Mingnan Liu
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Examining completion rates in web surveys via over 25,000 real-world surveys
M Liu, L Wronski
Social Science Computer Review 36 (1), 116-124, 2018
Trap questions in online surveys: Results from three web survey experiments
M Liu, L Wronski
International Journal of Market Research 60 (1), 32-49, 2018
Data collection mode effect on feeling thermometer questions: A comparison of face-to-face and Web surveys
M Liu, Y Wang
Computers in Human Behavior 48, 212-218, 2015
Interviewer gender effects on survey responses to marriage-related questions
M Liu, K Stainback
Public Opinion Quarterly 77 (2), 606-618, 2013
Comparing Extreme Response Styles Between Agree-Disagree and Item-Specific Scales
M Liu, S Lee, FG Conrad
Public Opinion Quarterly 79 (4), 952-975, 2015
Item-by-item versus matrix questions: A web survey experiment
M Liu, A Cernat
Social Science Computer Review 36 (6), 690-706, 2018
Effects of Scale Direction on Response Style of Ordinal Rating Scales.
M Liu, F Keusch
Journal of Official Statistics (JOS) 33 (1), 2017
Comparing acquiescent and extreme response styles in face-to-face and web surveys
M Liu, FG Conrad, S Lee
Quality & quantity 51 (2), 941-958, 2017
Relationship Between Future Time Orientation and Item Nonresponse on Subjective Probability Questions: A Cross-Cultural Analysis
S Lee, M Liu, M Hu
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 48 (5), 698-717, 2017
An inflated view of the facts? How preferences and predispositions shape conspiracy beliefs about the Deflategate scandal
JM Carey, B Nyhan, B Valentino, M Liu
Research & Politics 3 (3), 2053168016668671, 2016
Data collection mode differences between national face-to-face and web surveys on gender inequality and discrimination questions
M Liu
Women's Studies International Forum 60, 11-16, 2017
An experiment testing six formats of 101-point rating scales
M Liu, FG Conrad
Computers in Human Behavior 55, 364-371, 2016
Data collection mode effects on political knowledge
M Liu, Y Wang
Survey Methods: Insights from the Field, 9, 2014
Where Should I Start? On Default Values for Slider Questions in Web Surveys
M Liu, FG Conrad
Social Science Computer Review 37 (2), 248-269, 2019
Impact of Web Survey Invitation Design on Survey Participation, Respondents, and Survey Responses
M Liu, N Kuriakose, J Cohen, S Cho
Social Science Computer Review 34 (5), 631-644, 2016
R Caspar, E Peytcheva, T Yan, S Lee, M Liu, M Hu
Cross-Cultural Survey Guidelines. August, 2016
Web survey experiments on matrix questions
M Liu
Computers in Human Behavior 67, 61-72, 2017
Improving survey response rates: The effect of embedded questions in web survey email Invitations
M Liu, N Inchausti
Survey Practice 10 (1), 1-6, 2017
Interviewer Gender Effect on Acquiescent Response Style in 11 Asian Countries and Societies
M Liu, Y Wang
Field Methods 28 (4), 327-344, 2016
Race-of-Interviewer Effect in the Computer-Assisted Self-Interview Module in a Face-to-Face Survey
M Liu, Y Wang
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 28 (2), 292-305, 2016
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