American Association for Public Opinion Research 2003-Aug-16 to 2003-Aug-17

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'How Do I Define Who I Am?' A Survey of Young People in Scandinavia
 Stenbjerre, Mads. and Skare Nielsen, Anne.

'Survey Says...': Opinion in Popular Culture
 Bowie, James.

'The Impact of Additional Callbacks on Response Distributions'
 Groeneman, Sid.

“Everybody’s Heard About It, But Did Anyone Actually See It? Campaign Advertising via the World Wide Web in Ohio”
 Downing, Kim.

“Trust in Government and Political Participation Among California Latinos 1998—2002”
 Cohen, Jonathan., Baldassare, Mark. and Kaimowitz Rodriguez, Eliana.


A Comparison between Using the Web and Using the Telephone to Survey Political Opinions.
 Forsman, Gosta. and Isaksson, Annica.

A Comparison of Binge Drinking Behaviors in 18 to 21 Year Old College Students and Non-Students in the NLSY97
 Dew, Dennis.

A Comparison of Minimally Balanced and Fully Balanced Forced Choice Items
 Krosnick, Jon., Shaeffer, Eric., Langer, Gary. and Merkle, Daniel.

A Content Analysis of the September 11, 2001 Terrorist Attacks in the Front Pages of Southern States Newspapers in the United States
 Zhang, Weiwu., Gotcher, Mike. and Kanervo, Ellen.

A Cross-National Framing Analysis of the September 11, 2001 Terrorist Attacks
 Dunn, Meredith. and Zhang, Weiwu.

A Different Take on the Deliberative Poll: Information, Deliberation and Attitude Constraint
 STURGIS, PATRICK., Roberts, Caroline. and ALLUM, NICHOLAS.

A Mode Test on a Sensitive Subject: Asking about a Person Who Died
 Clarridge, Brian., Moorhead, Jennifer., Casey, Virginia. and Teno, Joan.

A Perfect Storm in Institutional Confidence
 Airey, Jennifer., Rzeszut, Anne. and Gstalder, Carol.

A Review of AAPOR Standard Definitions for Response Rate Calculation and Reporting
 Daves, Robert.

A Review of Statistics to Evaluate Poll Accuracy
 Martin, Elizabeth., Praugott, Michael. and Kennedy, Courtney.

A Spiral of Silence in the 2002 German Federal Elections and the Role of Public Opinion Research in Opinion Formation in Election Campaigns
 Petersen, Thomas.

A comparison of the effects of four study designs on data quality: preparing for the National Asthma Survey
 O\'Connor, Kathleen.

A measure of socio-economic status obtained from 15 year olds - can it be trusted?
 Gill, Baljit.

A system for classifying survey questions: Preliminary results and considerations
 Bridges, Michael., Beach, Scott., Musa, Donald. and Schlarb, Janet.

Achieving high response rates on web-based surveys of post-secondary students
 Nichols, Bronwyn. and Ghadialy, Rashna.

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Bart Simpson, Edna Krabappel or Principal Skinner: Whom should we believe when measuring the school’s behavioral climate?
 Miller, Amanda.

Bilingual Interviewer Selection in ATUS Cognitive Interviewing: Can we trust learned bilingual interviewers to do their jobs as well as native bilingual speakers?
 Sha, Man-chi Mandy. and Haggerty, Catherine.

Black Cities/White Cities: Evaluating the Public Schools
 Howell, Susan., Vile, Matthew. and Perry, Huey.

Black Respondents' Prejudice Towards Whites
 wilson, david.

Blaming the Victims: Mistrust of Medical & Behavioral Researchers by American Minorities
 Divale, William.

Both Close Together and Far Apart: Addressing the Challenges of Co-location and Off-site Management in the Los Angeles Latino Eye Study
 John, Lisa., Tucker, Karen. and Preciado, Michael.


CMOR's National Survey to Help Build an Advertising Campaign to Motivate Survey Response
 Shepard, Jane. and Lavrakas, Paul.

Can America Trust the Deeply Religious? A New Question to Help Answer an Old Question
 Farkas, Steve.

Can What We Don’t Know (about “Don’t Know”) Hurt Us?: Effects of Item Non-response.
 Thomas, Randall., Lafond, Rachel., Behnke, Susan. and Krosnick, Jon.

Can the American Community Survey Replace the Decennial Census Long Form?
 Griffin, Deborah., Love, Susan. and Obenski, Sally.

