Measurement errors in surveys / edited by] Paul P. Biemer ... [et al.].
Contributor(s): Biemer, Paul P | International Conference on Measurement Errors in Surveys (1990 : Tucson, Ariz.).Material type: TextSeries: Wiley series in probability and mathematical statisticsApplied probability and statistics: Publisher: New York : Wiley, c1991Description: xxxiii, 760 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 0471534056 (acid-free paper); 9780471534051 (acid-free paper).Subject(s): Error analysis (Mathematics) | ApproximationAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Measurement errors in surveys.; Online version:: Measurement errors in surveys.DDC classification: 511/.43 Other classification: 31.73 | 17,1 | 70.03
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Papers from the International Conference on Measurement Errors in Surveys held on Nov. 11-14, 1990 in Tucson, Ariz.
"A Wiley-Interscience publication."
Includes bibliographical references (p. -733) and index.
1. Measurement error across disciplines -- Section A: The questionnaire -- 2. The current status of questionnaire design -- 3. Response alternatives: The impact of their choice and presentation order -- 4. Context effects in the general social survey -- 5. Mode effects of cognitively designed recall questions: a comparison of answers to telephone and mail surveys -- 6. Nonexperimental research on question wording effects: a contribution to solving the generalizability problem -- 7. Measurement errors in business surveys -- Section B: Respondents and responses -- 8. Recall error: sources and bias reduction techniques -- 9. Measurement effects in self vs. proxy response to survey questions: an information-processing perspective -- 10. An alternative approach to obtaining personal history data -- 11. The item count technique as a method of indirect questioning: a review of its development and a case study application -- 12. Toward a response model in establishment surveys -- Section C: Interviewers and other means of data collection -- 13. Data collection methods and measurement error: an overview -- 14. Reducing interviewer-related error through interviewer training, supervision, and other means -- 15. The design and analysis of reinterview: an overview -- 16. Expenditure diary surveys and their associated errors -- 17. A review of errors of direct observation in crop yield surveys -- 18. Measurement error in continuing surveys of the grocery retail trade using electronic data collection methods -- Section D: Measurement errors in the interview process -- 19. Conversation with a purpose--or conversation? Interaction in the standardized interview -- 20. Cognitive.
laboratory methods: a taxonomy -- 21. Studying respondent-interviewer interaction: the relationship between interviewing style, interviewer behavior, and response behavior -- 22. The effect of interviewer and respondent characteristics on the quality of survey data: a multilevel model -- 23. Interviewer, respondent, and regional office effects on response variance: a statistical decomposition -- Section E: Modeling measurement errors and their effects on estimation and data analysis -- 24. Approaches to the modeling of measurement errors -- 25. A mixed model for analyzing measurement errors for dichotomous variables -- 26. Models for memory effects in count data / Piet G.W.M. van Dosselaar -- 27. Simple response variance: estimation and determinants -- 28. Evaluation of measurement instruments using a structural modeling approach -- 29. A path analysis of cross-national data taking measurement errors into account -- 30. Regression estimation in the presence of measurement error -- 31. Chi-squared tests with complex survey data subject to misclassification error -- 32. The effect of measurement error on event history analysis.