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SEQUENTIAL RECORD ID# CREATED BY ICPSR

Taken from: National Science Foundation Surveys of Public Attitudes Toward and Understanding of Science and Technology, 1979-2001: [United States] - Survey of Public Attitudes Multiple Wave Data.

CASE ID NUMBER-UNIQUE BY STUDY YEAR

Case Identification Number-unique by YEAR

Taken from: National Science Foundation Surveys of Public Attitudes Toward and Understanding of Science and Technology, 1979-2001: [United States] - Survey of Public Attitudes Multiple Wave Data.

STUDY YEAR

Taken from: National Science Foundation Surveys of Public Attitudes Toward and Understanding of Science and Technology, 1979-2001: [United States] - Survey of Public Attitudes Multiple Wave Data.

SURVEY YEAR--ORDER OF STUDY (USEFUL FOR

Year Order (useful for ANOVA)

Taken from: National Science Foundation Surveys of Public Attitudes Toward and Understanding of Science and Technology, 1979-2001: [United States] - Survey of Public Attitudes Multiple Wave Data.

RESPONDENT GENDER

Taken from: National Science Foundation Surveys of Public Attitudes Toward and Understanding of Science and Technology, 1979-2001: [United States] - Survey of Public Attitudes Multiple Wave Data.

DUMMY VARIABLE FOR GENDER

Taken from: National Science Foundation Surveys of Public Attitudes Toward and Understanding of Science and Technology, 1979-2001: [United States] - Survey of Public Attitudes Multiple Wave Data.

DUMMY VARIABLE MARITAL STATUS=MARRIED

Taken from: National Science Foundation Surveys of Public Attitudes Toward and Understanding of Science and Technology, 1979-2001: [United States] - Survey of Public Attitudes Multiple Wave Data.

GENDER-MARRIAGE COMBINATION

Taken from: National Science Foundation Surveys of Public Attitudes Toward and Understanding of Science and Technology, 1979-2001: [United States] - Survey of Public Attitudes Multiple Wave Data.

RESPONDENT AGE IN YEARS

In what year were you born?

Taken from: National Science Foundation Surveys of Public Attitudes Toward and Understanding of Science and Technology, 1979-2001: [United States] - Survey of Public Attitudes Multiple Wave Data.

RESPONDENT'S AGE 5 CATEGORIES

Recoded age groups.

Taken from: National Science Foundation Surveys of Public Attitudes Toward and Understanding of Science and Technology, 1979-2001: [United States] - Survey of Public Attitudes Multiple Wave Data.

RECODED AGE GROUP-YOUNG-MID ADULT 'PRIME

Designation of young-mid adult age group.

Taken from: National Science Foundation Surveys of Public Attitudes Toward and Understanding of Science and Technology, 1979-2001: [United States] - Survey of Public Attitudes Multiple Wave Data.

NUMBER OF ADULTS IN HOUSEHOLD

How many adults 18 years of age or older regularly live in your home?

Taken from: National Science Foundation Surveys of Public Attitudes Toward and Understanding of Science and Technology, 1979-2001: [United States] - Survey of Public Attitudes Multiple Wave Data.

NUMBER OF CHILDREN UNDER 18

Do you have any children? [IF YES:] Do you have any children under age 18 who currently live with you? [IF YES:] How many?

Taken from: National Science Foundation Surveys of Public Attitudes Toward and Understanding of Science and Technology, 1979-2001: [United States] - Survey of Public Attitudes Multiple Wave Data.

RESPONDENT EDUCATION - 4 CATEGORIES

What is the highest level of education you completed?

Taken from: National Science Foundation Surveys of Public Attitudes Toward and Understanding of Science and Technology, 1979-2001: [United States] - Survey of Public Attitudes Multiple Wave Data.

FOUR DEGREE LEVELS

Recode of education

Taken from: National Science Foundation Surveys of Public Attitudes Toward and Understanding of Science and Technology, 1979-2001: [United States] - Survey of Public Attitudes Multiple Wave Data.

TYPE OF EDUCATION

Taken from: National Science Foundation Surveys of Public Attitudes Toward and Understanding of Science and Technology, 1979-2001: [United States] - Survey of Public Attitudes Multiple Wave Data.

HAS NO POST-SECONDARY DEGREE

Taken from: National Science Foundation Surveys of Public Attitudes Toward and Understanding of Science and Technology, 1979-2001: [United States] - Survey of Public Attitudes Multiple Wave Data.

ASSOCIATE OF ARTS HIGHEST DEGREE

Taken from: National Science Foundation Surveys of Public Attitudes Toward and Understanding of Science and Technology, 1979-2001: [United States] - Survey of Public Attitudes Multiple Wave Data.

VOCATIONAL ED TRAINING/DEGREE IS HIGHEST

Taken from: National Science Foundation Surveys of Public Attitudes Toward and Understanding of Science and Technology, 1979-2001: [United States] - Survey of Public Attitudes Multiple Wave Data.

BACCALAUREATE IS HIGHEST DEGREE

Taken from: National Science Foundation Surveys of Public Attitudes Toward and Understanding of Science and Technology, 1979-2001: [United States] - Survey of Public Attitudes Multiple Wave Data.

MASTERS IS HIGHEST DEGREE

Taken from: National Science Foundation Surveys of Public Attitudes Toward and Understanding of Science and Technology, 1979-2001: [United States] - Survey of Public Attitudes Multiple Wave Data.

LAW, MD, OR DOCTORATE HIGHEST DEGREE

Taken from: National Science Foundation Surveys of Public Attitudes Toward and Understanding of Science and Technology, 1979-2001: [United States] - Survey of Public Attitudes Multiple Wave Data.

MA OR GREATER IS HIGHEST DEGREE

Taken from: National Science Foundation Surveys of Public Attitudes Toward and Understanding of Science and Technology, 1979-2001: [United States] - Survey of Public Attitudes Multiple Wave Data.

PROFESSIONAL DEGREE EG LAW MEDICINE HIGH

Taken from: National Science Foundation Surveys of Public Attitudes Toward and Understanding of Science and Technology, 1979-2001: [United States] - Survey of Public Attitudes Multiple Wave Data.

DOCTORATE IS HIGHEST DEGREE

Taken from: National Science Foundation Surveys of Public Attitudes Toward and Understanding of Science and Technology, 1979-2001: [United States] - Survey of Public Attitudes Multiple Wave Data.

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