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Here you will find material from workshops and presentations associated with LORE.

The Barcelona-Gothenburg-Bergen workshop on experimental political science

See the Experiments workshop page for more information and to download papers from the various workshops held in 2015, 2016 and 2017.


LORE at AAPOR 2015

In May 2015 LORE again contributed with several presentations and papers on AAPOR. Here are a few of the presentations:

What Day of the Week Would You Like to Answer Our Survey? (Maria Andreasson)

Response option order effects. Scale lengths and horizontal or vertical layout (Johan Martinsson)Do Response Rates Matter in Online Panels? Representativity at Different Levels of Cumulative Response Rates (Johan Martinsson)

LORE at AAPOR 2014

At AAPOR in May 2014, LORE had several papers and presentations. Here are two of them:

Once a Satisficer, Not Always a Satisficer - Evidence from a Trap Question Experiment (Sebastian Lundmark and Johan Martinsson)Introducing Bias? An Evaluation of a Referendum Ballot (poster by Sebastian Lundmark and Mikael Gilljam)


LORE at AAPOR 2013

In May 2013 LORE contributed with several presentations and papers on AAPOR. Among the studies presented were an examination of quality in different kinds of internet panels 

Martinsson, Dahlberg and Lundmark (2013) AAPOR Is Accuracy Only for Probability Samples

and a study of how respondents are affected by taking several surveys within a panel, so called panel learning effects.

Lundmark and Gilljam (2013) Participation Effects in Panel Surveys - Evidence from a Seven-Wave Randomized Experiment

In addition to this LORE also presented a poster that summarized s study on the consequences of “hot topic” recruitment. 

Poster Hot Topic Recruitment


Workshop in Montréal on web panels, May 2013

In May 2013 The Centre for the Study of Democratic Citizenship based at McGill University in Montreal, Canada held a workshop on panel data. The research director of LORE, Johan Martinsson, was invited to the workshop to hold a number of presentations. The presentations are available to download here.

Schedule - Workshop on Online Panel Data

Workshop_McGill2013_Martinsson (.zip)


Workshop on Population Based Survey Experiments in March 2012

March 9th and 10th 2012 MOD and LORE held a workshop on Advances in Population Based Survey Experiments with three invited speakers from the US: Professor Diana Mutz, Samuel A. Stouffer, Professor of Communication and Political Science, University of Pennsylvania, Professor Matthew A. Baum, Marvin Kalb Professor of Global Communications , Harvard University and Professor Leonie Huddy, Director of Center Survey Research, Stony Brook University. The power point presentations are downloadable below:

An introduction to population-based survey experiments (D Mutz)Analysis of Population Based Survey Experiments (D Mutz)Measurement issues (L Huddy)Sampling Issues (L Huddy)Sweden lecture on survey modalities (M Baum)

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