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Does the first impression count? : the impact of web surveys’ welcome screen on response rates

Does the first impression count? : the impact of web surveys’ welcome screen on response rates

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HAER, Roos, Nadine MEIDERT, 2013. Does the first impression count? : the impact of web surveys’ welcome screen on response rates. In: Survey Methodology. 39(2), pp. 419-434. ISSN 0714-0045. eISSN 1492-0921

@article{Haer2013first-25954, title={Does the first impression count? : the impact of web surveys’ welcome screen on response rates}, year={2013}, number={2}, volume={39}, issn={0714-0045}, journal={Survey Methodology}, pages={419--434}, author={Haer, Roos and Meidert, Nadine} }

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