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Hard-to-Survey Populations and the U.S. Census: Making Use of Social Marketing Campaigns

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Effects of Scale Direction on Response Style of Ordinal Rating Scales

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Does the Length of Fielding Period Matter? Examining Response Scores of Early Versus Late Responders

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Experimenting with Contact Strategies in Business Surveys

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The relationship between internet addiction and personality traits in Slovak secondary schools students

behavior with personality traits among medical students. In: Journal of Mental Health and Human Behaviour, 21(2), 108–111. SIOMOS, K. E., DAFOULI, E. D., BRAIMIOTIS, D. A., MOUZAS, O. D., & ANGELOPOULOS, N. V. 2008. Internet addiction among Greek adolescent students. In: CyberPsychology & Behavior , 11 (6), 653–657. SLOVAK REPUBLIC. 2017. Law no. 369/1990, § 22 “The Law about General Settlement” http://www.zakonypreludi.sk/zz/1990-369 STEPANIKOVA, I., Nie, N. H., & He, X. 2010. Time on the Internet at home, loneliness, and life satisfaction

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