Scott Crawford
Scott Crawford
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Web surveys: Perceptions of burden
SD Crawford, MP Couper, MJ Lamias
Social science computer review 19 (2), 146-162, 2001
9992001
Mode effects for collecting alcohol and other drug use data: Web and US mail.
SE McCabe, CJ Boyd, MP Couper, S Crawford, H d'Arcy
Journal of studies on alcohol 63 (6), 755-761, 2002
3202002
Web survey design: Paging versus scrolling
A Peytchev, MP Couper, SE McCabe, SD Crawford
International Journal of Public Opinion Quarterly 70 (4), 596-607, 2006
2582006
What they see is what we get: response options for web surveys
MP Couper, R Tourangeau, FG Conrad, SD Crawford
Social science computer review 22 (1), 111-127, 2004
2422004
Pain at the vulvar vestibule: a web-based survey
BD Reed, S Crawford, M Couper, C Cave, HK Haefner
Journal of lower genital tract disease 8 (1), 48-57, 2004
1122004
Applying web-based survey design standards
S Crawford, SE McCabe, D Pope
Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community 29 (1-2), 43-66, 2005
892005
Consumer perceptions of interactions with primary care providers after direct-to-consumer personal genomic testing
CH Van Der Wouden, DA Carere, AH Maitland-Van Der Zee, MT Ruffin IV, ...
Annals of internal medicine 164 (8), 513-522, 2016
832016
How well do customers of direct-to-consumer personal genomic testing services comprehend genetic test results? Findings from the impact of personal genomics study
JE Ostergren, MC Gornick, DA Carere, SS Kalia, WR Uhlmann, MT Ruffin, ...
Public health genomics 18 (4), 216-224, 2015
762015
From mail to web: improving response rates and data collection efficiencies
S Crawford, S McCabe, M Couper, C Boyd
International Conference on Improving Surveys, 25-28, 2002
692002
Consumers report lower confidence in their genetics knowledge following direct-to-consumer personal genomic testing
DA Carere, P Kraft, KA Kaphingst, JS Roberts, RC Green
Genetics in Medicine 18 (1), 65-72, 2016
682016
Mode effects for collecting alcohol and tobacco data among 3rd and 4th grade students: a randomized pilot study of Web-form versus paper-form surveys
SE McCabe, CJ Boyd, A Young, S Crawford, D Pope
Addictive Behaviors 30 (4), 663-671, 2005
532005
Design, methods, and participant characteristics of the Impact of Personal Genomics (PGen) Study, a prospective cohort study of direct-to-consumer personal genomic testing …
DA Carere, MP Couper, SD Crawford, SS Kalia, JR Duggan, TA Moreno, ...
Genome medicine 6 (12), 1-11, 2014
402014
Evaluation of web survey data collection systems
S Crawford
Field Methods 14 (3), 307-321, 2002
402002
Practice environments of nurses in ambulatory oncology settings: a thematic analysis
A Kamimura, K Schneider, CS Lee, SD Crawford, CR Friese
Cancer nursing 35 (1), E1, 2012
362012
Development and testing of web questionnaires
RP Baker, S Crawford, J Swinehart
Methods for testing and evaluating survey questionnaires 361, 384, 2004
362004
Explaining, not just predicting, drives interest in personal genomics
SF Meisel, DA Carere, J Wardle, SS Kalia, TA Moreno, JL Mountain, ...
Genome medicine 7 (1), 1-7, 2015
322015
A typology of real-time validations in web-based surveys
A Peytchev, S Crawford
Social science computer review 23 (2), 235-249, 2005
312005
Use of mobile devices to access computer-optimized web instruments: implications for respondent behavior and data quality
C McClain, SD Crawford, JP Dugan
Annual Meeting of the American Association for Public Opinion Research …, 2012
282012
Feasibility study for collecting alcohol and other drug use data among secondary school students: a web-based survey approach
SE McCabe, CJ Boyd, A Young, S Crawford
Journal of drug education 34 (4), 373-383, 2004
222004
Gaining respondent cooperation in college web-based alcohol surveys: Findings from experiments at two universities
SD Crawford, S McCabe, B Saltz, C Boyd, B Freisthler, MJ Paschall
Annual meeting of the American Association for Public Opinion Research …, 2004
222004
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