American Association For Public Opinion Association 2005-May-11 to 2005-May-15

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"The less you know the more you chat: General political knowledge as a predictor of online chat room use"
 Hidaka, Masaki .

(Inter) Net Gain? Experiments to increase web based response
 Tourkin, Steve., Cox, Shawna., Parmer, Randy. and Zukerberg, Andrew.

“Did Ballot Order Matter at ‘The Epicenter’?” : An Evaluation of Candidate Ballot Order Effects in the 2004 Ohio Elections
 Rademacher, Eric., Minser, Jason. and Downing, Kim.

“The Art of Associating”: The Central Role of Peers in Civic Life
 Klofstad, Casey.


A Brain is Terrible Thing to Lose: Locating U.S.-Educated Foreign Nationals Intending to Live Abroad
 Seward, Lauren., Herrmann, Angela. and Hoffer, Tom.

A Cognitive Tool to Predict How Well Respondents Perform Survey-Related Tasks
 Gwartney, Patricia A..

A Comparison of Presidential Candidate Vote Intention Measures in U.S. Elections
 Thomas, Randall., Krane, David., Sanders, Mitchell. and Behnke, Susan.

A Comparison of RDD and Listed Sampling in a National 32-Night Tracking Poll
 Merkle, Daniel., Langer, Gary. and Lambert, David.

A Comparison of Within Household Random Selection Methods for Random Digit Dial Surveys
 Longstreth, Molly. and Shields, Todd.

A Comparison of an Online Card Sorting Task to a Rating Task
 Thomas, Randall., Bayer, Leonard., Johnson, Alyssa. and Behnke, Susan.

A Cumulative Count, General Approach to Item-NonResponse
 Wood, Michael.

A Dispositional Model of Election Polls
 Dutwin, David. and Herrmann, Melissa.

A New "Interval" Measure of Election Poll Accuracy
 Leve, Jay. and Shipman, Joseph.

A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words: Results from Cognitive Testing of Graphic Show Cards
 Hartman, Anne., Crafts, Jennifer., McNutt, Suzanne., Willis, Gordon., Summerall, Tracey. and Yaroch, Amy.

A Pre-validation Survey of Voter Turnout
 McDonald, Michael.

A Probability Theory-Based Test of the Reliability of 2004 Election Polls
 Bloom, Joel. and Pearson, Jennie.

A Profile of Self-Selecting Web Respondents
 Guerino, Paul.

A Successful Conversion or Double Refusal: A Study of the Process of Refusal Conversions in Telephone Survey Research
 Fuse, Kana. and Xie, Dong.

A Test of Monetary Incentives for a Large-Scale Establishment Survey
 Biemer, Paul., Ellis, Christopher ., Robbins, Kimberly. and Pitts, Angela.

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Behavioral Self-report Measures of Non-political and Political Contributions
 Thomas, Randall., Klein, Jonathan., Sanders, Mitchell. and Wilding, Lisa.

Bilingual Approaches and Influences on Measurement and Data Collection: Evidence from the Survey of Consumer Finances
 Sha, Man-chi Mandy. and Athey, Leslie.

Biotechnology and Trusts: What Drives Citizens to Support Biotechnology?
 Wang, Zuoming., Scheufele, Dietram. and Brossard, Dominique.

Black, White, Other? Why Racial Identifications within Hispanic Ethnicity Matter; A Look at Professional and Social Outcomes Among Research Doctorate Recipients
 Welch, Jr., Vincent. and Williams, Kim.

Blacks' Perceptions of their Racial Context and Prejudice Towards Whites
 Wilson, David.


Calling strategies, Response rates, Efficiency and Representativeness
 Ferree Jr, G Donald.

Campaign Involvement and the Internet: A Panel Study of Howard Dean Supporters
 Kennedy, Courtney., Keeter, Scott. and Funk, Cary.

Can You Hear Me Now?: Differences in Vote Behavior in the Cell and Landline Populations
 Albaghal, Tarek.

Can a Survey Change One’s Race? An Experiment on Context Effects and Racial Self-Classification
 Craemer, Thomas.

Causes of Context Effects: How Questionnaire Layout Induces Measurement Error
 Peytchev, Andy. and Tourangeau, Roger.

Changes in Attitudes Toward American Institutions and Occupations
 Seltzer, Richard. and Roper, Rhea.

Changing Minds in the 2004 Election?
 Jones, Jeffrey. and Carroll, Joseph.