Can we trust international comparisons - what happens when you look deeper?
 Carey, Siobhan Bernadette.

Can we trust prison inmates to tell the truth in surveys?
 Singleton, Nicola. and Farrell, Michael.

Can we trust respondents to do their best?
 Carey, Siobhan Bernadette.

Can you Trust your Data when Telephone Response Rates are So Low?
 Selzer, J.. and Birnberg, Dana.

Can you judge a questionnaire by its cover?
 Gendall, Phil.

Changes in Trust of Financial Institutions and Professionals
 Cohen, Larry.

Changes in the Volume and Composition of RDD Telephone Survey Dial Attempts
 son, juyeon. and Gwartney, Patricia.

Changing foundations of a governor's support: Media, political trust and the economy
 Kosicki, Gerald. and Yuan, YangYang.

Changing of the Guard: Mayors, Race, Engagement, and Efficacy
 Gallup-Black, Adria.

Characteristics of Non-Responders
 Shaw, Thomas.

Checks, Telephone Cards, and Point-of-Sale Cards: Findings on Survey Response Incentives for a Low-Income Population
 Mitchell, Susan., LaMothe, Colette. and Potter, Frank.

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 Ernst, Michelle., Rasinski, Kenneth. and Haggerty, Catherine.

Data Quality of Refusal Conversions and Call-Backs
 Krosnick, Jon., Miller, Joanne. and Wedeking, Justin.

Dealing with Distributions of Behavior Frequencies – an Example with Alcohol Use
 Peytcheva, Emilia. and Peytchev, Andy.

Deliberative Foreign Policy Opinions on the Verge of War: Evidence from the 2003 National Issues Convention
 Brady, Henry., Luskin, Robert. and Fishkin, James.

Demographic Characteristics as Indicators of Performance on the Spanish Language Skills Assessment
 Quiroz, Rosanna.

Design and Implementation of a Multimode Web Survey
 Wine, Jennifer., Cominole, Melissa., Carwile, Stephanie. and Perry, Kristin.

Determining the probability of selection for a telephone household in a random digit dial sample design is becoming increasingly more difficult.
 Triplett, Timothy. and Abi-Habib, Natalie.

Developing a Strategy for Sampling U.S. Mobile Phone Users Based on European Models
 Buskirk, Trent. and Callegaro, Mario.

Development of a Question to Measure Respondents¡¦ Attainment of Vocational Certificates: Results of Cognitive Testing
 Fisher, Sylvia.

Did the 9/11 Terrorist Attacks Accelerate RDD Refusal Rates? A California Observation.
 DiSogra, Charles., Grant, David., Robison, Greg., Hoegh, Holly. and Davis, Bonnie.

Differences in Mode of Questionnaire Administration: Self-Administered Web vs. CATI/CAPI
 Carley-Baxter, Lisa.

Differences in the Political Attitudes and Behavior of Cell and Land Line Telephone Users
 Traugott, Michael. and Joo, Sung-Hee.

Discussion_Media@Trust.Community: The Effects of Interpersonal Communication Networks and Media Use on Trust
 Nah, Seungahn., Deshpande, Sameer., McCluskey, Michael., Hillback, Elliott., Pan, Zhongdang., Shah, Dhavan. and McLeod, Douglas.

Do 'Knowledgeable' Respondents Really Know More? A Comparison of Parent and Teen Reports of Teen Spending
 Olson, Kristen.

Does Educating Respondents Change Answers?…..Cognitive Issues Surrounding Informed Consent for Genetic Research
 Clarridge, Brian.

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Eating Your Cake and Having It: Reconciling Neo-Realism and Liberal Internati
 Rojecki, Andrew.

Educational Attainment and Vocational/Technical Training: Questionnaire Design and Data Quality
 Chan, Anna. and Moore, Jeffrey.

Effect of Incentives on Data Collection: A Record of Calls Analysis of the National Survey on Drug Use and Health
 Butler, Dicy., Wright, Douglas., Chromy, James., Meyer, Martin., Granger, Rebecca, A. and Martin, Peilan.

Effects of Columbine and 9/11 on Trust and Perceptions of Safety
 Teitler, Julien. and Reichman, Nancy.

Effects of Panel Attrition on Survey Results
 Dennis, John.

