Web Survey Bibliography
Title Impact of messages on concomitant use of nicotine replacement therapy and cigarettes: a randomized trial on the Internet
Source Addiction, 98, 7, pp. 941
Access date 19.10.2004
Abstract AIMS: To assess the impact of messages recommending the concomitant use of nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) and cigarettes on smokers' intention to quit smoking. DESIGN: Randomized trial. SETTING: Internet. PARTICIPANTS: A total of 2027 people who answered an e-mail sent to 9074 current and former smokers recruited on a smoking cessation website. INTERVENTION: Participants were divided randomly into four groups, each of which received a unique message (in French) by e-mail. The 'control' message said that nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) attenuates withdrawal symptoms in smokers who want to quit. The 'temporary abstinence' message added that NRT can also be used by current smokers to manage smoke-free situations. The 'reduction' message indicated that NRT can be used by current smokers who do not want to quit but want to smoke fewer cigarettes. The 'side-effects' message discouraged concomitant use of NRT and cigarettes. MEASUREMENTS: Perceived impact of these messages on motivation to quit smoking. FINDINGS: The e-mail was answered by 2027 people (25% of 8124 valid addresses). Smokers who received the 'reduction' message were slightly more likely than controls to report that this message increased their motivation to quit (66% versus 60%, P = 0.02). In contrast, smokers who received the 'side-effects' message were less likely than controls to report that this message increased their motivation (45% versus 60%, P < 0.001). The 'temporary abstinence' message had no detectable impact on motivation to quit. CONCLUSIONS: Among smokers recruited via a smoking cessation website, messages encouraging concomitant use of NRT and cigarettes may have either no effect or a positive effect on motivation to quit smoking.
Year of publication2003
Bibliographic typeJournal article
Web Survey Bibliography - Email surveys (321)
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- Reinterview: A tool for survey quality improvement; 2007; Feindt, P. et al.
- Overcoming challenges to conducting online surveys; 2007; Ye, J.
- Opportunities and constraints of electronic research; 2007; Roberts, L. D.
- Online market research, 5th Edition; 2007; Comley, P.
- Mixed-mode surveys with Netservey; 2007; Papagiannidis, S., Li, F.
- Lessons learned: Converting a telephone survey panel to an internet panel; 2007; Roe, D. J., Stockdale, J., Farrelly, M., Heinrich, T.
- Electronic data collection methods; 2007; Singh, M., Burgess, S.
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- When epidemiology meets the internet: Web-based surveys in the millennium cohort study ; 2007; Smith, B., Smith, T. C., Gray, G. C., Ryan, M. A. K.
- Email Surveys in Educational Research: Ethical and Net-Cultural Concerns; 2007; Nguyen, C. H.
- Data Preservation; 2007; Wyner, G. A.
- Visual Design, Order Effects, and Respondent Characteristics in a Self-Administered Survey; 2007; Stern, M. J., Dillman, D. A., Smyth, J. D.
- Effects of Answer Space Size on Responses to Open-ended questions in mail surveys; 2007; Israel, G. D.
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- A framework for survey breakoffs; 2006; Peytchev, A.
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- Using email questionnaires for research: Good practice in tackling non-response; 2006; Michaelidou, N., Dibb, S.
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- Sampling Methods for Web and E-mail Surveys; 2006; Fricker, R. D.
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- Conducting Online Surveys; 2006; Van Selm, M., Jankowski, N. W.
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- E-mail versus Web survey response rates among health education professionals; 2005; Kittleson, M. J., Brown, S. L.
- Using the Internet to Survey College Students About Their Law School Plans; 2005; Meinhold, S. S., Gleiber, D. W.
- Similarity and Helping Behavior on the Web: The Impact of the Convergence of Surnames Between a Solicitor...; 2005; Guéguen, N., Pichot, N., Le Dreff, G.
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- Electronic Surveys – Pros and Cons; 2005; Anonymous
- A Report on the 2005 ISSP Non-Response Survey; 2005; Smith, T. W.
- Modes of Data Gathering in International Survey Research; 2005; Diez-Nicolás, J.
- Prenotification in online access panel surveys: E-mail versus mobile text messaging (SMS); 2005; Neubarth, W., Bosnjak, M., Bandilla, W., Couper, M. P., Kaczmirek, L.
- E-mail Subject Lines and Their Effect on Web Survey Viewing and Response; 2005; Porter, S. R., Whitcomb, M. E.
- E-mail and mixed mode database surveys revisited: Exploratory analyses of factors affecting response...; 2005; Roy, A., Berger, P. D.
- Web-based and Mailed Questionnaires: A Comparison of Response Rates and Compliance; 2005; Baelter, K., Balter, O., Fondell, E., Trolle-Lagerros, Y.
- Smoking Cessation Research via the Internet: A Feasibility Study; 2005; Stoddard, J. L., Delucchi, K. L., Muñoz, R. F., Collins, M., Pérez-Stable, E. J., Augustson,...
- Predicting Smapled Respondents' Likelihood to Cooperate in a Mail Survey: Part III; 2005; Burks, A. T., Lavrakas, P. J., Bennett, M.
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- Online Data Collection: Strategies for Research; 2005; Granello, D. H., Wheaton, J. E.
- A field study comparing online and offline data collection methods for identifying product attribute...; 2005; Sethuraman, R., Kerin, R. A., Cron, W. L.
- Perceptions of journal quality and research paradigm: results of a web-based survey of British accounting...; 2005; Lowe, A., Locke, J.
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