Höglinger, Marc

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Journal Article

Höglinger, Marc; Jann, Ben (2018). More is not always better: An experimental individual-level validation of the randomized response technique and the crosswise model. PLoS ONE, 13(8), e0201770. Public Library of Science 10.1371/journal.pone.0201770

Höglinger, Marc; Diekmann, Andreas (2017). Uncovering a Blind Spot in Sensitive Question Research: False Positives Undermine the Crosswise-Model RRT. Political Analysis, 25(01), pp. 131-137. Oxford University Press 10.1017/pan.2016.5

Höglinger, Marc; Jann, Ben; Diekmann, Andreas (2016). Sensitive Questions in Online Surveys: An Experimental Evaluation of Different Implementations of the Randomized Response Technique and the Crosswise Model. Survey Research Methods, 10(3), pp. 171-187. European Survey REsearch Association 10.18148/srm/2016.v10i3.6703

Book Section

Höglinger, Marc; Wehrli, Stefan (2017). Measuring Social Preferences on Amazon Mechanical Turk (In Press). In: Jann, Ben; Przepiorka, Wojtek (eds.) Social dilemmas, institutions and the evolution of cooperation. Oldenbourg: De Gruyter

Abraham, Martin; Höglinger, Marc; Lena, Liechti (2016). Die Organisation von Weiterbildung in Betrieben. Strukturen, Entscheidungsträger und involvierte Akteure. In: Zimmermann, Therese E.; Jütte, Wolfgang; Horváth, Franz (eds.) Arenen der Weiterbildung (pp. 247-260). Bern: hep Verlag

Report

Höglinger, Marc; Diekmann, Andreas (2016). Uncovering a Blind Spot in Sensitive Question Research: False Positives Undermine the Crosswise-Model RRT (University of Bern Social Sciences Working Papers 24). Bern: University of Bern

Höglinger, Marc; Jann, Ben (2016). MTurk Survey on "Mood and Personality". Documentation (University of Bern Social Sciences Working Papers 17). Bern: University of Bern and ETH Zurich

Höglinger, Marc; Jann, Ben; Diekmann, Andreas (2014). Online Survey on "Exams and Written Papers". Documentation (University of Bern Social Sciences Working Papers 8). University of Bern and ETH Zurich

Conference or Workshop Item

Höglinger, Marc; Diekmann, Andreas (24 November 2016). Uncovering a Blind Spot in Sensitive Question Research: False Positives Undermine the Crosswise-Model RRT (Unpublished). In: Rational Choice Seminar. Venice International University, Italy. 21.-24. Nov. 2016.

Höglinger, Marc; Liechti, Lena (11 November 2016). Organisation, Einkauf und Evaluation betrieblicher Weiterbildung: Die Schweizer Betriebsbefragung zur Weiterbildung (Unpublished). In: Fachtagung «Weiterbildung und Erwerbsarbeit in der Schweiz: Forschungsprojekte und Ergebnisse». Universität Zürich. 11. Nov. 2016.

Höglinger, Marc; Diekmann, Andreas (14 October 2016). Evaluating Special Techniques for Surveying Sensitive Topics: An Approach that Detects False Positives (Unpublished). In: European Sociological Association Research Network 21 Midterm Conference on "Data quality in quantitative research". Nicosia, Cyprus. 13.-15. Okt.2016.

Höglinger, Marc; Diekmann, Andreas (16 September 2016). Do special techniques for surveying sensitive topics provide valid measurement? A validation design that detects false positives (Unpublished). In: RC33 Conference 2016 - 9th International Conference on Social Science Methodology. Leicester, UK. 11.-16. Sept. 2016.

Höglinger, Marc; Diekmann, Andreas (22 August 2016). Evaluating Special Techniques for Surveying Sensitive Topics: An Approach that Detects False Positives (Unpublished). In: 111th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association - "Rethinking Social Movements: Can Changing the Conversation Change the World?". Seattle, WA. 20.-23. Aug. 2016.

Höglinger, Marc (19 August 2016). Can social norms overcome a public good dilemma? The case of organ procurement (Unpublished). In: 6th Joint Japan-US Conference on Mathematical Sociology and Rational Choice. Seattle, WA. 19.08.2016.

Höglinger, Marc; Jann, Ben; Krumpal, Ivar; Wolter, Felix (12 September 2013). Asking sensitive questions: Possibilities and limits of randomized response and other techniques in different survey modes (Unpublished). In: 3rd International PPSM Conference "Survey Methods in Future Research". Bremen. 12.-13.09.2013.

Höglinger, Marc; Jann, Ben; Diekmann, Andreas (13 August 2013). Sensitive Questions in Online Surveys: An Experimental Comparison of the RRT and the Crosswise Model (Unpublished). In: Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association. New York City. 10.-13.08.2013.

Diekmann, Andreas; Höglinger, Marc; Jann, Ben (8 June 2012). Asking Sensitive Questions in Online Surveys: An Experimental Comparison of the Randomized Response Technique and the Crosswise Model (Unpublished). In: Erste Minikonferenz des quantitativen Methodenzentrums: "Asking Sensitive Questions: Theory and Data Collection Methods". Leipzig. 07.-09.06.2012.

Diekmann, Andreas; Höglinger, Marc; Jann, Ben (22 March 2012). Asking Sensitive Questions in Online Surveys. An Experimental Comparison of the Randomized Response Technique and the Crosswise Model (Unpublished). In: Kolloquium IMU - Consumer Behavior. Bern. 22.03.2012.

Diekmann, Andreas; Höglinger, Marc; Jann, Ben (6 March 2012). Asking Sensitive Questions in Online Surveys: An Experimental Comparison of the Randomized Response Technique and the Crosswise Model (Unpublished). In: General Online Research 2012. Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University Mannheim. 05.-07.03.2012.

Diekmann, Andreas; Höglinger, Marc; Jann, Ben (1 December 2011). Sensitive Question Techniques in Online Surveys: An Experimental Comparison of Different Implementations. In: Workshop "Rational Choice Sociology: Theory and Empirical Applications". Venice International University. November 28 - December 2, 2011.

Diekmann, Andreas; Jann, Ben; Höglinger, Marc (19 July 2011). Sensitive Question Techniques in Online Surveys: An Experimental Comparison of Different Implementations. In: 4th Conference of the European Survey Research Association (ESRA). Lausanne. July 18-22, 2011.

Diekmann, Andreas; Höglinger, Marc; Jann, Ben (19 May 2011). Asking sensitive questions: Testing a new alternative to the Randomized Response Technique. In: 2011 ASA Spring Methodology Conference. Tilburg. May 18-20, 2011.

Working Paper

Höglinger, Marc; Jann, Ben (15 February 2016). More Is Not Always Better: An Experimental Individual-Level Validation of the Randomized Response Technique and the Crosswise Model (University of Bern Social Sciences Working Papers 18). Bern: University of Bern

Höglinger, Marc; Jann, Ben; Diekmann, Andreas (22 May 2014). Sensitive Questions in Online Surveys: An Experimental Evaluation of the Randomized Response Technique and the Crosswise Model (University of Bern Social Sciences Working Paper 9). Department of Social Sciences, University of Bern

Dataset

Höglinger, Marc; Diekmann, Andreas (2016). Replication Data for: Uncovering a Blind Spot in Sensitive Question Research: False Positives Undermine the Crosswise-Model RRT [Dataset]. In: Political Analysis Dataverse. Cambridge MA: Harvard Dataverse 10.7910/DVN/SJ2RP1

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