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    1. Dakin, C; Henry, RL; Field, P; Morton, J
      Defining an exacerbation of pulmonary disease in cystic fibrosis

      PEDIATRIC PULMONOLOGY
    2. Figueiras, A; Tato, F; Fontainas, J; Takkouche, B; Gestal-Otero, JJ
      Physicians' attitudes towards voluntary reporting of adverse drug events

      JOURNAL OF EVALUATION IN CLINICAL PRACTICE
    3. Price, JH; Dake, JA; Islam, R
      Selected ethical issues in research and publication: Perceptions of healtheducation faculty

      HEALTH EDUCATION & BEHAVIOR
    4. Robak, T; Gora-Tybor, J; Lech-Maranda, E; Blonski, JZ; Robak, T
      Cladribine in combination with mitoxantrone and cyclophosphamide (CMC) in the treatment of heavily pre-treated patients with advanced indolent lymphoid malignancies

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF HAEMATOLOGY
    5. Beekmann, SE; Vaughn, TE; McCoy, KD; Ferguson, KJ; Torner, JC; Woolson, RF; Doebbeling, BN
      Hospital bloodborne pathogens programs: Program characteristics and blood and body fluid exposure rates

      INFECTION CONTROL AND HOSPITAL EPIDEMIOLOGY
    6. Gattellari, M; Ward, JE
      Will donations to their learned college increase surgeons' participation in surveys? A randomized trial

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL EPIDEMIOLOGY
    7. Streiff, MB; Dundes, L; Spivak, JL
      A mail survey of United States hematologists and oncologists: A comparisonof business reply versus stamped return envelopes

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL EPIDEMIOLOGY
    8. Koloski, NA; Talley, NJ; Boyce, PM; Morris-Yates, AD
      The effects of questionnaire length and lottery ticket inducement on the response rate in mail surveys

      PSYCHOLOGY & HEALTH
    9. O'Neil, KM; Penrod, SD
      Methodological variables in Web-based research that may affect results: Sample type, monetary incentives, and personal information

      BEHAVIOR RESEARCH METHODS INSTRUMENTS & COMPUTERS
    10. Alves, DW; Szucs, PA
      The demographics of E-mail for emergency medicine research

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE
    11. Engle, TJ; Hunton, JE
      The effects of small monetary incentives on response quality and rates in the positive confirmation of account receivable balances

      AUDITING-A JOURNAL OF PRACTICE & THEORY
    12. Coates, T; Wilson, R; Patrick, G; Andre, F; Watson, V
      Hepatitis B vaccines: Assessment of the seroprotective efficacy of two recombinant DNA vaccines

      CLINICAL THERAPEUTICS
    13. Edwards, VJ; Anda, RF; Nordenberg, DF; Felitti, VJ; Williamson, DF; Wright, JA
      Bias assessment for child abuse survey: factors affecting probability of response to a survey about childhood abuse

      CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT
    14. VanGeest, JB; Wynia, MK; Cummins, DS; Wilson, IB
      Effects of different monetary incentives on the return rate of a national mail survey of physicians

      MEDICAL CARE
    15. Reuband, KH
      Possibilities and problems in the use of mail surveys

      KOLNER ZEITSCHRIFT FUR SOZIOLOGIE UND SOZIALPSYCHOLOGIE
    16. Senn, CY; Desmarais, S
      Are our recruitment practices for sex studies working across gender? The effect of topic and gender of recruiter on participation rates of universitymen and women

      JOURNAL OF SEX RESEARCH
    17. Bhandari, M; Guyatt, GH; Swiontkowski, MF; Tornetta, P; Hanson, B; Weaver, B; Sprague, S; Schemitsch, EH
      Surgeon's preferences for the operative treatment of fractures of the tibial shaft - An international survey

      JOURNAL OF BONE AND JOINT SURGERY-AMERICAN VOLUME
    18. Cummings, SM; Savitz, LA; Konrad, TR
      Reported response rates to mailed physician questionnaires

      HEALTH SERVICES RESEARCH
    19. Gabe, J; Denney, D; Lee, RM; Elston, MA; O'Beirne, M
      Researching professional discourses on violence

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF CRIMINOLOGY
    20. Angtuaco, TL; Banaad-Omiotek, GD; Howden, CW
      Differing attitudes toward virtual and conventional colonoscopy for colorectal cancer screening: Surveys among primary care physicians and potential patients

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF GASTROENTEROLOGY
    21. Dommeyer, CJ; Moriarty, E
      Comparing two forms of an e-mail survey: embedded vs. attached

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MARKET RESEARCH
    22. Hartley, J
      Obtaining reprints - Does color help?

