The Reliability of Daily Diary Measures of Family Life and the Power of Study Designs

The award extends work on the reliability of settings based measurement to the family setting, using daily diary measures.

Dr. Hsueh will extend the analytic framework set forth by Stephen Raudenbush, Howard Bloom, and their colleagues for evaluating the reliability of setting-level measures and the power of cluster randomized studies (work currently being funded by the William T. Grant Foundation). She plans to illustrate the application of this analytic framework by focusing on the reliability of daily diary measures of familial interactions and processes in the context of evaluations of programs that aim to improve youth outcomes by targeting the family system.

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