Effects of a $30 Incentive on Response Rates and Costs in the 2002 National Survey on Drug Use and Health
 Kennet, Joel. and Gfroerer, Joe.

Effects of sponsor identity and perceived data security on response rates and data quality
 Levin, Kerry., O\'Brien, Jennifer., Wang, Andrew., Shipp, Stephanie., Davis, Bryan. and Gordon, Adrian.

Effects of the September 11th, 2001 Terrorist Attacks on Nonresponse in the National Survey on Drug Use and Health
 McNeeley, Madeline., Butler, Dicy. and Frechtel, Peter.

Election 2000, Civic Culture, and Media: Media Mobilization and Demobilization
 Shah, Dhavan., Schmierbach, Michael., Eveland, William. and Kwak, Nojin.

Electronic Voting Machines – A Comparison Applying the Principles of Computer-human Interaction and Computer-assisted Questionnaires Design
 Callegaro, Mario. and Peytcheva, Emilia.

Enhancing the Validity and Cross-cultural Comparability of Measurement in Survey Research
 King, Gary., Murray, Christopher., Salomon, Joshua. and Tandon, Ajay.

Environmental Concerns of African American Parents in Tampa, Florida
 Harper, Kimberly.

Evaluating Unit Nonresponse Rates in Web Surveys – A Meta Study
 Vehovar, Vasja., Dolnicar, Vesna., Lozar, Katja. and Koren, Gasper.

Evaluating Various Methods of Standard Error Estimation for Use with the Current Population Survey’s Public Use Data
 Davern, Michael., Davidson, Gestur. and Lepkowski, James.

Evaluating the Cultural Equivalence of the Medicare CAHPS® Fee-for-Service Survey
 Bann, Carla., Iannacchione, Vincent. and Sekscenski, Edward.

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Factors Related to Increasing Education and Favorable Public Opinion Toward Skin Cancer Prevention Behaviors
 Andsager, Julie. and Bolls, Paul.

Finding a Way Forward: Building Confidence in a Shared Future in Brcko District
 Bell, Janice.

Finding the Needle In the Non-Profit Haystack: Assessing Contact Results for a Telephone Survey of Non-Profit Organizations
 Wright, Mareena., Levin, Kerry., Hubbell, Katie. and Jones, Rachel.

Forcing respondents to make a choice provides better data: Do you agree, disagree, or are you not sure?
 Parsons, Jennifer., Warnecke, Richard., Smith, Robert. and Cokkinides, Vilma.

Framing Public Discussion of Gay Civil Unions
 Price, Vincent., Nir, Lilach. and Cappella, Joseph.


Gender Differentiation and Cross-Cultural Variations in Measures of Psychological Political Engagement:The Role of Interviewer Effects
 Banducci, Susan.

Gender and Racial Attitudes: A Cross National Study
 Hughes, Michael. and Tuch, Steven.

Gender and Racial Differences in Prejudging High-Profile Cases: The Impact of the Race of the Defendant and the Characteristics of the Case on Respondent Choices
 Ross, Robert. and Bronson, Edward.

Gender, Culture, and Knowledge: A Cross-National Examination of Cultural Determinants of Gender Disparities in Political Knowledge
 Canache, Damarys., Mondak, Jeffery. and Stewart, Kristin.

General Views of Government, 'Blame' for Difficulties and Electoral Politics
 Ferree, Jr., G.

Geographies of Trust: Explaining Inter-city Variation in Trust Using Hierarchical Linear Modeling (HLM)
 Rahn, Wendy.

Getting Around Privacy Managers
 De Pinto, Jennifer. and Zou, Jinghua.

Getting the Job Done?: Party Images and Elections in Post-9/11 America
 Salvanto, Anthony.

Go With the Flow: Cognitive Testing of a Multi-mode, Multi-Agency Survey about Drinking Water
 Wilson, Barbara., Kamimoto, Laurie., Whitaker, Karen., Williams, Melonie., Dockins, Chris., Kim, Henry., Posnick, Lauren. and Canfield, Beth.


 Solop, Frederic. and Wonders, Nancy.

 Losh, Susan_Carol., Tavani, Christopher., Wilke, Ryan. and Njoroge, Rose.

Have Florida’s Election Problems Been Solved? Voter Attitudes and Behavior in Jacksonville, Florida, November 2002
 oldakowski, ray.

House Effects in a Telephone Survey
 Mariolis, Peter. and Graber, Judith.