Changing Response Pattern over Time: Results from Statewide Telephone Surveys Conducted in 1999 and 2004
 Garvan, Cyndi., Porter, Colleen., Duncan, R. Paul., Li, Qin. and komaragiri, vijaya.

Characteristics Related to Cell Phone Status: Why Generation Y Should be Targeted
 Hancock, Laura.

Children and Juveniles as Respondents - Results from Field Experiments on Measurement Error
 Fuchs, Marek.

Cognitive Interview Usability Testing of the Redesigned Sudden Unexplained Infant Death Reporting Form
 Moore, Danna L..

Cognitive Interviewing en Espanol -- Extending the Realm of Cross-Cultural Pretesting
 Hunt, Martha. and Willis, Gordon.

Cognitive Interviewing: the case of verbal reports
 Hjermstad, Erik. and Sanchez, Monica.

Collecting Geographic Location Information in an RDD Survey
 Grant, David., Ramirez, Anthony., Edwards, Sherman. and Rauch, John.

Combat and Confidence: The Foreign Policy Attitudes of U.S. Soldiers Engaged in the Global War on Terror
 Dempsey, Jason.

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Daily Contact as A Proxy Measure of Personal Networks: Data from 45 Surveys in Nine Societies
 Fu, Yang-chih.

Data Quality Issues in a Multimode Survey
 Wilson, Claire., Wright, Debra., Barton, Tom. and Guerino, Paul.

Data Quality and the Use of Standardized Child Assessments in Survey Research
 Ernst, Michelle. and Pergamit, Mike.

Dealing with wide Weight Variation in Polls
 Griffin, Richard.

Deliberation and Its Discontents: A Comparison of Survey and Deliberative Discussion Results, 1987-2003
 Rusciano, Frank.

Deliberative Attitude Change: Changing Your Mind Within an Interview
 Fournier, Patrick., Blais, André., Everitt, Joanna., Gidengil, Elisabeth. and Nevitte, Neil.

Designing Items to Measure Healthy Marriage: Lessons Learned from Cognitive Interviews
 Guzman, Lina., Moore, Kristin ., Matthews, Greg. and Redd, Zakia.

Designing Self-Administered Questionnaires for Health Center Personnel to Evaluate a Quality Improvement Initiative
 Graber, Jessica. and Kirchhoff, Anne.

Determinants and Outcomes of Initial Contact in the National Health Interview Survey, 2004
 Dahlhamer, James., Simile, Catherine., Stussman, Barbara. and Taylor, Beth.

Developing a Prescription for Physician Surveys
 Ballou, Janice., Roff, Brian., Milliner-Waddell, Julita. and Potter, Frank.

Development and Testing of Informed Consent Questions to Link Survey Data with Administrative Records
 Bates, Nancy.

Development of the UK Continuous Population Survey from a data collection perspective: improving survey questions and the quality of data output.
 Blackwell, Alison. and Dewar, Abigail.

Did you get the message? Using e-mail and SMS for prenotification in Web surveys
 Neubarth, Wolfgang., Bosnjak, Michael., Bandilla, Wolfgang., Couper, Mick. and Kaczmirek, Lars.

Do Characteristics of Consent Forms Affect the Response Rate?
 Bolcic-Jankovic, Dragana ., Clarridge, Brian . and Fowler, Jr., Floyd J..

Does Cognitive Interviewing Really Improve Survey Quality?
 Freedman, Stanley., Rutchik, Robert. and Norman, Kara.

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Economic Perceptions and Voting Behaviors in the Second Swedish Election to the EU-PARLIAMENT
 Jiang, Lingrui., Feng, Yu. and McCutcheon, Allan.

Economic Voting and Political Sophistication in the U.S.: A Reassessment
 Godbout, Jean-Francois. and Belanger, Eric.

Effect of Interview Pace and Items Position on Satisficing
 Lemay, Michael., Fricker, Scott., Galesic, Mirta., Tourangeau, Roger. and Yan, Ting.

Effect of respondent motivation and task difficulty on nondifferentiation in ratings: A test of satisficing theory predictions
 Anand, Sowmya., Krosnick, Jon., Mulligan, Kenneth., Smith, Wendy., Green, Melanie. and Bizer, George.

Effectiveness of E-mail and Paper Mail Notifications for Internet Surveys
 Ruggiere, Paul. and Ver Duin, D\'Arlene.

Effects of suggestive and non-suggestive probing on different types of inadequate answers
 Ongena, Yfke. and Dijkstra, Wil.

Elements behind trust in Government, An explanatory model
 Bautista, Rene. and Palmer, David.

