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Response Patterns in Computer-Administered Surveys
Unformatted Document Text:  Computer Administered Surveys 24 Henderson, C. W. (2000, September 4). Firm tracks access of medical information. AIDS Weekly, 15. Retrieved November 6, 2000, from EbscoHost. Klein, D. B. (2001, January). Trust and privacy on the Internet. Consumers’ Research Magazine, 84(1), 21-22. Maltby, J. & Day, L. (2000, July). Romantic acts as a correlate of social desirability, neuroticism, and extraversion. The Journal of Psychology, 134(4), 462-464. Perkins, G. H. & Yuan, H. (2001, July) A comparison of Web-based and paper-and- pencil library satisfaction survey results. College & Research Libraries, 62(4), 369-377. Prabhaker, P. R. (2000). Who owns the online consumer? Journal of Consumer Marketing, 17(2), 158-171. Schonland, A. M. & Williams, P. W. (1996). Using the Internet for travel and tourism survey research: Experiences from the net traveler survey. Journal of Travel Research, 35(2), 81-88. Sterling, E. E. (2000, July 3). Uncle Sam’s ‘cookie’ is watching you. Christian Science Monitor, 92(155), 9. Retrieved November 6, 2000, from EbscoHost. Supovitz, J. A. (1999). Surveying through cyberspace. American Journal of Evaluation, 20(2), 251-264. Retrieved November 6, 2000, from EbscoHost. Thorpe, M. F., Pittenger, D. J., & Reed, B. D. (1999, Spring). Cheating the researcher: A study of the relation between personality measures and self-reported cheating. College Student Journal, 33(1), 49-59. Trimble, D. E. (1997, December). The religious orientation scale: Review and meta- analysis of social desirability effects. Educational and Psychological Measurement, 57, 970-986. Tuten, T. L., Bosnjak, M., & Bandilla, W. (2000). Banner-advertised web surveys. Marketing Research, 11(4), 16-21. Retrieved November 6, 2000, from WilsonSelectPlus. Walsh, C. (2000, September 16). Amazon.com policy change raises privacy concerns. Billboard, 112(38), 12. Retrieved November 6, 2000, from EbscoHost.

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Henderson, C. W. (2000, September 4). Firm tracks access of medical information.
AIDS Weekly, 15. Retrieved November 6, 2000, from EbscoHost.
Klein, D. B. (2001, January). Trust and privacy on the Internet. Consumers’ Research
Magazine, 84(1), 21-22.
Maltby, J. & Day, L. (2000, July). Romantic acts as a correlate of social desirability,
neuroticism, and extraversion. The Journal of Psychology, 134(4), 462-464.
Perkins, G. H. & Yuan, H. (2001, July) A comparison of Web-based and paper-and-
pencil library satisfaction survey results. College & Research Libraries, 62(4), 369-
377.
Prabhaker, P. R. (2000). Who owns the online consumer? Journal of Consumer
Marketing, 17(2), 158-171.
Schonland, A. M. & Williams, P. W. (1996). Using the Internet for travel and tourism
survey research: Experiences from the net traveler survey. Journal of Travel
Research, 35
(2), 81-88.
Sterling, E. E. (2000, July 3). Uncle Sam’s ‘cookie’ is watching you. Christian Science
Monitor, 92(155), 9. Retrieved November 6, 2000, from EbscoHost.
Supovitz, J. A. (1999). Surveying through cyberspace. American Journal of Evaluation,
20(2), 251-264. Retrieved November 6, 2000, from EbscoHost.
Thorpe, M. F., Pittenger, D. J., & Reed, B. D. (1999, Spring). Cheating the researcher:
A study of the relation between personality measures and self-reported cheating.
College Student Journal, 33(1), 49-59.
Trimble, D. E. (1997, December). The religious orientation scale: Review and meta-
analysis of social desirability effects. Educational and Psychological Measurement,
57
, 970-986.
Tuten, T. L., Bosnjak, M., & Bandilla, W. (2000). Banner-advertised web surveys.
Marketing Research, 11(4), 16-21. Retrieved November 6, 2000, from
WilsonSelectPlus.
Walsh, C. (2000, September 16). Amazon.com policy change raises privacy concerns.
Billboard, 112(38), 12. Retrieved November 6, 2000, from EbscoHost.


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