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Selected Survey Methodological Publications

Gray, M., Blake, M. and Campanelli, P. (forthcoming 2014). The Use of Cognitive Interviewing Methods to Evaluate Mode Effects in Survey Questions, Field Methods, 26(2).

Nicolaas, G., Campanelli, P., Hope, S., Jäckle, A., Lynn, P. (Under Review). Revisiting ‘Yes/No’ Versus ‘Check all that Apply’: Results from a Mixed Modes Experiment.

Campanelli, P., Gray, M., Blake, M., and Hope, S. (Under Review). Suspicious and Non-Suspicious Response Patterns which Are and Are Not Problematic: Cognitive Interviewing as Tool for Exploring Quantitative Findings.

Campanelli, P., Blake, M., Gray, M., and Hope, S. (Under Review). Mixed Modes and Measurement Error: Using Cognitive Interviewing to Explore the Results of a Mixed Modes Experiment.

Nicolaas, G., Campanelli, P., Hope, S., Jäckle, A., Lynn, P. (2011). Is it a Good Idea to Optimise Question Format for Mode of Data Collection? Results from a Mixed Modes Experiment, ISER working paper series, No. 2011-31, Institute for Social and Economic Research, University of Essex.

Campanelli, P. (2008). Testing Survey Questions, in International Handbook of Survey Methodology , eds. J. Hox, E. de Leeuw, and D. Dillman, Erlbaum.

Campanelli, P. (2008). The Survey Introduction, in Encyclopedia of Survey Research Methods, ed. P. Lavrakas, Sage.

Campanelli, P. (2005). Book review of Methods for Testing and Evaluating Survey Questionnaires, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series A, 168(3), p. 637.

Campanelli, P. and O’Muircheartaigh, C. (2002). The Importance of Experimental Control in Testing the Impact of Interviewer Continuity on Panel Survey Nonresponse, Quality & Quantity, 33, 129-144.

O’Muircheartaigh, C. and Campanelli, P. (1999). A Multilevel Exploration of the Role of Interviewers in Survey Non-response, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series A, 162(3), 437-446.

Campanelli, P. and O’Muircheartaigh, C. (1999). Interviewers, Interviewer Continuity, and Panel Survey Nonresponse, Quality & Quantity, 33(1), 59-76.

Purdon, S., Campanelli, P. and Sturgis, P. (1999). Interviewers’ Calling Strategies on Face-to-Face interview Surveys, Journal of Official Statistics, 15(2), 199-216.

O'Muircheartaigh, C. and Campanelli, P. (1998). The Relative Impact of Interviewer Effects and Sample Design Effects on Survey Precision, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series A, 161(1), 63-77.

Sturgis, P. and Campanelli, P. (1998). The Scope for Reducing Refusals in Household Surveys: An Investigation Based on Transcripts of Tape-Recorded Doorstep Interactions, Journal of the Market Research Society, 40(2), 121-139.

Campanelli, P, Sturgis, P., and Purdon, S. (1997). Can You Hear Me Knocking: An Investigation into the Impact of Interviewers on Survey Response Rates.  Final Report for UK ESRC grant R000235776. London: National Centre for Social Research.

Campanelli, P. (1997). Testing Survey Questions: New Directions in Cognitive Interviewing, Bulletin de Methodologie Sociologique, 55, 5-17.

Campanelli, P., Thomson, K., Moon, N., Staples, T. (1996). The Quality of Occupational Coding in the UK.  In Survey Measurement and Process Quality, eds. L. Lyberg, P. Biemer, M. Colins, E. DeLeeuw, C. Dippo, N. Schwarz, D. Trewin, New York: Wiley.

Campanelli, P. and Channell, J. (1996). The Conceptualisation of Qualifications by Individuals.  Research Studies RS9. London: HMSO.

Gray, R., Campanelli, P., Deepchand, K., and Prescott-Clarke, P. (1996). Seven Years on: The Impact of Attrition on a Follow-up of the 1984/85 Health and Lifestyle Survey Sample. Statistician, 45(2), 1-21.

Martin, J., Bushnell, D., Campanelli, P., and Thomas, R. (1995). A Comparison of Interviewer and Office Coding of Occupations. OPCS Bulletin.

Campanelli, P. and Thomas, R. (1994). Practical Issues in Collecting Life-Time Work Histories in Surveys, Bulletin de Methodologie Sociologique, 42, 114-136.