Ensuring High Cooperation Rates in a 4-year Longitudinal Study of People with Multiple Sclerosis
 Robbins, Todd., Laramie, Michele ., Minden, Sarah., Frankel, Debra., Cartwright-Chunga, Carin., Sieber, Brander. and Howard, Paul.

Equivalence of the Schwartz Value System across 20 European countries - Results from the ESS 2002
 Mohler, Peter Ph.. and Wohn, Katrin.

Establishment Surveys from the Perspective of Socially Distributed Cognition
 Lorenc, Boris.

Estimating Measurement Error Using Interviewer Feedback
 Wolf, Jim., Hutcherson, Andy., Peyton, Brianne., Hulen, Charles. and Sidenbender, Sharon.

Estimating Non-Response in Presidential Polls
 Ericksen, Eugene . and Butler, Sarah.

Evaluating Argument Repertoire: Opinion Quality, Political Sophistication, and Ambivalence
 Lee, Nam-Jin.

Evaluating Differences in Health Care Quality Ratings in Children Based on the Level of Proxy Respondent Involvement with Child’s Care
 Beebe, Timothy., Suarez, Walter. and Thiede Call, Kathleen .

Evaluating Methods for Increasing Physician Survey Cooperation
 Olmsted, Murrey., McFarlane, Emily., Murphy, Joseph. and Hill, Craig.

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Factors Contributing to Assessment Burden in Preschoolers
 Rowand, Cassandra., Sprachman, Susan., Rhodes, Holly. and Wallace, Ina.

First Time Voters in the 2004 Election: Who Are They and What Was On Their Minds?
 De Pinto, Jennifer. and Thee, Megan.

First-level interactions and final outcomes: Adding value to behavior coding
 Landreth, Ashley. and Hunter, Jennifer.

Foreign Policy and America’s Place in the World:Generational Divisions on U.S. Priorities and Iraq
 Speulda, Nicole.

Fostering Storytelling: A Qualitative Approach to Enhance Questionnaire Development
 Mickelson, Ph.D., William . and Harrington, MS, Jon.

From inches to centimeters: The uncritical use of available measurements
 Paras, Pablo. and Estrada, Luis.


Gaining Efficiencies in Scheduling Callbacks in Large RDD National Surveys
 Stec, Jeffery., Lavrakas, Paul J. and Shuttles, Charles D..

Gender-of-Voice Effects in an ACASI Study of Same-Sex Behavior
 Fahrney, Kristine., Uhrig, Jennifer. and Wolitski, Richard .


Handling The Truth: An Evaluation of Voter Capability to Discern Political Advertisement Accuracy
 Borick, Chris.

Has the National Do Not Call Registry Helped or Hurt Survey Participation Rates?
 Link, Michael., Mokdad, Ali. and Kulp, Dale.

High Response Rate or Better Data Quality? Examining the Trade-offs for an Establishment Survey
 Harris-Kojetin, Lauren. and Kiefer, Kristen.

Hospice, HIPAA, and Hope: Survey Research with the Terminally Ill
 Kovach, Terri.

How Clean is the Air You Breathe?: Predicting Beliefs about Regional Air Quality
 Diefenbach, Donald. and West, Mark.

How Does Social Desirability Affect Responses?: Differences in Telephone and Online Surveys
 Taylor, Humphrey., Krane, David. and Thomas, Randall.

How SurveyUSA weights its election poll data
 Shipman, Joseph. and Leve, Jay.

How could they ever, ever persuade you? Are some refusals easier to convert than others?
 Moon, Nick., Rose, Nickie. and Steel, Nikki.

How different are hard-to-reach respondents? Is it worth the effort to track them down?
 Outwater, Mary. and Norris, Jeanette A..

How do citizens respond to photographs of politicians?: a cross-national analysis
 Eisinger, Robert. and Petersen, Thomas.

How much are you willing to give? The response scales can influence the size of donations
 Galesic, Mirta., Conrad, Frederick., Couper, Mick. and Tourangeau, Roger.

How survey questions mean
 Harkness, Janet A..


ISO Standards for Market, Opinion, and Social Research: A Preview
 Smith, Tom.

Identical Study Protocol, Substantially Different Outcome Rates: Determining the Reasons
 Retzer, Karen Foote.

Identifying mismatches between common sense and technical definitions on an HIV risk behavior survey
 Moses, Lisa. and Beatty, Paul.

Ideology, Issue Preferences, and Political Choice: The Paradox of “Conflicted Conservatives”
 Ellis, Christopher.

