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American Association for Public Opinion Research

Researchers from the survey methodology group at Utrecht University will attend the American Association for Public Opinion Research (AAPOR) in May this year. They will teach two short courses, on mobile survey design and mixed-mode surveys, chair session, and give the following presentations on recent and in-progress research papers:

  • Willingness to collect smartphone sensor data in a Dutch probability-based online panel of the general population – Bella Struminskaya, Utrecht University; Vera Toepoel, Utrecht University; Peter Lugtig, Utrecht University; Barry Schouten, CBS; Marieke Haan, Utrecht University; Annemieke Luiten, CBS
  • Using GPS data as auxiliary data to review the data quality of a time use survey – Anne Elevelt, Utrecht University; Vera Toepoel, Utrecht University; Peter Lugtig, Utrecht University; Stijn Ruiter, Utrecht University, NSCR (Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement).; Wim Bernasco, NSCR
  • The Multi-Trait Multi-Error Approach to Estimating Measurement Error – Alexandru Cernat, The University Of Manchester; Daniel Oberski, University of Utrecht
  • The Advantages and Disadvantages of Using an Auto Forward Design in a Web Survey – Marieke Haan, Utrecht University; Peter Lugtig, Utrecht University; Bella Struminskaya, Utrecht University; Vera Toepoel, Utrecht University; Jeldrik Bakker, Statistics Netherlands; Barry Schouten, Statistics Netherlands / Utrecht University
  • Does smartphone-friendly survey design help to attract more and different respondents? –  Peter Lugtig, Utrecht University; Vera Toepoel, Utrecht University; Marieke Haan, Utrrecht University; Robbert Zandvliet, I&OResearch; Laurens Klein Kranenburg, I&O research
  • Doing a Time Use Survey on Smartphones Only: What Factors Predict Nonresponse at Different Stages of the Survey Process? – Anne Elevelt, Utrecht University; Peter Lugtig, Utrecht University; Vera Toepoel, Utrecht University
  • Optimization of Fake Good Fake Bad Experiments to measure question sensitivity – Yfke Ongena, University of Groningen; Marieke Haan, Utrecht University