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Tourangeau, Roger, Mick P. Couper, and Frederick G. Conrad. 2013. ""Up Means Good" the effect of screen position on evaluative ratings in web surveys." Public Opinion Quarterly, 77: 69-88. PMCID: PMC3954164.
West, Brady T., and Frauke Kreuter. 2013. "Factors Affecting the Accuracy of Interviewer Observations: Evidence from the National Survey of Family Growth (NSFG)." Public Opinion Quarterly, 77(2): 522-548.