Impact of Interviewer Effects on Survey Inference
 Raghunathan, Trivellore.

Impact of Reports of Hepatitis B Vaccination on Hepatitis A Vaccination Reports
 Carley-Baxter, Lisa., Passaro, Doug., Levy, Paul., Twiddy, Susan. and Hershow, Ron.

Improving Data Quality: Do Changes in Item Formatting and Placement Help Older Respondents Provide Better Data?
 Lynch, Judith ., Kenyon, Anne., Scheffler, Scott., Rizk, Stephanie., Jackson, Katherine., Wang, Jiantong. and Duke, Mildred .

Improving In-Person Data Collection in a Random Household Survey in Low- and Moderate Income Census Tracts
 Bass, Ronald. and Sebastian, Jaceey.

Improving survey quality in the measurement of social capital
 Dewar, Abigail. and Wilmot, Amanda .

Improving web based intercept surveys. A framework for the Active User Sampling.
 Kaczmirek, Lars. and Neubarth, Wolfgang.

In Search of Equivalency Across Modes: Experimental Results Comparing Alternative Question Formats for Eliciting Dates in Telephone and Web Modes
 Christian, Leah., Dillman, Don. and Smyth, Jolene.

Incentives: Do You Get What You Pay For?
 Broach, Ronald. and Grigorian, Karen.

Incidence and Impact of Controlled Access Situations on Unit Nonresponse
 Cunningham, David., Flicker, Laura., Murphy, Joseph., Aldworth, Jeremy., Myers, Susan. and Kennet, Joel.

Increasing Response to Mailed Follow-up Surveys: A Test of Two Motivators
 Mann, Sue., Lynn, Diana. and Peterson, Jr., Arthur V..

Indicators of Adolescent Well-Being in the NLSY97
 King, Tiffany R.

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Knowledge, Communication and Opinion Formation: Comparing Attitudes Regarding Genetically Modified Foods
 Murray, Gregg., Banducci, Susan. and Karp, Jeff.

Knowledge, Question Format and Propensity to Guess
 Allum, Nick., Allum, Nick. and Smith, Patten .


Learning to Say No: Conditioned Underreporting in an Expenditure Survey
 To, Nhien. and Shields, Jennifer.

Listed Numbers and Do Not Call Registration in a National Telephone Survey
 Lepkowski, Jim., Schuman, Howard., Wang, Rui. and Curtin, Richard.

Looking for Mr. Right: Effective Locating Techniques for Panel Surveys
 Herrmann, Angela., Grigorian, Karen. and Ahsan, Syed.

Lost in Translation: Quality issues in multilingual research
 Doerr, Lauren.


Mail survey non-contact identification: Who did we not get through to?
 Healey, Benjamin. and Gendall, Philip.

Making Health Policy at the Ballot-Box: Public Attitudes Toward Five Health Propositions and the Future of Health Policy
 Michaud, Kristy., DeFever, Renatta. and Cohen, Jon.

Making sense of the third-person effect: A personality approach
 Zhao, Yanjun.

Managing Data Quality on the Survey of Consumer Finances 2004
 Athey, Leslie. and Kennickell, Arthur.

Managing Survey Translation: Knowledge Base for Researchers who are not Multi-Lingual
 Sha, Man-chi Mandy.

Matched Sampling
 Rivers, Douglas.

Measurement Issues in Behavioral Self-report Measures: Effects of Response Format, Respondent Load, Number of Elements, and Time Frame Reference
 Thomas, Randall., Klein, Jonathan., Wilding, Lisa., Behnke, Susan. and Repass, Robin.

Measurement and Scaling Methods Independent of Response Style
 Pinnell, Jon . and Fridley, Lisa.

Measurement errors in student’s proxy reports and their consequences for SES-effects on school achievement
 Kreuter, Frauke., Maaz, Kai. and Watermann, Rainer.

Measures of difficulty in election polling
 Shipman, Joseph. and Leve, Jay.

Measuring Ethnic Identity Within a Community-Based Sample of Black American Adults
 Davis, Rachel E.., Shaikh, Abdul R.., Zhang, Guangyu. and Resnicow, Ken.

Measuring Knowledge of General Cancer Risks – Open Listing versus Targeted Questioning in the 2002 HINTS
 Massagli, Michael., Viswanath, Vish., Hesse, Bradford W.. and Moser, Richard P..

Measuring Quality in Observational Data Collection
 Myllyluoma, Jaana. and Buck, Diana.

