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Public Opinion Quarterly 

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Web Survey Methods: Introduction
Mick P. Couper and Peter V. Miller [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Face-to-Face versus Web Surveying in a High-Internet-Coverage Population: Differences in Response Quality
Dirk Heerwegh and Geert Loosveldt [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Social Desirability Bias in CATI, IVR, and Web Surveys: The Effects of Mode and Question Sensitivity
Frauke Kreuter, Stanley Presser, and Roger Tourangeau [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Eliciting Subjective Probabilities in Internet Surveys
Adeline Delavande and Susann Rohwedder [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Eye-Tracking Data: New Insights on Response Order Effects and Other Cognitive Shortcuts in Survey Responding
Mirta Galesic, Roger Tourangeau, Mick P. Couper, and Frederick G. Conrad [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Completion Time and Response Order Effects in Web Surveys
Neil Malhotra [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Facial Similarity between Voters and Candidates Causes Influence
Jeremy N. Bailenson, Shanto Iyengar, Nick Yee, and Nathan A. Collins [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Does a Probability-Based Household Panel Benefit from Assignment to Postal Response as an Alternative to Internet-Only?
Bryan D. Rookey, Steve Hanway, and Don A. Dillman [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Effects of Design in Web Surveys: Comparing Trained and Fresh Respondents
Vera Toepoel, Marcel Das, and Arthur Van Soest [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Computing Response Metrics for Online Panels
Mario Callegaro and Charles DiSogra [Publisher] [Google Scholar]