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Vol 7, No 5 (2014) The Questionnaire Looks Self Explanatory, so to Save Time I’ll Just Skip the Skip Instructions Abstract   HTML   PDF
Michael Roszkowski, Miguel Glatzer, Miguel Glatzer, Margot Soven
Vol 2, No 7 (2009) The Rapid Growth of Permanent Mail Ballot Registration in California and its Impact Details   PDF   HTML
Mark DiCamillo
Vol 9, No 5 (2016) The relationship between linkage refusal and selected health conditions of survey respondents Abstract   PDF   HTML
Judith Weissman, Jennifer D Parker, Donna M Miller, Eric A Miller, Renee M Gindi
Vol 8, No 6 (2015) The Role of Automated SMS Text Messaging in Survey Research Abstract   PDF   HTML
Nina DePena Hoe, Heidi E Grunwald
Vol 6, No 2 (2013) The Smart(Phone) Way to Collect Survey Data Abstract   PDF   HTML
Carey Stapleton
Vol 9, No 3 (2016) The Use of Vignettes in Evaluating Asian Language Questionnaire Items Abstract   PDF   HTML
Mandy Sha
Vol 4, No 6 (2011) Three Schools of Thought on “Public Opinion” Measures Details   HTML   PDF
David W. Moore
Vol 6, No 2 (2013) To Click, Type, or Drag? Evaluating Speed of Survey Data Input Methods Abstract   PDF   HTML
Jason A Husser, Kenneth E. Fernandez
Vol 2, No 9 (2009) Topology of the Landline Telephone Sampling Frame Details   PDF   HTML
Mansour Fahimi, Dale Kulp, David Malarek
Vol 5, No 4 (2012) Toward Understanding Response Sequence in Check-All-That-Apply Web Survey Questions: A Research Note with Results from Client-Side Paradata and Implications for Smartphone Question Design Details   HTML   PDF
Michael J. Stern, Ipek Bilgen, Bryan D. Rookey
Vol 4, No 3 (2011) Towards Usage of Avatar Interviewers in Web Surveys Details   PDF   HTML
Lawrence A Malakhoff, Matt Jans
Vol 5, No 4 (2012) Tracking sample members in longitudinal studies Details   HTML   PDF
Lisa Calderwood
Vol 8 (2015): Special Issue: Survey Research & Methodology Training Training for the Modern Survey Statistician Abstract   HTML   PDF
Stanislav (Stas) Kolenikov
Vol 8 (2015): Special Issue: Survey Research & Methodology Training Training Needs in Survey Research Methods: An Overview Abstract   HTML   PDF
Barbara O'Hare, Matt Jans, Stanislav (Stas) Kolenikov
Vol 2, No 8 (2009) Transparency Initiative Details   PDF   HTML
John Kennedy
Vol 9, No 3 (2016) Trends in Telephone Outcomes, 2008 - 2015 Abstract   PDF   HTML
David Dutwin, Paul Lavrakas
Vol 7, No 1 (2014) Two better than one: The use of a mixed-mode data collection to improve the electoral forecast Details   PDF   HTML ()
Vidal Díaz de Rada, Sara Pasadas del Amo
Vol 3, No 1 (2010) Undergraduate Education in Public Opinion Details   PDF   HTML
Thomas R Marshall
Vol 8, No 3 (2015) Understanding Participation in a Web-Based Measurement Burst Design: Response Metrics and Predictors of Participation Abstract   PDF   HTML
Jamie Griffin, Megan E. Patrick
Vol 2, No 6 (2009) Understanding Respondent Driven Sampling from a Total Survey Error Perspective Details   PDF   HTML
Sunghee Lee
Vol 1, No 1 (2008) Understanding the Meaning of the “Mood of the Country” Details   PDF   HTML
George F Bishop, Stephen T Mockabee
Vol 7, No 2 (2014) Undisclosed privacy. The effect of privacy rights design on response rates. Details   HTML   PDF
Roos Van der Haer, Nadine Meidert
Vol 1, No 4 (2008) Universal Design for Web Surveys: Practical Guidelines Details   PDF   HTML ()
Holly Matulewicz, Jeff Coburn
Vol 2, No 9 (2009) Using a Seeded Sample to Measure Response among Homeschooling Households Details   PDF   HTML
Stacey Bielick, Lina Guzman, Astrid Atienza, Andrew Rivers
Vol 5, No 4 (2012) Using an alternative to "most knowledgeable adult" as a selection rule for proxy reporters in a child health survey Details   HTML   PDF
Donna Eisenhower, Stephen Immerwahr, Tara Merry, Andy Weiss
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