourke. Ran January 1991­July 1996. Pending no. 9550.

693 1991 OUTDOOR RECREATION SURVEY (see also 553, 629, and 674 in Volume I and 776 in this volume)

Telephone interview survey of 1,002 adults in Illinois for the Illinois Department of Conservation (IDOC) to assess the patterns of the outdoor recreation of Illinois residents and their attitudes toward recreational facilities. Client: Marla Gursh (IDOC); project coordinator: Diane O'Rourke. Ran January 1991­February 1992. Pending no. 9538.

694 AVOIDABLE MORTALITY FROM CANCER IN BLACK POPULATIONS (see also 621 and 656 in Volume I)

The postintervention phase of a study for Clyde Phillips (School of Public Health) to evaluate an educational project to increase participation of African American women in cervical and breast cancer screening. The study assessed the effectiveness of an educational intervention (consisting of a direct print media campaign and cancer educational workshops in churches and schools and at African American community special events) in altering knowledge, attitudes, and practice related to cervical and breast cancer. Involved telephone interviews with approximately 1,800 African American women (half of whom received the intervention and half of whom did not) aged 20 years or older in 10 community areas on south side Chicago. Project coordinator: Edward Lakner. Ran January­September 1991. Pending no. 9334.

695 UIC FACULTY SATISFACTION SURVEY

Survey for the UIC Faculty Advisory Committee to assess faculty satisfaction and concerns at UIC. Involved focus groups with selected UIC faculty and a questionnaire mailed to 1,441 UIC faculty members, 75% of whom responded. Principal investigator: Richard Warnecke; project coordinator: Ward Kay. Ran February 1991­November 1992. Pending no. 9556.

696 AMERICAN MEDICAL RECORD ASSOCIATION SURVEY (see also 469, 592, and 662 in Volume I and 715 in this volume)

SRL assisted Margaret Amatayakul (American Medical Record Association) in a mail survey of 6,000 medical record professionals who are Association members. Project coordinator: Jeffrey Francik. Ran February­April 1991. Pending no. 9553.

697 DEVELOPING AND EVALUATING REINTERVIEW METHODS AND QUESTIONNAIRES

Joint statistical agreement between the U.S. Bureau of the Census and UI (Seymour Sudman, principal investigator) to conduct cognitive experiments on reinterviews and think-alouds covering respondents' understanding of question meaning, their methods for giving self-reports (counting, estimation, etc.), and issues of self-representation (e.g., threat, embarrassment). The various experiments used face-to-face interviews with a variety of respondent groups. SRL reinterviewed 23 respondents to surveys conducted at UI, the University of Maryland, and the Bureau of the Census. Project coordinator: Diane O'Rourke. Ran February 1991­September 1993. Pending no. 9530.

698 YOUTH AIDS PREVENTION PROGRAM (YAPP)

Study for Susan Levy (Prevention Research Center) to evaluate a health intervention in Chicago area public schools on AIDS and sexual practices. Self-administered questionnaires were given to 701 7th graders in 15 schools both before and immediately after the intervention, with the schools randomly assigned to the health intervention or to the school's regular health education program. The students were followed for 2 more years (i.e., as 8th and 9th graders), with questionnaires administered each year. Project coordinator: Timothy Johnson. Ran March 1991­June 1994. Pending no. 9393.

699 Second year of CCSP: Community Interventions for Cancer Prevention (see 599, etc., in Volume I and 899, etc., and 1199, etc., in this volume)

700 TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER TO AID POLLUTION PREVENTION AND WASTE MANAGEMENT

Mail survey for the Illinois Hazardous Waste Research and Information Center to gather information from Illinois manufacturers in heavy industry on their waste control and management strategies and on their technology development and information needs concerning waste management and to assess to what extent the manufacturers are receptive to working with the state to increase their operational efficiency and reduce the amount of waste that they generate. Questionnaires were completed by the waste management officers at 1,000 manufacturing firms throughout Illinois who had been identified through telephone calls to the firms. Project coordinator: Victoria Gwiasda. Started April 1991; ongoing as of November 1996. Pending no. 9537.

701 AIDS OUTREACH PROJECT

Consulting for Walter Wiebel (School of Public Health) on the AIDS Outreach Project. Project coordinator: Timothy Johnson. Ran April­October 1991. Pending no. not available.

702 PRESCRIBE FOR HEALTH IN URBAN MINORITY PRIMARY CARE PHYSICIAN PRACTICES (see also 727)

Four-year National Cancer Institute­funded study for Loretta Lacey (Prevention Research Center), Clara Manfredi (Prevention Research Center), and Ronald Czaja (North Carolina State University at Raleigh), with Richard Warnecke as a co-investigator, to implement and evaluate an intervention to improve, maintain, and diffuse early cancer detection protocols among primary care physicians at clinics in Chicago who have mostly low- to moderate-income African American and Hispanic patients. The study involved 47 clinics that serve HMO and non-HMO patients. It evaluated the process of program dissemination among the physicians and involved a preintervention mail survey with all of the physicians and staff members who have HMO patient contact to evaluate the physicians' response to the intervention. In conjunction with the physician survey, approximately 40 records from HMO patients and 20 records from non-HMO patients were abstracted at each clinic. Data collection in Year 4 repeated records abstraction procedures from Year 1. A small follow-up survey of the participating clinics was also conducted. An extension of this project was conducted as study 727. Project coordinator: Gloria Chapa-Resendez. Ran May 1991­April 1995. Pending no. 9390.

703 ILLINOIS CORN MARKETING

Two hundred telephone interviews conducted for Harold Guither, UIUC Department of Agricultural Economics. Project coordinator: Edward Lakner. Ran July­August 1991. Pending no. 9562.

704 ILLINOIS RECREATIONAL FACILITIES INVENTORY

Mail survey for Gerrit Knaap (UIUC Department of Urban and Regional Planning) to obtain information on the supply of outdoor recreation resources and facilities in Illinois. Involved data collected from facility managers on approximately 6,500 outdoor recreation facilities. Ran August 1991­February 1993. Project coordinator: Edward Lakner. Pending no. 9547.

705 ILLINOIS SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY PREVENTION EDUCATION PROGRAM

Study for Susan Levy (Prevention Research Center) to assess attributes of organizations and school staff associated with varying levels and types of implementations of drug prevention education programs in Illinois public schools, to develop and test an intervention to improve drug education program implementation, and to determine gaps in curricula. Involved three waves of mail questionnaires (with telephone follow-ups) for school district superintendents, school board presidents, principals, faculty and other school staff, and parents and other community members throughout Illinois. Approximately 955 completes. Project coordinator: Edward Lakner. Ran August 1991­June 1993. Pending no. 9528.

706 HOMELESSNESS AND SUBSTANCE USE IN COOK COUNTY (see 686 in Volume I)

Report prepared for the Illinois Department of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse (DASA) based on data obtained in study 686. N = 481. Client: Jane Elmore (DASA); project coordinator: Timothy Johnson. Ran August­September 1991. Pending no. 9566.

707 COGNITIVE ASPECTS OF REPORTING CANCER PREVENTION EXAMINATIONS AND TESTS

Research for the National Center for Health Statistics to investigate cognitive methods for improving responses to questions about health promotion and disease prevention, focusing on predictors of accuracy in reporting four early detection procedures: Pap smear, mammography, breast physical examinations, and fecal occult blood tests. The study involved two focus groups (N = 18), 16 think-alouds, and 178 face-to-face interviews with women aged 50 and over who had been members of the Rush-Anchor HMO since January 1, 1987, and lived in Chicago. Principal investigator: Seymour Sudman; project coordinator: Diane O'Rourke. Ran October 1991­June 1993. Pending no. 9567.

708 ELDERLY DRIVER SURVEY

Mail survey for Richard Michaels (UIC Urban Transportation Center) to identify road and highway design features (e.g., pavement markings on hills and curves, lighting at intersections) that are most important to the elderly in driving safely and to assess how hard or easy various driving activities (reading signs on freeways, driving at night or in heavy traffic) are for the elderly now compared with 10 years ago. Involved 300 telephone interviews with Illinois residents aged 60 and younger and 600 mail questionnaires to residents 60 and older holding a valid Illinois driver's license. Project coordinator: Edward Lakner. Ran November 1991­April 1992. Pending no. 9514.

709 SEIU NURSES SURVEY

Consulting on study and questionnaire design for a survey of members of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) who were RNs. Ran November 1991­September 1992. Client: Peisert (SEIU); project coordinator: Diane O'Rourke. Pending no. not available.

710 SUBSTANCE USE AMONG THE ADULT POPULATION OF ILLINOIS

Report prepared for the Illinois Department of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse (DASA) based on data obtained in a statewide study of alcohol and drug use. N = 4,897. Client: Jane Elmore (DASA); project coordinator: Timothy Johnson. Ran November 1991­July 1992. Pending no. 9571.

711 IMPACT STUDY OF THE INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR AGRICULTURAL TRAINING SABBATIC PROGRAM

Assistance to Thomas McCowen (UIUC Office of International Agriculture) in the development of a questionnaire for administration to 75 U.S. scholars having taken sabbatical leave between 1987 and 1992 at Egerton University in Kenya. The purpose was to assess the impact of the sabbatic/scholar program with regard to curriculum development, applied research, and teaching at Egerton. Project coordinator: Edward Lakner. Ran December 1991­January 1993. Pending no. 9579.

712 EVALUATION OF THE DEAN, COLLEGE OF PHARMACY

Evaluation of head of UIC unit--confidential. Started February 1992; canceled. Project coordinator: Edward Lakner. Pending no. not available.

713 LOW-INCOME MINORITY CHILDREN

A longitudinal study of children at risk conducted for Arthur Reynolds (Department of Psychology, Yale University) with funding from the Bureau of Program Evaluation, Chicago Public Schools, involving follow-up telephone interviews of approximately 350 nonrespondents to a first-wave mail survey conducted by the Chicago Public Schools to assess the prevalence of past and present factors in everyday life affecting the school success of children from low-SES households. Survey results were used to help Chicago Public Schools better serve children and families for whom a low-income environment poses a risk to school success. Project coordinator: Edward Lakner. Ran March­September 1992. Pending no. 9580.

714 MAINE TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL

Study of citizen satisfaction with the quality of education provided by Maine Township, Illinois, high schools for Fred Coombs, Associate Dean of the UIUC College of Education, funded by Maine Township High School District #207 in suburban Chicago. Included questions on property taxes and problems facing schools. Telephone interviews were conducted with about 900 respondents with and without children in the schools. Survey results were used to aid the Maine Township Board of Education in policy and program decisions. Project coordinator: Edward Lakner. Ran April­September 1992. Pending no. 9577.

715 MEDICAL RECORDS DEPARTMENT SURVEY (see also 469, 592, and 662 in Volume I and 696 in this volume)

Data reduction and processing for the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) 1992 Manpower Survey. The mail survey was conducted with 3,475 respondents to collect information to assist in defining staffing needs in health information management. It was one of a series of surveys that occur approximately every 3 years. Client: Margaret Amatayakul (AHIMA); project coordinator: Jeffrey Francik. Ran June­September 1992. Pending no. 9588.

716 COOK COUNTY HOSPITAL SMOKING CESSATION

Telephone survey for Dr. David Marder of Cook County Hospital in Chicago to examine the success of the Cook County Hospital Smoking Cessation Clinic in helping patients to quit smoking. The survey involved telephone interviews with 331 former clients of the clinic. Project coordinator: Ward Kay. Ran June 1992­January 1993. Pending no. 9572.

717 CAER COURSE NEEDS ASSESSMENT

Mail survey for Bob Bender, UI Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs, and the Center for Advanced Education and Research (CAER) seeking to identify specific topics of interest for future CAER seminars by surveying businesses in the technology corridor of northeastern Illinois. N = 462. Project coordinator: Barbara Zusman. Ran August­November 1992. Pending no. 9595.

718 MINORITY POPULATIONS' UNDERSTANDING OF HEALTH QUESTIONS

National Center for Health Statistics­funded research to study question comparability aspects of health questions by using cognitive methods to assess how racial/ethnic background affects the interpretation of commonly administered health survey questions, the information retrieval and judgment formation utilized for responses to those questions, and the editing of responses prior to verbalization. Think-aloud interviews were conducted with 423 respondents of varying SES in the Chicago area, employing a 4x2x50 design with African Americans, Mexican Americans, Puerto Ricans, and whites, half of whom were male and half of whom were female. Principal investigators: Timothy Johnson and Diane O'Rourke; project coordinator: Gloria Chapa-Resendez. Ran October 1992­October 1995. Pending no. 9593.

719 Second year of Cervical Cancer Prevention and Control Demonstration Project (see 619 in Volume I)

720 ABAN AYA YOUTH HEALTH PROJECT

The purpose of this National Institute for Child Health and Human Development­funded study, sponsored by Brian Flay (Prevention Research Center), was to test the efficacy of a classroom-based intervention program designed to prevent the health-compromising behaviors of violence, unsafe sexual behavior, and substance use/abuse among 10- to 13-year-old African American adolescents in poor neighborhoods of Chicago and its suburbs. The Prevention Research Center interviewed approximately 863 students in their schools and, where possible, surveyed the parents of the students by mail. First in a pilot study (in 1993) and then in the first year of the main data collection (late 1994), SRL conducted telephone interviews with those parents who failed to return the questionnaire. In the main study year, approximately 125 interviews were completed. Project coordinator: Betty Simon. Ran March 1992­March 1995. Pending no. 9586.

721 META-ANALYSIS OF SOCIAL SUPPORT INTERVENTIONS FOR ADDICTIVE BEHAVIORS

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention­funded study for the Prevention Research Center using statistical methods of meta-analysis to systematically review controlled social support interventions for the treatment of alcoholism, smoking, and obesity in an attempt to reconcile the equivocality in studies on the role of social support in addictive behavior modification and to determine the features of interventions that are most predictive of success. Principal investigator and project coordinator: Jennifer Parsons. Ran July 1992­June 1993. Pending no. 9587.

722 MEDICAL SCHOLARS PROGRAM

Assistance to Diane Gottheil, UIUC College of Medicine, in setting up data entry and SPSS. Project coordinator: Edward Lakner. Ran December 1992­February 1993. Pending no. 9603.

723 ILLINOIS COMPREHENSIVE SUBSTANCE ABUSE STUDY

The purpose of this study, sponsored by the Illinois Department of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse (DASA) with funds from the Department of Health and Human Services Center for Substance Abuse Treatment, was to produce precise incidence and prevalence estimates of nonmedical alcohol and drug use for the Illinois adult population. The information was to help DASA develop more effective prevention and treatment programs and apply state dollars in an optimal manner. RDD telephone interviews were conducted with 4,645 adults, with oversamples of African American and Hispanic residents. Principal investigator: Timothy Johnson; project coordinators: Edward Lakner and Cynthia Peters. Ran December 1992­June 1994. Pending no. 9495.

724 NEW PARENTHOOD PROJECT

Study for Michele Kelley (School of Public Health), funded by the Health Resources Services Administration, Maternal and Child Health Bureau, focusing on how new mothers and fathers cope with the demands of parenthood. The study examined distress related to pregnancy and birth and examined changes in gender roles that come after a couple has their first child. Data were collected from new parents in two waves (262 in the first wave and 258 in the second) by CATI. In addition, infant temperament questionnaires were mailed to the respondents. Project coordinator: Victoria Gwiasda. Ran January 1993­November 1995. Pending no. 9608.

725 NETWORK STUDY OF CHRONICALLY DISABLED

CATI interviews of a sample of 450 frail elderly and working age disabled persons, funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and sponsored by Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island. Using a network sample of the frail elderly, this study evaluated the effectiveness of multiplicity procedures for identifying the chronically disabled and assessed issues related to service system access, availability, and quality. Client: Susan Allen (Brown University); project coordinator: Cynthia Peters. Ran February 1993­July 1994. Pending no. 9601.

726 UIUC ATHLETICS/UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS SPORTS SURVEY

The purpose of this mail survey of 1,363 undergraduates for Ronald Guenther at UIUC's Division of Intercollegiate Athletics was to assess the interests and involvement of undergraduate students in University sports as participants and spectators at all levels--intercollegiate, club, and intramural. Project coordinator: Diane O'Rourke. Ran February 1993­May 1994. Pending no. 9614.

727 PRESCRIBE FOR HEALTH PATIENT INTERVIEW SURVEY (see also 702 in this volume)

An extension of study 702, this National Cancer Institute­funded telephone survey for Loretta Lacey (Prevention Research Center) evaluated the effectiveness of a health promotion campaign conducted among Chicago HMO patients designed to encourage early cancer detection and frequent medical checkups. Interviews with 223 patients assessed the nature and extent of patients' use of a "health promotion card" and their knowledge of and beliefs about cancer and the value of cancer screening. Principal investigators after spring 1994: Clara Manfredi (Prevention Research Center), Ronald Czaja (North Carolina State University at Raleigh), and Richard Warnecke; project coordinator: Edward Lakner. Ran February­July 1993. Pending no. 9612.

728 VOLUNTEER LITERACY TUTORING SURVEY

The purpose of this mail survey of 582 graduate and undergraduate students, sponsored by Timothy Shanahan (UIC Center for Literacy), was to gather information concerning the interest of students in community service in order to allow the University to develop community service opportunities for its students that best meet their needs. Project coordinator: Jeffrey Francik. Ran October 1992­August 1993. Pending no. 9598.

729/829/ CIS PROGRAM PROJECT--SURVEY CORE (see also 770 in this volume)

929/1029

SRL is conducting the survey work for this multiple-study program project, whose goal is to test intervention strategies relative to information dissemination and behavior change. In Project 1, "Five-a-Day for Better Health," callers to the Cancer Information Service (CIS) Hotline were interviewed on their nutritional habits and the amount of fruits and vegetables eaten each day. Four-week follow-ups to these interviews were conducted by telephone with 1,672 cases; of these, 1,286 were interviewed at 4 months. In addition, a 24-hour dietary recall pilot study was conducted by telephone. Project 2 focuses on the impact of an out call from CIS or the AMC Cancer Research Center on women's health habits and attitudes toward breast cancer and mammography 6 months after the out call. Women aged 50 or older were screened by telephone and put into an experimental or control group. SRL completed 6-month follow-ups with 2,168 of these women. Survey work for Project 3 consists of conducting 6-month follow-up telephone interviews with African American smokers who called a CIS toll free number in response to a smoking cessation media campaign. Program project principal investigator: Al Marcus (AMC Cancer Research Center); Survey Core principal investigator: Richard Warnecke; project coordinators: Lynn Hamilton, Betty Simon, and Gloria Chapa-Resendez. Started July 1993; ongoing as of November 1996. Pending no. 9563.

730 Seventh wave of Panel on Consumer Decision Processes (see 030, etc., in Volume I)

731 H. A. WILSON MARKET STUDY

Under a subcontract, SRL ran focus groups for this study for the Library Research Center on the Urbana campus. The work was funded by the H. A. Wilson Company to find out what kind of penetration its products had in the libraries in Chicago and its suburbs so they could analyze future trends. Five focus groups were conducted with a total of 49 participants. Client: Christine Horak (UI Library Research Center); project coordinator: Gloria Chapa-Resendez. Ran August­September 1993. Pending no. 9605.

732 HOSPITAL DISCHARGE PLANNERS

SRL conducted seven think-aloud interviews for Mary Fennell (Pennsylvania State University) in anticipation of a larger study on the organizational structures that link rural hospitals to long-term care providers. N = 500. Project coordinator: Diane O'Rourke. Ran August­September 1993. Pending no. 9613.

