Statistics, Social network, Personal network, Sample and Respondent are his primary areas of study. Statistics and Telecommunications network are frequently intertwined in his study. His Social network research incorporates themes from Computer security and Visualization.
His Personal network research includes elements of Human–computer interaction, Cognition and Organizational network analysis. The various areas that Christopher McCarty examines in his Sample study include Social psychology, Immediate family, Replication, Similarity and Suspect. His Social psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Telephone interview, Family relations, Relation and Tie strength.
Christopher McCarty mainly focuses on Social network, Personal network, Social psychology, Social support and Demography. His Social network study combines topics in areas such as Social environment and Socioeconomics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Psychological intervention, Cognitive psychology, Acculturation, Statistics and Respondent in addition to Personal network.
In the subject of general Statistics, his work in Sample size determination is often linked to Network size, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His work deals with themes such as Marital status and Ethnic group, which intersect with Social psychology. His work carried out in the field of Demography brings together such families of science as Betweenness centrality, Sample, Country of origin and Demographic economics.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Social network, Demography, Variation, Genetic variation and Social environment. His studies deal with areas such as Socioeconomics and Depression as well as Social network. His research integrates issues of Social stress and Clinical psychology in his study of Depression.
Christopher McCarty interconnects Logistic regression, Survey data collection, Socialization, Multivariate analysis and Betweenness centrality in the investigation of issues within Demography. His Genetic variation study incorporates themes from Racism and Gerontology. His work in Mental health is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Social support.
Christopher McCarty spends much of his time researching Social network, Multimedia, Personal network, Inequality and Social science. His Social network research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Demography and Social environment.
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Structure in personal networks
Journal of Social Structure (2002)
Comparing Two Methods for Estimating Network Size
Christopher McCarty;Peter D. Killworth;H. Russell Bernard;Eugene C. Johnsen.
Human Organization (2001)
COMPARING FOUR DIFFERENT METHODS FOR MEASURING PERSONAL SOCIAL NETWORKS
H.Russell Bernard;Eugene C. Johnsen;Peter D. Killworth;Christopher McCarty.
Social Networks (1990)
Longitudinal analysis of personal networks. The case of Argentinean migrants in Spain
Miranda J. Lubbers;José Luis Molina;Jürgen Lerner;Ulrik Brandes.
Social Networks (2010)
Estimating the size of personal networks
Peter D. Killworth;Eugene C. Johnsen;H.Russell Bernard;Gene Ann Shelley.
Social Networks (1990)
Eliciting representative samples of personal networks
C. McCarty;H.R. Bernard;P.D. Killworth;G.A. Shelley.
Social Networks (1997)
Impact of methods for reducing respondent burden on personal network structural measures
Christopher McCarty;Peter D. Killworth;James Rennell.
Social Networks (2007)
A Comparison of Social Network Mapping and Personal Network Visualization
Christopher McCarty;José Luis Molina;Claudia Aguilar;Laura Rota.
Field Methods (2007)
Demographic effects of natural disasters: a case study of Hurricane Andrew
Stanley K. Smith;Christopher McCarty.
Personal networks and ethnic identifications: The case of migrants in Spain.
Miranda J. Lubbers;José Luis Molina;Christopher McCarty.
International Sociology (2007)
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