Insuring sample equivalence across internet and paper-and-pencil assessments

@article{Epstein2001InsuringSE,
  title={Insuring sample equivalence across internet and paper-and-pencil assessments},
  author={J. Epstein and W. D. Klinkenberg and D. Wiley and L. McKinley},
  journal={Computers in Human Behavior},
  year={2001},
  volume={17},
  pages={339-346}
}
Internet-based data collection is becoming an increasingly popular method of conducting psychological research. A growing number of studies have investigated the equivalence of data collected over the Internet and data gathered using traditional assessment methods. Many of these studies, however, have had methodological limitations such as using nonequivalent comparison groups and inappropriate data analytic strategies. In this study, 213 undergraduate students were randomly assigned to… CONTINUE READING

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