      SCIENCE COMMUNICATION
    23. Crane, JT; Ferraro, CM
      Selection criteria for emergency medicine residency applicants

      ACADEMIC EMERGENCY MEDICINE
    24. Oglesby, L; Rotko, T; Krutli, P; Boudet, C; Kruize, H; Jantunen, MJ; Kunzli, N
      Personal exposure assessment studies may suffer from exposure-relevant selection bias

      JOURNAL OF EXPOSURE ANALYSIS AND ENVIRONMENTAL EPIDEMIOLOGY
    25. Parkes, R; Kreiger, N; James, B; Johnson, KC
      Effects on subject response of information brochures and small cash incentives in a mail-based case-control study

      ANNALS OF EPIDEMIOLOGY
    26. Funkhouser, E; Macaluso, M; Wang, XQ
      Alternative strategies for selecting population controls: Comparison of random digit dialing and targeted telephone calls

      ANNALS OF EPIDEMIOLOGY
    27. De Melker, HE; Nagelkerde, NJD; Conyn-Van Spaendonck, MAE
      Non-participation in a population-based seroprevalence study of vaccine-preventable diseases

      EPIDEMIOLOGY AND INFECTION
    28. Asch, S; Connor, SE; Hamilton, EG; Fox, SA
      Problems in recruiting community-based physicians for health services research

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL INTERNAL MEDICINE
    29. Kiernan, M; Phillips, K; Fair, JM; King, AC
      Using direct mail to recruit hispanic adults into a dietary intervention: An experimental study

      ANNALS OF BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE
    30. Houghton, DC; Grewal, R
      Please, let's get an answer - Any answer: Need for consumer cognitive closure

      PSYCHOLOGY & MARKETING
    31. Dillman, DA
      The role of behavioral survey methodologists in national statistical agencies

      INTERNATIONAL STATISTICAL REVIEW
    32. Tai, SS; Iliffe, S
      Considerations for the design and analysis of experimental studies in physical activity and exercise promotion: advantages of the randomised controlled trial

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF SPORTS MEDICINE
    33. Schumm, WR
      Psychology of the scientist: LXXXIII. An assessment of Herek's critique ofthe Cameron group's survey studies

      PSYCHOLOGICAL REPORTS
    34. McSweeney, FK; Murphy, ES
      Criticisms of the satiety hypothesis as an explanation for within-session decreases in responding

      JOURNAL OF THE EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS OF BEHAVIOR
    35. Greer, TV; Chuchinprakarn, R; Seshadri, S
      Likelihood of participating in mail survey research - Business respondents' perspectives

      INDUSTRIAL MARKETING MANAGEMENT
    36. De Wulf, K; Hoekstra, JC; Commandeur, HR
      The opening and reading behavior of business-to-business direct mail

      INDUSTRIAL MARKETING MANAGEMENT
    37. Bunn, PA; Kelly, K
      New combinations in the treatment of lung cancer - A time for optimism

      CHEST
    38. Russell-Jones, R
      Extracorporeal photopheresis in cutaneous T-cell lymphoma. Inconsistent data underline the need for randomized studies

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF DERMATOLOGY
    39. Moorman, PG; Newman, B; Millikan, RC; Tse, CKJ; Sandler, DP
      Participation rates in a case control study: The impact of age, race, and race of interviewer

      ANNALS OF EPIDEMIOLOGY
    40. Munoz, B; West, S; Rubin, GS; Schein, OD; Fried, LP; Bandeen-Roche, K
      Who participates in population based studies of visual impairment? The Salisbury eye evaluation project experience

      ANNALS OF EPIDEMIOLOGY
    41. Stang, A; Ahrens, W; Jockel, KH
      Control response proportions in population-based case-control studies in Germany

      EPIDEMIOLOGY
    42. Gwyther, SJ; Aapro, MS; Hatty, SR; Postmus, PE; Smith, IE
      Results of an independent oncology review board of pivotal clinical trialsof gemcitabine in non-small cell lung cancer

      ANTI-CANCER DRUGS
    43. Arzheimer, K; Klein, M
      The effect of material incentives on return rate, panel attrition and sample composition of a mail panel survey

