Published on in Vol 15, No 11 (2013): November

Comparison of US Panel Vendors for Online Surveys

Comparison of US Panel Vendors for Online Surveys

Comparison of US Panel Vendors for Online Surveys

Journals

  1. Vasilopoulos P, Marcus G, Valentino N, Foucault M. Fear, Anger, and Voting for the Far Right: Evidence from the November 13, 2015 Paris Terror Attacks. SSRN Electronic Journal 2018 View
  2. Gage H, Egan B, Williams P, Brands B, Györei E, López-Robles J, Campoy C, Decsi T, Koletzko B, Raats M. Importance of mental performance in parental choice of food for children aged 4–10 years: a study in four European countries. Public Health Nutrition 2017;20(6):992 View
  3. Møller M, Haustein S. Anger expression among Danish cyclists and drivers: A comparison based on mode specific anger expression inventories. Accident Analysis & Prevention 2017;108:354 View
  4. Inns T, Curtis D, Crook P, Vivancos R, Gardiner D, McCarthy N, Mook P. Are food exposures obtained through commercial market panels representative of the general population? Implications for outbreak investigations. Epidemiology and Infection 2019;147 View
  5. Sances M. Missing the Target? Using Surveys to Validate Social Media Ad Targeting. Political Science Research and Methods 2021;9(1):215 View
  6. Palaniappan K, Kum I. Underlying Causes behind Research Study Participants’ Careless and Biased Responses in the Field of Sciences. Current Psychology 2019;38(6):1737 View
  7. Hays R, Liu H, Kapteyn A. Use of Internet panels to conduct surveys. Behavior Research Methods 2015;47(3):685 View
  8. Forrest C, Meltzer L, Marcus C, de la Motte A, Kratchman A, Buysse D, Pilkonis P, Becker B, Bevans K. Development and validation of the PROMIS Pediatric Sleep Disturbance and Sleep-Related Impairment item banks. Sleep 2018;41(6) View
  9. Black J, Rockhill K, Forber A, Amioka E, May K, Haynes C, Dasgupta N, Dart R. An Online Survey for Pharmacoepidemiological Investigation (Survey of Non-Medical Use of Prescription Drugs Program): Validation Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(10):e15830 View
  10. Erens B, Burkill S, Couper M, Conrad F, Clifton S, Tanton C, Phelps A, Datta J, Mercer C, Sonnenberg P, Prah P, Mitchell K, Wellings K, Johnson A, Copas A. Nonprobability Web Surveys to Measure Sexual Behaviors and Attitudes in the General Population: A Comparison With a Probability Sample Interview Survey. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(12):e276 View
  11. Golob U, Kos Koklic M, Podnar K, Zabkar V. The role of environmentally conscious purchase behaviour and green scepticism in organic food consumption. British Food Journal 2018;120(10):2411 View
  12. MOOK P, KANAGARAJAH S, MAGUIRE H, ADAK G, DABRERA G, WALDRAM A, FREEMAN R, CHARLETT A, OLIVER I. Selection of population controls for a Salmonella case-control study in the UK using a market research panel and web-survey provides time and resource savings. Epidemiology and Infection 2016;144(6):1220 View
  13. Mook P, McCormick J, Kanagarajah S, Adak G, Cleary P, Elson R, Gobin M, Hawker J, Inns T, Sinclair C, Trienekens S, Vivancos R, McCarthy N. Online market research panel members as controls in case–control studies to investigate gastrointestinal disease outbreaks: early experiences and lessons learnt from the UK. Epidemiology and Infection 2018;146(4):458 View
  14. Scherer C, Emberger-Klein A, Menrad K. Consumer preferences for outdoor sporting equipment made of bio-based plastics: Results of a choice-based-conjoint experiment in Germany. Journal of Cleaner Production 2018;203:1085 View
  15. Hollier L, Pettigrew S, Slevin T, Strickland M, Minto C. Comparing online and telephone survey results in the context of a skin cancer prevention campaign evaluation. Journal of Public Health 2017;39(1):193 View
