Jennifer Hunter Childs
Jennifer Hunter Childs
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Hypothesis generation, probability judgment, and individual differences in working memory capacity
MRP Dougherty, JE Hunter
Acta psychologica 113 (3), 263-282, 2003
1472003
Probability judgment and subadditivity: The role of working memory capacity and constraining retrieval
MRP Dougherty, J Hunter
Memory & cognition 31 (6), 968-982, 2003
1402003
Mobile technologies for conducting, augmenting and potentially replacing surveys: Executive summary of the AAPOR task force on emerging technologies in public opinion research
MW Link, J Murphy, MF Schober, TD Buskirk, J Hunter Childs, ...
Public Opinion Quarterly 78 (4), 779-787, 2014
952014
Social media in public opinion research: Executive summary of the aapor task force on emerging technologies in public opinion research
J Murphy, MW Link, JH Childs, CL Tesfaye, E Dean, M Stern, J Pasek, ...
Public Opinion Quarterly 78 (4), 788-794, 2014
812014
Social media in public opinion research: report of the AAPOR task force on emerging technologies in public opinion research
J Murphy, MW Link, JH Childs, CL Tesfaye, E Dean, M Stern, J Pasek, ...
American Association for Public Opinion Research, 2014
412014
Guidelines for designing questionnaires for administration in different modes
E Martin, JH Childs, T DeMaio, J Hill, C Reiser, E Gerber, K Styles, ...
US Census Bureau, Washington, DC 20233, 2007
372007
Analyzing interviewer/respondent interactions while using a mobile computer-assisted personal interview device
JH Childs, A Landreth
Field methods 18 (3), 335-351, 2006
242006
Respondent debriefings conducted by experts: A technique for questionnaire evaluation
E Nichols, J Hunter Childs
Field Methods 21 (2), 115-132, 2009
212009
Complex ethnic households in America
A Craver, PL Goerman, BJ Holmes, JH Childs, TS Kang, NE Tongue
Rowman & Littlefield, 2005
202005
Shape of ammonium chloride dendrite tips at small supersaturation
A Dougherty, M Lahiri
Journal of crystal growth 274 (1-2), 233-240, 2005
162005
Interviewing proxy versus self-reporting respondents to obtain information regarding living situations
T King, S Cook, JH Childs
JSM Proceedings, Survey Research Methods Section, American Statistical …, 2012
102012
Development of the federal statistical system public opinion survey
JH Childs, S Willson, SW Martinez, L Rasmussen, M Wroblewski
JSM Proceedings Survey Research Methods Section, 2012
72012
targeted coverage follow-up (TCFU) cognitive testing
JH Childs, A Sorokin, N Jurgenson
Washington DC: Statistical Research Division, US Census Bureau, 2009
72009
Explaining Differences in Inter-coder Reliability between English and Spanish Language Behavior Coding Research
P Goerman, JH Childs, M Clifton
Proceedings from the 2008 Joint Statistical Meetings, Section on Survey …, 2008
72008
Qualitative interviewing with suspected duplicates and cognitive testing of the targeted coverage follow-up (TCFU) interview
EA Peytcheva, M Sha, E Gerber, SL Cook, A Schoua-Glusberg, TR King, ...
Survey Methodology 9, 2013
62013
NRFU questionnaire development: from the 2004 Census test to the 2008 dress rehearsal
JH Childs
Statistical Research Division Study Series (Survey Methodology# 2008-5), 2010
62010
Iterative cognitive testing of the 2010 race and Hispanic origin alternative questionnaire experiment (AQE) reinterview
JH Childs, R Terry, N Jurgenson, M Clifton, G Higbie
Survey Methodology 2010, 13, 2010
62010
Behavior coding analysis report: Evaluating the English and the Spanish versions of the non-response follow-up (NRFU) for the 2006 Census Test
JH Childs, A Landreth, P Goerman, D Norris, A Dajani
Statistical Research Division Study Series (Survey Methodology# 2007-16), 2007
62007
Cognitive test of the 2006 NRFU: Round 2
JH Childs, E Gerber, G Carter, J Beck
Statistical Research Division Study Series Report, Survey Methodology 5, 2006
62006
Attitudes Towards Data Linkage for Evidence-Based Policymaking
AC Fobia, J Holzberg, C Eggleston, JH Childs, J Marlar, G Morales
Public Opinion Quarterly 83 (S1), 264-279, 2019
52019
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