Planned missing data designs in psychological research.

@article{Graham2006PlannedMD,
  title={Planned missing data designs in psychological research.},
  author={John W. Graham and Bonnie J. Taylor and Allison Elizabeth Olchowski and Patricio E Cumsille},
  journal={Psychological methods},
  year={2006},
  volume={11 4},
  pages={
          323-43
        }
}
The authors describe 2 efficiency (planned missing data) designs for measurement: the 3-form design and the 2-method measurement design. The 3-form design, a kind of matrix sampling, allows researchers to leverage limited resources to collect data for 33% more survey questions than can be answered by any 1 respondent. Power tables for estimating correlation effects illustrate the benefit of this design. The 2-method measurement design involves a relatively cheap, less valid measure of a… CONTINUE READING

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