UWSC staff presented papers at the annual meeting of the 2010 conference of the Midwest Association for Public Opinion Research (MAPOR) in Chicago, Illinois on November 19-20. Their papers highlighted results from a sequential mixed-mode (mail/web) study of alcohol use among young adults and an experiment in questionnaire design on the effects of check-list, check-all, and stand-alone response formats on survey reports and data quality in a web survey (staff names appear in bold):
- Jennifer Dykema, Nora Cate Schaeffer, Jeremy Beach, Vicki Lein, and Brendan Day, “Designing Questions for Web Surveys: Effects of Check-List, Check-All, and Stand-Alone Response Formats on Survey Reports and Data Quality”
- John Stevenson, Jennifer Dykema, and Chad Kniss, “Effects of Mode and Incentives on Response Rates, Costs, and Response Quality in a Survey of Alcohol Use among Young Adults”
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