Web Survey Bibliography
Survey Sampling’s research-on-research found that while routers bring bias to online research, that bias does not affect the outcome of the research. Further, the use of routers may improve respondents’ survey-taking experience.
Quirk's Marketing Research Review (abstract) / (full text)
Web Survey Bibliography - Cape, P. J. (11)
- Do I Have Your Full Attention?; 2013; Cape, P. J.
- Rewards - Money for Nothing?; 2013; Cape, P. J., Martin, P.
- Solving the Mode Mystery The Cost, Coverage and Quality Tradeoffs of Picking (and Mixing) Online and...; 2012; Cape, P. J., Phillips, K.
- Quota Controls: Science or merely Sciencey?; 2011; Cape, P. J.
- Conditioning Effects in Online Communities; 2010; Cape, P. J.
- Trial by Ordeal, a medieval approach to a modern day problem; 2010; Cape, P., Cavallaro, K.
- The pros and cons of survey routers in online research; 2010; Cape, P. J.
- Verbal Vs Visual Response Options: Reconciling Meanings Conveyed by a Computer Aided Visual Rating Scale...; 2009; Garland, P., Cape, P.
- The Opportunity for Flash Scales in Online Surveys; 2009; Cape, P. J.
- Quality matters when designing panel questionnaires; 2008; Cape, P., Lorch, J., Piekarski, L.
- How not to kill the goose that lays the golden egg A new approach to incentives in online access panels...; 2006; Cape, P. J.