Randomized Response Technique
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Social desirability and the fear of sanctions can deter survey respondents from responding truthfully to sensitive questions… Expand An experimental CATI-survey (N=2041), asking sensitive questions about xenophobia and anti-Semitism in Germany, was conducted to… Expand Yu, Tian, and Tang (2008) proposed two new techniques for asking questions on sensitive topics in population surveys: the… Expand Gaining valid answers to so-called sensitive questions is an age-old problem in survey research. Various techniques have been… Expand Managing natural resources often depends on influencing people's behaviour, however effectively targeting interventions to… Expand Randomized response techniques (RRTs) aim to reduce social desirability bias in the assessment of sensitive attributes but differ… Expand AIMS
Recent studies have suggested that the use of doping substances and particularly of anabolic androgenic steroids (AAS) is… Expand This article discusses two meta-analyses on randomized response technique (RRT) studies, the first on 6 individual validation… Expand To determine whether or not telephone interviewing could be a viable alternative to field interviewing as a method for eliciting… Expand It has been proven theoretically that repeated administration of two-related-question randomized response technique (RRT… Expand