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PUBLIC OPINION RESEARCH
    44. Cho, H; LaRose, R
      Privacy issues in internet surveys

      SOCIAL SCIENCE COMPUTER REVIEW
    45. Shermis, MD; Lombard, D
      A comparison of survey data collected by regular mail and electronic mail questionnaires

      JOURNAL OF BUSINESS AND PSYCHOLOGY
    46. Weinstock, MA; Martin, RA; Risica, PM; Berwick, M; Lasater, T; Rakowski, W; Goldstein, MG; Dube, CE
      Thorough skin examination for the early detection of melanoma

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PREVENTIVE MEDICINE
    47. Hultink, EJ; Robben, HSJ
      Launch strategy and new product performance: An empirical examination in The Netherlands

      JOURNAL OF PRODUCT INNOVATION MANAGEMENT
    48. Labarere, J; Francois, P
      Goals and methodological issues in hospital patient satisfaction surveys. Analysis of the literature

      REVUE D EPIDEMIOLOGIE ET DE SANTE PUBLIQUE
    49. Tassopoulos, NC
      Treatment of patients with chronic hepatitis C and normal ALT levels

      JOURNAL OF HEPATOLOGY
    50. Lindsay, KL
      Treatment of chronic hepatitis C: comparative virologic response rates among the different interferons

      JOURNAL OF HEPATOLOGY
    51. Donaldson, GW; Moinpour, CM; Bush, NE; Chapko, M; Jocom, J; Siadak, M; Nielsen-Stoeck, M; Bradshaw, JM; Bichindaritz, I; Sullivan, KM
      Physician participation in research surveys - A randomized study of inducements to return mailed research questionnaires

      EVALUATION & THE HEALTH PROFESSIONS
    52. Singer, E; Groves, RM; Corning, AD
      Differential incentives - Beliefs about practices, perceptions of equity, and effects on survey participation

      PUBLIC OPINION QUARTERLY
    53. Brown, JA; Nederend, SE; Hays, RD; Short, PF; Farley, DO
      Special issues in assessing care of Medicaid recipients

      MEDICAL CARE
    54. Baldauf, A; Reisinger, H; Moncrief, WC
      Examining motivations to refuse in industrial mail surveys

      JOURNAL OF THE MARKET RESEARCH SOCIETY
    55. McNaughton, RB
      Disk by mail for industrial survey research - A review and example

      INDUSTRIAL MARKETING MANAGEMENT
    56. Firusian, N; Dempke, W
      An early phase II study of intratumoral P-32 chromic phosphate injection therapy for patients with refractory solid tumors and solitary metastases

      CANCER
    57. Dempke, W; Firusian, N
      Treatment of malignant pericardial effusion with P-32-colloid

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF CANCER
    58. WILLIAMS AR; WHELAN P
      USE OF INTRAVENOUS FOSFESTROL TETRASODIUM (HONVAN) INFUSION IN TREATMENT OF SYMPTOMATIC ADVANCED PROSTATE-CANCER

      PROSTATE CANCER AND PROSTATIC DISEASES
    59. LYNN P
      THE BRITISH CRIME SURVEY SAMPLE - A RESPONSE TO ELLIOTT AND ELLINGWORTH

      Sociological research online
    60. SHERER Y; BAKSHI E; ROTMAN P; LEVY Y; SHOENFELD Y
      COMPARATIVE CLINICAL-STUDY OF CEFONICID, CHLORAMPHENICOL, AND PENICILLIN IN COMMUNITY-ACQUIRED PNEUMONIA

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR MEDICINE
    61. GANGULI M; MENDELSOHN A; LYTLE M; DODGE H
      A FOLLOW-UP COMPARISON OF STUDY PARTICIPANTS AND REFUSERS WITHIN A RURAL ELDERLY POPULATION

      The journals of gerontology. Series A, Biological sciences and medical sciences
    62. GANGULI M; LYTLE ME; REYNOLDS MD; DODGE HH
      RANDOM VERSUS VOLUNTEER SELECTION FOR A COMMUNITY-BASED STUDY

      The journals of gerontology. Series A, Biological sciences and medical sciences
    63. THOMSEN TK; PFEIFFER P; BERTELSEN K
      TENIPOSIDE OR CARBOPLATIN IN PATIENTS WITH RECURRENT OR ADVANCED CERVICAL-CARCINOMA - A RANDOMIZED PHASE-II TRIAL

