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Context effects in social and psychological research

Kontexteffekte in sozialwissenschaftlichen und psychologischen Untersuchungen
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Schwarz, Norbert; Sudman, Seymour (ed.)

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Abstract Contents: Part 1. Introduction and historical overview – Norbert Schwarz, Seymour Sudman: Introduction (3-4); Howard Schuman: Context effects: state of the past/ state of the art (5-20). Part II. Question-order effects in surveys – Fritz Strack: "Order effects" in survey research: activation and information functions of preceding questions (23-34); Roger Tourangeau: Context effects on responses to attitude questions: attitudes as memory structures (35-48); Jack M. Feldman: Constructive processes as a source of context effects in survey research: explorations in self-generated validity (49-62); Barbara A. Bickart: Question-order effects and brand evaluations: the moderating role of consumer knowledge (63-80); Leonard L. Martin, Thomas F. Harlow: Basking and brooding: the motivating effects of filter questions in surveys (81-96); Dancker D.L. Daamen, Steven E. de Bie: Serial context effects in survey interviews (97-114); John Tarnai, Don A. Dillman: Questionnaire context as a source of response differences in mail and telephone surveys (115-130); Jaak B. Billiet, Lina Waterplas, Geert Loosveldt: Context effects as substantive data in social surveys (131-148); George F. Bishop: Qualitative analysis of question-order and context effects: the use of think-aloud responses (149-162); Tom W. Smith: Thoughts on the nature of context effects (163-184). Part III. Response-order effects in surveys - Norbert Schwarz, Hans J. Hippler, Elisabeth Noelle-Neumann: A cognitive model of response-order effects in survey measurement (187-202); Jon A. Krosnick: The impact of cognitive sophistication and attitude importance on response-order and question-order effects (203-218). Part IV. Order effects in psychological testing - Eric S. Knowles, Michelle C. Coker, Deborah A. Cook, Steven R. Diercks, Mary E. Irwin, Edward J. Lundeen, John W. Neville, Mark E. Sibicky: Order effects within personality measures (221-236); Gerald R. Salancik, Julianne F. Brand: Context influences on the meaning of work (237-248); Abigail T. Panter, Jeffrey S. Tanaka, Tracy R. Wellens: The psychometrics of order effects (249-264). Part V. Social judgment – Galen V. Bodenhausen: Information-processing functions of generic knowledge structures and their role in context effects in social judgment (267-278); Linda M. Maxey, Anthony J. Sanford: Context effects and the communicative functions of quantifiers: implications for their use in attitude research (279-296); Thomas M. Ostrom, Andrew L. Betz, John J. Skowronski: Cognitive representation of bipolar survey items (297-311). Part VI. Summary - Norman M. Bradburn: What have we learned? (315-323).
Keywords survey research; questionnaire; survey; context analysis; attitude research; test; response behavior; data collection method; cognitive factors; interview; data collection method; social research; inventory; methodology; validity; exploration; e-mail; telephone interview; qualitative interview; comparison; psychometrics; social judgement
Classification Research Design; Methods and Techniques of Data Collection and Data Analysis, Statistical Methods, Computer Methods; Basic Research, General Concepts and History of Psychology; Social History, Historical Social Research
Method documentation; basic research; historical
Document language English
Publication Year 1992
Publisher Springer
City Berlin et al.
Page/Pages XVII,353 p.
ISBN 3-540-97705-8
Status Published Version; reviewed
Licence Deposit Licence - No Redistribution, No Modifications