The following are studies that the Iowa Social Science Research Center is currently supporting:
Measuring Fluency in Aphasia
Jean K. Gordon
Who to Contact with Questions: Jean K. Gordon, firstname.lastname@example.org
We are investigating the reliability of fluency classifications in aphasia, and the factors which contribute to judgements about fluency.
Related Research on Aphasia by Dr. Gordon
Success and Luck
Michael Sauder, PhD
Who to Contact with Questions: Michael Sauder, 319-335-0366
The purpose of this study is to gain an understanding of how people think about success and getting ahead in the United States today. It explores what role, if any, luck has in the way people talk about success.
Project or PI/Contact’s Web Site: https://clas.uiowa.edu/sociology/people/michael-sauder
Farm Safety Study
Dr. Marizen Ramirez
The Farm Safety project underway in the state of Iowa in 2019 has been commissioned by the Great Plains Center for Agricultural Health. Through this study, University of Iowa is seeking to understand what characteristics of a farm make it more safe or less safe for its employees. The University of Iowa Social Science Research Center (ISRC) will be placing telephone calls to row crop farm owners/operators in pre-determined areas across the state to ask if they are interested and willing to schedule a farm visit.