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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of the Royal Statistical Society

Volume 176, Number 1, 1 January 2013

Editorial: The use of paradata in social survey research
pp. 1-3(3)
Authors: Durrant, Gabriele; Kreuter, Frauke

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Experimental designs for identifying causal mechanisms
pp. 5-51(47)
Authors: Imai, Kosuke; Tingley, Dustin; Yamamoto, Teppei

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A Bayesian approach to complex clinical diagnoses: a case‐study in child abuse
pp. 53-96(44)
Authors: Best, Nicky; Ashby, Deborah; Dunstan, Frank; Foreman, David; McIntosh, Neil

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Fairness and the changing fortunes of people in Britain
pp. 97-128(32)
Author: Dorling, Danny

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Using level‐of‐effort paradata in non‐response adjustments with application to field surveys
pp. 147-168(22)
Authors: Biemer, Paul P.; Chen, Patrick; Wang, Kevin

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Interviewer speech and the success of survey invitations
pp. 191-210(20)
Authors: Conrad, Frederick G.; Broome, Jessica S.; Benkí, José R.; Kreuter, Frauke; Groves, Robert M.; Vannette, David; McClain, Colleen

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Assessing the measurement error properties of interviewer observations of neighbourhood characteristics
pp. 227-249(23)
Authors: Casas‐Cordero, C.; Kreuter, F.; Wang, Y.; Babey, S.

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Analysing interviewer call record data by using a multilevel discrete time event history modelling approach
pp. 251-269(19)
Authors: Durrant, Gabriele B.; D'Arrigo, Julia; Steele, Fiona

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Using paradata to explore item level response times in surveys
pp. 271-286(16)
Authors: Couper, Mick P.; Kreuter, Frauke

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