2007 - Fellow of the American Statistical Association (ASA)
Mick P. Couper mainly focuses on Data collection, The Internet, Survey data collection, Social psychology and Sample. The various areas that Mick P. Couper examines in his Data collection study include Range, World Wide Web, Data science and Operations research. His The Internet study combines topics in areas such as Quality, Data mining, Health and Retirement Study and Internet privacy.
Mick P. Couper undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Survey data collection and Term in his work. Mick P. Couper has included themes like Cognitive psychology, Scale and Race in his Social psychology study. His Sample research integrates issues from Demography and Survey methodology.
Mick P. Couper mainly investigates Social psychology, Data collection, World Wide Web, The Internet and Survey data collection. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Applied psychology and Race. The Data collection study combines topics in areas such as Incentive and Internet privacy.
Mick P. Couper does research in World Wide Web, focusing on Mobile Web specifically. His research investigates the connection between The Internet and topics such as Health and Retirement Study that intersect with issues in Quality. Survey data collection is closely attributed to Data science in his work.
Data collection, Internet privacy, Data quality, Quality and Applied psychology are his primary areas of study. His Data collection research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Financial incentives, Survey data collection and Scope. His research in Internet privacy intersects with topics in Internet access, Mobile data collection, Mobile apps, Social research and Mobile device.
He has researched Mobile device in several fields, including Sample and Upload. His Quality research incorporates elements of Multimedia, Affect and Sample representativeness. His studies in Applied psychology integrate themes in fields like Record linkage, Consent rate and Framing.
Mick P. Couper spends much of his time researching Survey data collection, Internet privacy, Data collection, World Wide Web and Mobile device. His work carried out in the field of Survey data collection brings together such families of science as Sampling, Internet access, Propensity score matching and Generalizability theory. His study in Internet privacy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Duration, Study Characteristics, Mobile data collection, Geolocation and Incentive.
His Data collection research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Social research, Download, The Internet and Sampling design. His research in World Wide Web intersects with topics in Computer-assisted web interviewing, Conscientiousness, Satisficing and Commit. His Mobile technology research incorporates themes from Sample and Demographic economics.
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Web surveys: a review of issues and approaches.
Mick P. Couper.
Public Opinion Quarterly (2000)
Nonresponse in household interview surveys
Robert M. Groves;Mick Couper.
Psychological research online: report of Board of Scientific Affairs' Advisory Group on the Conduct of Research on the Internet.
Robert Kraut;Judith Olson;Mahzarin Banaji;Amy Bruckman.
American Psychologist (2004)
Web Survey Design and Administration
Mick P. Couper;Michael W. Traugott;Mark J. Lamias.
Public Opinion Quarterly (2001)
Web surveys: perceptions of burden
Scott D. Crawford;Mick P. Couper;Mark J. Lamias.
Social Science Computer Review (2001)
UNDERSTANDING THE DECISION TO PARTICIPATE IN A SURVEY
Robert M. Groves;Robert B. Cialdini;Mick P. Couper.
Public Opinion Quarterly (1992)
Methods for Testing and Evaluating Survey Questionnaires
Stanley Presser;Mick P. Couper;Judith T. Lessler;Elizabeth Martin.
Nonresponse in Household Interview Surveys: Groves/Nonresponse
Robert M. Groves;Mick P. Couper.
Web Survey Methods Introduction
Mick P. Couper;Peter V. Miller.
Public Opinion Quarterly (2008)
Research Synthesis AAPOR Report on Online Panels
Reg Baker;Stephen J. Blumberg;J. Michael Brick.
Public Opinion Quarterly (2010)
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