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Tobias Rettig, Bella Struminskaya, and Annelies Blom receive GOR poster award
Memory Effects in Online Panel Surveys: Investigating Respondents' Ability to Recall Responses from a Previous Panel Wave by Tobias Rettig, Bella Struminskaya, and Annelies Blom
New publication in Survey Methods: Insights from the Field
How does switching a Probability-Based Online Panel to a Smartphone-Optimized Design Affect Response Rates and Smartphone Use? By Barbara Felderer, Jessica M. E. Herzing, Christian Bruch, Ulrich Krieger, and Annelies G. Blom
New publication in edited volume “Sozialwissenschaftliche Datenerhebung im digitalen Zeitalter” (in German only)
“Inklusion von Menschen ohne Internet in zufallsbasierte Onlinepanel-Umfragen” von Carina Cornesse und Ines Schaurer
New open access publication in Social Science Computer Review
Recruiting a Probability-Based Online Panel via Postal Mail: Experimental Evidence by Carina Cornesse, Barbara Felderer, Marina Fikel, Ulrich Krieger, and Annelies G. Blom
Book Chapter published in “Measurement Error in Longitudinal Data”, edited by Alexandru Cernat and Joseph W. Sakshaug
Memory Effects as a Source of Bias in Repeated Survey Measurement by Tobias Rettig and Annelies G. Blom
Call for Papers: Measurement Instruments in Corona Studies
Measurement Instruments for the Social Sciences invites researchers to submit Short Report manuscripts (up to 3,000 words) for a special issue on Measurement Instruments in Corona Studies.
New publication in Journal of Medical Internet Research
Barriers to the Large-Scale Adoption of the COVID-19 Contact-Tracing App in Germany: Survey Study
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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
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