  16. Fabiano G, Schatz N, Jerome S. Parental Preferences for Early Intervention Programming Examined Using Best–Worst Scaling Methodology. Child & Youth Care Forum 2016;45(5):655 View
  17. Chandler J, Rosenzweig C, Moss A, Robinson J, Litman L. Online panels in social science research: Expanding sampling methods beyond Mechanical Turk. Behavior Research Methods 2019;51(5):2022 View
  18. Perez-Nieves M, Ivanova J, Hadjiyianni I, Zhao C, Cao D, Schmerold L, Kalirai S, King S, DeLozier A, Birnbaum H, Peyrot M. Basal insulin initiation use and experience among people with type 2 diabetes mellitus with different patterns of persistence: results from a multi-national survey. Current Medical Research and Opinion 2017;33(10):1833 View
  19. Scherer C, Emberger-Klein A, Menrad K. Segmentation of interested and less interested consumers in sports equipment made of bio-based plastic. Sustainable Production and Consumption 2018;14:53 View
  20. Pickard A, Law E, Jiang R, Pullenayegum E, Shaw J, Xie F, Oppe M, Boye K, Chapman R, Gong C, Balch A, Busschbach J. United States Valuation of EQ-5D-5L Health States Using an International Protocol. Value in Health 2019;22(8):931 View
  21. Fisher K, Barile J, Guerin R, Vanden Esschert K, Jeffers A, Tian L, Garcia-Williams A, Gurbaxani B, Thompson W, Prue C. Factors Associated with Cloth Face Covering Use Among Adults During the COVID-19 Pandemic — United States, April and May 2020. MMWR. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report 2020;69(28):933 View
  22. Jakubczyk M, Craig B, Barra M, Groothuis-Oudshoorn C, Hartman J, Huynh E, Ramos-Goñi J, Stolk E, Rand K. Choice Defines Value: A Predictive Modeling Competition in Health Preference Research. Value in Health 2018;21(2):229 View
  23. Dynes A, Hassell H, Miles M. The Personality of the Politically Ambitious. Political Behavior 2019;41(2):309 View
  24. Kim S, Connaughton D. Youth Soccer Parents' Attitudes and Perceptions About Concussions. Journal of Adolescent Health 2021;68(1):184 View
  25. Forrest C, Devine J, Bevans K, Becker B, Carle A, Teneralli R, Moon J, Tucker C, Ravens-Sieberer U. Development and psychometric evaluation of the PROMIS Pediatric Life Satisfaction item banks, child-report, and parent-proxy editions. Quality of Life Research 2018;27(1):217 View
  26. Forrest C, Ravens-Sieberer U, Devine J, Becker B, Teneralli R, Moon J, Carle A, Tucker C, Bevans K. Development and Evaluation of the PROMIS® Pediatric Positive Affect Item Bank, Child-Report and Parent-Proxy Editions. Journal of Happiness Studies 2018;19(3):699 View
  27. Forrest C, Bevans K, Filus A, Devine J, Becker B, Carle A, Teneralli R, Moon J, Ravens-Sieberer U. Assessing Children’s Eudaimonic Well-Being: The PROMIS Pediatric Meaning and Purpose Item Banks. Journal of Pediatric Psychology 2019;44(9):1074 View
  28. Dutwin D, Buskirk T. Apples to Oranges or Gala versus Golden Delicious?. Public Opinion Quarterly 2017;81(S1):213 View
  29. Wang-Schweig M, Miller B, Buller D, Byrnes H, Bourdeau B, Rogers V. Using Panel Vendors for Recruitment Into a Web-Based Family Prevention Program: Methodological Considerations. Evaluation & the Health Professions 2019;42(1):24 View
  30. Møller M, Haustein S. Road anger expression—Changes over time and attributed reasons. Accident Analysis & Prevention 2018;119:29 View
  31. Sheffer C, Miller A, Bickel W, Devonish J, O’Connor R, Wang C, Rivard C, Gage‐Bouchard E. The treasure of now and an uncertain future: Delay discounting and health behaviors among cancer survivors. Cancer 2018;124(24):4711 View
  32. Li W, Mills D, Nower L. The relationship of loot box purchases to problem video gaming and problem gambling. Addictive Behaviors 2019;97:27 View