Measuring the efficacy of a clustered design in producing small area estimates in a survey of health insurance status
 Duffy, Tom. and Iachan, Ronaldo.

Media Coverage & Nonresponse: A Time Series Examination of the 2004 Election Cycle
 Stroud, Natalie Jomini. and Kenski, Kate.

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NHANES Converted Refusals: Are They Different from Willing Respondents in Cardiovascular Risk Factors?
 Chong, Yinong., Carroll, Margaret., Burt, Vicki. and Montalvan, Pat.

NHANES Converted Refusals: Are they different from willing respondents in socio-demographic composition?
 Chong, Yinong., Carroll, Margaret. and Montalvan, Pat.

News Discrepancy and Information Search: The Effects of News Slants on Audiences' Information Search Patterns Over the Internet
 Hwang, Hyunseo., Heo, Kwangjun. and Lee, Sun-Young.

News discrepancy Perception and News Credibility judgment: The Role of the Self as a Comparison Anchor in Judgmental process of News Credibility
 Hwang, Hyunseo., Lee, Gun Hyuk. and Park, Sung Gwan.

Non-interviews in Mobile Phone Surveys
 vehovar, vasja.

Non-response Bias in the Measurement of Radio Listening: Is it Necessary to Make 13 Contact Attempts?
 Gentry, Robin.

Nonresponse in Telephone Surveys: The Reporting of Response Rates and Outcome Measures
 Seltzer, Richard.

Nonresponse in exit poll methodology: A case study in Mexico
 Bautista, Rene., Callegaro, Mario., Abundis, Francisco. and Vera, Jose A..


Offering Cash Incentives to Students in a School Setting: Effects of an Incentive on Student Participation Rates
 Herget, Debbie., Lytle, Tiffany., Stutts, Ellen., Siegel, Peter., Ault, Kimberly., Medarametla, Mani., Rogers, James. and Pratt, Daniel.

Order Effects and Vote Preference in the 2004 Presidential Election
 Bell, Janice.

Out of the lab and into the field: Developing a protocol for responding to diversified recruitment needs
 Whitaker, Karen., Kristen, Miller. and Stephanie, Willson.

Outcomes and Lessons Learned from Polling Voters about the Voting Experience
 Atkeson, Lonna., Clark, Rich., Cesar Campero, Julio., Crowley, Joan., Decker, Joan., Gabbard, Susan., Hansberry, Marie., Hernandez, Trish., Hertzberg, Steven ., Juffer, Kristin., Krisman, Kerry., Leon, Carlos., Mulqueen, Kate., Santos, Robert., Scheuren, Fritz., Stoner, Diane., Sum, Carmen., Vicinanza, Nicole., Wiese, Cheryl. and Ziemke, Jen.

Overlapping Decisions in a Presidential Campaign: Battleground Wisconsin in 2004
 Ferree Jr, G Donald.

Ownership and Usage Patterns of Cell Phones: 2000 - 2005
 Tuckel, Peter . and O\'Neill, Harry.


Partial Interviews and Data Quality in a Large Telephone Screening Survey
 Olson, Kristen., Murray, Mary Cay., Cardoni, Jessica., Battaglia, Michael. and Lepkowski, Jim.

Participation Decisions Throughout and Across Surveys
 Peytchev, Andy., Crawford, Scott D.., Kurotsuchi Inkelas, Karen. and McCabe, Sean.

Party ID Weighting - Experiments to Improve Survey Quality
 Kaminska, Olena. and Barnes, Christopher.

Party Identification and the 2004 Election
 Hugick, Larry. and DiAngelo, Stacy.

Person-Based Data Collection in Practice: An Evaluation of Interviewer/Respondent Interactions
 Hunter, Jennifer. and Landreth, Ashley.

Political Knowledge Under Respondent-Friendly Conditions
 Prior, Markus. and Lupia, Arthur.

Polls Apart?: Factors affecting Vote Choice for President
 Thomas, Randall., Sanders, Mitchell., Smith, Renee., Repass, Robin. and Johnson, Alyssa.

Potential Non-Response Bias from Hard to Reach Respondents
 Craighill, Peyton., Funk, Cary. and Dimock, Michael.

Predicting Exit Poll Interviewer Response Rates
 Stevenson, Clint., Magleby, Daniel., Monson, Quin., Patterson, Kelly. and Christensen, Howard.

Presence of Others: Korean General Social Survey (KGSS) and General Social Survey (GSS)
 Park, Youngshil .

Projection and Partisanship: The effects of party identification on opinion processing
 Kenski, Kate. and Young, Dannagal.

