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Different Order, Different Results? : The Effects of Dimension Order in Factorial Survey Experiments

Different Order, Different Results? : The Effects of Dimension Order in Factorial Survey Experiments

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DÜVAL, Sabine, Thomas HINZ, 2020. Different Order, Different Results? : The Effects of Dimension Order in Factorial Survey Experiments. In: Field Methods. Sage Publications. 32(1), pp. 23-37. ISSN 1525-822X. eISSN 1552-3969. Available under: doi: 10.1177/1525822X19886827

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