Feedback in web-based questionnaires as incentive to increase compliance in studies on lifestyle factors.

@article{Blter2012FeedbackIW,
  title={Feedback in web-based questionnaires as incentive to increase compliance in studies on lifestyle factors.},
  author={Olle B{\"a}lter and Elinor Fondell and Katarina B{\"a}lter},
  journal={Public health nutrition},
  year={2012},
  volume={15 6},
  pages={982-8}
}
OBJECTIVE We explored the use of feedback in interactive web-based questionnaires for collecting data on lifestyle factors in epidemiological studies. DESIGN Here we report from a cohort study on lifestyle factors and upper respiratory tract infections among 1805 men and women. We introduced interactivity in the form of personalized feedback and feedback… CONTINUE READING