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Field Methods

"Field Methods (FMX) is the indispensable tool for scholars, students and professionals who do fieldwork. It offers important refereed articles, descriptions of methodological advances, advice on the use of specific field techniques, help with both qualitative and quantitative methods, essays and think pieces, and book and software reviews... all the tools necessary for those who conduct fieldwork." (From publisher's website)

Impact Factor1.100
Peer ReviewedYes
Publishing FrequencyQuarterly
Articles Published/Year26
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PubMed Central SubmissionMethod C

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Select PSC Publications in Field Methods

Couper, Mick P., P. Berglund, N. Kirgis, and S. Buageila. 2016. "Using Text-to-speech (TTS) for Audio Computer-assisted Self-interviewing (ACASI)." Field Methods, 28(2): 95-111.

Fomby, Paula, Narayan Sastry, and Katherine McGonagle. Forthcoming. "Effectiveness of a Time-limited Incentive on Participation by Hard-to-reach Respondents in a Panel Study." Field Methods. NIHMSID: NIHMS829095.

McGonagle, Katherine, Charles C. Brown, and Robert F. Schoeni. 2015. "The Effects of Respondents' Consent to Be Recorded on Interview Length and Data Quality in a National Panel Study." Field Methods, 27(5): 373-390. PMCID: PMC4634640.

West, Brady T., and Frauke Kreuter. 2015. "A Practical Technique for Improving the Accuracy of Interviewer Observations of Respondent Characteristics." Field Methods, 27(2): 144-162.

Mavletova, Aigul, and Mick P. Couper. 2015. "Grouping of Items in Mobile Web Questionnaires." Field Methods, 28(2): 170-193.

Wagner, James, Jennifer Arrieta, Heidi Guyer, and Mary Beth Ofstedal. 2014. "Does Sequence Matter in Multimode Surveys: Results from an Experiment." Field Methods, 26(2): 141-155. PMCID: PMC3992480.