733 QUALITY OF LIFE

In this National Cancer Institute­funded study, a version of the Ferrans and Powers Quality of Life Index appropriate for adult African American and Mexican American cancer patients with a high school education or less was developed in English and in Spanish. The psychometric properties, responsiveness to change, and implementation aspects of the two versions when used with cancer patients with stable health status and with patients participating in cancer clinical trails were assessed. SRL conducted focus groups (N = 17) and laboratory think-aloud interviews (N = 43). Principal investigator: Carol Ferrans (UIC College of Nursing); project coordinator: Gloria Chapa-Resendez. Ran November 1993­January 1995. Pending no. 9609.

734 PRISON SURVEY

This study was conducted with Illinois Department of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse funds to determine the alcohol and drug use treatment needs of Illinois prisoners. CAPI interviews were conducted with 630 inmates at prisons in Joliet, Menard, Dwight, and Graham, Illinois, on their knowledge of HIV/AIDS risk factors and on their experiences with tobacco, alcohol, illicit drugs, substance use treatment programs, gangs, and sex prior to incarceration. Inmates were also asked about their criminal history. Principal investigators: James Swartz (Treatment Alternatives for Special Clients [TASC], Inc.) and Timothy Johnson; project coordinator: Victoria Gwiasda. Ran January­August 1994. Pending no. 9631.

735 HEALTH SURVEY RESEARCH METHODS CONFERENCE

Conference organizing for the Sixth Conference on Health Survey Research Methods, held in June 1995. The conference produced state-of-the-art summaries of methodological knowledge and agendas for needed methodological research. The focuses were major survey activities in the federal statistical program, the use of surveys in health care policy, and ongoing methodological research relevant to these activities. The conference was sponsored by the Agency for Health Care Policy and Research, the National Center for Health Statistics, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, the National Cancer Institute, and the Health Resources Services Administration. Conference organizers: Richard Warnecke and Diane O'Rourke. Planning started January 1994; proceedings published May 1996. Pending no. 9617.

736 DCFS STUDY

Sponsored by the Department of Children and Family Services of Illinois, this study sought to determine substance abuse treatment needs of its clients through CAPI interviews with 150 clients in Cook County. Project coordinator: Andrew Montgomery. Ran January­June 1994. Pending no. 9638.

737 Second year of Assessment of the Implementation and Impact of the Community Clinical Oncology Program--Phase II (see 637 in Volume I)

738 SCHOOL OF HUMAN RESOURCES AND FAMILY STUDIES STUDENT SURVEY

Data reduction on 1,547 cases for Aaron Ebata (Human Resources and Family Studies, UIUC). Project coordinator: Jeffrey Francik. Ran March­April 1994. Pending no. 9639.

739 Fourth wave of Study to Determine Flooding Characteristics of Selected Drainage Areas Within the Chicagoland Underflow Plan Area (see 439, etc., in Volume I)

740 COLLEGE OF NURSING, 1994 EVALUATION OF DEAN

Evaluation of head of UIC unit--confidential. Ran March­April 1994. Project coordinator: Jeffrey Francik. Pending no. 9645.

741 WOMEN AND VIOLENCE IN HUMBOLDT PARK (see also 759 in this volume)

Funded by the MacArthur Foundation and conducted by Northwestern University, this study focused on the impact of domestic and street violence on the labor force participation and selected child rearing decisions of women living in the Humboldt Park neighborhood of Chicago. SRL conducted a face-to-face survey in English and in Spanish with a total of 800 women in Humboldt Park. Principal investigator: Susan Lloyd (Northwestern University); project coordinator: Victoria Gwiasda. Ran September 1993­April 1995. Pending no. 9629.

742 COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY, 1994 EVALUATION OF DEAN

Evaluation of head of UIC unit--confidential. Ran January­May 1994. Project coordinator: Jeffrey Francik. Pending no. 9644.

743 OVARIAN CANCER CASE CONTROL

Karin Rosenblatt (Community Health, UIUC) is the principal investigator for this National Institutes of Health­funded study to determine whether or not genital talc exposure causes ovarian cancer. The link between fertility drugs, oral contraceptive use, hormone use, gynecological operations, nutritional factors, and family history with the development of ovarian cancer will be examined. SRL will conduct face-to-face interviews with 450 non-Asian women aged 18­74 residing in Cook County and having epithelial tumors. Using an RDD sample, control cases will be recruited and matched to cancer cases by age, race/ethnicity, and geographic area. Face-to-face interviews will be conducted with 675 matched controls. Co­principal investigators: Faith Davis (School of Public Health) and Katherine Mallin (School of Public Health); project coordinator: Victoria Gwiasda. Started March 1994; ongoing as of November 1996. Pending no. 9602.

744 INSTITUTIONALIZATION OF A SMOKING CESSATION PROGRAM (see also 1199, etc., in this volume)

This Centers for Disease Control and Prevention­funded study for Clara Manfredi (Prevention Research Center) will examine the institutionalization of a smoking cessation program for women of childbearing age in public health clinics. It is an adjunct to Project 3 of study 1199, etc. CATI interviews will be attempted with 800 potential respondents. Co­principal investigator: Richard Warnecke; project coordinator: Jennifer Parsons. Started February 1996; ongoing as of November 1996. Pending no. 9623.

745 Seventh wave of Chicago Married Couples Panel (see 145, etc., in Volume I)

746 AGING AND SENSE OF CONTROL

Sponsored by the National Institute on Aging and the National Institutes of Health, this study seeks to specify and explain the relationship between age and changes in the sense of control. A national RDD sample of 2,510, including an oversample of persons aged 60 and older, was interviewed by CATI during the first year of the study. Tracking calls will be conducted during the second and third years, and reinterviews will take place in the fourth year. Principal investigator: John Mirowsky (Ohio State University); co­principal investigator: Catherine Ross (Ohio State University); project coordinator: Lynn Hamilton. Started April 1994; ongoing as of November 1996. Pending no. 9487.

747 EVALUATION OF ROCKY MOUNTAIN TOBACCO FREE CHALLENGE

This study, sponsored by North Dakota's Department of Health, Tobacco Prevention and Control Program, identified types of regional collaboration and identified whether the Rocky Mountain Tobacco Free Challenge (RMTFC) should develop a 5-year agenda within the American Stop Smoking Intervention Study (ASSIST)/IMPACT program. Annual RMTFC evaluation reports, original documents describing projects submitted to RMTFC, and the progress report on state tobacco use prevention and control activities published by the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO) were used to create case studies of each of the eight participating state programs. Principal investigator: Richard B. Warnecke; project coordinator: Jonathan VanGeest. Ran August 1994­January 1995. Pending no. 9664.

748 COGNITIVE INTERVIEWING STUDY OF ETHNIC IDENTIFICATION

This study was conducted by Timothy Johnson with funding from the National Center for Health Statistics to investigate the cognitive processes that women of multiracial background or Hispanic origin use to provide information about their racial and ethnic background and that of their children. Think-aloud interviews were conducted with 86 women aged 18­44 who have two Hispanic parents or who have only one parent who is Hispanic, African American, Asian, or Native American. Project coordinator: Gloria Chapa-Resendez. Ran August 1994­August 1995. Pending no. 9656.

749 STATE AND LOCAL IMMUNIZATION COVERAGE AND HEALTH SURVEY

SRL was a subcontractor to Abt Associates, Inc., on this Centers for Disease Control and Prevention­funded project. Approximately 16,000 U.S. households were screened by CATI to identify households with children aged 19­34 months. About 280 interviews were then conducted with the person most knowledgeable about the child's immunization record. Principal investigator: Calvin Jones (Abt Associates, Inc.); project coordinator: Gloria Chapa-Resendez. Ran September­November 1994. Pending no. 9665.

750 THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 1994 EMPLOYEE ATTITUDE SURVEY

To assess UIC employee attitudes and job satisfaction among the academic professional and support staff, questionnaires were mailed to 1,500 UIC staff members, and all 2,800 Medical Center staff were asked to complete questionnaires at a group administration site or by mail. The study was conducted for Roslyn Hoffman, Associate Vice Chancellor for Administrative Services. Project coordinator: Betty Simon. Ran September 1994­July 1995. Pending no. 9646.

751 COMMUNITY, CRIME, AND HEALTH ACROSS THE LIFE COURSE

Funded by the National Institute of Mental Health, this 4-year RDD study will focus on the way community context affects the health and well-being of individuals across the life course. In Year 1, 2,482 general public respondents were interviewed by CATI. They will be tracked by telephone in Years 2 and 3 and reinterviewed in Year 4. Principal investigators: Catherine Ross (Ohio State University) and Chester Britt (Pennsylvania State University); project coordinator: Lynn Hamilton. Started November 1994; ongoing as of November 1996. Pending no. 9604.

752 MEANS RESTRICTION SURVEY OF EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT PHYSICIANS AND NURSES (see also 757 in this volume)

In this telephone survey of 39 hospitals, emergency department physicians and nurses were asked about their knowledge of means restriction, a strategy for preventing teen suicide in which the most lethal means of committing suicide (e.g., firearms) are kept out of the hands of adolescents. Principal investigator: Markus Kruesi (UIC Institute for Juvenile Research); project coordinator: Andrew Montgomery. Ran January­July 1995. Pending no. 9675.

753 AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION SMOKING CESSATION STUDY

Sponsored by the American Medical Association (AMA), this study evaluated the effectiveness of its How to Quit smoking cessation program. A master list of 1,590 people who purchased the program was used for the initial sample. Five hundred seventy-three interviews were completed with original purchasers or someone in the original purchaser's household who had been given the program by the original purchaser. An additional 16 interviews were completed with network respondents generated from the original purchasers. Principal investigator: Robert Renaldi (AMA); project coordinator: Andrew Montgomery. Ran December 1995­July 1996. Pending no. 9663.

754 EVALUATION OF THE HEAD LIBRARIAN OF THE HEALTH SCIENCES LIBRARY

Evaluation of head of UIC unit--confidential. Ran January­May 1995. Project coordinator: Andrew Montgomery. Pending no. 9673.

755 COGNITIVE EXPERIMENTS ON LONG-TERM CARE

The National Institute on Aging funded this study of perceptions of long-term care. Eight focus groups (8­10 participants each) were conducted with African American and non-Hispanic white elderly persons of low and middle incomes in the Chicago area. A questionnaire was designed based on the findings from the focus groups, and 32 think-aloud interviews were conducted. Principal investigator: Baila Miller (Case Western Reserve University); project coordinator: Victoria Gwiasda. Ran January 1995­July 1996. Pending no. 9583.

756 PUBLIC OPINION SURVEY FOR UIC

This series of attitude surveys on public perceptions of UIC involved two methods of data collection with three groups in the Chicago area: RDD CATI interviews with 720 members of the general public and mail questionnaires completed by 324 high school guidance counselors and 110 prominent members of the Illinois business/civic community. The study was conducted for John Camper, UIC Associate Chancellor for Public Affairs. Project coordinators: Gloria Chapa-Resendez, Beth Severns, and Betty Simon. Ran February 1995­June 1996. Pending no. 9676.

757 MEANS RESTRICTION II (see also 752 in this volume)

This control-group study conducted in Detroit was designed to assess knowledge of means restriction, a suicide prevention strategy in which the most lethal means of committing suicide are kept out of the hands of adolescents. In each of two waves, a group of doctors and a group of nurses in emergency departments were interviewed, with new respondents being interviewed in each wave. These respondents did not receive the informational literature that the Chicago physicians and nurses in study 752 received in an experimental intervention. Interviews were completed with a total of 99 physicians and nurses. Principal investigator: Markus Kruesi (UIC Institute for Juvenile Research); project coordinator: Andrew Montgomery. Ran February­July 1995. Pending no. 9677.

758 FORTUNE 500 PERSONNEL RECORD PRACTICES

Questionnaires were mailed to the heads of personnel at 300 Fortune 500 companies to obtain information about their current personnel record-keeping practices and policies that relate to privacy, including the types of records kept (e.g., medical, criminal) and the kinds of employee monitoring that may be utilized (e.g., visual, telephone, e-mail). Principal investigator: David Linowes (Political Economy and Public Policy, UIUC); project coordinator: Diane O'Rourke. Ran March 1995­January 1996. Pending no. 9674.

759 WOMEN AND VIOLENCE II (see also 741 in this volume)

Sponsored by the Northwestern University Center for Urban Affairs and Policy Research, this study expands on work done in study 741. It focuses on the impact of domestic and street violence on the labor force participation and selected child rearing decisions of women living in the Belmont-Cragin area of Chicago. One hundred and fifty non-Hispanic white women were interviewed face-to-face. Principal investigator: Susan Lloyd (Northwestern University); project coordinator: Victoria Gwiasda. Ran April­November 1995. Pending no. 9684.

760 INCONTINENCE PILOT

This was a pilot for a National Institutes of Health­funded study of incontinence among Hispanic women, in which participants will be interviewed face-to-face on topics including family history, medical history, physical activity, fluid intake, and incontinence. They will then maintain a 2-week incontinence diary, and each will be asked to undergo a physical exam at a later date. In the pilot, 30 subjects kept diaries and were interviewed in either English or Spanish. Principal investigator: Dee Fenner (Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke's Medical Center); project coordinators: Andrew Montgomery and Gloria Chapa-Resendez. Ran April 1995­September 1996. Pending no. 9651.

761 FIRE DEPARTMENTS

The UIC College of Nursing funded this study of fire service musculoskeletal injuries. The study identified the 20 most strenuous job tasks of firefighters and paramedics as well as the frequency with which each is performed. Mail questionnaires were completed by 374 fire service personnel. Principal investigator: Karen Conrad (Public Health, Mental Health and Administrative Nursing, UIC); project coordinator: Lynn Hamilton. Ran May 1995­January 1996. Pending no. 9678.

762 WORK AND WELL-BEING

In this National Institutes of Health­funded study on work and well-being, mail questionnaires will be sent to approximately 5,000 UIC employees in two waves. Principal investigator: Judith Richman (UIC Psychiatry); project coordinator: Betty Simon. Started May 1995; ongoing as of November 1996. Pending no. 9619.

763 HEALTH CARE DECISION MAKING AMONG ELDERLY HISPANICS

This study was funded through a Shannon Award, given by the National Institutes of Health. SRL conducted 100 face-to-face interviews with elderly Hispanics in the Chicago area to examine ways in which they perceive and manage episodes of illness and how they choose among treatment alternatives, particularly how they decide whether or not to seek medical care. Principal investigator: Margo-Lea Hurwicz (University of Missouri­St. Louis); project coordinator: Gloria Chapa-Resendez. Ran July 1995­February 1996. Pending no. 9694.

764 CHA ANTI-DRUG INITIATIVES

Funded by the National Institute of Justice, this study is evaluating the Chicago Housing Authority's antidrug initiative. Four waves of face-to-face interviews were conducted with approximately 550 respondents per wave in three public housing developments. Six waves of in-depth interviews with staff members and 12 residents in each development were also conducted. Principal investigator: Susan Popkin (Abt Associates, Inc.); co­principal investigator and project coordinator: Victoria Gwiasda. Started July 1995; ongoing as of November 1996. Pending no. 9658.

765 CHA-HUD RESIDENT SATISFACTION SURVEY

SRL is a subcontractor to Abt Associates, Inc., for this study on Chicago Housing Authority (CHA) resident satisfaction and management needs, which is being funded by the Housing and Urban Development Department. Face-to-face interviews will be conducted with about 1,175 randomly selected residents living in CHA family housing, elderly housing, and row houses. Project coordinator: Victoria Gwiasda. Started August 1995; ongoing as of November 1996. Pending no. 9702.

766 SURVEY RESEARCH ON DRUG USE AND ASSOCIATED BEHAVIORS

With funding from the National Institute on Drug Abuse, 600 face-to-face cognitive interviews with residents of the Chicago metropolitan area will be conducted to evaluate the effectiveness of a cognitive interviewing strategy for the collection of self-reported drug use information. Principal investigators: Timothy Johnson, Michael Fendrich (UIC Psychiatry), and Seymour Sudman; project coordinator: Beth Severns. Started September 1995; ongoing as of November 1996. Pending no. 9641.

767 UIC EMPLOYEE EVALUATION STUDY

SRL conducted six focus groups with a total of 48 academic professionals and support staff at UIC to assess employee perceptions of its Employee Development Program, which was first implemented in the summer of 1995. Principal investigator: Allan Yamakawa (UIC Office of Human Resources Development); project coordinator: Beth Severns. Ran October 1995­January 1996. Pending no. 9704.

768 RYAN WHITE TITLE I HIV STUDY (see 775 in this volume)

With Chicago Department of Public Health funds, SRL used focus groups and consensus meetings to develop standard guidelines for 14 categories of service to be funded by Ryan White Title I monies. Work continued as study 775. Principal investigator: Nathan Linsk (Midwest AIDS Training and Education Center); co­principal investigator: Richard Warnecke; project coordinator: Gloria Chapa-Resendez. Ran October 1995­March 1996. Pending no. 9708.

769 NATIONAL BLACK LEADERSHIP INITIATIVE II

Under a subcontract with the Minority Health Professions Foundation, SRL will conduct RDD interviews nationally with 1,600 African Americans aged 40 and older (half with males and half with females) for the evaluation program of the National Black Leadership Initiative on Cancer (NBLIC), whose goal is to reduce the cancer mortality rate among African Americans by 25% by the year 2000. In 1999, a second telephone survey will be conducted to determine the effectiveness of NBLIC in disseminating information about cancer prevention. In addition, participant cards (brief surveys on knowledge of cancer prevention) will be distributed and collected at individual NBLIC coalitions at their events; a sample of respondents to these participant cards will also be interviewed by telephone in 1999. The project is funded by the National Institutes of Health and the National Cancer Institute. Principal investigator: Dr. Louis Sullivan (President, Morehouse School of Medicine); evaluation director: Richard Warnecke; project coordinator: Katherine Lind. Started October 1995; ongoing as of November 1996. Pending no. 9706.

770 BREAST CANCER RESEARCH PROGRAM (see also 729, etc., in this volume)

Using the same questionnaire as Project 2 of study 729, etc., 6-month follow-up CATI interviews will be conducted with women previously contacted by the AMC Cancer Research Center project staff to assess the effectiveness of calls encouraging them to get mammograms. Main data collection is expected to result in 830 completes. Funding is from the Department of Defense. Principal investigator: Lori Crane (AMC Cancer Research Center); co-investigator: Richard Warnecke; project coordinator: Betty Simon. Started December 1995; ongoing as of November 1996. Pending no. 9634.

771 LA SALLE­PERU CASE CONTROL SCREENING

SRL conducted CATI screening of 208 residents of La Salle­Peru, Illinois, to identify potential matches for a future face-to-face case control study on the effects of having worked in a local factory decades ago. SRL also assisted the client on this project in developing a face-to-face questionnaire and training field interviewers. Principal investigator: Victoria Persky (School of Public Health); project coordinator: Beth Severns. Ran December 1995­June 1996. Pending no. 9710.

772 ILLINOIS CAUCUS FOR ADOLESCENT HEALTH

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is funding this study to develop a questionnaire to collect data to provide an inventory of providers of teen pregnancy and pregnancy prevention services. F. G. Data Source trained Illinois Caucus for Adolescent Health (ICAH) staff to conduct focus groups with in- and out-of-school youth, parents of teenagers, and community members. SRL has developed a questionnaire that will be mailed to service providers in three Chicago neighborhoods. Principal investigator: Nancy Tartt (ICAH); project coordinator: Victoria Gwiasda. Ran December 1995­October 1996. Pending no. 9712.

