Philip S. Brenner, Ph.D.

2009 University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI 
Theory and Methods, General Religion
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John DeLamater grad student 2009 UW Madison
 (Overreporting of socially -desirable behavior in a cross -national perspective: Religious service attendance as a sample case.)
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Brenner PS, DeLamater J. (2016) Lies, Damned Lies, and Survey Self-Reports? Identity as a Cause of Measurement Bias. Social Psychology Quarterly. 79: 333-354
Brenner PS, Leblanc JL, Roman AM, et al. (2015) Safety and Solidarity After the Boston Marathon Bombing: A Comparison of Three Diverse Boston Neighborhoods Sociological Forum. 30: 40-61
Brenner PS, Serpe RT, Stryker S. (2014) The Causal Ordering of Prominence and Salience in Identity Theory: An Empirical Examination. Social Psychology Quarterly. 77: 231-252
Brenner PS, DeLamater J. (2014) Measurement Directiveness as a Cause of Response Bias: Evidence From Two Survey Experiments Sociological Methods and Research. 45: 348-371
Brenner PS. (2014) Testing the veracity of self-reported religious practice in the muslim world Social Forces. 92: 1009-1037
Brenner PS, DeLamater JD. (2014) Social Desirability Bias in Self-reports of Physical Activity: Is an Exercise Identity the Culprit? Social Indicators Research. 117: 489-504
Brenner PS, De Lamater JD. (2013) Paradata correlates of data quality in an SMS time use study-Evidence from a validation study Electronic International Journal of Time Use Research. 10: 38-54
Brenner PS. (2012) Identity as a Determinant of the Overreporting of Church Attendance in Canada Journal For the Scientific Study of Religion. 51: 377-385
Brenner PS. (2012) Investigating the effect of bias in survey measures of church attendance Sociology of Religion: a Quarterly Review. 73: 361-383
Brenner PS. (2012) Overreporting of voting participation as a function of identity Social Science Journal. 49: 421-429
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