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Sampling Methods for Random Digit Dialing
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A method of sample selection for household telephone interviewing via random digit dialing is developed which significantly reduces the cost of such surveys as compared to dialing numbers completely at random. Expand
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A Study of Response Errors in Expenditures Data from Household Interviews
Abstract In the collection of consumer expenditures data through household interviews, a major source of error arises from respondents' failure to recall expenditures, or to recall exactly when theExpand
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Sample design: Third National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey.
This report presents a detailed description of the sample design for the Third National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 1988-94, including a brief description of research that led to theExpand
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Telephone survey methodology
SECTION A: COVERAGE OF THE HOUSEHOLD POPULATION BY TELEPHONES.An Overview of Telephone Coverage (J. Massey). International Comparisons of Telephone Coverage (D. Trewin & G. Lee). Trends in the UnitedExpand
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Random digit dialing in selecting a population-based control group.
Results are described from four epidemiologic studies in the United States which used random digit dialing in over 30,000 households to identify controls from the general population for use inExpand
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BIAS IN LIST-ASSISTED TELEPHONE SAMPLES
A number of researchers have suggested list-assisted sampling for the selection of telephone households to overcome some of the operational difficulties associated with the MitofskyWaksberg methodsExpand
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Technical Report and Data File User's Manual for the 1992 National Adult Literacy Survey.
Irwin Kirsch, Kentaro Yamamoto, Norma Norris, Donald Rock, Ann Jungeblut, and Patricia O’Reilly Educational Testing Service Anne Campbell Dine College Lynn Jenkins Wordsworth Writing and EditingExpand
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Random Digit Dialing Sampling for Case–Control Studies
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Random digit dialing (RDD) is a useful tool in epidemiological research, particularly for selecting controls in population-based case–control studies. Expand
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