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Computer-based interviews: CASI: de Leeuw et al. (2003). A-CASI: Aquilino et al. (2000); Arasteh et al. (2004); Brown et al. (2008); Couper et al. (2003); Gravlee et al. (2006); Greene (2001); Harmon et al. (2009); Mensch et al. (2008); Newman et al. (2002); Potdar and Koenig (2005). CAPI and MCAPI: Childs and Landreth (2006); T. W. Smith (2008).

Mode effects: Aquilino (1994); Bradburn (1983); de Leeuw et al. (1995); Dillman and Christian (2005); Dillman et al. (2009); Gerich (2008); Heerwegh (2009); Hochstim (1967); Monteiro et al. (2008); Tourangeau and Smith (1996).

Thinkaloud and cognitive interviews: Beatty and Willis (2007); Conrad and Blair (2009); Jobe et al. (1996); Mavhu et al. (2008); Willis (2010).

Longitudinal research in anthropology: Hutchinson (1996); Johansen and White (2002).

Panel attrition: Ahern and Le Brocque (2005); Fitzgerald et al. (1998); Rubin (1976); Thomas et al.

(2001); Tourangeau and Ye (2009); Twisk and de Vente (2002).

Factorial surveys and vignettes: Golge et al. (2003); Jasso (1998, 2008); Wallender (2009).

Time budgets and time diaries: Budlender (2007); Esquivel et al. (2008).

Randomized response: Clark and Desharnais (1998); Lara et al. (2004); Lensveldt-Mulders et al.

(2005); Nordlund et al. (1994); Scheers and Dayton (1987).

Mixed methods: Creswell (2009); Creswell and Plano-Clark (2007); Morse and Niehaus (2009); Pearce (2002); Tashakkori and Teddlie (2003); Yoshikawa et al. (2008).

 
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