New Publication in Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology
Investigating Respondent Attention to Experimental Text Lengths by Tobias Rettig & Annelies Blom
New Publication in Survey Research Methods
Experimental Evidence on Panel Conditioning Effects when Increasing the Surveying Frequency in a Probability-Based Online Panel by Cornesse, Blom, Sohnius, González Ocanto, Rettig & Ungefucht
New Publication in Survey Research Methods
Memory Effects in Online Panel Surveys: Investigating Respondents’ Ability to Recall Responses from a Previous Panel Wave by Tobias Rettig & Bella Struminskaya
New Publication in Public Opinion Quarterly
How To Detect and Influence Looking Up Answers to Political Knowledge Questions in Web Surveys? by Gummer, Kunz, Rettig, & Höhne
New Publication in Survey Research Methods
Memory Effects: A Comparison Across Question Types by Rettig, Blom & Höhne
New Publication in Field Methods
What about the Less IT Literate? A Comparison of Different Postal Recruitment Strategies to an Online Panel of the General Population by Felderer & Herzing
New publication in Quality & Quantity
Differences in measurement quality depending on recall: results for a question about trust in the parliament by Revilla, Höhne, & Rettig
New publication in Social Science Computer Review
The Early Bird Catches the Worm! Setting a Deadline for Online Panel Recruitment Incentives by Friedel, Felderer, Krieger, Cornesse, & Blom
New publication in Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology
Split Questionnaire Designs for Online Surveys: The Impact of Module Construction on Imputation Quality by Axenfeld, Blom, Bruch, & Wolf
New publication in International Journal of Market Research
Measurement equivalence in probability and nonprobability online panels by Einarsson, Sakshaug, Cernat, Cornesse, & Blom