Indexes to survey methodology literature

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Page 1-47 - Consumer Survey Statistics, Report of Consultant Committee on Consumer Survey Statistics, organized by the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System at the request of the Subcommittee on Economic Statistics of the Joint Committee on the Economic Report, July 1955," Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Economic Statistics, 84th Congress, July 19 and 26, October 4 and 5, 1955, pp.
Page 1-47 - The design of investigations into the effects of radio and television programmes and other mass communications...
Page 1-11 - Some problems in field interviews when using the control group technique in studies in the community.
Page 1-61 - Cultural Norms and Husbands' and Wives' Reports of their Marital Partners' Preferred Frequency of Coitus Relative to their Own," Sociometry, 21 (September, 19S8), pp. 247-254; Paul Wallin and Alexander L. Clark, "Marital Satisfaction and Husbands' and Wives' Perception of Similarity in their Preferred Frequency of Coitus," Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 47 (November, 1958), pp.
Page 1-14 - On the Place of Projective Tests in Opinion and Attitude Surveys.
Page 1-23 - Psychology, 1959, 59, 270-272. Walters, J. Relationship between reliability of responses in family life research and method of data collection.
Page 1-37 - Leading teachers and research workers in statistics — from universities, industry and government — have agreed to participate as lecturers. Lecture topics include subjects in experimental and theoretical statistics...
Page 3-26 - Cultural norms and husbands' and wives' reports of their marital partners' preferred frequency of coitus relative to their own. Sociometry, 21 (1958), 24754. (a) 862. WALLIN, P., and CLARK, A. Marital satisfaction and husbands' and wives' perception of similarity in their preferred frequency of coitus.
Page 2-13 - On Reliability in Polling: a Sociometric Study of Errors in Polling in War Zones.

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