Wiseman, F. (Presenter & Author), Pantalone, C. (Presenter & Author), DeSantis, L. (Presenter & Author), Staples, M. (Author Only), Trowbridge, S. (Author Only), 21st International Conference on College Teaching and Learning, "When Students Must Be Absent,” Jacksonville, Florida. (April 2010).
Wiseman, F. (Presenter & Author), Yilmaz, M. (Author Only), Habibullah, M. (Author Only), American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences, ""A New Ranking Procedure Based upon Conditional Z-Scores," ASBBS, Las Vegas, Nevada.
Wiseman, F. (Presenter & Author), Friar, J. (Presenter & Author), Fourth Interantional Congress of Golf, "New Methods for Analyzing Driving Distance," Arizona State University, Arizona. (March 2008).
Wiseman, F., Rabino, S., Hawaiian International Business Conference, "Sample Size Considerations in Paired Comparison Product Tests," Honolulu.
Wiseman, F., Lieb, R., American Association of Business and Behavioral Science Research, "Non-response Error and Cost Considerations in a Mail Survey," Las Vegas.
Industry and Academic Experience
Professor Wiseman was named the Klein Lecturer at Northeastern University in 1982 and served as the College's first Walsh Research Professor from 1982-1984. Professor Wiseman is a nationally recognized expert on the effects of non-response in market research surveys and public opinion polls. He has also served as a consultant to the Federal Trade Commission, the Massachusetts Attorney General, and the Secretary of Consumer Affairs. In addition, Professor Wiseman was a consultant for a number of organizations, companies, and legal firms such as General Dynamics; Educational Testing Service; Massachusetts Taxpayers Foundation; the U.S. Department of Labor; and Foley, Hoag and Eliot. Professor Wiseman participated, by invitation, in an industry-wide task force that developed standardized definitions for frequently used survey research terms.
Professor Wiseman served as reviewer for many peer-reviewed journals and as an expert witness in legal cases. He also assisted the Secretary of Consumer Affairs in a claim substantiation case. Professor Wiseman conducted a survey for the Attorney General of Massachusetts in an anti-trust case. He also conducted a survey for the Federal Trade Commission in a false advertisement case.
Invited guest in a sports program (ESPN) discussing the application of a new procedure for ranking PGA players.
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