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Literacy an important consideration when conducting research projects
Using an example, this article discusses the need to take literacy levels into account when planning future projects.
Who are the unengaged and what do they mean for our data?
A research-on-research project sought to profile unengaged respondents and examine their impact on research studies.
Data Use: A look at item non-response
Because respondents do not always provide complete data in their questionnaires, data tabulation and statistical analysis can be tricky. This article addresses item non-response, including tabulation and summary statistics, providing a simple example.
How to make sure your physician surveys are giving you accurate information
In online research with physicians, three parties - the doctors, the client company and the research vendor - are responsible for ensuring data quality. This article outlines steps to follow to ensure that each stakeholder holds up their end of the bargain.
The value of verbatims
Asking open-ended questions and carefully probing for consumers’ insights can lead to valuable verbatim words and sentences from respondents. This article discusses how researchers have used verbatims from focus groups, telephone interviews and personal interviews.

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Understanding the challenges of cross-cultural scaling
SSI’s Pete Cape offers some guidance for approaching problems related to cultural differences in scale usage.
How neuroscience and MR helped Bausch & Lomb develop and refine critical sales materials
A case study on the testing of detail aids for a new Bausch & Lomb contact lens shows how to effectively meld neuroscience with marketing research.
Assessing the value of visual scale enhancements
The author’s research-on-research study examined the impact of different scale formats on results from a technology-readiness survey.

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RIVA COURSE 199: QUALITATIVE PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND SCREENER DEVELOPMENT
May 11, 2015
RIVA Training Institute will hold a course, themed 'Qualitative Project Management and Screener Development' on May 11 in Rockville, Md.
BURKE DESIGNING EFFECTIVE QUESTIONNAIRES: A STEP BY STEP WORKSHOP
August 18-20, 2015
Burke Institute will hold a workshop focused on designing effective questionnaires on August 18-20 in Nashville.

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