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Publisher: CentERdata
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This study focuses on general attitudes regarding privacy, confidentiality, and trust, and attitudes toward survey organizations.

Publisher: CentERdata
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This study focuses on respondents’ views on the ethical issues relating to online data collection and paradata (data about the process of data collection, including browser characteristics, user metrics, keystroke files, time stamps, etc).

Publisher: CentERdata
Subject: Politics, Psychology, Religion, Social attitudes and values, Society and social systems
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This research aims at exploring response differences between two modes by comparing the face-to-face surveys of the Dutch ‘European Values Study’ of 2008 with a time parallel web survey based on a part of the EVS in the context of the LISS panel research project.

Publisher: CentERdata
Subject: Income, property and investment
Summary:

This questionnaire is part of the LISS Core Study, a longitudinal survey delivering a broad range of social core information about the panel members. The survey focuses on assets of the panel members.

Publisher: CentERdata
Summary:

The survey focuses on assets.

Publisher: CentERdata
Subject: Employment, labor and retirement, Income, property and investment, Social security and welfare
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This questionnaire is part of the LISS Core Study, a longitudinal survey delivering a broad range of social core information about the panel members. The survey focuses on income.

Publisher: CentERdata
Summary:

The survey focuses on income.

Publisher: CentERdata
Subject: Housing and household, Income, property and investment
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This survey is part of the LISS Core Study, a longitudinal study delivering a broad range of social core information about the panel members. The survey focuses on housing.

Publisher: CentERdata
Summary:

The survey focuses on housing.

Publisher: CentERdata
Subject: Psychology, Survey methodology
Summary:

In August 2008, a questionnaire on feedback in matrix questions was administered to the LISS panel. This questionnaire dealt with attention and usability in online surveys from a respondents’ perspective. The experiment used grey out- and highlighting. After having answered an item, either the...

Publisher: CentERdata
Summary:

This questionnaire is about religion and ethnicity and is part of the second wave of the LISS Core Study.

Publisher: CentERdata
Subject: Social attitudes and values, Survey methodology
Summary:

This study focuses on the impact of number of response categories on response behavior. The study consists of four measurements:

In January 2008, all respondents were presented with twelve statements. The statements were identical for each respondent, but the response scale could differ...

Publisher: CentERdata
Summary:

In January 2008, all respondents were presented with twelve statements. The statements were identical for each respondent, but the response scale could differ per respondent. Each respondent was randomly assigned to one of nine groups.

Publisher: CentERdata
Summary:

This is the second wave of the LISS Core Study module called 'Social Integration and Leisure'.

Publisher: CentERdata
Subject: Society and social systems, Survey methodology
Summary:

The project explores how interactive features in web surveys can influence respondent behavior. In August 2008, the LISS panel was presented a questionnaire on the effect of including motivational statements and follow-up probes on response length and response quality of the responses to open-...

Publisher: CentERdata
Summary:

This is the second wave of the LISS Core Study module called 'Politics and Values'.

Publisher: CentERdata
Subject: Health and well-being, Housing and household, Psychology, Society and social systems, Survey methodology
Summary:

In this study, the influence of verbal, numerical and visual language is tested on a five point scale. In August 2008, a questionnaire was administered to the LISS panel consisting of five questions measured on a five point scale. In September 2008, there was a follow-up survey with different...

Publisher: CentERdata
Summary:

In August 2008, a questionnaire was administered to the LISS panel consisting of five questions measured on a five point scale. There were 18 different groups, in which three visual heuristics were tested: ‘middle means typical’, ‘left and top means first’, and ‘near means related’. For each...

Publisher: CentERdata
Summary:

In February 2008, a second measurement was taken among the same respondents as in January 2008. They were presented the same statements as in January, but with a different response scale. The type of response scale depended on the group to which the respondents had been assigned in January.Panel...

Publisher: CentERdata
Summary:

In September 2008, a questionnaire was administered to the LISS panel consisting of five questions measured on a five point scale. There were 16 different groups, in which two visual heuristics were tested: ‘up means good’, and ‘like means close’. For each heuristic, verbal labels (polar point...

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