SRI has been providing survey research, data collection, and analysis services since 1996 to a wide-range of academic, non-profit, governmental, and corporate clientele.
With a state-of-the-art facility located at Cornell University, SRI possesses extensive capabilities for telephone, mail and web survey data collection.
SRI has been well situated to conduct numerous major national and state studies on such subjects as the long-term effects of the New York City school-based intervention study on risky behavior among young adults, assessment of the prevalence of elder abuse in New York State, the effects of retirement on drinking behavior, health and safety issues of New York City firefighters, business climate assessment for the Division of the Budget of New York State, major trends in the telecommunication industry, rising tuition at universities, how people cope with aging and careers, and topical issues such as support for civil liberties and the war in Iraq.
SRI has conducted over 1000 projects to date.
SRI is a full-service survey facility and our services range from study design to analysis and everything in between. Clients are offered any combination of our services to meet their needs. The links on the left will direct you to an in depth description of the service.
The SRI staff can assist you in the designing and planning of your survey and help you to:
Our staff is available to assist in the design of your data collection instrument from start to finish, including questionnaire design and construction, questionnaire production, and questionnaire testing to ensure the questions are valid and reliable.
(web and CATI programming) - We have highly skilled web programmers who have the ability to create simple straight-forward surveys to very complex instruments. SRI’s web instruments are developed in-house, but SRI also has expertise with Qualtrics.
Once the data are ready for analysis, we can assist in the development, use and interpretation of statistical procedures to test specific hypotheses.
A broad range of statistical analyses can be offered, from basic descriptive statistics to complex modeling.
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