773 NCI/CDC OUTREACH DEMONSTRATION PROJECT

SRL is conducting an evaluation of the contribution of outreach coordinators to this demonstration project, which is being piloted in Massachusetts, Arkansas, Illinois, and the state of Washington. The program seeks to increase participation of underserved women in its education and screening services. Outreach coordinators' ability to develop partnerships with local agencies reflective of the partnerships established at the federal and state levels will be evaluated. Interviews will be conducted with key individuals at each site through whom partnerships are formed and interventions initiated. Information will also be collected from data and reports that the Cancer Information Service and the National Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program provide to the National Cancer Institute. Principal investigator: Doris Garrett (Illinois Department of Public Health); evaluation director: Richard Warnecke; project coordinator: Jennifer Parsons. Started January 1996; ongoing as of November 1996. Pending no. 9703.

774 DCFS/DASA TREATMENT OUTCOME STUDY

In this study for Samuel Gillespie (Illinois Department of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse [DASA]), SRL will evaluate the effectiveness of a DASA/Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS)­enhanced drug rehabilitation program (the Initiative Program). Face-to-face interviews will be conducted with three groups of DCFS female clients, all of whom are to be randomly selected: 150 who participated in the Initiative Program, 150 who participated in the regular DASA drug rehabilitation program, and 150 who were screened and found to be eligible for the Initiative Program but who did not participate in it. Three-quarters of the interviews will be conducted in Chicago and the remainder in Rockford. Principal investigator: Timothy Johnson; project coordinator: Betty Simon. Started May 1996; ongoing as of November 1996. Pending no. 9715.

775 RYAN WHITE TITLE I HIV STUDY--YEAR 2 (see 768 in this volume)

Year 2 of study 768. With Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH) funds, SRL will use the results of client focus groups to develop client satisfaction measures to evaluate the standards (developed in study 768) for 14 categories of service to be funded by Ryan White Title I monies. SRL will also provide technical assistance in the implementation of evaluation techniques to improve services provided to people with HIV/AIDS. SRL will develop all 14 consumer surveys and pilot one of them. Focus groups with a follow-up mail survey of about 20 CDPH staff members and 71 service providers assessed the grants management process and the working relationship between the providers and the funder (the City of Chicago). Principal investigator: Richard Warnecke; co­principal investigator: Nathan Linsk (Midwest AIDS Training and Education Center); project coordinator: Gloria Chapa-Resendez. Started April 1996; ongoing as of November 1996. Pending no. 9731.

776 1996 OUTDOOR RECREATION STUDY (see also 553, 629, and 674 in Volume I and 693 in this volume)

This statewide survey of outdoor recreation is being sponsored by the Illinois Department of Conservation (IDOC). CATI interviews will be conducted with 1,000 Illinois adults, stratified by residence in the city of Chicago, the Chicago suburbs, and downstate Illinois to assess their participation in outdoor recreation in Illinois and elsewhere. Principal investigator: Marla Gursh (IDOC); project coordinator: Victoria Gwiasda. Started May 1996; ongoing as of November 1996. Pending no. 9630.

777 ADULT SUICIDE PREVENTION

This study involves two focus groups with mothers of youths seen in the emergency department of Riverside Hospital in Kankakee, Illinois, for attempted suicide. The study will test a theory of readiness and parent action in restricting the youths' access to firearms. Principal investigator: Janet Grossman (Inst. for Juvenile Research, UIC); project coordinator: Gloria Chapa-Resendez. Started July 1996; ongoing as of November 1996. Pending no. 9714.

778 HENRY HORNER REDEVELOPMENT STUDY

The MacArthur Foundation is funding this preliminary portion of an assessment of the Henry Horner economic redevelopment project. In the main study, to be conducted by Abt Associates, Inc., and SRL, Horner Homes residents will be interviewed at set intervals on what factors lead to project success and how the effort affects their family life. SRL will conduct three focus groups with residents and service providers and develop a questionnaire, which will be pretested face-to-face with 40 residents. Principal investigator: Victoria Gwiasda; project coordinator: Gloria Chapa-Resendez. Started July 1996; ongoing as of November 1996. Pending no. 9732.

779 SICKLE CELL DISEASE: MOVING FROM CHILD CARE TO

ADULT CARE

Focus groups will be conducted with adolescents and young adults with sickle cell disease and with their parents and medical practitioners on the experiences and concerns of people with the disease as they move from child-centered to adult-centered care. The results will be used to develop a transitional protocol to reduce the number of patients lost to follow-up in the transition to adult-centered care. The study is being funded by the Chicago Health Policy Research Council. Principal investigator and project coordinator: Elizabeth Hauser. Started August 1996; ongoing as of November 1996. No pending no.

780 MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE UTILIZATION AMONG ADOLESCENTS

This is the pilot for a proposed study to evaluate the validity of mental health service use information provided by parents about their children. It will allow the development of clearer hypotheses about salience of reporting-validity issues in services research and about the cognitive processes associated with service use reporting error. A sample of 200 cases will be selected for telephone interviews and medical records abstraction. Principal investigators: Michael Fendrich and Catherine Nageotte (both of UIC's Department of Psychiatry) and Timothy Johnson; project coordinator: Lynn Hamilton. Started August 1996; ongoing as of November 1996. Pending no. 9719.

781 PILOT SURVEY OF FEMALE VETERANS

A convenience sample of 200 female veterans seen at a Veterans Affairs clinic will be interviewed face-to-face on whether their mental and physical health needs were met and on the quality of service. Work on this pilot study began this summer and will continue through December. Principal investigator: Linda Grossman (Program for Mental Health Services Research on Women and Gender, UIC Psychiatric Institute); project coordinator: Elizabeth Severns. Started August 1996; ongoing as of November 1996. Pending no. 9728.

782 SURVEY OF PHARMACEUTICAL, MEDICAL DEVICE, AND BIOTECHNICAL ORGANIZATIONS

This study is being conducted with funds from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Questionnaires will be mailed to medical device, pharmaceutical, and biotechnical companies to assess the extent of their research and development projects and the long-term implications of those projects. Principal investigator: Burt Weisbrod (Department of Economics, Northwestern University); project coordinator: Diane O'Rourke. Started September 1996; ongoing as of November 1996. Pending no. 9734.

799 Third year of CCSP: Community Interventions for Cancer Prevention (see 599, etc., in Volume I and 899, etc., and 1199, etc., in this volume)

829 Second year of CIS Program Project--Survey Core (see 729, etc., in this volume)

830 Eighth wave of Panel on Consumer Decision Processes (see 030, etc., in Volume I)

839 Fifth wave of Study to Determine Flooding Characteristics of Selected Drainage Areas Within the Chicagoland Underflow Plan Area (see 439, etc., in Volume I)

845 Eighth wave of Chicago Married Couples Panel (see 145, etc., in Volume I)
 
899/999/
1099
COMMUNITY INTERVENTIONS FOR CANCER PREVENTION-- CONTINUATION (see also 599, etc., in Volume I and 1199, etc., in this volume) 

This program project, with Richard B. Warnecke as principal investigator
and director, extends a project that began in July 1986 (see 599/699/799)
with funding from the National Cancer Institute. The project, which
consisted of four studies designed to test various public health strategies for
reaching large numbers of the population, investigated the public's response
to a televised smoking cessation intervention. The core was a common
evaluation format that required intensive interviewing both before and
immediately after the televised segments were broadcast in March­April
1987 on Channel 7 ABC in Chicago. Components of this continuation
included a fifth wave of postintervention interviews, a series of focus groups
to explore ways to motivate and mobilize continuing smokers to participate
in cessation programs, and a cross-sectional telephone survey of smokers in
the general population. Principal investigator: Richard Warnecke; project
coordinator: Karen Corrigan. Extended from 599/699/799 July 1989;
extended to 1199/1299/1399/1499 June 1992. Pending no. 9379.

929 Third year of CIS Program Project--Survey Core (see 729, etc., in this volume)

930 Ninth wave of Panel on Consumer Decision Processes (see 030, etc., in Volume I)

939 Sixth wave of Study to Determine Flooding Characteristics of Selected Drainage Areas Within the Chicagoland Underflow Plan Area (see 439, etc., in Volume I)

945 Ninth wave of Chicago Married Couples Panel (see 145, etc., in Volume I)

999 Second year of Community Interventions for Cancer Prevention-- Continuation (see also 599, etc., in Volume I and 1199, etc., in this volume)

1029 Fourth year of CIS Program Project--Survey Core (see 729, etc., in this volume)

1030 Tenth wave of Panel on Consumer Decision Processes (see 030, etc., in Volume I)

1039 Seventh wave of Study to Determine Flooding Characteristics of Selected Drainage Areas Within the Chicagoland Underflow Plan Area (see 439, etc., in Volume I)

1045 Tenth wave of Chicago Married Couples Panel (see 145, etc., in Volume I)

1099 Third year of Community Interventions for Cancer Prevention--Continuation (see also 599, etc., in Volume I and 1199, etc., in this volume)

1130 Eleventh wave of Panel on Consumer Decision Processes (see 030, etc., in Volume I)

1139 Eighth wave of Study to Determine Flooding Characteristics of Selected Drainage Areas Within the Chicagoland Underflow Plan Area (see 439, etc., in Volume I)

1145 Eleventh wave of Chicago Married Couples Panel (see 145, etc., in Volume I)
 
1199/
1299/
1399/
1499
STRATEGIES FOR SMOKING CESSATION AMONG LOW- EDUCATED WOMEN (see also 599, etc., in Volume I and 899, etc., and 774 in this volume) 

This program project for the National Cancer Institute seeks to develop and
evaluate a public health intervention that can be delivered by television and
in clinics that will promote smoking cessation among female smokers with a
high school or less education. It consists of three research studies and three
supporting cores. In all projects, subjects are being followed up at 6-month
intervals. In Project 1, a motivation-building registration component was
delivered via 6 weeks of televised programming in October and November
1993; women who called to receive a quit manual as part of this intervention
were sampled and called by SRL (registration panel; N = 1,589). Baseline
RDD CATI interviews were also conducted with 1,515 Chicago area women
smokers aged 18 or older with a high school education or less in the summer
of 1993 (population panel). The intervention took place in November 1993;
in December 1993, postintervention CATI interviews were completed with
1,287 registrants and 722 respondents from the population panel. 
Reinterviews took place at 6 months (1,069 registration panel and 606
population panel respondents), 12 months (742 registration and 455
population), 18 months (788 registration and 460 population), and 24
months (743 registration and 438 population). Project 2 studies ways to
help women who have quit maintain abstinence; it was conducted primarily
at the Prevention Research Center. The clinic-based component of the study
(Program Project 3) is a quasi-experimental design to assess the
effectiveness of a physician-centered intervention involving female smokers
who go to Chicago area public health clinics. Twelve pairs of clinics were
randomized into an intervention or a control condition. Women are
interviewed at 1, 6, 12, and 18 months from their date of recruitment in the
clinic to assess their exposure to the intervention and success with changing
smoking behaviors. Program project principal investigator, Leadership and
Administration Core principal investigator, Evaluation and Statistics Core
principal investigator, and Project 1 principal investigator: Richard
Warnecke; Communication core principal investigator: Dee Burton (School
of Public Health); Project 2 principal investigator: Robin Mermelstein
(Prevention Research Center); Project 3 principal investigator: Clara
Manfredi (Prevention Research Center); project coordinator: Jennifer
Parsons. Continues 899/999/1099. Extended from 899/999/1099 June
1992; ongoing as of November 1996. Pending no. 9539.

1230 Twelfth wave of Panel on Consumer Decision Processes (see 030, etc., in Volume I)

1245 Twelfth wave of Chicago Married Couples Panel (see 145, etc., in Volume I)

1299 Second year of Strategies for Smoking Cessation Among Low-Educated Women (see also 599, etc., in Volume I and 899, etc., in this volume)

1330 Thirteenth wave of Panel on Consumer Decision Processes (see 030, etc., in Volume I)

1399 Third year of Strategies for Smoking Cessation Among Low-Educated Women (see also 599, etc., in Volume I and 899, etc., in this volume)

1430 Fourteenth wave of Panel on Consumer Decision Processes (see 030, etc., in Volume I)

1499 Fourth year of Strategies for Smoking Cessation Among Low-Educated Women (see also 599, etc., in Volume I and 899, etc., in this volume)