      International journal of gynecological cancer
    64. WILLIAMS CJ
      TAMOXIFEN IN RELAPSED OVARIAN-CANCER - A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW

      International journal of gynecological cancer
    65. Streeton, C; Harris, A
      Treatment patterns of external genital warts in Australian general practice, 1997

      VENEREOLOGY-THE INTERDISCIPLINARY INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SEXUAL HEALTH
    66. KANER EF; HAIGHTON CA; MCAVOY BR
      SO MUCH POST, SO BUSY WITH PRACTICE - SO, NO TIME - A TELEPHONE SURVEY OF GENERAL-PRACTITIONERS REASONS FOR NOT PARTICIPATING IN POSTAL QUESTIONNAIRE SURVEYS

      British journal of general practice
    67. SHAMIR J
      MOTIVATION AND ACCURACY IN ESTIMATING OPINION DISTRIBUTIONS - A SURVEY EXPERIMENT

      International journal of public opinion research
    68. PERKINS JJ; SANSONFISHER RW
      AN EXAMINATION OF SELF-ADMINISTERED AND TELEPHONE-ADMINISTERED MODES OF ADMINISTRATION FOR THE AUSTRALIAN SF-36

      Journal of clinical epidemiology
    69. Brown, WJ; Bryson, L; Byles, JE; Dobson, AJ; Lee, C; Mishra, G; Schofield, M
      Women's health Australia: Recruitment for a national longitudinal cohort study

      WOMEN & HEALTH
    70. Alexandre, J; Faivre, S; Sutherland, W; Cvitkovic, E
      Effects of adjuvant chemotherapy on the natural history and likelihood of therapeutic efficacy in advanced breast cancer patients: a critical literature review

      CANCER TREATMENT REVIEWS
    71. VANDENAKKER M; BUNTINX F; METSEMAKERS JFM; KNOTTNERUS JA
      MORBIDITY IN RESPONDERS AND NONRESPONDERS IN A REGISTER-BASED POPULATION SURVEY

      Family practice (Print)
    72. HUNT JR; WHITE E
      RETAINING AND TRACKING COHORT STUDY MEMBERS

      Epidemiologic reviews
    73. JORDAN KM; DELUTY RH
      COMING OUT FOR LESBIAN WOMEN - ITS RELATION TO ANXIETY, POSITIVE AFFECTIVITY, SELF-ESTEEM, AND SOCIAL SUPPORT

      Journal of homosexuality
    74. SINGER E; VANHOEWYK J; MAHER MP
      DOES THE PAYMENT OF INCENTIVES CREATE EXPECTATION EFFECTS

      Public opinion quarterly
    75. Schaefer, DR; Dillman, DA
      Development of a standard E-mail methodology - Results of an experiment

      PUBLIC OPINION QUARTERLY
    76. PETRY NM
      ETHANOLS EFFECTS ON OPERANT RESPONDING - DIFFERENTIATING REINFORCEMENT EFFICACY AND MOTOR-PERFORMANCE

      Physiology & behavior
    77. ASCH DA; CHRISTAKIS NA; UBEL PA
      CONDUCTING PHYSICIAN MAIL SURVEYS ON A LIMITED BUDGET - A RANDOMIZED TRIAL COMPARING 2-DOLLAR-BILL VERSUS 5-DOLLAR-BILL INCENTIVES

      Medical care
    78. Gendall, P; Hoek, J; Brennan, M
      The tea bag experiment: more evidence on incentives in mail surveys

      JOURNAL OF THE MARKET RESEARCH SOCIETY
    79. Lynn, P; Turner, R; Smith, P
      Assessing the effects of an advance letter for a personal interview survey

      JOURNAL OF THE MARKET RESEARCH SOCIETY
    80. Stewart, WP
      Leisure as multiphase experiences: Challenging traditions

      JOURNAL OF LEISURE RESEARCH
    81. ULLMAN JB; NEWCOMB MD
      EAGER, RELUCTANT, AND NONRESPONDERS TO A MAILED LONGITUDINAL SURVEY -ATTITUDINAL AND SUBSTANCE USE CHARACTERISTICS DIFFERENTIATE RESPONDENTS

      Journal of applied social psychology
    82. JOBBER D; OREILLY D
      INDUSTRIAL MAIL SURVEYS - A METHODOLOGICAL UPDATE

      Industrial marketing management
    83. BERTRAM HN; ZHOU H; GUSTAFSON R
      SIGNAL-TO-NOISE RATIO SCALING AND DENSITY LIMIT ESTIMATES IN LONGITUDINAL MAGNETIC RECORDING