How Does Ranking Rate?: A Comparison of Ranking and Rating Tasks.
 Krosnick, Jon., Thomas, Randall. and Shaeffer, Eric.

How Students Identify Gangs at School: An Analysis of Multiple Gang Identification Questions in the 1995 SCS/NCVS
 Scott, Leslie. and Ruddy, Sally.

How important is response rate?
 Ehrlich, Nathaniel.

How much can you trust the answers you get using cognitive interviews?
 Rho, Christine. and Sangster, Roberta.

How to Conceptualize Attitude Strength How to Measure it in Surveys: A View from the Psychological Trenches
 Krosnick, Jon., Visser, Penny. and Holbrook, Allyson.

How web surveys differ from other kinds of user interfaces
 Schober, Michael., Conrad, Frederick. and Ehlen, Patrick.


Identifying the Sources of Non-Response Rates in NLS Pension Plan Questions
 Dashen, Monica.

Impact of Callbacks and Field Period on Response Rates and Representativeness
 Ferree, Jr., G.

Impact of Changes in the Telephone Environment on RDD Telephone Surveys
 Murray, Mary., Cardoni, Jessica., Foster, Erin., Becker, Chris., Buckley, Paul. and Cynamon, Marcie.

Implementing a Web Survey Administration System at the GAO
 Feldesman, Alice.

Improving Response Rates for the BRFSS: Use of Lead Letters and Answering Machine Messages
 Link, Michael., Mokdad, Ali., Town, Machelle., Roe, David. and Triplett, Suzanne.

Improving the Validity of Self-Reports of Cancer Screening Behaviors
 Johnson, Timothy., O\'Rourke, Diane., Burris, Jane. and Warnecke, Richard.

In government we trust: exchanging information for public health services
 McCoy, Marice.

Incentive Effects in the Age of Anthrax: Experimental Results for Mail Questionnaires
 Silvaggio, Anthony. and Gwartney, Patricia.

Individual Differences in Willingness to Self Censor
 Hayes, Andrew, F., Shanahan, James., Glynn, Carroll. and Uldall, Brian.

Interaction between learning and fatigue effects in surveys
 Marton, Krisztina.

Interest, Knowledge, and Elections
 Kretschmer, Matthias.

Interpersonal Trust and Civic Engagement
 Murray, Patrick. and Sand, Kelly.

Interviewer and Respondent Behavioral Sequences that Predict Consents versus HUDIs
 Downey-Sargent, Kathy. and O\'Hare, Barbara.

Interviewing Uncooperative and Hard-to-Reach Respondents:Is It Worth the Effort?
 Outwater, Mary. and Fuse, Kana.

Interviews of Leaseholders in Chicago's Housing Authority: A Comparison of Data Collected by Public Housing Residents and Non-Public Housing Residents
 Haggerty, Catherine. and O\'Muircheartaigh, Colm.

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Judicial Attitudes Toward Polling as Evidenced by Rulings In Connecticut Change of Venue Capital Felony Murder Trials
 Brackett, April., Barnes, Chris. and Dautrich, Dr. Kenneth.

Justice or “Just Us?” Perceived Racial Bias in the Criminal Justice System
 Johnson, Devon.


Language of Contact, Nonresponse, and Measurement Error in a Multimode National Language Enumeration Survey
 Dolson, Tim., Coser, Natalie., Lavrakas, Paul., Bell, Scott. and Keesling, Randy.

Legal Problems, Legal Needs: The Legal Assistance Gap Facing Lower Income People in New Jersey
 Srivastava, Anjali. and Miller, Jr., Melville.


Maintaining trust: How to protect the privacy and confidentiality of survey respondents.
 Speizer, Howard., Diponio, Tony. and Miller, Bob.

Mapping Public Perceptions of Globalization: A Framework of Audience Frames
 Nisbet, Erik. and Shanahan, James.

Measuring Customer Satisfaction with a Salient Event: An Experimental Design Analyzing the Impact of Self-Administered Survey Mode and Personalized Visual Images
 Schuldt, Richard. and McDevitt, Paul.

Measuring Party Identification: The Effect of Question Wording
 Jones, Jeffrey. and Moore, David.

Measuring Visual Political Knowledge
 Prior, Markus.

Measuring sensitive information through personal interviews
 Cotugno, Harry. and Wood, Leonard.

