Key publications

Felderer, B. and A.G. Blom (2022). Acceptance of the Automated Online Collection of Geographical Information. Sociological Methods and Research, 51(2), 866-886. DOI: 10.1177/0049124119882480

Cornesse, C., U. Krieger, M.-L. Sohnius, M. Fikel, S. Friedel, T. Rettig, A. Wenz, S. Juhl, R. Lehrer, K. Möhring, E. Naumann, M. Reifenscheid, and A.G. Blom (2022). From German Internet Panel to Mannheim Corona Study: Adapting a probability-based online panel infrastructure during the pandemic. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A. 185(3): 773-797.
DOI: 10.1111/rssa.12749

Cornesse, C., B. Felderer, M. Fikel, U. Krieger, and A.G. Blom(2022). Recruiting a Probability-Based Online Panel via Postal Mail: Experimental Evidence. Social Science Computer Review, 40(5): 1259-1284.
DOI: 10.1177/08944393211006059

Gavras, K., J.K. Höhne, A.G. Blom, and H. Schoen (2022). Innovating the Collection of Open-Ended Answers: The Linguistic and Content Characteristics of Written and Oral Answers to Political Attitude Questions. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A. 185(3): 872-890. DOI: 10.1111/rssa.12807

Blom, A.G., A. Wenz, C. Cornesse, T. Rettig, M. Fikel, S. Friedel, K. Möhring, E. Naumann, M. Reifenscheid, and U. Krieger (2021). Barriers to the Large-Scale Adoption of the COVID-19 Contact-Tracing App in Germany: Survey Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 23(3): e23362. DOI: 10.2196/23362

Möhring, K., E. Naumann, M. Reifenscheid, A. Wenz, T. Rettig, U. Krieger, S. Friedel, M. Fikel, C. Cornesse, and A.G. Blom (2021). The COVID-19 Pandemic and Subjective Well-Being: Longitudinal Evidence on Satisfaction with Work and Family, European Societies,23(Supp1), S601-S617.
DOI: 10.1080/14616696.2020.1833066

Höhne, J.K., C. Cornesse, St. Schlosser, M.P. Couper, and A.G. Blom (2021). Looking up Answers to Political Knowledge Questions in Web Surveys. Public Opinion Quarterly, 84(4), 986–999, DOI: 10.1093/poq/nfaa049

Cornesse, C. and A.G. Blom (2020). Response Quality in Nonprobability and Probability-Based Online Panels. Sociological Methods and Research. Published Online First on 6th May 2020. DOI: 10.1177/0049124120914940

Cornesse, C., A.G. Blom, D. Dutwin, J.A. Krosnick, E.D. de Leeuw, St. Legleye, J. Pasek, D. Pennay, B. Philips, J.W. Sakshaug, B. Struminskaya, and A. Wenz (2020). A Review of Conceptual Approaches and Empirical Evidence on Probability and Nonprobability Sample Survey Research.Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology, 8(1), 4-36. DOI: 10.1093/jssam/smz041

Höhne, J.K., S. Schlosser, M.P. Couper, and A.G. Blom (2020). Switching Away: Exploring On-Device Media Multitasking in Web Surveys. Computers in Human Behavior, 111. DOI: 10.1016/j.chb.2020.106417

Stark, T.H., H. Silber, J.A. Krosnick, A.G. Blom, M. Aoyagi, A. Belchior, M. Bosnjak, S. Lund Clement, M. John, G.A. Jonsdottir, K. Lawson, P. Lynn, J. Martinsson, D. Shamshiri-Petersen, E. Tvinnereim and R.-R. Yu (2020). Generalization of Classic Question Order Effects Across Cultures. Sociological Methods and Research, 49(3), 567-602. DOI: 10.1177/0049124117747304

West, B.T. and A.G. Blom (2017). Explaining Interviewer Effects: A Research Synthesis, Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology, 5(2), 175-211.
DOI: 10.1093/jssam/smw024

Blom, A.G., J.M.E. Herzing, C. Cornesse, J. Sakshaug, U. Krieger, and D. Bossert (2017). Does the Recruitment of Offline Households Increase the Sample Representativeness of Probability-Based Online Panels? Evidence from the German Internet Panel, Social Science Computer Review, 35(4),498-520.
DOI: 10.1177/0894439316651584

Blom, A.G., M. Bosnjak, A. Cornilleau, A.-S. Cousteaux, M. Das, S. Douhou, and U. Krieger (2016). A Comparison of Four Probability-Based Online and Mixed-Mode Panels in Europe, Social Science Computer Review, 34(1), 8-25. DOI: 10.1177/0894439315574825

Pforr, K., M. Blohm, A.G. Blom, B. Erdel, B. Felderer, M. Fräßdorf, K. Hajek, S. Helmschrott, C. Kleinert, A. Koch, U. Krieger, M. Kroh, S. Martin, D. Saßenroth, C. Schmiedeberg, E.-M. Trüdinger, and B. Rammstedt (2015). Are incentive effects on response rates and nonresponse bias in large-scale face-to-face surveys generalizable to Germany? Evidence from ten experiments, Public Opinion Quarterly, 79(3), 740-768. DOI: 10.1093/poq/nfv014



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