Publications

Keeping in contact with mobile sample members

Methods for longitudinal surveys / Peter Lynn — Sample design for longitudinal surveys / Paul Smith, Peter Lynn and Dave Elliot — Ethical issues in longitudinal surveys / Carli Lessof — Enhancing longitudinal surveys by linking to administrative data / Lisa Calderwood and Carli Lessof — Tackling seam bias through questionnaire design / Jeffrey Moore … [et al.] — Dependent interviewing: a framework and application to current research / Annette J├Ąckle — Attitudes over time: the psychology of panel conditioning / Patrick Sturgis, Nick Allum and Ian Brunton-Smith — Some consequences of survey mode changes in longitudinal surveys / Don A. Dillman — Using auxiliary data for adjustment in longitudinal research / Dirk Sikkel, Joop Hox and Edith de Leeuw — Identifying factors affecting longitudinal survey response / Nicole Watson and Mark Wooden — Keeping in contact with mobile sample members / Mick P. Couper and Mary Beth Ofstedal — The use of respondent incentives on longitudinal surveys / Heather Laurie and Peter Lynn — Attrition in consumer panels / Robert D. Tortora — Joint treatment of nonignorable dropout and informative sampling for longitudinal survey data / Abdulhakeem A.H. Eideh and Gad Nathan — Weighting and calibration for household panels / Ulrich Rendtel and Torsten Harms — Statistical modelling for structured longitudinal designs / Ian Plewis — Using longitudinal surveys to evaluate interventions / Andrea Piesse, David Judkins and Graham Kalton — Robust likelihood-based analysis of longitudinal survey data with missing values / Roderick Little and Guangyu Zhang — Assessing the temporal association of events using longitudinal complex survey data / Norberto Pantoja-Galicia, Mary E. Thompson and Milorad S. Kovacevic — Using marginal mean models for data from longitudinal surveys with a complex design: some advances in methods / Georgia Roberts, Qunshu Ren and J.N.K. Rao — A latent class approach for estimating gross flows in the presence of correlated classification errors / Francesca Bassi and Ugo Trivellato — A comparison of graphical models and structural equation models for the analysis of longitudinal survey data / Peter W.F. Smith, Ann Berrington and Patrick Sturgis.