Measuring the Effectiveness of a Public Relations Based Education Campaign in Florida
 Hueber, Graham., Rockland, David., Rayburn, Jay. and Dunleavy, Mary Elizabeth.

Measuring the Frequency of Regular Behaviors: Comparing the “Typical Week” to the “Past Week”
 Chang, LinChiat. and Krosnick, Jon.

Media Exposure and Public Attitudes Toward Mental Illness: Cultivation and the Third-Person Effect
 Diefenbach, Donald. and West, Mark.

Methodological issues in Web data collection of ego-centered networks
 Vehovar, Vasja., Lozar Manfreda, Katja., Koren, Gasper. and Hlebec, Valentina.

Mode Effects in Web-enabled, Telephone and Face-to-Face Foreign Policy Surveys
 Wolford, Monica. and Kull, Steven.

Modeling the Cognitive Processing of Drug Use Questions
 Johnson, Timothy. and Fendrich, Michael.


Name that Race: Using Names to Predict Ethnicity and Race
 grigorian, karen. and Sokolowski, John.

New Democrats and New Republicans: Changes in Partisan Attitudes over 15 Years of the Times Mirror/Pew Research Center Values Study
 Dimock, Michael., Keeter, Scott. and Craighill, Peyton.


On the Importance of Importance: An Examination of Weighting Evaluation Ratings with Importance Ratings.
 Krosnick, Jon., Thomas, Randall., Powell, Ellie., Lafond, Rachel. and Behnke, Susan.

On the Over-Report Bias of the National Election Survey
 McDonald, Michael.

Opinion Polling and Trust in the Democratic Process
 Croft, Vivienne. and Preece, Alun.

Optimizing Call Strategies in RDD: Differential Nonresponse Bias and Costs in REACH 2010
 Murphy, Whitney., O\'Muircheartaigh, Colm., Harter, Rachel. and Emmons, Carol.


 Noble, Iain.

Parsing the Polls: A View from the Trenches
 Langer, Gary.

Part-Whole Question-Order Effects in a Quality of Life Survey
 Beach, Scott., Bridges, Michael. and Musa, Donald.

Partials and Breakoffs and Geographic Region in the National Health Interview Survey, 2000-2002
 Stussman, Barbara., Taylor, Beth. and Riddick, Howard.

Partipation in Online Surveys: Results from a Series of Experiments
 Smith, Renee. and Kiniorski, Kerri.

Partnering with a Newspaper to Assess Community Opinion Online
 Downs, Phillip. and Lindley, Mary Anne.

Patriotism and Political Socialization: Young Adults' Perspectives on the Anniversary of 9-11
 Horowitz, Edward. and Wanstrom, Johan.

Patterns of Response in a Mail Survey of Dentists
 Porter, Colleen., Duncan, R. Paul. and Tomar, Scott.

Perceived Scientific Consensus and Environmental Public Opinion: The Case of Global Warming
 Brittle, Christine.

Perceptions and Purchasing of the Phrase "God Bless America"
 Bodle, John.

Personality Type as a Predictor of Interviewer Performance
 Abbott, Christina., Yost, Berwood., Harding, Jennifer. and Francis, Shelley-Ann.

Political party preferences of U.S. Hispanics: The role of religion and demographics
 Keysar, Ariela., Kosmin, Barry. and Mayer, Egon.

Polling in the Governor's Race in California
 DiCamillo, Mark., Baldassare, Mark. and Pinkus, Susan.

Polling in the US Senets Race in Minnesota
 Daves, Robert. and Coker, Brad.

Polls, Election Outcomes and Sources of Error
 Franklin, Charles.

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Question Wording Regulates Response Order Effects In Categorical Questions Presented Orally: The Impact of Warnings to Wait and Illusory Endings
 Krosnick, Jon., Holbrook, Allyson., Moore, David. and Tourangeau, Roger.


RDD vs. Listed: An Experimental Study of Coverage Error, Costs, and Non-response in a Statewide Telephone Survey
 Guterbock, Thomas., Hartman, David. and Hubbard, Ryan.

Race, Political Trust and the 2000 Election
 Fine, Terri.

Racial Resentment and White Opposition to Race-Conscious Programs: Principles or Prejudice?
 Feldman, Stanley. and Huddy, Leonie.

Racial and Ethnic Variations in Attitudes about Genetic Testing
 Singer, Eleanor., Antonucci, Toni. and Van Hoewyk, John.

