Interviewer effects from a total survey error perspective / [edited by] Kristen Olson [and five others].
- Boca Raton : CRC Press, 
- Chapman & Hall/CRC statistics in social and behavioral sciences
xvii, 341 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
- "The book presents a comprehensive collection of state-of-the-art research on interviewer-administered survey data collection. Although many surveys are conducted using self-administered modes, interviewer-administered modes continue to be optimal for surveys that require high levels of participation, include difficult-to-survey populations, and collect biophysical data. Interviewers are responsible for locating sampled units, contacting sampled individuals and convincing them to cooperate, asking questions on a variety of topics, collecting other kinds of data, and providing data about respondents and the interview environment"-- Provided by publisher.
- Machine generated contents note: Section I History and Overview
1. The Past, Present, and Future of Research on Interviewer Effects / Brady T. West
2. The Legacy of Charles Cannell / Nancy A. Mathiowetz
Section II Training Interviewers
3. General Interviewing Techniques: Developing Evidence-based Practices for Standardized Interviewing / Margaret L. Hudson
4. How to Conduct Effective Interviewer Training: A Meta-Analysis and Systematic Review / Michael Bosnjak
Section III Managing and Monitoring Interviewers and the Survey Process
5. Exploring the Mind of the Interviewer: Findings from Research with Interviewers to Improve the Survey Process / Erica Yu
6. Behavior Change Techniques for Reducing Interviewer Contributions to Total Survey Error / Ryan Hubbard
7. Statistical Identification of Fraudulent Interviews in Surveys: Improving Interviewer Controls / Frauke Kreuter
8. Examining the Utility of Interviewer Observations on the Survey Response Process / Heather Schroeder
Section IV Interviewer Effects and Interview Context and Mode
9. Why Do Interviewers Vary in Achieving Interview Privacy and Does Privacy Matter? / Yasmin A. Altwaijri
10. Unintended Interviewer Bias in a Community-Based Participatory Research Randomized Control Trial among American Indian Youth / Jerreed Ivanich
11. Virtual Interviewers, Social Identities, and Survey Measurement Error / Heidi Reichert
12. Differences in Interaction Quantity and Conversational Flow in CAPI and CATI Interviews / Marieke Haan
13. Interacting with Interviewers in Text and Voice Interviews on Smartphones / H. Yanna Yan
Section V Interviewers and Nonresponse
14. Explaining Interviewer Effects on Survey Unit Nonresponse: A Cross-Survey Analysis / Ulrich Krieger
15. Comparing Two Methods for Managing Telephone Interview Cases / Jamie Wescott
16. Investigating the Use of Nurse Paradata in Understanding Nonresponse to Biological Data Collection / Joseph W. Sakshaug
Section VI Interview Pace and Behaviors
17. Exploring the Antecedents and Consequences of Interviewer Reading Speed (IRS) at the Question Level / Young Ik Cho
18. Response Times as an Indicator of Data Quality: Associations with Question, Interviewer, and Respondent Characteristics in a Health Survey of Diverse Respondents / Dorothy Farrar Edwards
19. Accuracy and Utility of Using Paradata to Detect Question-Reading Deviations / Jennifer Kelley
20. What Do Interviewers Learn?: Changes in Interview Length and Interviewer Behaviors over the Field Period / Jolene D. Smyth
Section VII Estimating Interviewer Effects
21. Modeling Interviewer Effects in the National Health Interview Survey / Aaron Maitland
22. A Comparison of Different Approaches to Examining Whether Interviewer Effects Tend to Vary Across Different Subgroups of Respondents / Celine Wuyts
23. Designing Studies for Comparing Interviewer Variance in Two Groups of Survey Interviewers / Brady T. West.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Olson, Kristen, editor.
- Other format:
- Online version: Interviewer effects from a total survey error perspective.
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