Prompting Efforts to Raise Response Rates for a Web-Based Survey
 Venkataraman, Lekha. and Parker, Maggie.

Propensity Models Versus Weighting Cell Approaches to Nonresponse Adjustment: A Methodological Comparison
 Siegel, Peter., Chromy, James. and Copello, Elizabeth.

Psychological and Political Responses to the Madrid Terrorist Attacks
 Rasinski, Kenneth., Smith, Tom. and Diez-Nicolas, Juan.

Public Perceptions of Poll Results – Do the Details Matter?
 McDermott, Monika. and Best, Samuel.

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Qualified answers and other doubt expressions as indicators of cognitive problems in a health survey
 draisma, stasja., Dijkstra, Wil. and Ongena, Yfke.

Qualitative Comparison of Paper and Online Self-Administered Modes
 Grigorian, Karen. and Sederstrom, Scott.

Quality Assessed: Cellular Phone Surveys versus Traditional Telephone Surveys
 Steeh, Charlotte.

Quality of Children’s Height, Weight, and BMI information in the MEPS
 Chevarley, Frances.


Race-Matching: Interviewers' reactions to the race-matching process

Rating versus Comparative Trade-off Measures: Effects of Task, Topic, Element Differentiation, and Number of Elements on Validity
 Thomas, Randall., Miller, Kerri. and Johnson, Alyssa.

Rating versus Comparative Trade-off Measures: Trending Changes in Political Issues across Time and Predictive Validity
 Thomas, Randall., Johnson, Alyssa., Behnke, Susan. and Sanders, Mitchell.

Re-examining Approaches to Achieving High Response Rates on Web-based Surveys of Post-secondary Students: Results from a Follow-up Survey
 Nichols Lodato, Bronwyn. and Ghadialy, Rashna.

Re-examining Our Assumptions in Pre-Election Polls
 Thomas, Randall., Krane, David., Bremer, John., Taylor, Humphrey. and Smith, Renee.

Reaching Low-Income Populations for Telephone Interviews
 Marks, Ellen. and Olmsted, Murrey.

Real-Time Propensity Models for Responsive Survey Design and Post-Survey Adjustment Through Propensity Models: Comparisons of Model Fit and Model Specification
 Groves, Robert M.., Lepkowski, Jim., VanHoewyk, John. and Schulz, Paul.

Relationships Among Expenditure Reporting Rates, Household Characteristics and Interview Processs Variables in the U.S. Consumer Expenditure Interview Survey
 Eltinge, John. and Cho, Moon Jung.

Reliability Of Self-Reported Conditions In Health Surveys: Findings From The Army Chemical Corps Health Survey
 Boyle, John.

Reporting Standards for Internet Surveys and Polls
 Tychansky, Richard.

Reporting the frequency of household tasks by elderly respondents: the effect of different interview strategies on data quality
 van der Zouwen, Johannes., Smit, Johannes. and Van der Horst, Marleen.

Respondent Views on Perceived Racial Context and Race of Interviewer Effects
 Wilson, David. and Ludwig, Jack.

Response Option Ordering: Reconciling meanings conveyed by rating scale label and position
 Garland, Philip. and Krosnick, Jon.

Response Order Effects in Online Surveys
 Thomas, Randall., Behnke, Susan. and Johnson, Alyssa.

Response Privacy and Elapsed Time Since Election Day as Determinants for Vote Overreporting
 Stocké, Volker.

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Seeking Quality With Secondary Survey Data
 Marshall, Thomas R..

Simultaneous Sampling
 Krotki, Karol. and Bland, Cynthia.

Sixteen Tons (of Paperwork) and What Do You Get? Self-Reported Workweek Length of Doctoral Scientists and Engineers
 Hoffer, Tom. and Grigorian, Karen.

Socioeconomic status, race, and ethnicity on information gain from public information campaigns
 Rucinski , Dianne .

Sound Bytes: Capturing Audio in Survey Interviews
 Hansen, Sue Ellen., Krysan, Maria. and Couper, Mick.

Spanish-Speaking Households: Reaching Them Faster
 Olson, Lorayn., Frankel, Martin., Osborn, Larry. and Rodkin, Sergei.

Strengthening Higher Education Through Gridiron Success? Public Perceptions of the Impact of National Football Championships on Academic Quality
 Goidel, Robert . and Hamilton, John Maxwell.

Study of Ported Telephone Numbers Using the NeuStar Database
 Yang, Michael., Chattopadhyay, Manas. and English, Ned.

