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Vol 8, No 3 (2015) Assessing the cognitive validity of the Women’s Empowerment in Agriculture Index instrument in the Haiti Multi-Sectoral Baseline Survey Abstract   PDF   HTML
Kiersten Blair Johnson, Pablo Diego-Rosell
 
Vol 10, No 1 (2017) Assessing the Use of a Pre-Field Screening Service to Identify Nonworking Cellphone Numbers in Ohio Abstract   PDF   HTML
Marcus E Berzofsky, Kimberly C Peterson, Howard Speizer, Bo Lu, Timothy Sahr
 
Vol 9, No 3 (2016) Attrition when dropping CAPI from a CATI/CAPI panel survey Abstract   PDF   HTML
Oliver Lipps, Florence Lebert
 
Vol 9, No 5 (2016) Availability of Respondent Provided Financial Records to Supplement Self-Reports of Household Expenditures Abstract   PDF   HTML
Emily Geisen, Charles Lau, M. Christopher Stringer, Jennifer Edgar, Brandon Kopp, Ashley Richards
 
Vol 1, No 2 (2008) Barriers to Survey Participation among Older Adults in the National Survey on Drug Use and Health: The Importance of Establishing Trust Details   PDF   HTML
Joe Murphy, Michael Schwerin, Joe Eyerman, Joel Kennet
 
Vol 9, No 2 (2016) Behavior Coding Using Computer Assisted Audio Recording: Findings from a Pilot Test Abstract   PDF   HTML
Joanne Pascale
 
Vol 4, No 5 (2011) Benefits—and Costs—of a Multi-Mode Survey of Recent College Graduates Details   PDF   HTML
David Crow, Martin Johnson, Robert Hanneman
 
Vol 1, No 2 (2008) Bias in List-Assisted 100-Series RDD Sampling Details   PDF   HTML ()
Mansour Fahimi, J Michael Brick
 
Vol 7, No 4 (2014) Billing Zip Codes in Cellular Telephone Sampling Abstract   HTML   PDF
David Dutwin
 
Vol 1, No 4 (2008) Call for Papers Details   PDF   HTML
John Kennedy
 
Vol 7, No 5 (2014) Can Interviewer Behaviors During ACASI Affect Data Quality? Abstract   HTML   PDF
Brady Thomas West, Emilia Peytcheva
 
Vol 6, No 4 (2013) Can Mobile Web Surveys Be Taken on Computers? A Discussion on a Multi-Device Survey Design Abstract   HTML   PDF
Marika de Bruijne, Arnaud Wijnant
 
Vol 2, No 5 (2009) Can Survey Respondents with Visual Deficits Complete My Web Survey? Details   PDF   HTML
Lawrence A Malakhoff
 
Vol 3, No 1 (2010) Can Your Spouse Accurately Report Your Activities? An Examination of Proxy Reporting Details   PDF   HTML
Tim Triplett
 
Vol 2, No 9 (2009) Cell Phone Mainly Households: Coverage and Reach for Telephone Surveys Using RDD Landline Samples Details   PDF   HTML
John M Boyle, Faith Lewis, Brian Tefft
 
Vol 2, No 7 (2009) Cell Phone-Only Households: A Good Target for Internet Surveys? Details   PDF   HTML
Nancy Bates
 
Vol 4, No 5 (2011) Cell-to-Landline Cost Ratios for RDD Surveys of Rare Populations Details   PDF   HTML
Benjamin Skalland
 
Vol 2, No 4 (2009) Changes to Survey Practice Details   PDF   HTML
John Kennedy
 
Vol 2, No 7 (2009) Characteristics of Cell Phone Only, Listed, and Unlisted Telephone Households Details   PDF   HTML
John Tarnai, Danna L Moore, Marion Schultz
 
Vol 10, No 4 (2017) Characteristics of the Population of Internet Panel Members Abstract   HTML   PDF
John M Boyle, Tala H Fakhouri, Naomi Freedner-Maguire, Ronaldo Iachan
 
Vol 9, No 1 (2016) Collecting Data from mHealth Users via SMS Surveys: A Case Study in Kenya Abstract   PDF   HTML
Douglas Johnson
 
Vol 2, No 6 (2009) Combining Data from Probability and Non- Probability Samples Using Pseudo-Weights Details   PDF   HTML
Michael R Elliot
 
Vol 2, No 6 (2009) Combining Probability and Non-Probability Sampling Methods: Model-Aided Sampling and the O*NET Data Collection Program Details   PDF   HTML
Marcus Berzofsky, Rick Williams, Paul Biemer
 
Vol 5, No 1 (2012) Comment on David Moore’s “What Single Polls and Their Marginals Tell Us (Or Not!)”* Details   HTML   PDF
Howard Schuman
 
Vol 2, No 1 (2009) Comments on Boyle et al. Article Details   PDF   HTML
Mansour Fahimi, Dale Kulp, J. Michael Brick
 
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