Tarek Al Baghal
Tarek Al Baghal
Research Fellow, Institute of Social and Economic Research, University of Essex
Verified email at essex.ac.uk - Homepage
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Memory, communication, and data quality in calendar interviews
RF Belli, I Bilgen, T Al Baghal
Public opinion quarterly 77 (S1), 194-219, 2013
382013
Can we frame the terrorist threat? Issue frames, the perception of threat, and opinions on counterterrorism policies
DP Haider-Markel, MR Joslyn, MT Al-Baghal
Terrorism and Political Violence 18 (4), 545-559, 2006
302006
Using motivational statements in web-instrument design to reduce item-missing rates in a mixed-mode context
T Al Baghal, P Lynn
Public Opinion Quarterly 79 (2), 568-579, 2015
282015
Are the" four factors" indicators of one factor? an application of structural equation modeling methodology to NBA data in prediction of winning percentage
T Baghal
Journal of Quantitative Analysis in Sports 8 (1), 2012
282012
Understanding Society–The UK Household Longitudinal Study, Innovation Panel, Waves 1–9, User Manual
A Jäckle, A Gaia, T Al Baghal, J Burton, P Lynn
Colchester: University of Essex, 2017
272017
Linking Twitter and survey data: The impact of survey mode and demographics on consent rates across three UK studies
T Al Baghal, L Sloan, C Jessop, ML Williams, P Burnap
Social Science Computer Review 38 (5), 517-532, 2020
242020
Linking survey and Twitter data: informed consent, disclosure, security, and archiving
L Sloan, C Jessop, T Al Baghal, M Williams
Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics 15 (1-2), 63-76, 2020
232020
Linking administrative records to surveys: Differences in the correlates to consent decisions
T Al Baghal, G Knies, J Burton
Institute for Social and Economic Research University of Essex …, 2014
202014
The measurement of risk perceptions: The case of smoking
T Baghal
Journal of Risk Research 14 (3), 351-364, 2011
162011
Obtaining data linkage consent for children: factors influencing outcomes and potential biases
T Al Baghal
International Journal of Social Research Methodology 19 (6), 623-643, 2016
142016
What are you doing now? Activity-level responses and recall failures in the American Time Use Survey
T Al Baghal, RF Belli, AL Phillips, N Ruther
Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology 2 (4), 519-537, 2014
122014
Is vague valid? The comparative predictive validity of vague quantifiers and numeric response options
T Al Baghal
Survey Research Methods 8 (3), 169-179, 2014
112014
Understanding society innovation panel wave 6: Results from methodological experiments
N Allum, K Auspurg, M Blake, CL Booker, TF Crossley, J d'Ardenne, ...
Understanding Society Working Paper Series, 2014
102014
Language proficiency among respondents: Implications for data quality in a longitudinal face-to-face survey
A Wenz, T Al Baghal, A Gaia
Journal of survey statistics and methodology 9 (1), 73-93, 2021
92021
Parallel associations and the structure of autobiographical knowledge
RF Belli, T Al Baghal
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 5 (2), 150-157, 2016
92016
Understanding society innovation panel wave 6: Results from methodological experiments
N Allum, K Auspurg, M Blake, CL Booker, TF Crossley, J d'Ardenne, ...
Understanding Society Working Paper Series, 2014
92014
Using data mining to predict the occurrence of respondent retrieval strategies in calendar interviewing: the quality of retrospective reports
R Belli, LD Miller, T Al Baghal, LK Soh
82016
Understanding Society-The UK Household Longitudinal Study: Innovation Panel, Waves 1–8, User Manual
T Al Baghal, A Jäckle, J Burton, P Lynn
Colchester, ISER University of Essex, 2015
72015
The Stability of Mode Preferences: Implications for Tailoring in Longitudinal Surveys
T Al Baghal, J Kelley
methods, data, analyses, 2016
62016
The Effect of Online and Mixed-Mode Measurement of Cognitive Ability
T Al Baghal
Social Science Computer Review, 2018
52018
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