Personalized Feedback in Web Surveys: does it affect Respondents’ Motivation and Data Quality?

Kühne S, Kroh M (2016)
Social Science Computer Review.

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Web surveys technically allow providing feedback to the respondents based on their previous responses. This personalized feedback may increase respondents’ motivation and possibly the accuracy of responses. While past studies mainly concentrate on the effects of providing study results on future response rates, thus far survey research lacks theoretical and empirical contributions on the effects of personalized, immediate, feedback on response behavior. To test this, we implemented a randomized trial in the context of the Berlin Aging Study II (BASE-II) in 2014, providing feedback regarding the respondents’ personality tests (Big Five Personality Inventory) to a subgroup of the sample. Results show only moderate differences in response behavior between experimental and control groups. However, we find that respondents who received personalized feedback report higher levels of satisfaction with the survey.
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Kühne S, Kroh M. Personalized Feedback in Web Surveys: does it affect Respondents’ Motivation and Data Quality? Social Science Computer Review. 2016.
Kühne, S., & Kroh, M. (2016). Personalized Feedback in Web Surveys: does it affect Respondents’ Motivation and Data Quality? Social Science Computer Review. doi:10.1177/0894439316673604
Kühne, S., and Kroh, M. (2016). Personalized Feedback in Web Surveys: does it affect Respondents’ Motivation and Data Quality? Social Science Computer Review.
Kühne, S., & Kroh, M., 2016. Personalized Feedback in Web Surveys: does it affect Respondents’ Motivation and Data Quality? Social Science Computer Review.
S. Kühne and M. Kroh, “Personalized Feedback in Web Surveys: does it affect Respondents’ Motivation and Data Quality?”, Social Science Computer Review, 2016.
Kühne, S., Kroh, M.: Personalized Feedback in Web Surveys: does it affect Respondents’ Motivation and Data Quality? Social Science Computer Review. (2016).
Kühne, Simon, and Kroh, Martin. “Personalized Feedback in Web Surveys: does it affect Respondents’ Motivation and Data Quality?”. Social Science Computer Review (2016).
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