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Effects of questionnaire length on participation and indicators of response quality in a web survey
M Galesic, M Bosnjak
Public opinion quarterly 73 (2), 349-360, 2009
13132009
Measuring risk literacy: The Berlin numeracy test.
ET Cokely, M Galesic, E Schulz, S Ghazal, R Garcia-Retamero
Judgment and Decision making, 2012
8102012
An experimental comparison of web and telephone surveys
S Fricker, M Galesic, R Tourangeau, T Yan
Public Opinion Quarterly 69 (3), 370-392, 2005
6492005
Presenting quantitative information about decision outcomes: a risk communication primer for patient decision aid developers
LJ Trevena, BJ Zikmund-Fisher, A Edwards, W Gaissmaier, M Galesic, ...
BMC medical informatics and decision making 13 (2), 1-15, 2013
4772013
Personality determinants of online shopping: Explaining online purchase intentions using a hierarchical approach
M Bosnjak, M Galesic, T Tuten
Journal of Business Research 60 (6), 597-605, 2007
4112007
Using icon arrays to communicate medical risks: overcoming low numeracy.
M Galesic, R Garcia-Retamero, G Gigerenzer
Health Psychology 28 (2), 210, 2009
3982009
Graph literacy: A cross-cultural comparison
M Galesic, R Garcia-Retamero
Medical decision making 31 (3), 444-457, 2011
3812011
Who proficts from visual aids: Overcoming challenges in people's understanding of risks
R Garcia-Retamero, M Galesic
Social science & medicine 70 (7), 1019-1025, 2010
2952010
Statistical numeracy for health: a cross-cultural comparison with probabilistic national samples
M Galesic, R Garcia-Retamero
Archives of internal medicine 170 (5), 462-468, 2010
2732010
Eye-tracking data: New insights on response order effects and other cognitive shortcuts in survey responding
M Galesic, R Tourangeau, MP Couper, FG Conrad
Public opinion quarterly 72 (5), 892-913, 2008
2472008
Dropouts on the web: Effects of interest and burden experienced during an online survey
M Galesic
Journal of Official Statistics 22 (2), 313, 2006
2382006
Do icon arrays help reduce denominator neglect?
R Garcia-Retamero, M Galesic, G Gigerenzer
Medical Decision Making 30 (6), 672-684, 2010
2162010
Communicating treatment risk reduction to people with low numeracy skills: a cross-cultural comparison
R Garcia-Retamero, M Galesic
American journal of public health 99 (12), 2196-2202, 2009
1892009
How to reduce the effect of framing on messages about health
R Garcia-Retamero, M Galesic
Journal of general internal medicine 25 (12), 1323-1329, 2010
1812010
Taking uncertainty seriously: simplicity versus complexity in financial regulation
D Aikman, M Galesic, G Gigerenzer, S Kapadia, KV Katsikopoulos, ...
Bank of England Financial stability paper, 2014
1392014
Natural frequencies help older adults and people with low numeracy to evaluate medical screening tests
M Galesic, G Gigerenzer, N Straubinger
Medical Decision Making 29 (3), 368-371, 2009
1182009
Doc, what would you do if you were me? On self–other discrepancies in medical decision making.
R Garcia-Retamero, M Galesic
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 18 (1), 38, 2012
1162012
Social learning strategies modify the effect of network structure on group performance
D Barkoczi, M Galesic
Nature communications 7 (1), 1-8, 2016
1112016
Effects of immediate versus delayed notification of prize draw results on response behavior in web surveys: An experiment
TL Tuten, M Galesic, M Bosnjak
Social Science Computer Review 22 (3), 377-384, 2004
1082004
Do low-numeracy people avoid shared decision making?
M Galesic, R Garcia-Retamero
Health Psychology 30 (3), 336, 2011
1062011
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