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Title The Validity of Person Tradeoff Measurements: Randomized Trial of Computer Elicitation Versus Face-to-Face Interview
Author Damschroder, L. J., Baron, J., Hershey, J. C., Asch, D. A., Jepson, C., Ubel, P. A.
Source Medical Decision Making, 24, 2, pp. 170-180
Database SAGE Journals Online
Access date 09.09.2004
Abstract Can person tradeoff (PTO) value judgments be elicited by a computer, or is a face-to-face interview needed? The authors randomly assigned 95 subjects to interview or computer methods for the PTO, a valuation measure that is often difficult for subjects. They measured relative values of foot numbness, leg paralysis, and quadriplegia (all 3 pairs) at 2 reference group sizes (10 or 100). Relative values did not differ between computer and interview. Overall, 21% of responses were equality responses, 13% were high extreme values, and 5% violated ordinal criteria. The groups did not differ in these measures. The authors also assessed consistency across reference group size (10 v. 100). Although relative values were significantly lower for 100 than for 10, mode did not influence the size of this effect. Subjects made, on average, equally consistent judgments for the 3 comparisons. A computerized PTO elicitation protocol produced results of similar quality to that of a face-to-face interview.
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Bibliographic typeJournal article
Year of publication2004
Web Survey Bibliography - Baron, J. (4)
- The Validity of Person Tradeoff Measurements: Randomized Trial of Computer Elicitation Versus Face-to...; 2004; Damschroder, L. J., Baron, J., Hershey, J. C., Asch, D. A., Jepson, C., Ubel, P. A.
- Confusion of Group Interest and Self-Interest in Parochial Cooperation on Behalf of a Group; 2001; Baron, J.
- Using Web questionnaires for judgement and decisoin making research; 2000; Baron, J., Siepmann, M.
- Techniques for Creating and Using Web Questionnaires in Research and Teaching; 2000; Baron, J., Siepmann, M.