Rally Events and Presidential Approval - An Update
 Hugick, Larry. and Engle, Margie.

Ramifications of the Counter-Terrorism Campaign for Americans' Attitudes Toward International Affairs
 Richman, Alvin.

Rates of Survey Completion and Resource Use at Each Step of a Dillman-style Multi-Modal Survey
 Hassol, Andrea., Rodriguez, Brenda., Harrison, Holly., Jarmon, Ricki. and Zhang, Nancy.

Rationalization and Derivation Processes in the 2000 Presidential Election - New Evidence About the Determinants of Citizens' Vote Choices
 Krosnick, Jon., Pfent, Alison. and Courser, Matthew.

Recent Response Rates Changes on the Surveys of Consumers
 Curtin, Richard., Singer, Eleanor. and Presser, Stanley.

Recruiting Health Care Facilities: Barriers Encountered and Lessons Learned
 John, Lisa., Egel, John., Kiser, Patrick. and Liesmann, Jaime.

Reflecting Audience Characteristics: The Influence of In-depth Reporting on Newspaper Credibility
 Cates, Joan., Covert, Juanita., Hust, Stacey. and Mollazade, Ayna.

Reformatting a self-administered questinnaire based on item non-response
 Chevarley, Frances.

Refusal Conversion and Response Bias in the 2001 California Health Interview Survey
 Yen, Wei., DiSogra, Charles. and Grant, David.

Reinvigorating Democracy: Generating Social Capital and Political Participation on the Internet
 Best, Samuel. and Dautrich, Dr. Kenneth.

Relationship between Survey Questions, Newsgroup Content, and Mainstream News Coverage
 Fan, David.

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Scheduling calls for refusal conversion in an RDD survey
 Edwards, Sherman.

Self-Evaluation as a Predictor of Source Credibility and Subsequent Third-Person Estimates
 White, H.. and Andsager, Julie.

Social Desirability and Faulty Memory in Vote Over-Reporting: A Cross-National Comparison of the American and British Electorates
 McCutcheon, Allan., Belli, Robert. and Tian, Yongbin.

Staff-Generated Newspaper Content: Does Quality Matter to Readers?
 O\'Connell, Michael., Wong, W. Joann., Frith, Cary. and Kwami, Janet.

State Health Insurance Coverage Estimates: Why State-Survey Estimates Differ From the Current Population Survey
 Davern, Michael., Call, Kathleen., Blewett, Lynn. and Beebe, Tim.

Strategies for retaining respondents in long-term panel surveys: A series of experiments
 Olsen, Randall. and Walker, James.

Survey Documentation: On the Path to Enlightenment
 waugh, shawna.

Survey Evidence in Court: What It Takes To Get Through The Gate
 Jay, E. Deborah.

Survey Letters: Message Sent, Message Received?
 Landreth, Ashley.

Survey Research and Secondary Meaning: The Case of Colour Trademarks
 Gendall, Phil. and Hoek, Janet.

Survey Response Rate Reporting in the Professional Literature
 Johnson, Timothy. and Owens, Linda.

Survey content foreknowledge and response rate
 Ehrlich, Nathaniel.

Survey of Cell Phone Users: Identifying Cell Phone Only Households
 Jones, Lester. and Ames, Dan.

Surveying Hispanic American Populations
 Hagen, Kristi. and Mottek-Lucas, Anne.

Surveying Urban Public Transit Riders: Addressing the Challenges
 Blash, Lisel. and Rogers, John.

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THe Effects of Graphics, Symbols, Numbers and Words on Answers to Self-Administered Questionnairesw: Results from 18 Experimental Comparisons
 Dillman, Don. and Christian, Leah.

 Bucuvalas, Michael., Morgan, Mark. and Galea, Sandro.

 Bucuvalas, Michael., Morgan, Mark., Schlesigner, Mark. and Gray, Bradford.

Telephone Center Interviewer Recruitment Alternatives
 Noedel, Nancy.

Telescoping Events in Student Surveys on Victimization
 Planty, Mike.

Test and Retest: Analyzing Survey Research Challenges
 Andolina, Molly., Zukin, Cliff., Keeter, Scott. and Jenkins, Krista.

Test of an Alternative Form to Agree/Disagree Items: Development of a Health Locus of Control Scale
 Gallagher, Patricia. and Fowler, Jr., Floyd (Jack).