Support for the War in Iraq: American Casualties as a Survey Item
 West, Mark. and Diefenbach, Donald.

Survey Experiences Influence Survey Attitudes and Participation Propensity
 Brage, Robert. and Bergman, Lars R..

Survey Mode Effects; Comparison between Telephone and Web
 Speizer, Howard., Baker, Reg. and Schneider, Karin.

Survey Outcomes and the Characteristics of Telephone Number Exchanges
 Kennedy, John. and Bannister, Nancy .

Survey Question Length and the Reliability of Measurement
 Alwin, Duane. and McCammon, Ryan.

Survey non-response in a national area probability sample as a dimension of survey quality; an analysis of community characteristics
 Kim, Jibum. and Sokolowski, John.

Survey of Political Surveys [SOPS]
 Ehrlich, Nat. and Hembroff, Larry.


Testing a shorter interview for refusal conversion in a telephone survey
 Narayanan, Vasudha., Edwards, Sherman., Mays, Vickie., Fry, Stephanie. and Cochran, Susan.

Testing an Advance Contact Targeted-Awareness Campaign to Raise Response Rates
 Melgar, Ana Patricia., Lavrakas, Paul J., Flizik, Agnieszka., Holden, Rosemary. and Anatro, Maria.

Testing the Impact of Caller ID Technology on Response Rates in a Mixed Mode Survey
 Trussell, Norman. and Lavrakas, Paul.

The Arbitron/NMR PPM Response Rate Test
 Webb, Beth. and Buckley, Arianne.

The Changing Patterns of Religious Practice and Belief in Western Europe: A Cross-National Cohort Analysis
 McCutcheon, Allan.

The Do Not Call Registry: Friend or Foe? The Effect of Do Not Call Lists on Survey Response
 Yost, Berwood., Harding, Jennifer., Abbott, Christina. and Knittle, Angela.

The Effect of Incentives on Two Physician Mail Surveys: A Response Rate Comparison
 Christian, Jeanine.

The Effect of Introductory Consent Information on Response Rates and Respondent Understanding in a Telephone Interview
 Losch, Mary., Campo, Shelly. and Lutz, Gene.

The Effect of Survey Follow-up on Nonresponse Bias: Joint Canada/United States Survey of Health, 2002-03
 Blumberg, Stephen., Davis, Karen., Khare, Meena . and Martinez, Michael.

The Effects of Digital Recording of Telephone Interviews on Survey Data Quality
 Basson, Danna.

The Future of the First Amendment: A National Survey of High School Students
 Dautrich, Kenneth., Bare, John. and Yalof, David.

The Hall of Mirrors: How the US Public and Elite Misperceive Each Other on Foreign Policy
 Kull, Steven.

The Impact of Attitudes toward Stem Cell Research on the Vote for President
 Miller, Jon., Pardo, Rafael. and Kimmel, Linda.

The Impact of Cluster (Segment) Size on Effective Sample Size
 Pedlow, Steven., Wang, Yongyi. and OMuircheartaigh, Colm.

The Impact of Follow-up Contacts on Survey Data and Response Rates
 Westin, Elizabeth., Harmon, Michele. and Levin, Kerry.

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Understanding the Catholic Vote in 2004
 Stewart, Kate., Russonello, John . and Sternfeld, Rachel.

Unintended Consequences of Incentive Induced Response Rate Differences
 Pope, Duston., Crawford, Scott D.., Johnson, Eric O.. and McCabe, Sean Esteban.

Unit Nonresponse and Error in a National Public Opinion Survey: A Census Matching Approach
 Holbrook, Allyson., Johnson, Timothy., Cho, Young. and Brugueras, Jaime.

Use of Dependent Interviewing Procedures to Improve Data Quality in the Measurement of Change
 Moore, Jeffrey., Bates, Nancy., Pascale, Joanne. and Griffiths, Julia.

Using Anchoring Vignettes to Assess Cross Cultural Comparability of Consumer Ratings
 Gallagher, Patricia.

Using Multiple Sources of Contact Data to Improve Quality in Telephone Surveys
 Markesich, Jason ., Ciemnecki, Anne ., Diaz-Tena, Nuria . and Hower, Anne .

Using Portal Technology to Improve Quality at the U.S. Census Bureau-Presentation and Demonstration of Portal Technology
 Landman, Cheryl. and Stempowski, Deborah.

Using Proxy Reports of Quality of Life for Nursing Home Residents
 Totten, Annette.

