The Institute for Social and Behavioral Science (ISBS) engages in community-centered research spanning the social and behavioral science disciplines. ISBS specializes in research relevant to public policy issues in the Central Florida region and beyond. To meet this end, ISBS employs various quantitative and qualitative methodologies, including, but not limited to, focus groups, interviews, and statistical analysis. ISBS clientele are diverse and include agencies that target health, violence, crime, food insecurity, homelessness, and other social problems. In this way, we advance the science that guides improving the lives of individuals, communities, and the broader population.

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Presentations

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CARA Quarterly Evaluation Report, Amy Donley and Caroline Austin

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Results of 2017 Eatonville Community Survey, Amy Donley

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Senior Resource Alliance Needs Assessment 2018, Lauren Daniel, TaShanda Dennison, and Amy Donley

Technical Reports

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2016 Alcohol Environmental Survey Report, Rachel K. Totaram, Mandi N. Barringer, and Amy M. Donley

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2016 Tobacco Environmental Survey Report, Rachel K. Totaram, Amy M. Donley, and Mandi N. Barringer

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An Analysis of Domestic Violence Service Data from the Florida Department of Children and Families, Julio Montanez, Amy Donley, and Amy Reckdenwald

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CARA Orange County Residents Survey: Technical Report, Lauren Daniel Skinner, Jacqueline Fernandez-Reiss, Caroline Austin, and Amy Donley

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Demographic Analysis on 2020 Fatal Overdose Deaths in Orange County, FL, Brian Hall and Amy Donley

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Florida Hospital Healthy Central Florida Program: Eatonville Community Survey, Amy Donley

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Former Sanford Housing Authority and Goldsboro Neighborhood Resident Survey: Summary Analysis, Amy Donley

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Senior Resource Alliance Needs Assessment 2018: Final Report, Lauren Daniel, TaShanda Dennison, Megan Olive, and Amy Donley

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Septic Tank Survey: 2018, Megan Olive, Lauren Daniel, and Amy Donley

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Survey Measures on Substance Use Amongst College Students, Jacquelyn Reiss and Amy Donley

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The Parks in the City of Winter Park 2018: Executive Summary, Megan Olive, Lauren Daniel, and Amy Donley