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Floyd J. Fowler, Jr.
Senior Research Fellow
University of Massachesetts-Boston

Floyd J. Fowler, Jr. received his PhD in social psychology from the University of Michigan. He is a senior research fellow at the Center for Survey Research, University of Massachusetts-Boston and served as the center director for 14 years. He has taught survey methods at the Harvard School of Public Health and is a research associate of the Dartmouth Medical School. He is the author of Survey Research Methods (Sage) and Improving Survey Questions: Design and Evaluation (Sage) and numerous journal articles and research reports on survey techniques, satisfaction with health care, crime, housing, transportation, government services, and religion. The central focus of his research has been on sources of error in survey research.

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