Response effects due to bystander presence in CASI and paper-and-pencil surveys of drug use and alcohol use.

@article{Aquilino2000ResponseED,
  title={Response effects due to bystander presence in CASI and paper-and-pencil surveys of drug use and alcohol use.},
  author={W S Aquilino and Diane L. Wright and Andrew J. Supple},
  journal={Substance use & misuse},
  year={2000},
  volume={35 6-8},
  pages={845-67}
}
In this study we investigated the influence of bystanders on self-administered interviews asking about the use of alcohol and illicit drugs. Interview participants were adolescents and young adults living in urban and suburban areas of the United States. Participants were assigned randomly to either a computerized or a paper-and-pencil self-administered interview. Results show that the impact of bystanders during the interview varies according to the identity of the bystander, age of the person… CONTINUE READING