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There are 11 articles in our archive related to this topic. Below are 5 selected at random and available to all users of the site.

Work with your data collection providers to keep respondents honest
Client companies must work with their data collection providers to thwart the efforts of respondents who seek to game the online research system. By reviewing screeners and survey invitations and examining open-ended responses, both parties can ensure quality data by weeding out invalid responses.
An omnibus survey aids researchers in screening for major study of U.S. Jewish population
To find Jewish respondents to participate in its National Jewish Population Study study, the Council of Jewish Federations and the City University of New York used used EXCEL, a telephone omnibus study conducted by AUS Consultants-ICR Survey Research Group. After suitable respondents for the Jewish population study were identified through the omnibus study, they were re-contacted to determine their interest in participating in 30 minute telephone interviews.
When recruiting physicians for online research, don’t overlook the fax machine
Using the fax machine to recruit physicians works surprisingly well, the author says. She argues that the faxed invitation, when done right, can eliminate the bias that Web-based recruiting introduces.
Designing screening questionnaires to minimize dishonest answers
The screening process for participants builds the foundation for reliable and valid data collection. This article describes how screening questionnaires should be designed to maximize the likelihood of obtaining honest answers from respondents to various selection criteria questions. Examples presented include the addition of a "dummy" termination question, the use of dummy variables or categories, and/or the use of an open-ended question instead of a closed-ended one.
Quant-qual approach helps senior services organization understand how to inform and listen to a crucial market segment
To conduct research with seniors, two Cincinnati companies collaborated to overcome geographic, generational and technology-related challenges.

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Recent Articles

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How cognitive interviewing can improve your questionnaire design
Examples from a study about nutrition help illustrate the clarifying value of cognitive interviewing when crafting survey questions.
How Ping used video and onsite research to understand the driver-purchasing process
Strong collaboration among Ping and its research vendor fueled the creation of presentations that garnered substantial internal attention.
Quant-qual approach helps senior services organization understand how to inform and listen to a crucial market segment
To conduct research with seniors, two Cincinnati companies collaborated to overcome geographic, generational and technology-related challenges.

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