1530 Fifteenth wave of Panel on Consumer Decision Processes (see 030, etc., in Volume I)

1630 Sixteenth wave of Panel on Consumer Decision Processes (see 030, etc., in Volume I)

1730 Seventeenth wave of Panel on Consumer Decision Processes (see 030, etc., in Volume I)

1830 Eighteenth wave of Panel on Consumer Decision Processes (see 030, etc., in Volume I)

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041
042
043 087 Needs and Projects of Urbana Department Heads
044 093 Computers Users Survey
045 098 Illini Union Facilities
046 092 Rural Mobility Study
047 091 Sociology Practicum III
048 Comprehensive Student Finance
049 103 Market Segmentation Methodology
050 099 Rural Development Study
051 096 Prefabricated Material in Military Construction
052 Direct Mail Marketing Attitudes
053 095 Detentional Facilities Study
054 101 Housing Research and Development
055 097 Closed Circuit T.V. in Detention Facilities
056 100 Family Size Economics
057 Drug Education
058 Statewide Survey of Adolescence
059 Peoria Public Services
060 Comprehensive Study of Hearing Problems of the Aged
061 Chicago Housing Inventory
062 Feed Grain Marketing
063
064 102 Tehran Data
065 Illinois State Fair Study
066
067 114 Fish and Wildlife Management Areas
9068 160 ISP Client Satisfaction
069 Measurement of Store Images
070 105 North Shore Health Care
071 107 Environmental Quality Study
072
073 108 Army Personnel Housing Preferences
074 106 Community Attitudes Toward Discipline in Schools
075 112 Recreational Long Range Planning, II
076 Survey on Illinois Pharmacists
077 109 Landscape Preferences
078 111 Racial Attitudes Study
079 Public Expectations Toward Higher Education
080 113 Danville and Vermillion County Recreation Study
081 Student Wives and Married Female Students
082 128 Citizens' Attitudes on Environmental Problems in the State of Illinois
083 Community Attitudes Toward Criminal Justice in Peoria
084
085 136 Class and Student Employment Study
086 118 Wood Residues
087 Magnavox Employees
088 Finances of Veterinarians
089 165 Student Reports of Family Income
090 Study of Swine Dysentery
091 119 Census Diary Experiments
092 135 Medical Diary Study, HEW
093 Census Up-Dating for Chicago
094 116 Decatur Water Supply Study
095 128 Environment--Solid Wastes
096 122, 123 Sociology Practicum, Chicago IIIA and IIIB
097 129 Secondary School Home Economics Teachers in Illinois
098 121 Army Volunteer Study
099 Environmental Education Study
9100 Impact of a Medical Education Program on a Community
9101 Evaluation of Teaching at UIU
9102 134 Illinois Conservation Department--(Recreation Suppliers)
9103 4001 Planned Parenthood Trainee Workshop
9104
9105 124 Environmental Action--Public Officials Survey
9106
9107 120 Manpower in Communications
9108 147 Urbana Sociology Practicum II
9109 131 Proprietary Drug Use
9110 Social Services and Nutrition for the Aged
9111 167 "Project Walk" Evaluation
9112 Illinois in Foreign Trade
9113 125 Academic Calendar Preferences, UICC
9114 186 Asian-Americans in Chicago
9115 Manpower in Public Services
9116 Heart Facilities in Chicago Area Hospitals
9117 Sample of Elderly in DuPage County
9118 Study of Social Stress in Chicago SMSA
9119 139 Retiree Benefits
9120 Real Estate Brokers
9121 133 Attitudes Toward Cancer Prevention
9122 Evaluation of an Educational TV Project
9123 152 Transit Security Study
9124 138 Communications Study
9125 153 Characteristics of College Seniors
9126 Chicago Tribune Census Data
9127 Study of Absentee Forest-Land Owners
9128 142 Tri-Service Housing Study
9129 American Soldier Attitudes
9130 140 Occupational Coding Study
9131 Interracial Adoption
9132 Building Plans for 1850 School Districts
9133 148 Workshop for Legislature Staff Members
9134 143 Waterfowl Opinions in Illinois
9135 New Modes of Transportation
9136 Interviewer Profile
9137 Survey of AAA Journal Readers
9138 156 Scandinavian Immigrants
9139 Political Attitudes of Participation of Precinct Captains and Committeemen in Chicago
9140 Auto Accident Survey
9141 149 Mental Health Survey
9142 164 Sociology Practicum IV
9143 159 Chicago-Orleans Housing
9144 151 Perception of U. of I.
9145 Sample Reproduction
9146 158 Evaluation of Junior Colleges in Illinois
9147 180 South Holland Education
9148 154 Sickle Cell Disease
9149 Student Attitudes Toward Graduation Ceremony
9150 Public T.V. in the Chicago Area
9151 169 Jackson County Offender Profile
9152 State of Alabama Offender Profile
9153 Technical Assistance in Design of Correctional System Surveys
9154 157 Tabs of Open-Ended Responses on Tri-Service Housing Survey
9155 Need for County Nursing Home
9156 173 Consumer Behavior Research Literature
9157 161 Parents' Attitudes on Desegregation of Elementary Schools
9158 204 Survey of Industrialized Builders
9159 162 Survey of the Alumni of Business College
9160 Social and Economic Effects of Welfare Payments
9161 Occupational Reporting Reliability and Validity
9162 Survey of Mazda Owners
9163 163 Medical Center Recreation Facilities
9164 185 Widowhood Support Systems
9165 170 Army Personnel Housing II
9166 174 Chicago Campus Extended Day Sessions
9167 Teli-Communications Study
9168 Minority Graduate Students
9169 Effect of Endorsements and Testimonials in T.V. Advertising
9170 Public Attitudes Toward Business
9171 178 O.S.P.I.
9172 166 Omaha Nebraska Human Service Agencies
9173 171 Tabs of Open-Ended Responses on Army Personnel Housing Study
9174 182 D.O.D. Family Housing Tabulations
9175 Deception in Advertising
9176 168 Paper Users Methodology
9177
9178 177 Hypertension Study
9179 176 Program Serving Latin Americans
9180 175 Construction Engineers Questionnaire
9181 Vocational Education for Handicapped High School Students
9182 172 Municipal Water Quality
9183 Hiring Practices
9184 Elmhurst Community Attitudes on Schools
9185 181 Evaluation of Public Service TV Ads
9186 192 Sociology Practicum (Urbana)
9187 Consumer Education Leaders
9188 Public Knowledge of Emergency Medical Services
9189 Inmate Job Placement
9190 Study of University President's Wives
9191 Costs of Crime
9192 Use of National Assessment of Educational Progress Reports (N.A.E.P.)
9193 183 Webster Grove Mo. Revisited
9194 Preventive Dentistry
9195 Senior Citizens Survey
9196 Urban School Governance
9197
9198
9199 203 Joint SRL-NORC-NSF Methodology
9200 Jefferson County Health Planning
9201 Evaluation of Attendance at U of I Senate
9202 Latin American Data Sets
9203 184 Human Service Agencies and Unified Court Systems
9204 195 Sociology Practicum V--Chicago Circle
9205
9206
9207 193 Sangamon Valley Farmers
9208 Day Care Centers
9209 Evaluation of Glaucoma Screening Program
9210 187 U.I.C.C. Dropouts
9211 Jr. College Students Panel Study
9212 197 Recreation Areas
9213 207 Entering Students--Berkeley California
9214 191 U. of I. Employees' Attitudes About Jobs and U. of I.
9215 Drug Abuse Programs
9216 5417 Computer-Assisted Instruction
9217 Housing and Neighborhood
9218 190 Service School Evaluation
9219 279 Women in Work
9220 Use of Innovative Materials in School
9221 National Assoc. of Purchasing Members (N.A.P.M. Members)
9222 UICC Extension Courses Study (Former and Current Students)
9223 Wilmette Commercial Renewal
9224 189 Urban Population Density
9225 Parental Income Data From Revenue Department
9226 213 General Public Attitudes Towards "Criminal Justice System in Chicago S.M.S.A."
9227 Further Evaluation of Public Service T.V. Ads
9228
9229 Attitudes About Alcoholism
9230 Cook County Physicians
9231 UICC Affirmative Action
9232 205 Attitudes Toward Traffic Safety
9233 196 Oklahoma Offender Characteristics
9234 Correlates of Drug Use
9235 Drug Use on Campus--Replication
9236 200 Energy Use in Urbana
9237 209 Sickle Cell Center Survey
9238 217 County Prosecutors
9239 199 Attitudes Toward UI Entertainment
9240 Professional Development Study of Therapeutic Recreation
9241 Women Graduates in Professional
9242 5455 Camp Ground Survey
9243 198 Secondary School Health Teachers
9244 212 High Rise Buildings
9245 202 1972­73 Consumer Expenditure Evaluation
9246 224 Sociology Practicum, Fall 1974 (Deinstitutionalization)
9247 201 Paternity Cases
9248 Death Registration and Chronic Diseases
9249 University of Illinois Roommates
9250
9251 248 Health Information Retrieval and Archiving System (HIRAS)
9252 210 Study of Illinois Lawyers
9253 206 Occupational Scaling
9254 Statewide Amalgam
9255 208 Army Reservoir Study
9256
9257 229 Attitudes About Desegregated Schools
9258 Black Residential Choices
9259 239 Stockholder Motivation
9260 4004 Environmental and Land Use Controls
9261 Child Raising
9262 Preschool Census
9263 Coder Characteristics
9264 Cost of Improved Water Quality
9265 249 Public Knowledge and Use of Trauma Center Services
9266
9267 Effects of Advertising
9268 Disaggregate Travel Data
9269 Leisure Patterns and Interests in Belleville, Ill.
9270 Transnational Activities of Illinois People and Organizations
9271
9272 216 Racial Identification With TV Programs
9273
9274
9275 Auditors and Auditors' Innovative Techniques
9276 Quality of Life in Illinois
9277 215 Service Fee Study
9278 221 Hypertension Followup
9279 CPA's in Illinois
9280 National Survey of 1976 College Graduates
9281 218 Older Citizens in Chicago
9282 214 Fertility Models
9283 Effects of Drugs on Children's Behavior in School
9284 219 Evaluation of Dialysis Workshop
9285 7013 Nursing Students Survey
9286 225 Attitudes Toward the UI--1975
9287 Food Stamps Study
9288 302 CTA Phase II
9289 Elderly Hearing Disorders
9290 5544, 233 Hospital Speech Pathology Services
9291 220 Dept. of Children and Family Services (DCFS) Foster Home Children
9292 Patient Care Information Systems
9293 250 Health Diaries, Phase II
9294 228 Nevada Inmate Survey
9295 220 Children in Institutions
9296 State of Illinois Energy Conservation
9297 Library Jobs
9298 255 Nursing Doctorates
9299 234 Progress Reports on Low Incidence Handicapped Children Programs
9300 251 Wind Energy Conversion Systems (Windmills)
9301 218 Older Citizens of Chicago--Main Study
9302 "As Is" Family Housing
9303 Ambulatory Care Facilities
9304 231 Sangamon Valley Followup
9305 Juvenile Courts Survey
9306 Public Defenders
9307 242 Adult Education in Northwest Illinois
9308 Computerized Student Selection for Whitney Young H.S.
9309 249 Public Knowledge of Emergency Medical Services
9310 243 Sickle Cell Workshops
9311 C.L.A.&S. TV Evaluation
9312 263 Criminal Conspiracy Study
9313 Statewide School Sample
9314 Social Environments Conducive to Conservation of Energy
9315 Evaluation of Cancer Information Dissemination and Analysis Ctr. (C.I.D.A.C.)
9316 246 Analysis of Data on Aging
9317 Product Failure Survey
9318 Transportation Demand Validation
9319 Library Affirmative Action and Compensation Study
9320 240 Middle-Income Retirement Housing
9321 252 Community Reaction to Military Noise
9322 4H Programs in Health
9323 BOQ Opinion and Preference Survey
9324 Influence of Financial Aid on Educational Persistence
9325 Student Attitudes Toward McKinley Health Center
9326
9327 Study of Internship Programs
9328 Capitol Complex Development Survey
9329 Dialysis Consumer Needs Assessment
9330 Dialysis Consumer Diaries
9331 7042 Duplication of Peoria/Decatur Panel
9332 State Library Usage
9333 253 Wholistic Health Centers
9334 Electrical Energy Users
9335 290 Coal Gasification
9336 Career Interest Tests
9337 Study of the Aged
9338 Pre-Treatment Counseling
9339 Research Skills Assessment
9340 Issues of Civil Liberties
9341 262 Township Highway Commissioners
9342 Political Opinions--Methodological Study
9343 Water Pollution Survey
9344 Diagnostic Auto Center Study
9345 258 Champaign County Public Health
9346 Illinois National Programs for Women and Children
9347 Study of Human Experimentation Committees
9348 257 Residential Services for Developmentally Handicapped
9349 Industry Privacy Study
9350 281 Mobility Limitations--Transportation Services (CTA)
9351 Environmental Quality
9352 Omnibus Telephone Survey
9353 Improved Energy Efficiency in Industry
9354 Computer-Assisted Dissemination of Consumer Behavior Information
9355 Transportation in Champaign/Urbana
9356 270 Labor Market Analysis in Champaign, Iroquois and Piatt Cty.
9357 273 Community Values in Champaign County
9358 Women in the Labor Market
9359 319 Survey of Needs for Cancer Information in Illinois
9360 Third-Party Payers for Psychiatric Care
9361 Pilots' Voluntary Reporting System
9362 261 Handball Courts in Champaign/Urbana
9363 Hospital Data
9364 265 Mobile Intensive Care--E.M.S.
9365 Automated Guidance Systems
9366 272 Apprenticeship Applications
9367 266 Barium and Water Supply (West Dundee and McHenry, IL)
9368 268 Coal Conservation
9369 277 Kennedy-King College
9370 267 American Issues Forum
9371 Foot Morbidity
9372 7084 Model School District
9373 Evaluation Design
9374 271 Criminal Justice Data Needs
9375 Carle Park Sewer Project
9376 Criminal Justice Model in Illinois--Evaluation
9377 Legal Advertising
9378 Medical Residencies
9379 Model Cities Grantee Program
9380 276 Minority Student Programs at UICC
9381 275 Vermilion County Revisited
9382 Public Employee Retirement Systems
9383 282 Standard Audit Report
9384 Community Attitudes in Blue Mound
9385 274 Agricultural Non-Point Sources of Pollution
9386 Funding Status of Public Employee Retirement Systems in US
9387 278 Attitudes Toward Clothing Care
9388 Household Energy Consumption
9389 294 Symphony and Theater Attendance
9390 280 Deceptive Advertising
9391 Continuing Educational Needs of Engineers in NW Illinois
9392 285 Relationships Between Primary Care, Characteristics, and Patient Outcome
9393 Illinois State Lottery
9394 Health Status of Solid Waste Collectors
9395 Public Usage of Recreation Facilities at UIU
9396 300 Comprehensive Cancer Data System
9397 Non-Users of Public Transit System
9398 286 Unemployed-Underemployed in Four Counties
9399 288 Career Development in Higher Education
9400 Asian American Library Needs
9401 Household Expenditures in Low Income Population
9402 Communication Program for the Arts
9403 Leukemia Victims' Families
9404 292 Evaluation of Legal Services Clinic of So. Shore Area
9405 Land Use Policies for Energy Conservation
9406 295 Attitudes Toward Natural Areas
9407 283 Market Potential of Services of an Information Analysis Ctr.
9408 291 Urban to Rural Mobility
9409 Divorces--Consumer Panel Members
9410 Assessing Quality of Care by Nurse Practitioners and Doctors
9411 Manpower Planning Councils
9412 Aerosol Effluents
9413 Paraprofessional Interviewers
9414 Family Health Interview Survey Analysis
9415 284 Communication Program Monthly Reports
9416 Outdoor Recreation Opportunities in Illinois
9417 Recreation Forecasting
9418 Oak Park Land Youth Study
9419 Campus Safety Association Study
9420 Male and Female Differences in Flying Skills
9421 289 Noise Awareness, Phase II
9422 Neighborhood Organization and Participation
9423 324 Study of Intergenerational Differences
9424 317 Housecare Needs in Medically Underserved Areas
9425 311 Social Networks of Elderly
9426 Theory of User Attitudes Toward Transportation Systems
9427 Degree Recipients Study
9428 Insurance Company Redlining
9429 Institutionalizing Developmentally Disabled Children
9430 Journal of Consumer Research
9431 Attitudes Affecting Corn Sales
9432 Social Stress, II
9433 Designing a Master Sample
9434 293 Educational Needs--Part Time College Students and Adult Population of IL
9435 Attitudes Toward Champaign Police Officers
9436 Pizza Delivery Systems
9437 Reactions to Crime
9438 327 Sex Role Attitudes
9439 296 Gun Ownership
9440 297 River Forest Mental Health Committee
9441 325 Community Dynamics, Social Competence and Alcoholism
9442 Battered Women
9443 Tucson Recreation
9444 Recreational Water Quality
9445 Planning for Solar Access
9446 Community Resource Development
9447 299 Marketing Practices in the Sale of Used Cars
9448 301 U.I. Women Clerical Workers
9449 National Demographic Survey of Population of Afghanistan
9450 Neighborhood Preservation and Revitalization
9451 316 Chicago Housing Needs of the Handicapped
9452 Survey of Public Library on Health Information
9453 Physician Recruiting in Geneseo, Illinois
9454 312 Client Satisfaction/Visiting Nurses
9455 Mailing Date and Questionnaire Response
9456 Consumer Decision-Making
9457 362 Library Affirmative Action
9458 Joint NSF-NORC Methodology
9459 Foreign Trained Physicians in the United States
9460 Entering U. of I. Graduate Students
9461 Integrated Housing in America
9462 Ethical and Social Issues Associated With Scientific and Technological Developments
9463 Characteristics of Willard Airport Users
9464 315 Windmill Owners
9465 Knowledge of Wind Energy
9466 309 Quality of Life by Area of Residence
9467 Training and Employment Experience Project
9468 Baseline Survey for Hypertension Control Program
9469 Travel Energy Usage for Selective Members of the Labor Force
9470 308 The Treasures of Tutankhamun Exhibition Visitor Survey (King Tut)
9471 Household Appliance Survey
9472 310 Barium Project
9473 313 Analysis of Affirmative Action Data
9474 Parental Influence on Racial Attitudes of Young Children
9475 314 Minority Businesses
9476 Conference of Health Data Users and Providers
9477 318 Valuation of Selected Wealth Components
9478 Civil Rights Issues
9479 School District 149
9480 Christopher House--Community Needs Survey
9481 Income Methodology
9482 Psychological and Counseling Center at UIU
9483 A National Survey and Selected Study of Prison Inmate Organizations
9484 Skokie Youth Needs Survey
9485 329 Health Survey Methods Conference
9486 Trophoblastis Disease (see also 9620)
9487 Vocational Program Standards in Illinois
9488 The Burnham Corridor Project
9489 Champaign County Consumer Confidence
9490 Patronage of Decatur Department Stores--Subcontract
9491 Dissemination of Clinical Trials Results
9492 Accessibility to Adoption Records
9493 Community Evaluation
9494 Rate of Fluid Consumption Among General Public and Certain Occupational Groups
9495 Richland Community College
9496 Effectiveness of F.D.A. Consumer Affairs Officers
9497 323 Ridership Survey
9498 Police Training Students
9499 Interdisciplinary Cooperation in Primary Care
9500 Surveillance of Cancer Death in an Urban Industrial Area
9501 Media Usage of Chicago Residents
9502 322 Personal Mobility and Criminal Victimization
9503 Nursing Role in Post Hospital Referral for Home Care
9504 Equine Respiratory Disease Study
9505 321 Housing Neighborhoods and Families, Sociology Practicum, Spring 1978
9506 Art Program Needs Assessment
9507 1978 U of I Grads
9508 Professional Journal Submission and Publication Process
9509 Student Drinking Problems
9510 334 Aging Service Needs and Attitudes Toward Employment
9511 359 Investigate the Differences Between Professional Schools and Accounting Dept. Graduates
9512 331 Transportation Services for Elderly in Illinois
9513 Rural Roads and Bridges
9514 Effects of Introductions on Respondents
9515 Recoding I.B.H.E. (293) Data
9516 333 Import and Domestic Prices
9517 Transportation Study in Peoria, Illinois
9518 Mobile Intensive Care EMS
9519 326 BEAT Representative Program Household Survey
9520 Food Habits
9521 College Student Diets
9522 Race Relations
9523 337 School Evaluation Data
9524 339 Analysis of the Earnings Employment and Impact of Immigrants
9525 Indiana Adult Education
9526 Self-Actualization Study
9527 340 Attitudes Toward Camping
9528 328 Wilderness Users Panel Study
9529 338 Space Needs in Alberta (Canada) Prisons
9530 Symphony Theater Followup