Using Public Opinion Polling to Evaluate Mass Media Health Promotion Campaigns: The Good, The Bad and The Not-so-Good
 Hodgson, Corinne.

Using Screening Questions to Identify Persons with Mobility Impairment: Field Test Results
 Stringfellow, Vickie. and Gallagher, Patricia.

Using cognitive interviews to improve the quality of questions on working time in the Spanish Labour Force Survey
 Padilla, José Luis., Martinez, Miguel Angel., Moratilla, Teresa. and Gonzalez, Andres.

Using cognitive procedures and traditional pilot studies to improve the quality of questions concerning earnings in the Spanish Labour Force Survey.
 Padilla, José Luis., Martinez, Miguel Angel., Moratilla, Teresa., Gonzalez, Andres. and Esteban, Isabel.

Using process data to predict attrition from a panel survey: a case study
 De Keulenaer, Femke.

Using survey data to provide small-area resource allocation models
 Blyth, Bill., Moon, Graham. and Holt, Gemma.

Using the Internet to Learn About Presidential Candidates and Issue Positions in the 2004 Presidential Primary and General Election Campaigns
 Winneg, Kenneth.

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Value and Timing Strategies in Prize Draws: A Further Examination of the Immediacy Effect in Web Surveys
 Tuten, Tracy., Galesic, Mirta. and Bosnjak, Michael.

Visual Context Effects in Web Surveys
 Couper, Mick., Conrad, Frederick. and Tourangeau, Roger.

Vote Over-Reporting: Testing the Social Desirability Hypothesis in Telephone and Internet Surveys
 Holbrook, Allyson. and Krosnick, Jon.

Voter Intent, Voting Technology and Measurement Error
 Conrad, Frederick., Peytcheva, Emilia., Traugott, Michael., Hanmer, MIchael., Herrnson, Paul., Bederson, Ben. and Niemi, Richard.

Voter Turnout and Likely Voter Models
 Miller, Joanne., Jacobs, Lawrence., Best, Samuel. and Harrison, Chase.


Web Survey Methodologies: A Comparison of Survey Accuracy
 Krosnick, Jon., Nie, Norman. and Rivers, Douglas.

Web survey response rates compared to other modes - A meta-analysis
 Lozar-Manfreda, Katja., Bosnjak, Michael., Haas, Iris. and Vehovar, Vasja.

Weighting by Party ID: When It Comes to Elections, Can It Really Be Tossed Out the Door?
 Koudinova, Tatiana. and Mayur, Raghavan.

What They See Is Not What We Intend—Gricean Effects in Web Surveys
 Yan, Ting.

What is sexual harassment? It depends on who asks! Framing effects of sponsorship on survey responses
 Tourangeau, Roger., Conrad, Frederick., Couper, Mick. and Galesic, Mirta.

What is terrorism? Challenges to Improving the Construct Validity of a Complex Concept
 Willson, Stephanie. and Miller, Kristen.

What motivated Americans’ views of the candidates and vote preferences across the 2004 presidential campaign?
 Malhotra, Neil ., Krosnick, Jon., Langer, Gary. and Merkle, Daniel.

What we think others think: A motivated reasoning model of public opinion perception
 Nir, Lilach.

What's Up Doc? Mixing Web and Mail Methods in a Survey of Physicians
 Beebe, Timothy., Locke, Giles R.. and Barnes, Sunni.

What's the benefit of a mail supplement to a telephone survey for gathering data from "hard to reach" populations?
 Levin, Kerry., helba, cynthia., forsyth, barbara. and Masken, Karen.

When Census Data Don’t Add Up in the Field: Two case studies
 Tiefenwerth, Kathleen. and Tucker, Karen.

When Crime Spending Views Reflect Punitiveness: The Context of Racial Prejudice
 Barkan, Steven. and Cohn, Steven F..

When a Stranger Calls: The Impact of Caller ID on Telephone Surveys
 Krey, Kathy. and Matos, Jodien.

When do respondent misconceptions lead to survey response error?
 Suessbrick, Anna., Schober, Michael. and Conrad, Frederick.

When silence is not an option: finding a better balance between confidentiality and respondent protection in ethical codes
 Noble, Iain. and Moon, Nick.

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You Don't Have to Accept Low Survey Response Rates - How we achieved record survey cooperation rates
 Traub, Jane., Pilhuj, Kathy. and Mallett, Daniel.

Young Cell Phone Users and Voting Behavior in Georgia in 2004
 Bason, James.
American Association For Public Opinion Association 2005-May-11 to 2005-May-15
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