Rudy Professor Emeritus David Heise of Indiana University's Department of Sociology is a past editor of Sociological Methodology and of Sociological Methods & Research. His methodological research ranges from issues in quantitative modeling to computer applications in qualitative research. His substantive research focuses on the affective and logical foundations of social interaction—in particular, Affect Control Theory and Event Structure Analysis. Heise's publications include books—Causal Analysis, Understanding Events, Analyzing Social Interaction—and two essays in the Encyclopedia of Sociology, one on Affect Control Theory and Impression Formation, the other on Qualitative Models. Heise also has published more than sixty articles in research journals.