9531 Program Evaluation and Client Satisfaction
9532 332 Pseudo Rabies in Swine
9533 Monthly O.I.C. Reports
9534 361 Program Development for Part Time Faculty of Community Colleges in Illinois
9535 Continuing Education--Community Service
9536 386 A Longitudinal Study of the Innovation Process in the Food Processing Sector
9537 354 Training of Small Agency Probation Officers
9538 Teenage Contraception
9539 335 Illinois Minor Crop Pesticide Assessment Study
9540 Clinical Trial Evaluation
9541 342 Study of Pension Plans
9542 348 Public Image of the University of Illinois
9543 336 Working Women Diary
9544 382 Generic Drug Prescription Costs
9545 367 Assessments of Education Activities in Illinois
9546 Ex Hospital Patients in Danville, IL
9547 341 Regional Adult Education Service Center Assessment
9548 Primary Health Care Cooperation East Central Illinois
9549 O'Fallon School Dist. Survey
9550 343 Improvements of Interviewing in SSA Claims Processes
9551 Generalate Feasibility
9552 Recent Migration to Mississippi
9553 347 Mental Health Needs Assessment
9554 Farmer's Attitudes Toward Innovation
9555 2-Year Library Science Program
9556 350 Privacy Survey
9557 Teachers' Attitudes Toward Unions
9558 344 Social Networks of the Aged
9559 Technological Developments in the Consumer Field
9560 Library Professionals
9561 346 U of I Residence Halls
9562 Alternative Education Programs
9563 Radiologists' Method of Compensation
9564 Motivation for Migration and Fertility
9565 349 Census Promotion Evaluation
9566 Environmental Judicial Policy
9567 College Student Snacking Patterns
9568 352 Membership Priority
9569 Circuit Court Judges
9570 365 Employment of Undocumented Aliens
9571 Elderly Seeking Training
9572 Behavioral Changes in Later Years
9573 Alternative Methodologies for Fishing and Hunting Survey
9574 Cancer Information Service Evaluation
9575 376 Impact of Immigrants on Unemployment
9576 351 Sociology Practicum--1979
9577 NORC Survey of College Grads, 6th Wave
9578 South-Western Illinois Water Quality
9579 Interests of Chicago's Children
9580 7182 Illinois Nursing Association Membership Attitudes Toward Continuing Education
9581 Coordination of Hypertension Control
9582 393 Health Diaries III (Comparison of Alternative Diary Panel Procedures for Collecting Health Data)
9583 1980 Chicago Housing Study
9584 Geographical Distribution of Cancers in Illinois
9585 Use of Cook County Forest Preserves
9586 355 BWCA Users
9587 The Electric Meter Study
9588 Inoculation of Chicago School Children
9589 353 Senior Citizens Reduced Fare Program Evaluation
9590 Nebraska Panel Follow-up
9591 Form Processing
9592 Adult Vocational Education
9593 358 Mid Life Career Change
9594 Cancer Education and Evaluation
9595 357 Public Broadcasting in Illinois
9596 373 Nutritional Assessment
9597 360 Travel Destinations of CTA Riders
9598 394 Beliefs About Social Stratification
9599 364 Adaptations to Crime in Chicago Metropolitan Area
9600 Community Energy Efficiency
9601 368 Economics of the Horse Industry in Illinois
9602 363 Industrialized Builders Survey III
9603 Perception of CPA's
9604 American Hospital Administrators
9605 Use of Nonfiction Materials in Elementary Education
9606 Human Response to Air Blast
9607 Library Information Needs of Minority Graduate Students
9608 South Shore Municipal Security Project
9609 Info System on Elderly Workers
9610 Women's Use of Credit
9611 Pacific Northwest Utility Usage
9612 Volunteer Work and Job Re-Entry
9613 TMJ Research
9614 The Deviance Process and the Transition to Junior High School
9615 Census Promotion Monitoring
9616 Audience Survey Models
9617 375 Effects of Changes in Food Stamp Program
9618
9619 370 Executive Development Programs
9620 Trophoblastic Disease (see also 9486)
9621 Industrial Residential Neighborhoods Project
9622 378 Disability Experience Under Private Pension Plans
9623 Children's Immunization Study
9624 371 and 372 Study of Fair Employment Practices Commission
9625 374 Near North Chicago Life Styles
9626 Community Banks
9627 Employment Programs for Youth
9628 1980 Census Evaluation
9629 NCTE Ex-Member Study
9630 Study of Faculty Collective Bargaining
9631 Utility Co: Use of Computerized Customer Service Systems
9632 Response to Vehicle Recall Notifications
9633 377 Cost of Cancer Care
9634 Social, Environmental and Public Service Accounting
9635 Political Networks
9636 383 Elderly Volunteer Interviewing
9637 Energy Use Plans and Expectations
9638 380 Net Worth Research Center Proposal
9639 Natural Gas Producers Price Expectations
9640 379 Life Insurance Evaluation
9641 405 Cancer Information Needs--Extension
9642 Sample Survey of Organizations
9643 392 Operation Ranch Hand Training
9644 "Self Care" Practices and Attitudes
9645 Earnings and Benefits Statement Evaluations
9646 Psychological Mediators of Event Impact
9647 381 Head and Neck Cancer Network Monograph
9648 East Urbana Energy Study #2
9649 Survey of Union Local Presidents
9650 391 University of Illinois Faculty Attitudes Towards Teaching Extension Courses
9651 Selections of School Principals
9652 Prison Survey--Data Processing
9653 385 Attitudes Towards Air Pollution
9654 Consumer Awareness and Recall of Automotive Advertising
9655 384 Bell System Managers
9656 Privacy II
9657 Development of Technics for Analysis for Purpose of Organizations
9658 Health Message Testing Service (HMTS) Pretests
9659 National Survey of Public Library Users
9660 Neighborhood Safety Follow-up
9661 Smoking Methodology
9662 398 Produce Buyer Survey
9663 403 Second International Mathematics Study
9664 395 Company Forecasting Procedures
9665 388 Family Size and Later Kin Contacts, "Pilot Study"
9666 University Administrator Information Needs
9667 389 1980 Sociology Practicum
9668 390 Married Couples Relationship Survey
9669 Health Effects of Ozone and Other Photo Chemical Oxidants in Chicago Area
9670 3070 Study of South Chicago Adult Learners
9671 410 Employee and Employer Characteristics
9672 R.T.O.G. Data Processing
9673 Recent Russian, Jewish Immigrants
9674 387 Illinois Research Readership Study
9675 Cultural Adjustments on Recent Immigrants USA
9676 Effects of Herbicide Exposure on Vietnam Veterans
9677 Upper Mississippi River Basin Comm. Study
9678 Demonstration Project on Home Care Nursing for Cancer Patients
9679 Attitudes Toward Environmental Issues
9680 Correctional Facilities Site Selection Impact
9681 Low Level Waste Disposal
9682 Attitudes of Jr. High and High School Students and Parents Toward Sex Education
9683 Physician-Hospital Relations
9684 Utilities Usage of Large Commercial Firms
9685 Survey of Nursing Issues
9686 396 Valuation of a Small Business
9687 Cancer Cause and Prevention Insurance Research
9688 Government Scholars Program
9689 Rehab Beds Needs Assessment
9690 Study of Extent of Impairment and Potential Social Security Disability Insurance Eligibles
9691 National Crime Survey (Data Collection) Strategies
9692 Economic Education
9693 Needs of Elderly for Community Care
9694 U of I Faculty Achievement Survey
9695 Impact of Program Designed to Improve the Teaching of Adults
9696 Evaluation of CETA on the Job Training Program
9697 Inflation Effects on Families
9698 Internal Medicine Manpower
9699 National Jail Registry
9700 399 Determining Growth Rate for AT&T Stock
9701 Food Waste
9702 Public Opinion on McHenry Hospital
9703 Recent, Elderly In-Migrants to Mississippi
9704 Long Term Care
9705 400 Operation and Maintenance Services Military Post
9706 402 Panel Study of Wilderness Users
9707 506 National Employment
9708 Occupational Health Risk of Illinois Oncology Nurses and Hospital Pharmacists
9709 401 Coding, Keypunching and Cleaning Application Forms
9710 LASA Membership, Mailing List and Roster
9711 Evaluation of Health Promotion and Stress Management Strategies
9712 Working Conditions of Mexican-American Immigrant Women
9713 434 Decatur Airport Noise
9714 Residential Fuelwood Demand
9715 Oncology Nursing Consultation Services
9716 Faculty Accomplishments
9717 Attitudes Toward Grievance Mediation
9718 Community Support Program Client Follow-up
9719 Career Problems of Teachers
9720 Evaluation of American Hospital Association Services
9721 Generic Special Education
9722 409 Elementary Ed. Curriculum Program
9723 Agricultural Marketing in Under Developed Countries
9724 404 Physician Satisfaction of Method of Compensation
9725 406 Urban Parks and Recreation Recovery
9726 Illinois Recreation Data Bank
9727 Unreported Income of Informal Suppliers
9728 Perspectives of Aging by the Aged
9729 Use of Urbana Park District
9730 Feasibility of Occupational Health Services in Private Industries
9731 407 Housing Operations Management System
9732 Chicago Community Hospital Oncology Study
9733 415 Circle Research Board
9734 Jewish Federation Metropolitan Population Study
9735 Illinois Guaranteed Loan Programs Study
9736 Adolescent Life Style Study
9737 Improving Residential Transportation Study
9738 Urban Retrenchment Strategies
9739 463 Effects of the Methods of City Council Elections
9740
9741 Factors Influencing Army Officers and ROTC Cadet Retention
9742 418 Survey of Republican Committee Men in Illinois
9743 Department of Aging
9744 Human Settlement and the Spatial Quality of life
9745 C.S.W.E.P. Update
9746 419 Elderly Patient Satisfaction
9747 421 Highway Data II
9748 MTD Ridership Survey
9749 Health Knowledge and Practices of 9th Graders
9750 Estimating Visitor Expenditures at Illinois Department of Conservation
9751 Urban to Rural Mobility--an Update
9752 Follow-up of Preschool Children
9753 416 Sociology Practicum
9754 Awareness of Seismic Threat
9755 Attitudinal Risk Factors in Alcohol Abuse
9756 Bus Driver Characteristics
9757 RN Tardive Dyskinesia Identification
9758 Effects of Patient Package Inserts on Patient Interaction With Physicians and Pharmacies
9759 Fish Marketing in the Midwest
9760 Gardner-Denver Cases
9761 417 Job Satisfaction of Community College Faculty
9762 Authority or Democracy
9763 448 Illinois State Bar Association Survey II
9764 Operating Results Study--Retail Floor Covering Institute
9765 Tenure Problems of Minority Faculty
9766 Economic Baseline Data-National Capital Region
9767 422 CERL Environmental Impact Study
9768 420 AT&T Follow-up
9769 Cardiovascular Disease Community Surveillance Study
9770 Political Implications of Migration
9771 Financial Burden of High Cost Illness
9772 423 Human Response to Artillery Blast Noise
9773 The Roll and Impact of Police Collective Bargaining
9774 Graduate Nursing Expectations
9775 Employee Health Coverage Choices
9776 Energy Attitudes and Usage of Illinois Residents
9777 Executives' Opinions on Current Economic Issues
9778 The Role of Private Counsel in Indigent Defense
9779 The Chicago Central Business District Pedestrian Survey
9780 Reproductive Hazards in the Work Place
9781 Comparison of Middle Aging Japanese and American Bank Officers
9782 492 Nursing Research Activity in Midwest
9783 Evaluation of Regional Perinatal Program
9784 Attitudes Toward Obesity
9785 General Business Inventory
9786 Families With Retarded Offspring--Follow up Study
9787 Southeast Asian Refugee Self-Sufficiency Study
9788 440 Illinois Adult Learners III
9789 Peri-Natal Registry
9790 Herbicide Exposure Case-Control Study
9791 440 Health Information and Evaluation
9792 Cost of Catastrophic Illness
9793 431 Consumer Tipping Practices
9794 Midwest Nursing Education
9795 450 State Omnibus
9796 Operation ABLE Data Base
9797 (ManPower Survey) Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons
9798 Information Disclosure and Decision-Making in Physician-Patient Relationship
9799 Residential Child Care
9800 Feasibility Study of New Television Rating Systems
9801 Chicago Senior Citizens Need Assessment
9802 428 Survey of Elderly Home Owners
9803 Illinois Farm Family Research Panel
9804 441 Data Base Management for Decision Making Process in Dept. of Children and Family Services
9805 426 CIES Evaluation
9806 Geranium Preferences
9807 Chicago Heart Health Curriculum Program--2A
9808 453 Chicago Heart Health Curriculum Program--2B
9809 439 Basement Flooding Survey
9810 News Gazette Readership Survey
9811 451 Community Assessment System
9812
9813 National Survey of Public Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices Related to Cancer (Phase I)
9814 436 Public Aid Client-Employee Relations
9815 486 Traffic Safety
9816 Willmette Community Survey
9817 YMCA Program Survey Phase I
9818 YMCA Program Survey Phase II
9819 Perspectives on Aging
9820 Survey of CETA Clients
9821 Use of Cable TV for Health Education
9822 Consumer Decision Processes
9823 429 Panel Study of Wilderness Users
9824 Tracing Individuals for Environmental Epidemiologic Studies in Cancer
9825 438 Follow up Study of Consolidation of Operations and Maintenance Services
9826 446 Information Needs of Agriculture-Related Industry
9827 Impact of NIH Consensus Development Program
9828 435 The Role of Dental Hygienists in Providing Dental Health Care
9829 442 Growth Estimates for People's Energy
9830 437 Research Board Proposal for Panel Analysis
9831 470 Estimates of Social Network Size
9832 Discrimination Claims
9833 Illinois Park and Recreation Issues
9834 482 A Case Control Study of the Relationship Between Cholecystectomy and Subsite Colon Cancer
9835 Telephone and Personal Interview, Methods in Epidemiological Research
9836 444 Sociology Practicum
9837 Graduates of Illinois Aerospace Institute
9838 Sexual Behavior of Unmarried Christian Adults
9839 Retail Development Study
9840 Agricultural Land Preservations
9841 Survey of a Southwest Side Neighborhood
9842 Roads and Streets Evaluation
9843 USDA Consulting--4H Program Evaluation
9844 449 Flexitime Work Schedules
9845 452 Home Care vs Institutional Care
9846 443 A Study of Meat Packers, Processors and Retailers
9847 Cancer Control Resource Unit (CLRU)
9848 Minneapolis Community Crime Prevention Experiment
9849
9850
9851 U of I Hospital Employee Survey
9852 U of I Hospital Patient Survey
9853 Homewood-Flossmoor Park District Study
9854 Physics Publications Data Base Management
9855 Adoption of Technological Innovation
9856 Organization Development Study
9857 455 One Stop Services--Reimbursable Support Staffing
9858 Archaeological Site File Data Base
9859 454 Erosion and Sediment Control on Illinois Farmland
9860 Basement Flooding Survey of Apartments
9861 Occupational Health Services
9862 458 Buyers and Sellers of Real Estate Main Study
9863 465 Illinois Forest Owners
9864 Basement Flooding Survey of Office Buildings
9865 457 Cervical Cancer Study
9866 500 Study of Impact of Budget Cuts on Low Income Households
9867 Army Telephone Survey
9868 Local Crime Forecasting
9869 461 Pesticide Usage Study
9870 Economical Conditions of Government
9871 Cervical Cancer Study
9872
9873 462 Purchase Review Consulting
9874 460 Hospital Discharge Study
9875 467 Handicapped Children Study
9876 Evaluation of Paxton Service Area
9877 Social Demographic Features of the "Information Productive Society" who Uses Computers
9878 Peoples Energy--II
9879 Sociology Practicum 1983--Citizen Based Indicators of Crime
9880 Food Habits of Special Population
9881 NPD Panel Evaluation
9882 Risk of Large Bowel Cancer Among Hispanic's in Chicago
9883 485 Comapring Single and Two Parent Families
9884
9885 Beverage Choice Project
9886 Labor Force Status Transition and Migration
9887 IDPH Annual Survey
9888 Study of Family Violence
9889 Evaluation of Crime Prevention Programs in Chicago
9890 Nationwide Survey of Aging Veterans
9891 Determination of the Supply of and Requirements for Public/Community Health Personnel
9892 472 Business School Faculty
9893 Needs Assessment Survey
9894 Cooperative Extension Workshop
9895 501 Illinois Poll 2
9896 Job Satisfaction Among University Librarians
9897 487 Economic Adjustment of Immigrants, 1970­1980
9898
9899 Needs Assessment of College English Departments
9900 466 Highways III
9901
9902
9903 468 AT&T--4
9904 Army Food Peference Survey
9905 479 Glenview Park District Survey
9906 Children's Smoking Intervention
9907 Life Insurance II
9908 Self-Care Practices and Attitudes in the U.S.
9909 Marketing Practices of Illinois Farmers
9910 469 Membership Survey of American Medical Records Assoc.
9911 USDA CATI Development
9912 Dual Career Couples
9913 473 The Effects of the Types of Insurance Coverage on Worker Absenteeism
9914
9915 496 Attitudes Toward health and Self-Care
9916 Biomedical Epidemiology of High Blood Pressure
9917 Impact of State Governemnt Programs on High Technology
9918 471 Food Consumption Survey
9919 Army Reserve Unit Market Potential Study
9920 Role Study of Hospitals Chief Executive Officers
9921 483 Footwear Study
9922 474 Krannert Center Market Research
9923 Developing a Data Base of Community Service Agencies in Chicago
9924 Conservation Study
9925 National Survey of Public Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices Related to Cancer
9926 475 AT&T 5­8
9927 Orientations of Pregnancy Counselors Toward Adoption
9928 Day Care Study
9929 Work Satisfaction
9930 Will-Grundy County Health Survey
9931 Reaganomics
9932 Transportation Services in Four Major Cities
9933 Ogle County Community Assessment Survey
9934 574 An Evaluation of Network Sampling in Crime and Victimization Surveys
9935 AFSCME (Am Fed'n of State, County and Municip Employees)
9936
9937 Rare Tumor Study
9938 512 Work Power
9939 Vet Med Data Base
9940 Project Peoria
9941 Residential Conservation Service Evaluation
9942 City Officials
9943 Loan Officers' Charactersitics
9944 491 Capacity of VOTEC Tranining Programs
9945 The Costs and Consequences of Cancer
9946 476 Water Demand Study
9947 Labor Health Care Survey
9948 Membership Needs Assessment Survey
9949 478 AMA Real Estate Survey
9950 521 State of Illinois Election Contributions
9951 Work Incentives Experiments Data Base
9952
9953 Black/White Differences in Cancer Patient Survival
9954 Consequences of Housing Decisions
9955 Seasonal Migraiton of the Elderly
9956 480 Community Assessment in Hammond
9957 Epidemiology of Scoliosis
9958 Aging Study
9959 Public Atittudes Toward Tax-Financed Social Services
9960 481 Knowledge and Attitudes of Nutrition Among Men in C-U Area
9961 489 Pre-Schoolers in Houston, TX
9962 Barriers to and Incentives for Purchasing Owner-Occupied Housing
9963 484 Public Perceptions of the Criminal Justice System
9964 Humanistically-Oriented Computer System
9965 Improved Methods for Collecting Social Network Data
9966 488 Wilderness Panel III
9967 CHA SIR Conversion
9968 493 Bus Design Performance Study
9969 Flat Plate Glass Association Membership
9970 Deep Tunnel Project
9971 UI Faculty Evaluation of Library
9972 Cardiovascular Risk Tracking Survey
9973 490 Basement Flooding in Multiple Family Dwellings
9974 Elections Systems Review
9975 Generic Proposals
9976 Commonwealth Edison Customer Survey
9977 516 Evaluation of Undergraduate Programs in Public Nursing
9978 American Dental Hygienists Association
9979
9980 CPI Rental Equivalency Sample Design
9981 495 Economic and Lifestyle Motives of Small-Scale Farmers
9982 DCFS Attitude Survey
9983 494 Public Aid--II
9984 509 Ill. Groundwater Monitoring Network
9985 Customer Geographic Origin
9986 Small Business Innovation
9987 Internal Auditor Ass'n Survey
9988
9989
9990 Salary Equity
9991 498 School Evalaution VI
9992
9993 Adoption Practices
9994 Tracking Study of Illinois Voters
9995 Auto Workers' Perceptions of Health Benefits
9996 Taxpayer Perceptions of IRS
9997
9998
9999 Assessment of Post-Secondary programs for Handicapped Students
B Series

