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Title Understanding the question-answer process
Source Survey Methodology, 30, 1, pp. 5-15
Year 2004
Access date 18.05.2013
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Survey statisticians have long known that the question-answer process is a source of response effects that contribute to nonrandom measurement error. In the past two decades there has been substantial progress toward understanding these sources of error by applying concepts from social and cognitive psychology to the study of the question-answer process. This essay reviews the development of these approaches, discusses the present state of our knowledge, and suggests some research priorities for the future.

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Year of publication2004
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