Campanelli, P., Channell, J., McAulay, L., Renouf, A., and Thomas, R. (1994). Training: An Exploration of the Word and the Concept with an Analysis of the Implications for Survey Design.  Research Series No. 30, Sheffield: Employment Department.

Corti, L. and Campanelli, P.C. (1992).  The Utility of Feeding Forward Earlier Wave Data for Panel Studies.  In Survey and Statistical Computing, eds. A. Westlake, R. Banks, C. Payne, and T. Orchard, Amsterdam:  North-Holland.

Shope J.T., Dielman, T.E., Butchart, A.T., Campanelli, P.C. and Kloska, B.S. (1992).  An elementary school-based alcohol misuse prevention program:  A follow-up evaluation.  Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 53(2), 106-121.

Campanelli, P.C., Martin, E.A., and Rothgeb, J.M. (1991).  The Use of Respondent and Interviewer Debriefing Studies as a Way to Study Response Error in Survey Data.  The Statistician, 40, 253-264.

Martin, E.A., Campanelli, P.C., and Fay, R.E.  (1991).  An Application of Rasch Analysis to Questionnaire Design.  The Statistician, 40, 265-276.

Esposito, J.L., Campanelli, P.C., Rothgeb, J.M., and Polivka, A.E.  (1991).  Determining which questions are best:  Methodologies for evaluating survey questions.  Proceedings of the Section of Survey Methods Research, American Statistical Association, Washington, DC.

Martin, E.A., DeMaio, T.J., and Campanelli, P.C. (1990).  Context effects for Census measures of race and Hispanic origin.  Public Opinion Quarterly, 54(4), 551-566.

Dielman, T.E., Moss, G.E., Harlan, W.R., Campanelli, P.C., Butchart, A.T.  (1990).  Global and component measures of Type A behaviour as predictors of self‑reports of psychological symptoms and life enjoyment. Multivariate Experimental Clinical Research, 9(3), 103-122.

Parsley, T.L., DeMaio, T.J., Sigman, E.P., Martin, E.A., Campanelli, P.C. and Petrick, Patricia L.  (1989). Report on Results of the Classroom Testing for the Questionnaire Design Project.  Washington, DC:  Bureau of the Census, U.S. Department of Commerce.

Campanelli, P.C., Salo, M.T., Schwede, L., and Jackson, B.  (1989).  Report on the Baltimore Pilot Test for the Research on Enumerating the Homeless Project. Washington, DC:  Bureau of the Census, U.S. Department of Commerce.

Dielman, T.E., Butchart, Amy T., Shope, J.T., Campanelli, P.C., and Casper, R.A.  (1989).  A covariance structure model test of antecedents of adolescent alcohol misuse and a prevention effort.  Journal of Drug Education, 19 (4), 337‑361.

Campanelli, P.C., Dielman, T.E., Shope, J.T., Butchart, A.T., and Renner, D.S.  (1989).  Pretest and Treatment Effects in an Elementary School‑Based Alcohol Misuse Prevention Program.  Health Education Quarterly, 16(1), 113‑130.

Campanelli, P.C., Dielman, T.E., and Shope J.T.  (1987).  Validity of adolescents' self‑reports of alcohol use and misuse using a bogus pipeline procedure.  Adolescence, 22, 7‑22.

Dielman, T.E., Shope, J.T., Campanelli, P.C. and Butchart A.T.  (1987).  Elementary school‑based prevention of adolescent alcohol misuse.  Pediatrician:  International Journal of Child and Adolescent Health, 14, 70‑76.

Dielman, T.E., Campanelli, P.C., Shope, J.T. and Butchart, A.T.  (1987).  Susceptibility to peer pressure, self‑esteem, and health locus of control as correlates of adolescent substance abuse.  Health Education Quarterly, 14, 207‑221.

Dielman T.E., Shope, J.T., Butchart, A.T., and Campanelli, P.C.  (1986).  Prevention of adolescent alcohol misuse:  An elementary school program.  Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 11, 259‑281.

Moss, G.E., Dielman, T.E., Campanelli, P.C., Leech, S.L., Harlan, W.R., Harrison, R.V., and Horvath, W.J.  (1986).  Demographic correlates of SI assessments of Type A behaviour.  Psychosomatic Medicine, 48, 564‑574.


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