Index of Authors

A list of all persons who contribute to the sessions of this conference. Please select a letter below to list all persons with the corresponding surname. Select the presentation in the right-hand column to access session and presentation details.

 
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Author(s) Organization(s) Contribution Title
Bach, RubenUniversity of Mannheim, GermanyPredicting Political Behavior & Preferences Using Digital Trace Data  Presenter
Bader, FelixUniversity of Mannheim, GermanyOn the Transportability of Experimental Results  Presenter
Bähr, SebastianInstitute for Employment ResearchEnriching an Ongoing Panel Survey with Mobile Phone Measures: The IAB-SMART App
Marienthal 2.0: Research into the subtle effects of unemployment using smartphones  Presenter
Baier, TobiasDarmstadt University of Technology, GermanyCoverage Error in Smartphone Surveys Across European Countries  Presenter
Balzer, LarsSwiss Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training SFIVET, SwitzerlandTiming your web survey: Effects of variations in time of contact, respondent’s completion behaviour and data quality outcomes in a course evaluation setting
Barberá, PabloHertie School of GovernanceHow Nudges Can (De)polarize America: A Field Experiment on the Effects of Online Media Exposure
Bartoli, BeatriceDemetra Opinioni.net srl, ItalyEmbedding the first question in the e-mail invitation: the effect on web survey response
Selection Bias and Representativeness of Survey Samples: the Effectiveness of Mixing Modes and Sampling Frames
Becker, MariusTechnische Universität Ilmenau, GermanyComparing the Portrayal of German Politicians in Bing News and Google News Search Results  Presenter
Belcore, Orlando MarcoUniversità degli Studi di Messina, ItalyWeb Survey on e-grocery consumers’ attitudes- An efficient design experiment that mixes stated preference and rating conjoint tasks.  Presenter
Bender, MelanieRheinische Fachhochschule Köln, GermanyIf I can virtually touch it, I’ll buy it? Analysing the influence of (non) interactive product presentations in the online-grocery sector  Presenter
Benson, VladlenaUniversity of West London, United KingdomSpreading disinformation on Facebook: Do message source or recipient characteristics affect the propagation of ‘fake news’?
Bernauer, JulianUniversity of Mannheim, GermanyCross-Lingual Topical Scaling of Political Text using Word Embeddings  Presenter
Bethmann, NinaInSites Consulting, GermanyRevolution of the VW customer journey  Presenter
Beuthner, ChristophGESIS Leibniz Institute for the Social SciencesTaking Respondents Seriously: Feedback in Mixed-Device Studies
Text Message Invitations as a new way to conduct population wide online surveys? – Biases and Coverage Issues  Presenter
Björn, MichaelEricsson ConsumerLab, SwedenUsing VR for Focus Groups: Risks and Rewards  Presenter
Bleier, ArnimGESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences, GermanyIntegrating web tracking and surveys to investigate selective exposure in news consumption
Linking survey data with social media data and the importance of informed consent
Blom, AnneliesUniversity of Mannheim, Germany;
Department of Political Science, University of Mannheim
Looking up the right answer: Errors of optimization when answering political knowledge questions in web surveys
Push-to-web recruitment of a probability-based online panel: Experimental evidence
Recalling Survey Answers: A Comparison Across Question Types and Different Levels of Online Panel Experience
Squats in surveys: the use of accelerometers for fitness tasks in surveys
Bludau, SarahUniversity of Duisburg-Essen, GermanyWhen Gender-Bias Meets Fake-News - Results of Two Experimental Online-Studies
Bonnay, Denisrespondi & Université Paris Nanterre, FrancePredicting Online Behaviour  Presenter
Bosau, ChristianRheinische Fachhochschule Köln, GermanyBelieving in social proof or personal experience? - Contrasting and comparing the effect of different kinds of eWOM in online shops  Presenter
If I can virtually touch it, I’ll buy it? Analysing the influence of (non) interactive product presentations in the online-grocery sector
Bosnjak, MichaelZPID - Leibniz Institute for Psychology Information, GermanyDynamics and moderators of panel conditioning effects. A meta-analysis.
Brandenberg, GabrielUniversity of Applied Science Ruhr West, GermanyWhen Gender-Bias Meets Fake-News - Results of Two Experimental Online-Studies  Presenter
Brentel, IngaHeinrich-Heine-Universität DüsseldorfThe Variable Harmonization Hub: A case study in Big Data and digital documentation
Bretschi, DavidGESIS Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences, GermanyDoes the layout make a difference? An experiment on effects of online survey layout and device on data quality
Web-push experiment in a mixed-mode probability-based panel survey  Presenter
Breuer, JohannesGESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences, GermanyIntegrating web tracking and surveys to investigate selective exposure in news consumption
Linking survey data with social media data and the importance of informed consent  Presenter
Methods and Tools for the Automatic Sampling and Analysis of YouTube Comments
Brüggemann, SalimCenter for Democracy Studies Aarau (ZDA), SwitzerlandThe ideological dimension of vote choice response latency
Buchanan, TomUniversity of Westminster, United KingdomParticipant Recruitment Methods can Affect Research Outcomes: Personality Biases in Different Types of 'Online Sample'.  Presenter
Spreading disinformation on Facebook: Do message source or recipient characteristics affect the propagation of ‘fake news’?  Presenter
Bucher, HannahGESIS, GermanySurvey recruitment in 160 characters: Composition and Quality of a new mobile sampling strategy  Presenter
Bujard, MartinFederal Institute of Population Reserach (BiB), GermanyOnline, Face-to-Face or Mixed-Mode? Findings from a Methodological Experiment in the GGP Context
Bunina, AnastasiyaSigmund Freud Private University, AustriaFemalePathways to Online Pornography – Less Addiction – more Play
Recreational gaming – dependence and social problems as outdated concepts in a new world of gaming?
Bunzeck, JanineTH Koeln, Germany“Ok google” - The role of digital Voice Assistants in the lifeworlds of users - An empirical study on relationship types between Voice Assistants and users
Burgard, TanjaZPID - Leibniz Institute for Psychology Information, GermanyDynamics and moderators of panel conditioning effects. A meta-analysis.  Presenter
Buskens, VincentUtrecht University, Netherlands, TheThe Reputation Effects in C2C Online Markets: A Meta-analysis
 
 
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