9000
9001 Highway Commission Survey
9002 Medicaid HMOs
9003 504 Hispanic Purchasing Patterns
9004 Survey of Primary Care Physicians in Illinois Regarding Practices and Attitudes About Mammography
9005 Effects of Maternal Phenylketonuria (PKU) on Pregnancy Outcome
9006
9007
9008
9009 User Satisfaction With Chicago Circle Center
9010 Effect of Reaganomics on Matermal and Well-Baby Care
9011
9012
9013
9014 Divorced Couples
9015
9016 503 Enhancing the Diffusion of No-Till Farming
9017 499 Faculty and Staff Interest in the Illini HMO
9018 497 Peoples Energy 3
9019 502 Contingency Predictions of Homeowner Behavior
9020
9021 Work Experiences of Patients With Rheumatoid Arthritis
9022 515 Vendor Distributor Relationship
9023 Illegal Alien Population of U.S.
9024
9025 FTC--Games of Chance
9026 Evaluation of ABLE's Care Training Program
9027 Tribune Poll
9028 Phase III Trial of a Low Fat Diet in Women With Stage II Breast Cancer
9029 580 CPA Exam Requirements
9030 Post Hospital Census
9031 517 Wilderness Area Users Panel
9032 National Aging Study
9033 Nursing Research Activity in the Midwest--Main Study
9034 511 American Dental Assistants Association Membership Survey
9035 National Consumer Panel Study
9036 NLS Design
9037 The Day after
9038 Attitudes Toward Women and Work
9039 A Survey of Futures and Options Traders
9040 Housing Information for the Elderly
9041
9042 Political Attitudes of American Jews
9043 576 Evaluation of PDQ Information System
9044 Methodology on Estimating Homeless
9045 Survey of Developmental Disabilities Service Providers
9046
9047 507 Perceptions of Health Care Providers
9048 513 1984 Sociology Practicum
9049 Pediatricians' Computer Use
9050 Manpower Survey of Dental Hygienists
9051
9052 Aging and Intergenerational Relations in Farm Families--Pilot Study
9053 Aging and Intergenerational Relations in Farm Families--Main Study
9054 Sexual Behavior of Unmarried Christian Adults
9055 Cost of Equity Capital to AT&T and Regional Holding Companies
9056 Rural Illinois Survey
9057 Educational Interests and Needs of Pharmacists
9058 Local Issues Survey
9059 Consulting for the Latino Institute
9060 Student Attitudes Toward Small Businesses
9061 Aerobic Fitness and Hospital Employee Absenteeism
9062 514 Daily Illini Readership Survey
9063
9064 547 Illinois Poll--1984
9065 Health Status Measures
9066 Decision Making Process of Choosing Health Care Providers
9067 Human/Animal Interactions
9068 Radio Listenership Study
9069 College of Medicine--Applicants Survey
9070 Cable Radio WYOU
9071 523 Public Perceptions of the Great Lakes Area
9072 LAS Undergraduate Advising
9073 518 Tracking Survey
9074 Elderly Patient Use of the Health Care System--A Case-Control Study
9075 Naperville Drug Usage Quest.
9076 Baltimore County Dept. of Aging
9077 519 Travenol Interviews
9078 Driver Survey of Low-Speed, Bumper-Involved Collisions
9079 526 Cost of Banning Phosphorus in Detergents (Pilot Study)
9080 527 Evaluation of Land-Grant Agricultural Schools
9081 522 Survey of Agricultural and Food Leaders About Future Public Policy
9082 557 Handicapped Children II
9083 Union Bargaining Concessions
9084 Survey of Inmate Collective Action
9085 546 Patient Compliance Study
9086 565 Epidemiologic Master Agreement Order
9087 Sport Fishing Survey
9088 Trends in Public Knowledge and Attitudes Toward Occupant Systems
9089 2242 National Survey of Clinical Ed. Physical Therapists
9090 520 Nonacademic Employee Food Service Quest
9091 559 Health Behavior Study (II)
9092 Research Interests of Oncology Nurses
9093 585 Attitudes of General Public Toward Attorney Specialization
9094 Attitudes Toward Police and Courts, Am. Bar Foundation
9095 Cost Effectiveness of Pace Maker Therapy
9096 541 Vocational and Technical Education VII
9097
9098 533 Army Vehicle Maintenance
9099 Smoking Cessation Clinics
9100
9101 524 Assessing the Use of Dept of Labor Statistics
9102 534 Physicians' Reactions to Malpractice Suits
9103 Community Care Alternative to Nursing Homes
9104 Collective Bargaining at U. of Wisconsin
9105 Survey of State Licensure Directors
9106 525 Conservation Tillage Survey, Coop. Ext. Service
9107 Survey of Mental Health in Colorado
9108 532 Study to Determine Undergraduate Interest in Student Housing
9109 Field Museum Survey
9110 3245 Bank Images in Champaign-Urbana
9111 Adoption Decision Survey
9112 Dolomite Use
9113 A Study of Public Health Nursing
9114 Analyis of the Supply of Long-Term Care Services
9115 Health Care in Illinois
9116 536 Drunken Driving
9117 528 Eating Habits of the Aged in Illinois
9118 Mercy Satisfaction
9119 Study of Prenatal Care
9120 Credit Union Magazine Study
9121 567 Manufacturing Energy Consumption Survey
9122 535 Army Firing Range
9123 Capture-Recapture Methodology on the Homeless
9124 549 An Evaluation of Electronic Mail
9125 540 Survey of Current Library Technology
9126 543 Smoking Intervention Evaluation
9127 Community Mental Health Survey, Oak Park
9128 537 Residency Program in Community Pharmacy
9129 544 Annual Survey of Chicago Public Schools
9130 563 Furniture Acquisition of Rural Illinois Families
9131 Beliefs About Social Stratification II--Follow-up to Study 394
9132 Mental Health in Social Context
9133 Attitudes Towards Age Discrimination
9134 Negotiation of Role Autonomy by School Nurse
9135 Effects of Malpractice Litigation on Physicians
9136 Law School Alumni
9137 Capture-Recapture at Shopping and Recreational Areas
9138 Medical Group Managers Survey
9139 Graduate Management Programs
9140 Marketing Program Evaluation
9141 542 Central Illinois Health Care Perceptions
9142 Elderly Residence Alternatives
9143 Farm Marketing Services
9144 Cancer Patient Followup
9145 572 New Networks Methods Proposal
9146 Army Housing Satisfaction
9147 538 Motivation for Providing Continuing Education Instruction
9148 550 Network Survey of Medical Costs
9149 Technical Information Transfer
9150 Library Needs Assessment
9151 Perceptions by Banks of Small Businesses
9152 553 Illinois Outdoor Recreation
9153 569 Faculty-Staff Development
9154 Political Tolerance and Freedom
9155 568 Occupational and Environmental Exposure
9156
9157 Physician-Patient Relationships and Malpractice
9158 Ethical Values in Forensic Science
9159 554 Suburban Bus Non-Users
9160 Legislative Project
9161 571 Resident Illegal Aliens
9162 548 SRO Resident Study
9163 Development of Obesity in Young Black and White Females
9164 561 Survey Component for Seat Belt/Child Safety Seat Usage
9165 Current Patterns and Future Considerations of Clinical Education in Physical Therapy Education
9166 Cognitive Aspects of Survey Methodology
9167 Public Attitudes Toward the News Media
9168 Perceptions of the Champaign Public Library
9169 556 Wilderness Area Users Panel
9170 Symptoms and Side Effects of Medication
9171 555 Great Lakes Region Land Ownership Study
9172 552 Marketing of the U of I at Chicago
9173 Job Satisfaction of Ag Professionals
9174 593 Clothing and Apparel Marketing
9175 UIC Hospital Survey
9176 DRG/PPS (Diagnostic-Related Groups/Prospective Payment System)
9177 558 Cost Estimates for Smoking Cessation Cotinine Verification
9178 566 Cost Estimates for Cook County Hospital Smoking Intervention
9179 560 American Dietetic Assn Survey
9180 562 Support Needs of the U of I Faculty
9181 603 Epidemiologic Investigation of Rare Reproductive Cancers
9182 Gender, Power, and Well-Being
9183 Breast Cancer Prevention
9184 Continuity of Care for Spinal Cord Injury Patients
9185 586 1986 RWJ National Health Care Survey
9186 Marine Providers
9187 Public Knowledgte of Energy and National Resources
9188 Carle Life Care Program
9189 Nursing Doctoral Needs Assessment
9190 573 Long Term Health Care
9191
9192 Champaign Coutny Mental Health Needs
9193 Forestry Education Programs in Illinois
9194 570 Rockford Municipal Needs
9195 Continuing Education and Public Services at UIC
9196 Ethnic Differences in Lifestyle
9197 Blue Book Survey
9198 599/699/ Smoking and Diet Intervention
799
9199 575 Patient Satisfaction
9200 Perceptions of Sickle Cell Disease
9201 Medicaid HMO
9202 Colo-Rectal Screening Evaluation
9203 Employers Study
9204 578 Advertising Followup
9205 581 Carle Care Subscriber Satisfaction/New Member HMO
9206 613 Womens Knowledge and Attitude Toward Osteoporosis
9207 Champaign Public Health Study
9208 605 Kansas City Health Study
9209 579 Seat Belt Usage
9210 598 Bachelor of Nursing
9211 Needs of the Elderly in Albany, New York
9212 Western Open Impact Assessment
9213 Research on Labor Contracts Negotiated for Registered Nurses
9214 Survey of Care Givers
9215 582 Carle Care Subscriber Satisfaction, New Members/Terminators
9216 589 President Scholar Program
9217 587 Death Certificate Study
9218 583 IHIA Needs Assessment
9219 Survey of Minority Students at Health Science Center
9220 592 AMRA 1986 Membership Survey
9221 Sport Programs Surveys
9222 Needs Assessment for Cook County Elderly
9223 American Dietetic Assoc.
9224 584 Accreditation of Dental Hygiene Education Program
9225 Stressful Life Events
9226 1986 Membership Survey Osteopathic Society
9227 Chicago Area Apparel Company Survey
9228 Health Care Finance Study
9229 594 Carle Clinic Patient Satisfaction
9230 -- Illinois Poll 1986
9231 601 Tipping Practices 1985
9232 Cancer Mortality Report Revisions
9233 588 National Access to Health Care Survey--Part II
9234 591 Survey of Illinois Businesses
9235 602 Missing Children
9236 Urbana Park District Study
9237 682 Crippled Children Survey
9238 606 Survey of Public Attitudes and Perceptions Regarding AIDS
9239 Police Social Work Project
9240 Survey of Hospice Program
9241 604 Army Installation Computer Software
9242 596 Aged Housing Needs
9243 Dental Hygienist Practices Occupational Hazards
9244 595 Public Perceptions of Registered Nurses
9245 Adams Co. Rural Families
9246 Kansas City Drug Abuse Prevention Survey
9247 American Cancer Society--Unproven Methods
9248 Herpes Clinical Trials
9249 611 Patient Post-Hospitalization Study
9250 Careers of Employees of University Presses
9251 Georgetown Residents
9252 597 Middle-Management Retraining Survey
9253 Human Factors Professionals
9254 CHAS Health Insurance Survey
9255 Library User Study
9256 600 Consumer Decision Making Follow-up
9257 Public Perceptions of the State Police
9258 HMO Evaluation Study
9259 SP Environment and Health Survey
9260 Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Survey
9261 Rochester Delinquency Panel
9262 Snacking Behavior and Sodium Intake
9263 SP? Continuing Education Survey
9264 627 Elementary and Secondary Teachers Survey
9265 609 State Population Knowledge and Attitudes Regarding AIDS
9266 Perceptions of Drug Use
9267 619/719 Cervical Cancer Prevention and Control Demonstration Project, Chicago
9268 Physicians Knowledge of AIDS
9269 Active Life Expectancy
9270 Young Suburban Housewives Revisited
9271 Job Satisfaction of Physical Plant Employees
9272 607 Health Care Perceptions
9273 Import and Domestic Prices
9274 615 CarleCare Subscribers
9275 Exercise and Well-Being
9276 Cigarette Consumption in Illinois
9277 608 President's Award Program Students
9278 American Association Collegiate Registers and Admissions Officers
9279 620 Study of Maternal and Child Health in Chicago
9280
9281 616 Carle Clinic Patient Satisfaction III
9282 617 Citizens Opinions About Maine Township
9283 612 Follow-up Privacy Study
9284 624 Probability Samples of Organizations and Their Hierarchies
9285 Primary Care in Cook County
9286 Needs Assessment of SW Chicago Community for Medical Clinic
9287 Educational Services Survey of Senior Citizens
9288 Follow-up Survey of Veterans' Demand for Care
9289 633 Information Seeking Behavior of Cancer Patients
9290 Blood Donors
9291 610 Study of Advertising in Yellow Pages
9292 Food Service Management
9293 621 Cancer Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices
9294 National Study of the Incidence of Missing Children
9295 Smoking Intervention in the Workplace
9296 State Wide Survey of Tobacco Education in Jr. High
9297 614 Consumer Opinions on Telephone Directories in Charleston-Mattoon
9298 Reproductive Outcomes in Oncology Nurses
9299 Evaluation of Academic Staff Employment Termination at UIC
9300 Profile of Immigrants Legalization Status
9301 Community Library Use
9302 Prevalence of Diabetes Among Hispanics
9303 618 Study of Potential PACE Users
9304 Social Scale Measurement Study
9305 Women's Studies Programs
9306 Compulsive Buyers Study--Control Group
9307
9308 637 Assessment of Implementation and Impact of CCOP-- Phase II
9309 629 Illinois Outdoor Recreation Survey
9310
9311 Express Bus Service Survey
9312 Danville Toxic Waste
9313 Illinois Drainage District
9314
9315
9316 Developmentally Disabled Needs Assessment
9317 625 State Government Response to AIDS
9318 Elderly Life Activities
9319 622 Survey of Attitudes Toward Standard Auditor's Report
9320 623 Hazardous Household Waste I
9321 Chicago AIDS: Year 2
9322 National Veterinary Needs Assessment Study
9323 High School Panel
9324 626 Downstate Health Care Perceptions
9325 Securities Commodities Case Information
9326 632 Carle Emergency Room Evaluation
9327 628 Chicago Student Housing Survey
9328 Hospital Price Sensitivity
9329 Intergenerational Relationship Among Farm Families
9330 631 Household Hazardous Waste II
9331 Sequential Smoking Cessation Pilot Study
9332 UIC Student Attrition
9333 Will Market Survey
9334 656, 694 Cancer Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices Among Black Women (face-to-face portion)
9335 Medical Service Growth in Champaign County
9336 United Way Marketing Survey
9337 Retirement Planning Survey
9338 JTPA Employment Study
9339 Needs Assessment of Visually Impaired Elderly
9340 Evaluation of Indiana Blue Cross and Blue Shield Health Risk Inventory
9341 Post Hospital Validation
9342 Champaign Resident Pride Study
9343 Community Service Orders: Perceptions of Probationers and Host Agencies
9344 Needs Assessment for School System
9345 Criminal Justice Graduate Survey
9346 Stop Smoking by Cablevision
9347 647 Carle Clinic Patient Satisfaction
9348 648 Health Care Perceptions
9349 646 Carle Care Subscribers
9350 American Suburban Homes, 1956­1987
9351 634 Pesticide Usage Among Illinois Farmers
9352 Medical Practices for Major Neonatal Problems
9353 643 Elementary and Secondary School Arts Programs
9354 635 U of I Bookstore
9355 Migration Expectations and Actual Behavior
9356 AIDS and Public Health Officials: National
9357 Family Economics
9358 Alzheimer's Disease Leadership Award
9359 642 Medical School Dean Evaluation
9360 636 Faculty Staff Current Travel Behavior
9361 675 Cooperative Pharmacy Manpower Information Study
9362 Productivity Institute Surveys
9363 National Estimate of Network Size
9364 Gender Roles and Spouse Caregiver Status
9365 641 Parkland College District Needs Assessment
9366 Psychological Determinants of Political Judgments
9367 Spina Bifida Survey
9368 640 Evaluation of Dean of UI College of Nursing
9369 District Attorney's Business Survey
9370 657 C-U Convention Bureau
9371 Citizen's Survey
9372 665 Cognitive Aspects of Proxy Reporting in Survey Research
9373 Florida Workmen's Compensation
9374 Citizen's Survey
9375 Citizen's Survey
9376 SP Future of NCTE
9377 638 Volunteer Activities in Champaign County
9378 655 Cancer Prevention Master Agreement
9379 899/999/ Smoking Program Project Continuation
1099
9380 Study of Campus Women
9381 644 Student Parking Survey
9382 Board of Safety Professionals
9383 Teenage Mother and Child Abuse
9384 Hospital Risk Factor Evaluation
9385
9386 Evaluation Cohort Survey for Commit
9387 649 Waste Disposal
9388
9389
9390 702 Developmental Research in Special Populations (see also 9612)
9391 668 Health Behavior and Adherence in Hypertension
9392 Survey of Lawson Residents
9393 698 Youth AIDS Prevention
