SC Noah Uhrig
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Measuring people's trust
J Ermisch, D Gambetta, H Laurie, T Siedler, SC Noah Uhrig
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society …, 2009
2232009
The ecology of tactical overlap
S Olzak, SCN Uhrig
American Sociological Review, 694-717, 2001
1422001
The nature and causes of attrition in the British Household Panel Survey
SCN Uhrig
ISER, 2008
1312008
The class of 1957 after 35 years: Overview and preliminary findings
RM Hauser, D Carr, TS Hauser, J Hayes, M Krecker, HHD Kuo, W Magee, ...
Center for Demography and Ecology Working Paper, 1993
511993
Quality profile: British household panel survey
P Lynn, N Buck, J Burton, H Laurie, NSC Urhig
ISER, Uni& versity of Essex, Colchester, 2006
472006
The nature and causes of attrition in the British Household Panel Study
SC Uhrig
ISER Working Paper Series, 2008
432008
Sexual orientation and poverty in the UK: A review and top-line findings from the UK household longitudinal study
SCN Uhrig
Journal of Research in Gender Studies 5 (1), 23-72, 2015
402015
Brain dysfunction in metabolic disorders
F Plum
North Holland, 1974
401974
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
An examination of poverty and sexual orientation in the UK
SC Uhrig
ISER working paper series, 2014
222014
Using experiments to guide decision making in Understanding Society: Introducing the Innovation Panel
SCN Uhrig
UNDERSTANDING SOCIETY, 2011
172011
The introduction of dependent interviewing on the British Household Panel Survey
A Jäckle, H Laurie, SC Uhrig
ISER Working Paper Series, 2007
162007
‘‘It Is Time Computers Do Clever Things!’’: The Impact of Dependent Interviewing on Interviewer Burden
E Sala, SCN Uhrig, P Lynn
Field Methods 23 (1), 3-23, 2011
152011
Quality profile: British household panel survey-version 2.0: Waves 1 to 13: 1991-2003
N Buck, J Burton, H Laurie, P Lynn, S Uhrig
ISER report, Essex, 2006
152006
Cinema is good for you: the effects of cinema attendance on self reported anxiety or depression and'happiness'
SC Uhrig
ISER Working Paper Series, 2005
152005
Understanding Society Innovation Panel Wave 11: results from methodological experiments
J Burton, R Connelly, MP Couper, TF Crossley, C De Vries, V Gayle, ...
University of Essex, 2019
13*2019
When change matters: An analysis of survey interaction in dependent interviewing on the British Household Panel Study
SCN Uhrig, E Sala
Sociological methods & research 40 (2), 333-366, 2011
132011
Lessons from a randomised experiment with mixed mode designs for a household panel survey
P Lynn, SCN Uhrig, J Burton
Understanding Society Working Paper Series, 2010
132010
Understanding panel conditioning: an examination of social desirability bias in self-reported height and weight in panel surveys using experimental data
SCN Uhrig
Longitudinal and Life Course Studies 3 (1), 120-136, 2011
122011
Noah,(2008),“
SC Uhrig
The Nature and Causes of Attrition in the British Household Panel Study …, 2008
112008
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