  33. Craig B, Rand K. Choice Defines QALYs. Medical Care 2018;56(6):529 View
  34. Muto K, Yamamoto I, Nagasu M, Tanaka M, Wada K, Ojima T. Japanese citizens' behavioral changes and preparedness against COVID-19: An online survey during the early phase of the pandemic. PLOS ONE 2020;15(6):e0234292 View
  35. Jai T, King N. Privacy versus reward: Do loyalty programs increase consumers' willingness to share personal information with third-party advertisers and data brokers?. Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services 2016;28:296 View
  36. Vasilopoulos P, Brouard S. System Justification and Affective Responses to Terrorism: Evidence from the November 2015 Paris Attacks. Political Psychology 2020;41(3):569 View
  37. Dever J. Discussion of “How Errors Cumulate: Two Examples” by Roger Tourangeau. Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology 2020;8(3):433 View
  38. Unangst J, Amaya A, Sanders H, Howard J, Ferrell A, Karon S, Dever J. A Process for Decomposing Total Survey Error in Probability and Nonprobability Surveys: A Case Study Comparing Health Statistics in US Internet Panels. Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology 2020;8(1):62 View
  39. Hockenhull J, Black J, Haynes C, Rockhill K, Dargan P, Dart R, Wood D. Nonmedical use of benzodiazepines and Z‐drugs in the UK. British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology 2021;87(4):1676 View
  40. Whitehill J, Trangenstein P, Jenkins M, Jernigan D, Moreno M. Exposure to Cannabis Marketing in Social and Traditional Media and Past-Year Use Among Adolescents in States With Legal Retail Cannabis. Journal of Adolescent Health 2020;66(2):247 View
  41. Richardson C, Morgan N, Bleser J, Aronson K, Perkins D. A novel approach for evaluating programs designed to serve military veterans: Using an adapted common components analysis. Evaluation and Program Planning 2019;72:145 View
  42. Savin I, Drews S, Maestre-Andrés S, van den Bergh J. Public views on carbon taxation and its fairness: a computational-linguistics analysis. Climatic Change 2020;162(4):2107 View
  43. Gruca T, Hottel W, Comstock J, Olson A, Rosenthal G. Sex and cardiovascular disease status differences in attitudes and willingness to participate in clinical research studies/clinical trials. Trials 2018;19(1) View
  44. Miller C, Guidry J, Dahman B, Thomson M. A Tale of Two Diverse Qualtrics Samples: Information for Online Survey Researchers. Cancer Epidemiology Biomarkers & Prevention 2020;29(4):731 View
  45. Barile J, Guerin R, Fisher K, Tian L, Okun A, Vanden Esschert K, Jeffers A, Gurbaxani B, Thompson W, Prue C. Theory-based Behavioral Predictors of Self-reported Use of Face Coverings in Public Settings during the COVID-19 Pandemic in the United States. Annals of Behavioral Medicine 2021;55(1):82 View
  46. Tomaselli V, Battiato S, Ortis A, Cantone G, Urso S, Polosa R. Methods, Developments, and Technological Innovations for Population Surveys. Social Science Computer Review 2021:089443932199421 View
  47. Schonlau M, Couper M. Options for Conducting Web Surveys. Statistical Science 2017;32(2) View
  48. Bourdeau B, Miller B, Byrnes H, Woodall W, Buller D, Grube J. Efficacy of a Web-Based Intervention (Smart Choices 4 Teens) for Facilitating Parent-Adolescent Communication About Relationships and Sexuality: Randomized Controlled Trial. JMIR Pediatrics and Parenting 2021;4(2):e19114 View
  49. Lieberknecht K. Community-Centered Climate Planning. Journal of the American Planning Association 2021:1 View
  50. Montague I, Stout K, Shmulsky R. Love It or Leave It: What Do Millennials Really Think of Wood Products?. Forest Products Journal 2021;71(2):150 View