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129 Measuring quantitative sensitive behaviors

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General Information

Title Measuring quantitative sensitive behaviors
Panel LISS panel
Project Number 129
Abstract This study evaluates the effectiveness of the technique Item Sum Technique Double List (ISTDL), which was derived from the item count technique (ICT) and was developed to measure sensitive behaviors.
Study Type Assembled Studies
Longitudinal Type Single Wave Study
Begin date 2014-05-05
End date 2014-05-27
Topics
Researcher Korndörfer, M., Krumpal, I., Jann, B., and Schmukle, S.
Analysis Unit Individual
Publisher CentERdata
Copyright © 2014 CentERdata
Funding Organization
CentERdata/MESS Project


Response Overview

Selected number of household members: 8033 (100%)
Non-response: 1485 (22.7%)
Response: 6548 (81.5%)
Complete: 6539 (81.4%)
Incomplete: 9 (0.1%)

Collection Events

Data Collection Period: 2014-05-05 to 2014-05-27
Sample: Panel members aged 16 years or older
Data Collection Mode: internet survey
Fieldwork Organization: CentERdata
Fieldwork Note: A reminder was sent twice to non-respondents

Questionnaires

The metadata for the questions in this study have not yet been published.

Codebooks and Other Materials

Filename: codebook_​kv14a_​EN_​1.0.pdf
Material Type: pdf
Description: Codebook in English
File: Download
Filename: codeboek_​kv14a_​NL_​1.0.pdf
Material Type: pdf
Description: Codebook in Dutch
File: Download

Datasets

Dataset: kv14a
Version: 1.0
Variables: View Variables

Datafiles

Filename Type Note Download
kv14a_EN_1.0p.sav zip_spss SPSS file Download
kv14a_EN_1.0p.dta zip_stata STATA file Download

Codings

There are no Codings for this Dataset

Publications

The following publications based on the data of this study are currently available:

  1. Item Sum Double-List Technique: An Enhanced Design for Asking Quantitative Sensitive Questions
    Survey Research Methods, 12(2), 91-102
    Krumpal, I., ; Jann, B., ; Korndöfer, M., ; Schmukle, S.C.