Design of web questionnaires: The effects of the number of items per screen

This article analyzes the effects of an experimental manipulation of the number of items per screen in a Web survey with forty questions aimed at measuring arousal. The authors consider effects on survey answers, item nonresponse, interview length, and the respondents' evaluation of several asp...

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Volume: 21
Main Author: Toepoel, V
Das, J.W.M
van Soest, A.H.O
Format: Journal Article
Language: English
Place of publication: Los Angeles, CA SAGE Publications 2009
SAGE PUBLICATIONS INC
published in: Field methods Vol. 21; no. 2; pp. 200 - 213
Related: Research Group: Econometrics
Department of Leisure Studies
Econometrics and Operations Research
Data of publication: 2009
ISSN: 1552-3969
1525-822X
1552-3969
EISSN: 1552-3969
Discipline: Anthropology
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