Allan L. McCutcheon

Allan L. McCutcheon
Allan L. McCutcheon holds the Donald O. Clifton Chair of Survey Science, and is Professor of Statistics and Survey Research & Methodology at the University of Nebraska at Lincoln; he is also the founding Director of the Gallup Research Centre and founding Chair of the Doctoral program in Survey Research & Methodology. He has taught workshops on categorical data analysis and public opinion polling at the ICPSR Summer Program at the University of Michigan; the Central Archive for Empirical Social Research at the University of Cologne; the Central European University in Budapest and the Catholic University of Brussels. He is, with Jacques Hagenaars, co-editor of Applied Latent Class Analysis (Cambridge University Press. 2002), and author of Latent Class Analysis (Sage 1987). He has also published several articles applying log-linear and latent class models to substantive issues in social, political, and cross-cultural research.  He is an elected fellow of the American Statistical Association and the Royal Statistical Society.

Allan L. Mccutcheon