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Creator: Winkelmann, Rainer, Studer, Raphael, A.
Title Description
Visual Analogue Scale and Item Response Time Measurement in Happiness Research

This questionnaire examines the way people respond to the same question asked using different answering scales.

Visual Analogue Scale and Item Response Time Measurement in Happiness Research > Part 1

This questionnaire examines the way people respond to the same question asked using different answering scales.Experimental design:In part 1 respondents were randomly assigned to a condition in which the answering type differed (discrete or ordinal).In part 2 the answering type that respondents got in part 1 was preloaded to assign them to the opposite condition (variable fl11a001).Respondents who got answering type 1 in part 1 got answering type 2 in part 2.Respondents who got answering type 2 in part 1 got answering type 1 in part 2.Respondents that didn’t participate in part 1 were assigned to a condition randomly in part 2.In part 2 a selection of respondents was presented “additional questions” at the end of the questionnaire, this as part of an internal project (variable fl11a003).

Visual Analogue Scale and Item Response Time Measurement in Happiness Research > Part 2

This questionnaire examines the way people respond to the same question asked using different answering scales.Experimental design:In part 1 respondents were randomly assigned to a condition in which the answering type differed (discrete or ordinal).In part 2 the answering type that respondents got in part 1 was preloaded to assign them to the opposite condition (variable fl11a001).Respondents who got answering type 1 in part 1 got answering type 2 in part 2.Respondents who got answering type 2 in part 1 got answering type 1 in part 2.Respondents that didn’t participate in part 1 were assigned to a condition randomly in part 2.In part 2 a selection of respondents was presented “additional questions” at the end of the questionnaire, this as part of an internal project (variable fl11a003).

Creator: Dr. H. van der Kolk (Universiteit Twente), Prof.dr. J.N. Tillie (Universiteit van Amsterdam), P. van Erkel, M. van der Velden (Universiteit van Amsterdam), A. Damstra (Universiteit van Amsterdam)
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> Dutch Parliamentary Election Studies > Dutch Parliamentary Election Study 2012

Survey on voters' opinions: after the Dutch parliamentary elections of 2012. political interest and communication/ vote matchers/ party able to solve national problem/ resignation Rutte I/ government policy/ political issues: income differences/ political issues: European Unification/ political issues: self placement on crime, foreigners &amp, nuclear plants/ left-right rating political party/ social issues/ previous voting behaviour/ political knowledge/ sympathy score:political party/ sympathy score: party leader/ voting behaviour 2012 parliamentary elections/ political efficacy/ membership respondent and household members/ activities and communication to influence government/ government spending/ economic prospects/ EU membership/ satisfaction with democracy/ background variables/ self-completed questionnaire Several variables have been excluded from the public data file in order
to protect the privacy of individual respondents. Examples are
municipality, zip code and the regional newspaper a person is reading.
These variables are available for scientific purposes only at Statistics
Netherlands. For more information, contact the Centre for Policy
Related Statistics at Statistics Netherlands via cvb@cbs.nl.

Creator: Aarts, C.W.A.M.
Title Description
LISS panel > Elections House of Representatives 2010

In this study respondents were asked which party they planned to vote for at the elections for the House of Representatives in June 2010.

LISS panel > Immigrants in the Netherlands

The survey investigates the views of the native Dutch public on immigrants. The study incorporates a vignette experiment.

Creator: Ham, C., Aarts, C.W.A.M.
Title Description
Immigrant panel > Dutch Parliamentary Election Studies 2012

In September 2012 the questionnaire “Dutch Parliamentary Election
Studies 2012”, (based on the NKO) was administered to the LISS-I panel
members aged 18 years and older. (Part of the questionnaire also was
presented to the panel members aged 16 or 17, if the questions were
applicable.) Because of the elections that have been held on September
12, the questionnaire was presented on September 13.

Creator: Van Ham, Carolien, Aarts, Kees
Title Description
LISS panel > Dutch Parliamentary Election Studies 2012

In September 2012 the questionnaire “Dutch Parliamentary Election Studies 2012”, (based on the NKO) was administered to the LISS panel members aged 18 years and older. (Part of the questionnaire also was presented to the panel members aged 16 or 17, if the questions were applicable.) Because of the elections that have been held on September 12, the questionnaire was presented on September 13.

Creator: Swan, Emily, Koelen, Maria, Bouwman, Laura, Aarts, Noelle
Title Description
LISS panel > How is obesity perpetuated or resisted in different contexts?

This study examines risk
factors for obesity: besides individual aspects, social and environmental
factors are looked into. By investigating which factors encourage being
'non-obese’, the study aims to discover means by which obesity can be avoided.

Creator: Adams, B. G., Van de Vijver, F.
Title Description
Immigrant panel > The Association between Relational Orientation, Sources of identification, Identity, Personality, Culture and Psychological Well-Being in the Netherlands

This study forms
part of a larger study on identity in ethno cultural groups in South Africa.
The goal of the study is to assess which dimensions of identity are most
important across Western (Dutch) and non-Western (South African) contexts.

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