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Mannheim Corona Study: Data Release
The data of the Mannheim Corona Study are released for scientific research.
New publication in Social Science Computer Review
The Long-Term Impact of Different Offline Population Inclusion Strategies in Probability-Based Online Panels: Evidence From the German Internet Panel and the GESIS Panel by Carina Cornesse and Ines Schaurer
Presse­information
Warum wird die Corona-Warn-App so wenig genutzt?
MaSIR colloquium October 27 (2pm to 3pm): „Text and Voice Answers to Political Attitude Questions“
The Mannheim Survey Infrastructure Research (MaSIR) colloquium is finally back! The next MaSIR talk will take place on October 27, 2020, 2pm to 3pm CET.
New publication in International Journal of Social Research Methodology
Mismatching Middle Options: Consequences for Attitude Measurement in Smartphone Surveys by Jan Karem Höhne and Dagmar Krebs
New publication in International Journal of Market Research
How long do respondents think online surveys should be? New evidence from two online panels in Germany by Melanie Revilla and Jan Karem Höhne
New publication in Computers in Human Behavior
Switching away: Exploring on-device media multitasking in web surveys by Jan Karem Höhne, Stephan Schlosser, Mick P. Couper, and Annelies G. Blom
100 Tage Mannheimer Corona-Studie
Das Leben in Deutschland im Ausnahmezustand
Dr. Cornesse appointed associate editor
Dr. Carina Cornesse appointed associate editor of the Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodolgy
New open access publication in Survey Research Methods
High-Frequency and High-Quality Survey Data Collection: The Mannheim Corona Study