9394 Public Aid Employment Survey
9395 Physician Administered Smoking Cessation
9396 653 Campus Poll
9397 650 Rural Quality of Life
9398 BLS Methodology Projects
9399 Ciba Geigy
9400 Nat'l Survey to Monitor Adolescent Behavior
9401 652 NRC Human Factors Proposal
9402 Psychological and Behavioral Considerations in Implementing Recycling Programs
9403 679 Families Receiving Case Management Services
9404 Climate Factors in Elderly Migration
9405 Depression in Women
9406 Consumer Panel
9407 Univ. of Illinois Students' Knowledge, Attitudes, and Behaviors About AIDS
9408 American Medical Assoc. Physicians Survey
9409 Attitudes Toward Mental Illness
9410 SP Hazardous Waste Drop Day
9411 666 National Data Base on Organizations
9412 HMO Perceptions
9413 National Teachers Survey
9414 683 Illinois Farmers Survey (see also 9504)
9415 St. Mary's Hospital Community Image Survey
9416 Use of Condoms to Prevent AIDS
9417 AIDS Provider Clinical Issues Assessment Survey
9418 Employer Sanctions Impact Study: Chicago
9419 Wilderness Fires
9420 Post Office Study for MFI
9421 Breast Cancer in Women Under the Age of 45
9422 661 Parental Planning for Handicapped Children
9423 Perceptions of the Needs of the Elderly
9424 659 Attitudes Toward the Elderly
9425 643 add-on Music Education
9426 Primary Health Care Usage in Rural Illinois
9427 663 Elderly Residents of Subsidized Housing
9428 Organizational Key Informant Study
9429 COMMIT Endpoint
9430 Etiology of Drug Use and Abuse
9431 The Relationship of Smoking and Ectopic Pregnancy
9432 658 Illinois Tourism
9433 National Registry of Dentists' Positions--Feasibility Study
9434 Small Business Advertising Use
9435 Worksite, School-Worksite and Religious Organizations Surveys for Community Intervention Trial for Smoking Cessation
9436 Family Decision Making Over the Life Cycle: Implications for Retirement
9437 660 Foreign Visitors to UIUC Campus
9438 Medical Care Utilization Among the Elderly
9439 Campus Poll, 89­90
9440 Hospital Marketing
9441 688 Gender, Power, and Well-Being
9442 662 AMRA 1989 Membership Survey
9443 676 Illinois Firefighter Training
9444 Hospital Corporate Executives
9445 Carle Smoking Cessation
9446 Alcohol Beverage Warning Labels
9447 Commercial Sector Recycling
9448 Carle Health Care Perceptions
9449 --672 Carle Care Membership Satisfaction
9450 Carle Clinic Patient Satisfaction
9451 Carle Emergency Room Satisfaction
9452 Link Clinic Perceptions
9453 Carle Image Study
9454 National Productivity Survey
9455 General Population Survey AIDS Risk
9456 Values in Institutions Survey
9457 Graduate College Survey
9458 Illinois Activity Survey
9459 Images of Nursing
9460 664 Financial Condition Workshop Evaluation
9461 Long Term Care Home Needs: Houston
9462 Industry Espionage
9463 Small Business Data Base
9464 Professional Organizations Membership Survey
9465 667 Community Wide Survey: Lake Forest
9466 Fighting Back
9467 Illinois Railbanking
9468 671 Epidemiologic Study of Benign Anorectal Disease
9469 Illinois Brokerage Program
9470 674 1989 Illinois Outdoor Recreation
9471 669 Running Shoes Survey
9472 New 1989 Vehicle Owner's Study
9473 670 News Gazette Opinion Survey
9474 Human Development and Criminal Behavior
9475 Medicaid Health Care
9476 Women in Science and Engineering
9477 Patient Outcome Study
9478 Economic and Political Justice
9479 673 CHA--Consulting Service Project
9480 Quality of Hospital Care Evaluation
9481 Health Effects of ANDS on Nurses
9482 Impact of Birth Defects Notices
9483 National Osteoporosis Risk
9484 Planning for Aging
9485 677 Financial Choice Study
9486 Study of Benign Anorectal Disorders (BAD)
9487 746 Aging Status and the Sense of Control
9488 SP Attitudes Toward the Death Penalty
9489 Emotional and Image Basis of Racial Attitudes
9490 689 Experimental Study of Racial Attitudes
9491 UIUC Summer School
9492 Total Knee Replacement--Pretest
9493 Dietetic Intervention in a Hispanic Community
9494 American Diabetic Association
9495 686, 691, Illinois Drug and Alcohol Abuse Survey
723
9496 Employee Benefits Study
9497 SP Intramural Recreation Study
9498 Public Health Approaches to Breast and Cervical Screening
9499 Landscape Architects Study
9500 678 Industrial Distributors
9501 Illinois Bell Work at Home Study
9502 681 Quick Copy Survey
9503 680 AANA Survey
9504 683 Farmers in Illinois--Drainage Districts (see also 9414)
9505 684 Grad. Medical Education Evaluation
9506 Female Architecture Students
9507 Real Estate Brokerage Council, Membership Survey
9508 Behavior Adherence in Hypertension
9509 Alumni Retirement Home
9510 Marital Interaction Study
9511 Staff Development Workshop Evaluation
9512 687 Field Test of a Drugged Driving Survey Methodology
9513 Research and Development Labs in Illinois
9514 708 IDOT Elderly Driver Survey
9515 685 Grant Hospital Employees
9516 VIC Student Drug Prevention Study
9517 Lincoln Park Users Survey
9518 Epidemiology of Scleroderma
9519 Urbana Industry
9520 Statewide Drugged Driving Survey
9521 Carle Services
9522 Survey of the Chicago Metropolitan Area
9523 UIC Freshman Class Survey
9524 Cognitive Aspects of Organizational Reporting
9525 U of I Nursing Interest
9526 Urbana Nonacademic Personnel Survey
9527 PDQ II
9528 705 School Gate Keepers
9529 Lung Cancer
9530 697 Census Reinterview Project
9531 Crippled Children Study #2
9532 Gender Bias in Dispute Resolution Procedures
9533 690 Technology Corridor Educational Moods Assessment
9534 Amra III (American Medical Records Assoc.)
9535 Illinois Bar Assoc. II
9536 Tracking of Tumor Registry
9537 700 Technology Transfer for Pollution Prevention
9538 693 Outdoor Recreation--1991
9539 1199/ Community Interventions for Cancer Prevention
1299/
1399/
1499
9540 EPA Surveys
9541 CTA--Ridership
9542 Chicago Job Training
9543 Legal Needs Study
9544 U of I Student Dropout Study
9545 Follow-up Study of Jewish Households
9546 Awards in Agriculture
9547 704 Illinois Recreational Facilities Inventory
9548 Granite City Lead Exposure Study
9549 Evaluating of Project Chance
9550 692 Waste Management Survey of Illinois Higher Education Institutions
9551 Colon Cancer in Blacks
9552 Cancer and Diet in Hispanic Populations
9553 696 AMRA 1990 Membership Survey
9554 Effects of Acculturation on Mexican Americans
9555 Attitudes Toward Opportunity
9556 695 UIC Faculty Satisfaction
9557 1991 Membership Survey
9558 3428 UIUC Operations and Maintenance
9559 American Bar Association
9560 Brookfield Zoo Visitors
9561 Educational Progress in Reading
9562 703 Illinois Corn Marketing
9563 729/829/ CIS Program Project
929
9564 Smoking Cessation Among the Elderly
9565 AANA Hospital Survey
9566 706 DASA Homeless Report
9567 707 Cognitive Aspects of Reporting Promotion and Disease Prevention Activities
9568 Asthma Mortality
9569 Metro Area Survey
9570 Asthma Among Minority Children in Chicago
9571 710 DASA Report #2--Substance Use Among the Adult Population of Illinois
9572 716 Cook County Hospital Smoking Cessation Study
9573 Chest Pains and Coronary Artery Disease
9574 Ethnoviolence on the College Campus
9575 Malignant Mesothelioma
9576 AIDS Prevention Among Homeless African-Americans
9577 714 Maine Twp. High School
9578 UI Hospital Surveys
9579 711 Institutional Development for Agricultural Training (IDAT) Impact Study
9580 713 Low-Income Minority Children
9581 Treatment Selection for Older Women With Breast Cancer
9582 Medical Scholars Program Evaluation
9583 755 Cognitive Experiments on Long-Term Care
9584 Chicago Area Perceptions of UIC
9585 NORC-Census Research
9586 720 Minority Youth--Health Behavior
9587 721 Meta Analysis of Social Support Interventions for Addictive Behaviors
9588 715 A.M.R.A.
9589 TV News Analysis
9590 Educational Needs
9591 HIV School Survey
9592 Interviewer and Respondent Behavior Coding
9593 718 Interpretations of Health Questions by Minorities
9594 Evaluation of ACS Pathways to Freedom
9595 717 CAER Course Needs Assessment
9596 Bioengineering Needs Assessment
9597 Firefighter Safety Issues
9598 728 Volunteer Literacy Tutoring
9599 Teachers of America Evaluation
9600 Behavioral Intervention in Special Education
9601 725 Network Study of Chronically Disabled
9602 743 Ovarian Cancer Case-Control
9603 722 Medical Scholars Program
9604 751 Community, Crime and Health Across the Life Course
9605 731 H. A. Wilson Market Study
9606 Aging in U.S. and Japan
9607 Campus Auxiliary Services
9608 724 New Parenthood Project
9609 733 Quality of Life
9610 Study of Social Structure and Technology: Computer-Mediated Communication in Science
9611 Multi Media Course Evaluation
9612 727 Prescribe for Health Patient Telephone Interview (see also 9390)
9613 732 Rural Hospital Discharge Planners
9614 726 UIUC Athletics
9615 National Survey of Librarians on Consumer Health Information
9616 Coalition of Programs
9617 735 Health Survey Methods Conference
9618 YAPP High School Follow-up
9619 762 Sexual Abuse on UIC Campus
9620 Illinois Library Services
9621 Skin Cancer
9622 Satisfaction With Prenatal Care Survey
9623 744 Institutionalization of a Smoking Cessation Program
9624 CTA Ridership Study
9625 NCTE Membership Survey
9626 Aging and Aging Policy in the United States and Germany
9627 Research Directors Survey
9628 Metro Chicago Opportunity Study
9629 741 Women and Violence in W. Humboldt Park
9630 776 1994 Outdoor Recreation Survey
9631 734 Prison Survey
9632 Transition From School to Work
9633 UIUC Police Services Survey
9634 770 Breast Cancer Research Program
9635 Needs of HIV+ Women
9636 Cognitive Aspects of Organizational Reporting
9637 Coordinating Center for Research
9638 736 DCFS Client Survey
9639 738 SHRFS Survey
9640 Freshmen Alcohol Survey
9641 766 Survey Research on Drug Use and Associated Behaviors
9642 Homeless Data Secondary Analysis
9643 RWJ Smokeless States
9644 742 College of Dentistry, 1994 Evaluation of Dean
9645 740 College of Nursing, Dean Evaluation
9646 750 UIC Employee Satisfaction
9647 Condom Use (AIDS Health Education in High School)
9648 County Jail Study
9649 The City of Lake Forest Community Wide Survey
9650 Evaluation of the Anti-Drug Initiative in East St. Louis, IL
9651 760 Epidemiologic Racial and Incontinence Data Survey--Pilot Study
9652 Epidemiologic Racial and Incontinence Data Survey--Main Study
9653 Continuing Education Senior Citizens Peoria and Rockford
9654 Cardiovascular Consequences of Sleep Apnea
9655 Nutrition and Breast Cancer
9656 748 Ethnic Identification Study
9657 Trauma Stress and Adaptation of Southeast Asian Youth
9658 764 CHA Anti-Drug Initiatives
9659 Brown University--Disabled II
9660 Ethnic Enterprises in Chicago
9661 Library Information Science Study
9662 Peoria Community Survey
9663 753 AMA Smoking Cessation Study
9664 747 Evaluation of Rocky Mountain Tobacco Free Challenge
9665 749 State and Local Immunization Coverage and Health Survey
9666 Effects of Clinical Guidelines for Urinary Incontinence
9667 Childrens Immunization Study
9668 Coalition of Programs--ASSIST
9669 DCFS Study on Substance Abuse and Child Abuse
9670 MacArthur Attitude-Fellowships
9671 Assn'd NIH Consensus Development Conference twice Development of Instructional Material for Companies Doing Business in Eastern Europe
9672 Workshop for Center for Urban Economic Development
9673 754 Evaluation of the Head Librarian of the Health Sciences Library
9674 758 Fortune 500 Survey of Personnel Record Practices
9675 752 Means Restriction Survey of Emergency Department Physicians and Nurses
9676 756 Public Opinion Survey for UIC
9677 757 Means Restriction Awareness of Emergency Department Physicians and Nurses--Control Group, Detroit Survey
9678 761 Fire Departments
9679 School Nurse
9680 Head Start Agencies
9681 Human Resources Management Procs.
9682 Epidemiology of Breast Cancer in Rural Women
9683 Home Care Violence
9684 759 Women and Violence, Part II
9685 Abnormal Mammograms Among Latina Women
9686 Epidemiology of Breast Cancer--Pilot
9687 Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System Request
9688 National Black Leadership Initiative on Cancer (see also 9706)
9689 ABA Study
9690 MEDTEP
9691 Evaluation of Racial and Ethnic Identification Data
9692 Gambling Addiction Capacity Assessment
9693 Innovations in Community Tobacco Control
9694 763 Health Care Decision Making Among Elderly Hispanics
9695 CDC Behavioral Risk Factor Study
9696 Assessment and Evaluation of Select Health Care Programs
9697 Cost of Sexual Harassment in Health Care Settings
9698 Validity of BRFS Survey Measurements
9699 Substance Abuse Surveys of Adolescent Special Populations
9700 Community Alternative Policing Strategies (CAPS) Survey
9701 Survey of Physician Counseling and Screening Practices
9702 765 CHA-HUD Survey Resident Satisfaction Survey
9703 773 CDC/CIS Outreach Demonstration Project Evaluation
9704 767 UIC Employee Evaluation Study
9705 Health Reporting of Ethnic and Multiracial Groups
9706 769 National Black Leadership Initiative II (see also 9688)
9707 Light House Target Chicago Study
9708 768 Ryan White Title I HIV Study
9709 Patient Satisfaction Survey
9710 771 LaSalle-Peru Case Control Screening
9711 Brain Cancer Study Cellular Phones and Acoustic Neuromas
9712 772 Illinois Caucus on Adolescent Health
9713 Medication Errors
9714 777 Adult Suicide Prevention
9715 774 DCFS Foster Parents
9716 Probationers Substance Abuse
9717 CTA Greenline Survey
9718 Austin Community Association Survey
9719 780 Mental Health Service Utilization Among Adolescents
9720 Cross-Cultural Evaluation of Domestic Violence Measures
9721 Community Area Survey
9722 NCAA Tobacco Policy Survey
9723 Assessment of Treatment for Victims of Domestic Violence
9724 Winnetka School District Study
9725 STD Assessment Evaluation
9726 Domestic Violence and Welfare
9727 Evaluation Technical Assistance Center
9728 781 Female Veteran Survey
9729 Sexual Victimization on College Campuses
9730 730 UIC Public Opinion Survey of Students With Disability
9731 775 Ryan White Title I HIV Study--Year 2
9732 778 Henry Horner Redevelopment Study
9733 NYU MBA Study
9734 782 Survey of Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Companies
9735 The Price Waterhouse Cranfield Project
9736 Amtrak Study
9737 Prevention Center Behavioral Risk Factor (SIP5)
9738 Validation of Survey Measures of Persons With Disabilities (SIP3)
9739 Society for Ambulatory Care Professionals
9740 Statewide Drug and Alcohol Survey
9741 Vehicle Arresting Barriers
9742 Drug and Alcohol Survey of Welfare Recipients
9743 Drug and Alcohol Survey of Mental Health Patients
9744 Drug and Alcohol Survey of Immigrant Populations
9745 Community Alternative Policing Strategies Survey (CAPS) Part 2
9746 Substance Abuse Surveys of Adolescent Special Populations
9747 New Mothers Social Network Study
9748 Overreporting of Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Behaviors
9749 CISRC-2
9750 Cognitive Functioning of Elderly
9751 Intimate Partner Violence Coalition in CHA Housing
9752 Survey of Promotional Practices
9753 Case Control Study of Neuroblastoma in Illinois Children
9754 National Domestic Violence Study
9755 Probable Cause Acoustic Surveillance System Survey
9756 Survey of HIV/AIDS Service Providers
9757 UIUC O&M Maintenance Client Survey
9758 1996 Survey of Governmental Objectives
9759 NCI Training Grant
9760 ACGME Survey of Directors of Residency Programs
9761 Nutrition, Health and Well-Being
9762 Addictions Disability Study
9763 Post Election Survey of Union Members
9764 Guideline Development Project--Year 3 (of 775)
9765 National Women's Needs Assessment National Women Consumer/Psychiatric Survivor Needs Assessment Survey
9766 Museum Educational Site License (MESL)
9767 Survey of Foster Parents and Children
9768 Illinois Survey (Omnibus)
SP = service project, project or contract number unknown or not assigned
CUMULATIVE SUBJECT INDEX FOR VOLUMES I AND II