      IEEE transactions on magnetics
    84. CHRISTAKIS NA; IWASHYNA TJ
      ATTITUDE AND SELF-REPORTED PRACTICE REGARDING PROGNOSTICATION IN A NATIONAL SAMPLE OF INTERNISTS

      Archives of internal medicine
    85. ELLIOT C; ELLINGWORTH D
      ASSESSING THE REPRESENTATIVES OF THE 1992 BRITISH CRIME SURVEY - THE IMPACT OF SAMPLING ERROR AND RESPONSE BIASES

      Sociological research online
    86. DEEHAN A; TAYLOR C; STRANG J
      THE GENERAL-PRACTITIONER, THE DRUG MISUSER, AND THE ALCOHOL MISUSER -MAJOR DIFFERENCES IN GENERAL-PRACTITIONER ACTIVITY, THERAPEUTIC COMMITMENT, AND SHARED CARE PROPOSALS

      British journal of general practice
    87. TEMPLETON L; DEEHAN A; TAYLOR C; DRUMMOND C; STRANG J
      SURVEYING GENERAL-PRACTITIONERS - DOES A LOW RESPONSE RATE MATTER

      British journal of general practice
    88. HUININK WT
      ANTICANCER DRUG-EVALUATION - CONTINUING PROGRESS FROM EXISTING METHODOLOGY

      European journal of cancer
    89. VANHAAREN F; ANDERSON KG
      EFFECTS OF CHLORDIAZEPOXIDE, BUSPIRONE AND COCAINE ON BEHAVIOR SUPPRESSED BY TIMEOUT PRESENTATION

      Behavioural pharmacology
    90. MARTINEZEBERS V
      USING MONETARY INCENTIVES WITH HARD-TO-REACH POPULATIONS IN PANEL SURVEYS

      International journal of public opinion research
    91. TRINKOFF AM; STORR CL
      COLLECTING SUBSTANCE USE DATA WITH AN ANONYMOUS MAILED SURVEY

      Drug and alcohol dependence
    92. DODDING J; GAUGHWIN M
      A NEW RECRUITING STRATEGY TO ALLOW ESTIMATES OF RESPONSE RATES IN STUDIES WITH PEOPLE WHO INJECT DRUGS

      Drug and alcohol dependence
    93. EVERETT SA; PRICE JH; BEDELL AW; TELLJOHANN SK
      THE EFFECT OF A MONETARY INCENTIVE IN INCREASING THE RETURN RATE OF ASURVEY TO FAMILY PHYSICIANS

      Evaluation & the health professions
    94. LAPLACA PJ
      CONTRIBUTIONS TO MARKETING THEORY AND PRACTICE FROM INDUSTRIAL MARKETING-MANAGEMENT

      Journal of business research
    95. GOREY KM; LESLIE DR
      THE PREVALENCE OF CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE - INTEGRATIVE REVIEW ADJUSTMENT FOR POTENTIAL RESPONSE AND MEASUREMENT BIASES

      Child abuse & neglect
    96. EVERETT SA; PRICE JH; BEDELL AW; TELLJOHANN SK
      FAMILY-PRACTICE PHYSICIANS FIREARM SAFETY COUNSELING BELIEFS AND BEHAVIORS

      Journal of community health
    97. SUMMERS J; PRICE JH
      INCREASING RETURN RATES TO A MAIL SURVEY AMONG HEALTH EDUCATORS

      Psychological reports
    98. MERCER SL; GOEL V; LEVY IG; ASHBURY FD; IVERSON DC; ISCOE NA
      PROSTATE-CANCER SCREENING IN THE MIDST OF CONTROVERSY - CANADIAN MENSKNOWLEDGE, BELIEFS, UTILIZATION, AND FUTURE INTENTIONS

      Canadian journal of public health
    99. MCHORNEY CA
      GENERIC HEALTH MEASUREMENT - PAST ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND A MEASUREMENT PARADIGM FOR THE 21ST-CENTURY

      Annals of internal medicine
    100. BELL RA; CHOLERTON M; DAVISON V; FRACZEK KE; LAUTER H
      MAKING HEALTH COMMUNICATION SELF-FUNDING - EFFECTIVENESS OF PREGIVINGIN AN AIDS FUNDRAISING EDUCATION CAMPAIGN/

      Health communication


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