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Heerwegh, D., & Loosveldt (2006). An experimental study on the effects of personalization, survey length statement, progress indicators, and survey sponsor logos in web surveys. Journal of Official Statistics, 22(2), 191–210.
Schaeffer, E. M., Krosnick, J. A., Langer, G. E., & Merkle, D. M. (2005). Comparing the quality of data obtained by minimally balanced and fully balanced attitude questions. Public Opinion Quarterly, 69(3), 417–428.
Stueve, A., O'Donnell, L. N., Duran, R., San Doval, A., & Blome, J. (2001). Time-space sampling in minority communities: Results with young Latino men who have sex with men. American Journal of Public Health, 91, 922–926.
Westaby, J. D. (2006). How different survey techniques can impact consultant recommendations: A scientist-practitioner study comparing two popular methods. Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research, 58(4), 195–205.
Wester, K. L., Borders, L., Boul, S., & Horton, E. (2013). Research Quality: Critique of Quantitative Articles in the Journal of Counseling & Development. Journal Of Counseling & Development, 91(3), 280-290.
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