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.
Racké, Dominik Norstat Deutschland GmbH, Germany Data Literacy in the Age of Insight Democratization Presenter Raphaela, Sammueller Universität Würzburg, Germany Fact or Fake? A mediapsychological perspective on children judging credibility of news Ravagnan, Manuela Demetra Opinioni.net srl, Italy Embedding the first question in the e-mail invitation: the effect on web survey response How to catch an online survey cheater Presenter Selection Bias and Representativeness of Survey Samples: the Effectiveness of Mixing Modes and Sampling Frames Read, Brendan University of Essex, United Kingdom How Do Different Device Specifications Affect Data Collection Using Mobile Devices? Presenter Regy, Bijko Hochschule Ruhr West, Germany Do We Blame it for Its Gender? How Specific Gender Cues Affect the Evaluation of Virtual Online Assistants Respi, Chiara University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy Embedding 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 Rettig, Tobias University of Mannheim, Germany How Much Text Is Too Much? Assessing Respondent Attention to Instruction Texts Depending on Text Length Presenter Recalling Survey Answers: A Comparison Across Question Types and Different Levels of Online Panel Experience Presenter Rieder, Yannick Janssen-Cilag GmbH, Germany Exploring Instagram Data: What’s in Instagram for Market Research and Social Sciences? Presenter Riillo, Cesare Antonio Fabio STATEC research, Luxembourg Out of sight, Out of mind? Survey Modes Effect in objective and subjective questions Presenter PC versus mobile survey modes: are people's life evaluations comparable? Presenter Roßmann, Joss GESIS - Leibniz Institut für Sozialwissenschaften, Germany Attention checks in web surveys: The issue of false positives due to non-compliance Effects of Survey Design and Smartphone Use on Response Quality: Evidence from a Web Survey Experiment Presenter