Abortion, study 450
Accountants, studies 359, 580
Addiction, studies 599, 686, 691, 699, 706, 710, 721, 723, 774, 799, 899, 999, 1099, 1199, 1299, 1399, 1499
Advertising, studies 009, 063, 181, 280, 610, 614
Affirmative action, studies 313, 362
African Americans, studies 009, 028, 047, 049, 619, 621, 656, 694, 719, 733, 769
Aging and retirement, studies 003, 041, 051, 123, 130, 139, 218, 240, 246, 311, 324, 331, 334, 344, 353, 373, 383, 419, 428, 460, 528, 596, 659, 708, 746, 763
Agriculture, studies 446, 522, 527, 569, 703, 711 (see also farming)
AIDS (see HIV/AIDS)
Air, studies 287, 385 (see also environment, the, and pollution)
Alcohol use (see drug use)
Aliens, studies 365, 506, 571
Alumni, studies 162, 348, 552, 580
Animals (see horses and veterinary problems)
Arkansas, study 103
Army bases, U.S., studies 108, 121, 142, 157, 170, 171, 252, 289, 423, 533, 535, 604
Arts, studies 294, 308, 643
Asian Americans, studies 186, 324
Association, studies 210, 312, 352, 435, 448, 469, 478, 511, 560, 583, 592, 652, 662, 680, 684, 696, 715
Atlanta, Georgia, studies 055, 294, 333, 433, 483
Australia, study 395
Automobiles, studies 205, 299, 536, 561, 579, 708
Aviation, study 434
Banks and banking, studies 227, 282, 313, 350, 612, 758
Baton Rouge, Louisiana, study 294
Bookstores, study 635
Builders, studies 204, 363
Building materials, studies 096, 175
Business (see economics and business)
California, studies 402, 429, 488, 517, 556
Campus facilities, studies 027, 033, 040, 056, 067, 084, 093, 098, 163, 199, 215, 474, 635, 636, 644, 653
Campus survey, studies 027, 033, 037, 040, 045, 046, 056, 058, 065, 067, 069, 072, 075, 084, 085, 087, 089, 093, 098, 125, 139, 163, 174, 187, 191, 199, 215, 276, 298, 301, 346, 348, 391, 415, 499, 514, 520, 538, 562, 635, 636, 644, 653, 681, 695
Cancer, studies 104, 133, 284, 300, 319, 377, 381, 405, 457, 459, 477, 482, 501, 505, 547, 549, 565, 576, 577, 587, 599, 603, 619, 621, 633, 637, 655, 656, 694, 699, 702, 707, 716, 719, 727, 733, 737, 743, 744, 753, 769, 770, 773, 799, 899, 999, 1099, 1199, 1299, 1399, 1499
Careers (see occupations and careers)
CATI (computer-assisted telephone interview), study 510
Census and census data, studies 189, 222, 223, 226, 227, 241, 244, 269, 349
Central Illinois, studies 019, 026, 030, 032, 092, 113, 179, 193, 194, 230, 231, 270, 286, 309, 330, 416, 426, 430, 474, 507, 530, 542, 575, 578, 581, 582, 594, 607, 611, 615, 616, 626, 630, 631, 646­648, 664, 672, 730, 771, 830, 930, 1030, 1130, 1230, 1330, 1430, 1530, 1630, 1730, 1830 (see also Illinois and individual counties and municipalities)
Champaign County, Illinois, studies 258, 270, 273, 278, 286, 347, 373, 638, 641, 649 (see also individual municipalities)
Champaign-Urbana, Illinois, studies 003, 005, 026, 028, 049, 083, 106, 111, 138, 200, 239, 240, 261, 280, 323, 390, 404, 458, 481, 496, 502, 600, 623, 631, 632, 649, 657, 670
Charleston-Mattoon, Illinois, studies 610, 614
Chicago area, studies 001, 004, 009, 018, 020, 021, 029, 036, 038, 041, 051­053, 057, 060, 061, 063, 064, 066, 070, 071, 076, 081, 101, 105, 109, 119, 130, 131, 135, 137, 138, 145, 152, 154, 159, 161, 167, 174, 176, 177, 180, 185, 186, 192, 195, 206, 209, 211­213, 216, 218, 219, 221, 224, 229, 245, 253, 254, 264, 277, 279, 281, 287, 302, 308, 311­313, 316, 321, 322, 324­326, 333, 334, 344, 345, 353, 358, 360, 364, 365, 375, 385, 388, 406, 409, 410, 419, 439, 445, 451, 453, 457, 460, 482, 483, 490, 500, 504­506, 528, 532, 534, 539, 543­546, 548, 551, 552, 554, 558, 566, 573, 590, 599, 602, 606, 617­621, 633, 639, 645, 656, 673, 685, 686, 690, 691, 694, 699, 702, 706, 707, 713, 714, 716, 719, 731, 736, 739, 741, 743, 745, 759, 764, 765, 768, 775, 778, 799, 839, 845, 899, 939, 945, 999, 1039, 1045, 1099, 1139, 1145, 1199, 1245, 1299, 1399, 1499 (see also Northwest Illinois and individual suburbs)
Chicago Transportation Authority (see CTA)
Children and adolescents, studies 060, 220, 234, 441, 467, 489, 557, 602, 620, 661, 679, 682, 713, 749, 752, 757, 772, 779, 780
Chinese Americans, study 186 (see also Asian Americans)
Cicero, Illinois, study 254
Civil rights, study 062
Clinics, studies 575, 594, 616, 647, 672, 744
Clothing, studies 278, 593, 669
Cognition, studies 665, 697, 707, 718, 748, 755, 766
Coles County, Illinois, study 626
Columbia, South Carolina, study 294
Communications, studies 054, 120, 138, 284, 300, 357, 387, 514
Community affairs, studies 007, 064, 079, 099, 124, 126, 172, 178, 213, 254, 258, 264, 268, 273, 325, 347, 364, 451, 480, 551, 570, 649, 657, 667, 670, 751, 778
Computer use, studies 067, 093, 604
Computer-assisted telephone interviews (see CATI)
Confidentiality, studies 350, 612, 758
Consumer behavior, studies 005, 030, 039, 048, 063, 078, 103, 119, 145, 173, 192, 195, 202, 230, 245, 299, 303, 330, 345, 379, 398, 430, 431, 437, 445, 502, 504, 530, 531, 545, 563, 600, 601, 614, 630, 645, 677, 730, 745, 830, 845, 930, 945, 1030, 1045, 1130, 1145, 1230, 1245, 1330, 1430, 1530, 1630, 1730, 1830
Corporations, studies 350, 399, 420, 447, 468, 475, 497, 612, 758, 782
Crime and criminal justice, studies 095, 097, 115, 150, 152, 166, 167, 169, 184, 196, 213, 217, 228, 236, 237, 263, 271, 322, 326, 354, 364, 484, 574, 741, 750
CTA (Chicago Transportation Authority), studies 152, 281, 302, 353, 360
Cumberland County, Illinois, study 626
Danville, Illinois, study 113
Decatur, Illinois, studies 002, 026, 030, 048, 078, 116, 126, 195, 230, 279, 309, 330, 430, 434, 530, 623, 630, 631, 650, 730, 830, 930, 1030, 1130, 1230, 1330, 1430, 1530, 1630, 1730, 1830
Dental care, studies 013, 029, 031, 132, 435, 511, 584
Desegregation, studies 081, 161, 180, 229
Detroit, Michigan, study 757
Diaries, studies 039, 119, 135, 250, 287, 336, 393, 431, 531, 601
Diffusion, studies 386, 503, 549
Disabled, studies 060, 234, 257, 281, 316, 411­413, 452, 467, 489, 557, 661, 679, 682, 725
Discrimination, studies 313, 371, 372, 401
Doctors (see physicians)
Drinking, studies 203, 325, 536, 686, 691, 706, 723, 762
Dropouts, studies 083, 110, 187, 277
Drug use, studies 023, 089, 131, 224, 686, 691, 705, 706, 710, 720, 723, 734, 736, 764, 766, 774
Earnings, studies 165, 288, 339, 351, 376, 404, 408, 464, 512
East St. Louis, Illinois, study 109
Economics and business, studies 016, 238, 282, 314, 318, 333, 380, 384, 395, 396, 399, 420, 424, 442, 446, 447, 458, 468, 475, 483, 497, 524, 591, 597, 610, 678
Education, studies 023, 071, 176, 232, 316, 544, 617, 627, 705, 713, 714 (see also education, adult; education, health; education, higher; education, medical; education, professional and vocational; and education, special)
Education, adult, studies 242, 293, 341, 367, 370, 391, 426, 440, 538 (see also education; education, higher; education, medical; and education, professional and vocational)
Education, health, studies 198, 409, 440, 453, 609, 705
Education, higher, studies 004, 006, 010, 025, 035, 072, 110, 141, 151, 153, 158, 162, 165, 174, 187, 188, 207, 225, 255, 256, 277, 288, 348, 359, 361, 370, 417, 450, 472, 527, 641, 684, 690, 692, 756 (see also education, adult; education, medical; and education, professional and vocational)
Education, medical, studies 538, 598, 680, 684, 722
Education, professional and vocational, studies 072, 141, 162, 198, 255, 288, 337, 358, 359, 369, 370, 397, 425, 456, 472, 491, 498, 527, 538, 541, 584, 598, 627, 680, 684, 690, 717, 722 (see also education, adult; education, higher; and education, medical)
Education, special, studies 234, 467, 489, 557
Effingham County, Illinois, study 626
Elderly, the (see aging and retirement)
Elgin, Illinois, study 022
Elk Grove Village, Illinois, study 018
Emergency medical services (see EMS)
Employment (see labor and employment)
EMS (emergency medical services), studies 249, 265, 304
Energy, studies 194, 200, 251, 290, 315, 450, 567
Entertainment, studies 199, 294, 474
Environment, the, studies 032, 107, 113, 116, 124, 126, 128, 144, 172, 179, 193, 231, 232, 251, 252, 266, 268, 274, 275, 287, 289, 295, 306, 307, 310, 328, 335, 356, 385, 422, 423, 433, 434, 439, 461, 490, 509, 526, 539, 568, 590, 623, 631, 634, 639, 649, 692, 700, 739, 839, 939, 1039, 1139 (see also air, noise, pollution, waste, and water quality)
Ethnic populations, studies 009, 028, 047, 049, 156, 176, 186, 218, 324, 619, 621, 656, 694, 718, 719, 733, 760
Evaluation, studies 022, 037, 080, 155, 158, 160, 181, 186, 190, 202, 219, 234, 243, 276, 324, 326, 337, 349, 353, 361, 369, 384, 397, 425, 426, 456, 460, 496, 498, 527, 541, 543, 566, 576, 606, 657, 660, 664, 675, 684, 747, 753, 754, 764, 775
Evanston, Illinois, studies 311, 344
Expenditures, studies 030, 039, 048, 145, 202, 230, 245, 330, 345, 430, 437, 445, 504, 530, 545, 563, 630, 645, 730, 745, 830, 845, 930, 945, 1030, 1045, 1130, 1145, 1230, 1245, 1330, 1430, 1530, 1630, 1730, 1830
Faculty and staff, studies 027, 037, 040, 045, 046, 067, 069, 072, 087, 093, 125, 139, 191, 199, 361, 391, 415, 417, 472, 499, 514, 520, 538, 552, 562, 569, 635, 636, 653, 660, 695, 711
Family, studies 023, 030, 052, 057, 078, 100, 108, 145, 165, 170, 171, 182, 201, 230, 245, 279, 309, 320, 321, 324, 330, 345, 374, 388, 390, 430, 437, 445, 452, 485, 530, 545, 630, 645, 688, 730, 745, 830, 845, 930, 945, 1030, 1045, 1130, 1145, 1230, 1245, 1330, 1430, 1530, 1630, 1730, 1830
Farming, studies 092, 179, 193, 194, 231, 274, 356, 454, 461, 495, 503, 525, 634, 664, 683
Filipino Americans, study 186 (see also Asian Americans)
Finances, studies 030, 052, 065, 078, 145, 165, 202, 230, 239, 245, 314, 318, 330, 345, 380, 424, 430, 431, 437, 445, 530, 531, 545, 601, 630, 645, 677, 730, 745, 830, 845, 930, 945, 1030, 1045, 1130, 1145, 1230, 1245, 1330, 1430, 1530, 1630, 1730, 1830
Firearms (see guns)
Firefighters, studies 676, 761
Fishing (see hunting and fishing)
Floods, studies 439, 490, 539, 590, 639, 739, 839, 939, 1039, 1139
Florida, study 585
Food and nutrition, studies 005, 026, 102, 119, 373, 386, 398, 443, 471, 481, 520, 522, 528, 547, 560
Ford County, Illinois, studies 270, 286, 347
Foreign language, studies 130, 186, 218, 281, 316, 324, 326, 349, 410, 436, 457, 494, 500, 546, 557, 606, 718
Fort Bragg, North Carolina, studies 252, 289
Fort Lewis, Washington, study 423
France, study 395
Furniture, study 563
Gender roles, studies 260, 327, 688
Georgia, study 366
Glenview, Illinois, study 479
Government, studies 043, 117, 148, 418, 450, 463
Graduates (see alumni)
Great Lakes area, studies 523, 526, 555
Greyville, Illinois, study 241
Guns, studies 296, 535
Hammond, Indiana, study 480
Hawaii, study 115
Health, studies 131, 133, 135, 154, 177, 209, 218, 221, 243, 248, 250, 257, 258, 266, 285, 287, 306, 310, 316, 319, 329, 409, 411­413, 440, 453, 457, 459, 473, 482, 496, 505, 513, 543, 546, 558, 559, 566, 587, 599, 603, 606, 609, 611, 613, 619­621, 625, 655, 656, 668, 671, 682, 686, 694, 698, 699, 706, 710, 716, 718­721, 727, 733­736, 743, 744, 747, 749, 751­753, 757, 760, 761, 766, 768­775, 799, 899, 999, 1099, 1199, 1299, 1399, 1499 (see also mental health)
Health care, studies 014, 041, 056, 066, 076, 104, 105, 135, 154, 177, 209, 219, 221, 243, 248­250, 253, 258, 265, 284, 285, 300, 304, 312, 317, 377, 381, 382, 389, 393, 405, 419, 427, 440, 450, 460, 477, 499, 507, 513, 519, 534, 537, 542, 546, 550, 559, 573, 575, 577, 578, 581­583, 586, 588, 594, 595, 605, 607, 611, 615, 616, 619, 626, 632, 633, 637, 646­648, 650, 672, 680, 684, 702, 707, 715, 719, 727, 732, 735, 737, 755, 763, 775, 779, 781, 782
Health maintenance organizations (see HMOs)
Hearing, studies 015, 022, 051, 080
Hennepin, Illinois, study 007
Hinsdale, Illinois, study 253
Hispanics, studies 130, 504, 718, 733, 748, 763 (see also Mexican Americans and Puerto Ricans)
HIV/AIDS, studies 606, 609, 625, 698, 701, 734, 768, 775
HMOs (health maintenance organizations), studies 499, 581, 582, 615, 646, 672, 727
Homeless, the, studies 686, 691, 706
Horses, study 368
Hospitals, studies 076, 233, 507, 542, 575, 594, 611, 616, 632, 647, 685, 732, 752, 757
Hotels, study 548
Housing, studies 003, 020, 023, 038, 049, 053, 058, 064, 070, 096, 101, 108, 121, 123, 142, 157, 159, 170, 171, 182, 204, 212, 218, 240, 264, 298, 316, 321, 346, 407, 416, 428, 458, 478, 501, 502, 532, 596, 600, 628, 673, 764, 765
Houston, Texas, studies 489, 557
Human factors, study 652
Hunting and fishing, studies 114, 143
Hypertension, studies 177, 221, 668
Illinois, studies 011, 012, 014, 015, 023­025, 035, 050, 059, 062, 068, 080, 086, 088, 099, 100, 112, 114, 117, 118, 124, 128, 129, 133, 134, 143, 147, 151, 153, 155, 158, 165, 172, 178, 188, 197, 198, 205, 210, 225, 247­250, 257, 259, 260, 265, 284, 291, 293, 295, 296, 300, 304, 307, 314, 317, 319, 331, 332, 335­337, 341, 351, 356­358, 361, 366­369, 371, 372, 374, 377, 389, 393, 397, 398, 405, 416­418, 425, 436, 440, 444, 448­450, 452, 454, 456, 459, 461, 464, 465, 476, 477, 484­486, 494, 495, 498, 501, 503, 509, 512, 513, 521, 524, 525, 536, 541, 547, 553, 559, 563, 577, 579, 587, 591, 597, 598, 609, 613, 625, 629, 634, 658, 659, 661, 674, 676, 683, 692, 693, 704, 708, 710, 723, 734, 771, 776 (see also Central Illinois, Northeast Illinois, Northwest Illinois, and individual counties and municipalities)
Immigrants and immigration, studies 156, 176, 339, 365, 376, 408, 487, 506, 571 (see also aliens)
Imports, study 593
Income (see earnings)
India, study 395
Indiana, studies 228, 291
Industry, studies 007, 136, 307, 368, 384, 386, 443, 446, 515, 567, 568, 678, 690, 717
Infants, study 724
Insurance, studies 023, 044, 059, 066, 318, 350, 379, 612, 677, 758
International surveys, studies 102, 238, 395, 403, 660, 711
Iroquois County, Illinois, studies 007, 270, 286
Jackson County, Illinois, studies 052, 169
Japanese Americans, studies 186, 324 (see also Asian Americans)
Kansas, studies 150, 605
Kansas City, Kansas, study 605
Kenya, study 711
Korean Americans, study 186 (see also Asian Americans)
Labor and employment, studies 006, 017, 023, 028, 036, 062, 074, 090, 176, 181, 191, 270, 272, 279, 286, 301, 305, 327, 334, 339, 365, 371, 372, 376, 401, 408, 410, 444, 449, 464, 473, 487, 506, 512, 624, 654, 709, 741, 750, 758, 761, 767, 771
Lake County, Illinois, study 428
Lake Forest, Illinois, studies 021, 667
Land use, studies 042, 193, 231, 454, 465, 555
LaSalle-Peru, Illinois, study 771
Latin America, study 238
Lawyers and legal services, studies 043, 167, 210, 217, 448, 585
Leavenworth, Kansas, study 150
Legal process, studies 167, 201, 236, 237, 263, 534
Leisure activities (see recreation)
Libraries, studies 006, 023, 267, 352, 362, 501, 540, 547, 731
Long-term care, studies 411­413, 573, 732, 755
Los Angeles, California, studies 333, 483, 571
Louisville, Kentucky, study 523
Marketing, studies 103, 526, 552, 593, 703, 731
Mass transit, studies 152, 281, 302, 323, 353, 360, 493, 554
Mass Transit District (see MTD)
McHenry, Illinois, study 266
Medical care (see health care)
Memphis, Tennessee, study 294
Mental health, studies 002, 149, 186, 347, 452, 547, 774, 780
Methodology (see survey methods)
Mexican Americans, studies 718, 733 (see also Hispanics)
Michigan, studies 291, 757
Midwest, the, studies 255, 291, 314, 317, 492, 540, 555 (see also individual states)
Migration, study 291
Military, the, studies 017, 094, 096, 108, 121, 142, 155, 157, 170, 171, 175, 182, 190, 204, 208, 252, 289, 363, 400, 407, 422, 423, 432, 438, 455, 533, 535, 604
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, study 557
Minnesota, studies 291, 355, 402, 429, 488, 517, 585
Minorities, studies 276, 313, 314, 589, 608, 713, 718, 720
Montana, study 228
Motorcycles, study 486
MTD (Mass Transit District [Champaign-Urbana, Illinois]), study 323
National Opinion Research Center (see NORC)
Needs/needs assessment, studies 098, 101, 130, 159, 186, 218, 242, 254, 258, 271, 293, 311, 316, 317, 319, 334, 338, 341, 347, 367, 405, 446, 451, 467, 480, 489, 551, 557, 560, 562, 569, 583, 596, 641, 682, 690, 717, 765
Net worth, studies 380, 396, 424
Networks, studies 061, 185, 311, 325, 344, 377, 470, 477, 508, 572, 574, 577, 602, 725
Nevada, study 228
New Jersey, study 588
Noise, studies 252, 289, 307, 423, 433, 434 (see also environment, the, and pollution)
NORC (National Opinion Research Center), studies 137, 203, 411­413
Northeast Illinois, study 073 (see also individual counties and municipalities)
Northwest Illinois, study 242 (see also individual counties and municipalities)
Nurses and nursing, studies 255, 312, 419, 492, 516, 595, 598, 680, 709, 752, 757
Nutrition (see food and nutrition)
Oak Park, Illinois, study 406
Occupations and careers, studies 036, 120, 129, 140, 141, 206, 211, 288, 301, 327, 358, 410, 444, 464, 512, 761
Ohio, studies 291, 314
Oklahoma, study 196
Omaha, Nebraska, study 166
Omnibus surveys, studies 023, 043, 450, 547
Organizational research, studies 624, 654, 666, 732
Panel studies, studies 030, 077, 078, 113, 135, 145, 193, 195, 230, 231, 245, 250, 275, 328, 330, 345, 355, 393, 402, 429­431, 437, 445, 488, 517, 530, 531, 543, 545, 556, 599­601, 630, 645, 699, 730, 745, 799, 830, 845, 899, 930, 945, 999, 1030, 1045, 1099, 1130, 1145, 1199, 1230, 1245, 1299, 1330, 1399, 1430, 1499, 1530, 1630, 1730, 1830
Parents, studies 161, 201, 661, 724, 777
Park Forest, Illinois, study 161
Paxton, Illinois, studies 320, 650
Pensions, studies 342, 378
Peoria and Peoria County, Illinois, studies 030, 078, 109, 160, 181, 195, 230, 309, 330, 358, 430, 530, 561, 574, 630, 730, 830, 930, 1030, 1130, 1230, 1330, 1430, 1530, 1630, 1730, 1830
Personal safety, studies 152, 302, 322, 326, 364, 653
Pets, study 450
Pharmacists, studies 537, 675
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, studies 333, 483
Physicians, studies 253, 404, 478, 534, 549, 576, 737, 752, 757
Piatt County, Illinois, studies 270, 286
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, study 523
Police, studies 073, 127, 326
Political affairs, studies 043, 054, 117, 147, 262, 418, 463, 501, 508, 521, 670
Pollution, studies 032, 116, 124, 126, 172, 179, 252, 266, 274, 287, 289, 306, 307, 385, 422, 423, 433, 434, 568, 700 (see also air; environment, the; noise; waste; and water quality)
Poor, working, study 500
Practicums, studies 061, 082, 091, 122, 123, 147, 164, 192, 195, 224, 260, 296, 321, 351, 389, 416, 444, 484, 513
Prescriptions and prescription drugs, studies 382, 686, 706, 710, 723
Prisons, studies 095, 097, 115, 150, 169, 228, 338, 734
Privacy, studies 350, 612, 758
Public relations, study 756
Public transportation (see mass transit)
Puerto Ricans, study 733 (see also Hispanics)
Quality of life, studies 247, 309, 320, 364, 374, 733
Race issues, studies 009, 028, 047, 049, 055, 081, 090, 111, 180, 216, 229, 288, 621, 656, 689, 694
Racial/ethnic identity, study 748
Radio (see communications)
Reading, studies 387, 514, 728
Real estate (see housing)
Recreation, studies 018, 019, 021, 068, 077, 086, 088, 109, 112­114, 134, 143, 163, 197, 261, 295, 306, 316, 328, 340, 355, 402, 406, 429, 479, 488, 517, 523, 553, 556, 629, 674, 693, 704, 726, 776
Religion, study 001
Research and development, study 782
Response effects, study 137
Retirement (see aging and retirement)
Rock Island-Moline, Illinois, studies 039, 048
Rockford, Illinois, studies 181, 244, 561, 570, 774
Rural life, studies 007, 092, 099, 258, 268, 291, 317, 320, 427, 563, 732, 777
Sampling, studies 024, 259, 574
Sangamon County, Illinois, study 042
Santa Clara County, California, study 557
Satisfaction, studies 288, 312, 404, 417, 419, 463, 575, 581, 594, 615, 616, 646, 647, 695, 750, 765
Schools, studies 071, 081, 106, 111, 129, 161, 178, 180, 198, 229, 337, 369, 397, 403, 409, 425, 453, 456, 491, 498, 527, 541, 544, 617, 627, 643, 705, 713, 714, 720, 722 (see also education; education, adult; education, health; education, higher; education, medical; education, professional and vocational; and education, special)
Seat belts, studies 205, 536, 547, 561, 579
Sensitive questions, studies 137, 203, 568
Sex, studies 203, 568 (see also gender roles and sexually transmitted diseases)
Sex roles (see gender roles)
Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), studies 606, 609, 720
Sickle cell, studies 154, 209, 243, 779
Skokie, Illinois, study 287
Smoking, studies 543, 558, 566, 599, 699, 710, 716, 744, 747, 753, 799, 899, 999, 1099, 1199, 1299, 1399, 1499
Social agencies, studies 160, 167, 257, 343, 436, 494
Social networks (see networks)
Social Security, study 343
Social support (see support)
Sociology practicums (see practicums)
South, the, study 294 (see also individual states and cities)
South Holland, Illinois, studies 081, 180, 229
Speech, study 233
Springfield, Illinois, studies 010, 039, 048, 502, 600
St. Louis, Missouri, study 523
Staff (see faculty and staff)
STDs (see sexually transmitted diseases)
Stratification, studies 351, 394, 444, 464, 512
Students, studies 004, 010, 022, 025, 033, 058, 065, 069, 075, 084, 089, 110, 125, 147, 153, 165, 174, 187, 199, 207, 215, 276, 277, 293, 298, 303, 346, 359, 403, 409, 453, 514, 532, 580, 589, 608, 628, 635, 644, 653, 728, 738
Subjective culture, studies 047, 090
Substance abuse (see drug use)
Suicide, studies 752, 757, 777
Support, studies 185, 271, 344, 455, 500, 562, 565, 721
Survey methods, studies 039, 048, 065, 119, 135, 137, 168, 203, 250, 268, 329, 342, 343, 365, 377, 379, 380, 383, 393, 396, 411­413, 424, 451, 459, 470, 477, 518, 572, 574, 577, 602, 665, 697, 707, 718, 735, 748, 755, 766, 780
Teachers, studies 071, 129, 198, 235, 627
Tehran, Iran, study 102
Telephone service, study 653
Television, studies 181, 183, 216, 280
Texas, study 228
Tourism, studies 657, 658
Transportation, studies 027, 152, 205, 218, 262, 281, 299, 302, 323, 331, 353, 360, 366, 421, 450, 466, 486, 493, 533, 536, 554, 561, 579, 618, 636, 644, 653, 708
Unions, studies 074, 272, 401, 709
United States, studies 006, 016, 017, 107, 162, 168, 204, 208, 217, 228, 233, 251, 263, 271, 315, 327, 333, 339, 343, 349, 350, 352, 354, 355, 359, 362, 363, 370, 376, 378, 381, 384, 386, 387, 394, 395, 399, 402, 403, 420, 421, 429, 431, 435, 442, 443, 446, 447, 463, 466, 467­469, 475, 478, 483, 488, 493, 497, 511, 515­517, 522, 527, 531, 537, 550, 560, 567, 569, 586, 589, 592, 593, 601, 612, 637, 643, 662, 666, 696, 737, 749 (see also Midwest, the; South, the; and West, the)
United States Army bases (see army bases, U.S.)
United States military (see military, the)
University (see education, higher; University of Illinois; University of Illinois at Chicago; and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
University of Illinois (both campuses), studies 065, 075, 089, 139, 151, 188, 191, 225, 348, 391, 538, 608 (see also University of Illinois at Chicago and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
University of Illinois at Chicago, studies 013, 031, 033, 045, 061, 067, 091, 122, 123, 125, 162­164, 174, 187, 195, 224, 256, 276, 415, 499, 520, 532, 552, 562, 628, 695, 728, 750, 754, 756, 762, 767 (see also University of Illinois)
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, studies 003, 027, 037, 040, 046, 056, 058, 069, 072, 082, 084, 085, 087, 093, 098, 110, 147, 192, 199, 215, 240, 260, 296, 298, 301, 321, 346, 351, 389, 416, 444, 484, 513, 514, 635, 636, 644, 653, 660, 681, 711, 726, 738 (see also University of Illinois)
Urban development and redevelopment, study 778
Urban life, studies 212, 247, 309 (see also urban development and redevelopment)
U.S. (see United States)
U.S. Army bases (see army bases, U.S.)
U.S. military (see military, the)
Values, studies 273, 295, 485
Vermilion County, Illinois, studies 113, 275
Veterans, studies 155, 781
Veterinary problems, studies 011, 332
Violence, studies 741, 759
Voluntarism, studies 638, 728
Washington, DC, studies 400, 438
Waste, studies 128, 623, 631, 649, 692, 700 (see also air; environment, the; and water quality)
Water quality, studies 032, 116, 126, 172, 266, 306, 310, 509 (see also environment, the; pollution; and waste)
Water use, study 476
Webster Groves, Missouri, study 183
Welfare, studies 038, 160, 214, 220, 375, 436, 441, 494, 500, 736, 774
West, the, studies 196, 228, 402, 429, 488, 517, 556, 747
West Dundee, Illinois, study 266
Widows, study 185
Wilderness areas, studies 295, 328, 340, 355, 402, 429, 488, 517, 556
Windmills, studies 251, 315
Wisconsin, study 291
Women, studies 185, 214, 279, 288, 301, 327, 336, 457, 603, 613, 619­621, 656, 694, 719, 741, 743, 744, 748, 759, 762, 770, 773, 774, 781
Wood use, studies 012, 050, 118
Woodridge, Illinois, study 253
Workshops, studies 148, 219, 243
Wyandotte County, Kansas, study 605
Youth, studies 004, 082, 083, 090, 177, 183, 305, 682, 698, 720, 777