Flince Research + Design

Our Publications

  • Gordon C, Purciel M, Ghai N, Kaufman L, Graham R, Van Wye G. “Measuring food deserts in New York City’s low-income neighborhoods,” Health & Place 17 (2011) 696-700.
  • Guilhot, F, Coombs, J, Szczudlo, T, Zernovak, O, Macdonald, N, Shapiro, A. “An ethnographic investigation tracking the experience of chronic myeloid leukemia (CML) patients on tyrosine kinase inhibitor (TKI) therapies.” Paper presented at the American Society for Hematology Convention, Orlando, Florida, 12/2010.
  • Kaufman L, Deenadayalan S, Karpati A. “Breastfeeding ambivalence among low-income African American and Puerto Rican women in North and Central Brooklyn.” Maternal and Child Health Journal 14 (2010) 696-704.
  • Kaufman L, Gordon C, Ghai N, Graham R, Talwalkar A, Putnam S, Karpati A, Goodman A. Developmental delays in young children in Bedford-Stuyvesant and East Harlem: How parents respond. New York, NY: New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, 2009.
  • Kaufman L, Karpati A. “Understanding the sociocultural roots of childhood obesity: Food practices among Latino families of Bushwick, Brooklyn.” Social Science & Medicine 64 (2007) 2177–2188.
  • Kaufman L, Karpati A. Food matters: What Bushwick families’ food habits teach us about childhood obesity. New York, NY: New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, 2007.
  • Kaufman L, Graham R. Residents, rodents, and environmental conditions in North Brooklyn. New York, NY: New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, 2005.
  • Kindig, Lisa (2009) Values shift: how values are changing and what it means for brands. Next Generation Pharma, June, e-zine article.
  • Kindig, Lisa (2008) Beyond the branding iron: pharmaceutical branding in the digital age. Future Pharmaceuticals, November, e-zine article and podcast.
  • Kindig, Lisa (2006) Research contributions to compliance and persistency decision-making. Omnicom/Diversified Agency Services Annual Shared Learning Roundtable, New York.
  • Kindig, Lisa (2005) What pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers can learn about marketing from the automobile industry. Omnicom/Diversified Agency Services Annual Shared Learning Conference, Princeton, NJ.
  • Kindig, Lisa (2004) Maximizing qualitative insights through blended research methods. Chi Usability Engineering Northeastern Conference, Rochester, NY.
  • Kindig, Lisa (2003) Advances in qualitative technology and methodology: an update. Marketing Research Association Mid-Atlantic Conference, Philadelphia.
  • Kindig, Lisa. (2002) Compare and contrast: combining online and traditional methods to enhance qualitative studies. Quirk's Marketing Research Review, 16, 6, p. 24.
  • Kindig, Lisa (2001) Advances in qualitative technology and methodology. Marketing Research Association Mid-Atlantic Conference, Washington, D.C.
  • Kindig, L. and Bradford, D. (2002) A comparison of innovative qualitative methods: a U.S. case study. Book of papers from Consolidation or Renewal: European Society of Market Research World Congress 2002, Barcelona.
  • Kindig, L. and Bradford, D. (2002) A comparison of innovative qualitative methods: a U.S. case study. European Society of Market Research World Congress presentation, Barcelona.
  • Kindig, L. and Cowden, M. (2001) A comparison of innovative qualitative methods: Phase I preliminary findings. Qualitative Research Consultants Association Annual Conference, Chicago.
  • Kindig, L. and Haller, M. (2001) Qualitative content management: capture, sort, analyze and distribute qualitative information in electronic multi-media formats. Marketing Research Association Technology Forum, New Orleans.
  • Kindig, L. and Haller, M. (2001) Qualitative content management: an expert panel discussion. Advertising Research Foundation Week of Workshops, Chicago.
  • Kindig, L. and Schwartz, B. (2000) Innovations in qualitative research reporting. Qualitative Research Consultants Association Annual Conference, San Diego.
  • Sirockman, M., Kindig, L., DeSantis, C. and Casini, M. (2009) The effectiveness of branding. Next Generation Pharma, June, e-zine panel interview.
  • Walkowski, J., Kindig, L., Weber, D. and Esipova, N. (2000) Online qualitative research: Expert panel discussion. EXPLOR Forum, Chicago.