The American Public and the Crises with Iraq and North Korea
 Kull, Steven.

The Challenge of Election Projection in “Bottom of the Ticket” Races
 Rademacher, Eric.

The Effect of Data Collection Modality on Students’ Foreign Language Survey
 Shieh, Yann-Yann.

The Effect of Method of Delivery and Response Propensity on Response to a Non-response Follow-up to the Medicare Satisfaction Survey
 Dimitropoulos, Linda., Campbell, Larry. and Iannacchione, Vincent.

The Effect of Partial Incentive Pre-Payments on Telephone Survey Response Rates
 Robbins, Todd., Demarco, Donna. and Patterson, Rhiannon.

The Effect of a Pre-paid and Promised Incentive on Response Rate
 O\'Hare, Barbara. and Frederick, Christina.

The Effects of Cash, Electronic, and Paper Gift Certificates as Respondent
 Birnholtz, Jeremy., Horn, Daniel., Finholt, Thomas. and Bae, Sung Joo.

The Effects of Differential Incentives on Completion Rates: A Telephone Survey Experiment with Low Income Respondents
 Markesich, Jason. and Kovac, Martha.

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Understanding Campaign Dynamics
 Franklin, Charles.

Understanding the Process of Refusal Conversion in Telephone Survey Research: A Preliminary Study
 Xie, Dong.

Use and non-use of clarification features in web surveys
 Conrad, Frederick., Couper, Mick., Tourangeau, Roger. and Baker, Reg.

Using Internet-Based Surveys With Physicians, What Works and What Doesn't Work
 Schneiderman, Mindy., Thran, Sara., Adams, Claire. and Lerner, Belle.

Using Latent Class and CHAID Models to Develop Meaningful Segments from Survey Data
 Magidson, Jay.

Using RGI (Respondent Generated Interval) to gather factual information in a web survey
 Lusinchi, Dominic.

Using an Instructional Web Site for Respondents to Improve Response Quality
 Lai, Jennie., Shuttles, Chuck. and Trussell, Norman.


Validating Self-Reports of Socially Desirable Behaviors
 Burris, Jane., Johnson, Timothy. and O\'Rourke, Diane.

Validations in Web-based Surveys
 Peytchev, Andy. and Crawford, Scott.

Volunteering Trends Among Young Adults
 Regnier, Michael. and Planty, Mike.


We Know Where You Live? GIS in a City Satisfaction Survey
 Horner, Lewis R..

Web Experiment: Examining the Effect of Error Prompting on Item Nonresponse and Survey Nonresponse
 Mooney, Geraldine., Rogers, Barbara. and Trunzo, Deborah.

Web Survey Design: Comparing Static and Interactive Survey Instruments
 Nyiri, Zsolt. and Clark, Rich.

Web vs. IVR: Mode Effects in Structured Interviews Utilizing Rating Scales
 Yang, Yongwei., Bhola, Dennison. and Callegaro, Mario.

What Affects Public Loyalty to President?
 Mayur, Raghavan., Sherlock, Clare. and Koudinova, Tatiana.

What Factors Affect Establishment Respondents¡¦ Decision To Participate In Government Surveys?
 Fisher, Sylvia. and Rho, Christine.

What Surveys, Censuses, and Political Polls Mean to Respondents
 Leiserowitz, Anthony. and Gwartney, Patricia.

What They See Is What We Get: Response Options for Web Surveys
 Conrad, Frederick., Couper, Mick., Crawford, Scott. and Tourangeau, Roger.

What do you do?': Occupational Coding versus Respondent Self-Classification of Occupation Status
 Farrar, Isabel.

When Respondents Know Too Much: Limitations of Web Surveys for Electoral Research

Why do people watch what they do not trust? Need for cognition as a moderator in the association between news skepticism and exposure
 Tsfati, Yariv.

Why do respondents provide vague answers to open-ended, categorical questions?
 Dashen, Monica.

Would Social Isolation Theory Explain Teacher Participation in Surveys
 Chun, Young. and Scott, Leslie.


Yes, People with Disabilities Probably Are in Your Sample: Methodological Issues and Strategies for Including them Effectively
 Kirchner, Corinne.

Young Adults Tobacco Use Patterns: Analysis of 2000 National Health Interview Survey
 Chang, Moh Yin.
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