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Alexandru Cernat
Alexandru Cernat
Social Statistics, University of Manchester
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SAGE research methods foundations
P Atkinson, S Delamont, A Cernat, JW Sakshaug, RA Williams
SAGE Publications Ltd, 2021
992021
Item-by-item Versus Matrix Questions A Web Survey Experiment
M Liu, A Cernat
Social Science Computer Review, 1-17, 2016
692016
Estimation of Mode Effects in the Health and Retirement Study using Measurement Models
A Cernat, PM Couper, MB Ofstedal
Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology, 1-24, 2016
462016
Moving from face-to-face to a web panel: Impacts on measurement quality
A Cernat, M Revilla
Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology 9 (4), 745-763, 2021
342021
The Impact of Mixing Modes on Reliability in Longitudinal Studies
A Cernat
Sociological Methods & Research 44 (3), 427-457, 2015
302015
The impact of measurement error in regression models using police recorded crime rates
J Pina-Sánchez, D Buil-Gil, I Brunton-Smith, A Cernat
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 39 (4), 975-1002, 2023
262023
Do sequential mixed-mode surveys decrease nonresponse bias, measurement error bias, and total bias? An experimental study
JW Sakshaug, A Cernat, TE Raghunathan
Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology 7 (4), 545-571, 2019
262019
The Impact of Interviewer Effects on Skin Color Assessment in a Cross-National Context
A Cernat, J Sakshaug, J Castillo
International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 2019
182019
Factors affecting completion times: A comparative analysis of smartphone and PC web surveys
C Antoun, A Cernat
Social Science Computer Review 38 (4), 477-489, 2020
172020
Extending the Within‐Persons Experimental Design: The Multitrait‐Multierror (MTME) Approach
A Cernat, DL Oberski
Experimental methods in survey research: Techniques that combine random …, 2019
162019
The Role of E-mail Communications in Determining Response Rates and Mode of Participation in a Mixed-mode Design
A Cernat, P Lynn
Field Methods, 2017
162017
Estimating crime in place: Moving beyond residence location
A Cernat, D Buil-Gil, I Brunton-Smith, J Pina-Sánchez, M Murrià-Sangenís
Crime & Delinquency 68 (11), 2061-2091, 2022
132022
Measurement error in longitudinal data
A Cernat, JW Sakshaug
Oxford University Press, 2021
112021
Estimating the measurement effects of mixed modes in longitudinal studies: current practice and issues
A Cernat, JW Sakshaug
Advances in longitudinal survey methodology, 227-249, 2021
102021
Estimating measurement equivalence of the 12-item General Health Questionnaire across ethnic groups in the UK
K King, N Allum, P Stoneman, A Cernat
Psychological medicine 53 (5), 1778-1786, 2023
92023
Measurement equivalence in probability and nonprobability online panels
H Einarsson, JW Sakshaug, A Cernat, C Cornesse, AG Blom
International journal of market research 64 (4), 484-505, 2022
92022
Measurement Equivalence in Sequential Mixed-Mode Surveys
JW Sakshaug, A Cernat, RJ Silverwood, L Calderwood, GB Ploubidis
Survey Research Methods 16 (1), 29-43, 2022
92022
Impact of mixed modes on measurement errors and estimates of change in panel data
A Cernat
Understanding Society Working Paper Series 2014 (05), 2014
92014
Do surveys change behaviour? Insights from digital trace data
A Cernat, F Keusch
International Journal of Social Research Methodology 25 (1), 79-90, 2022
82022
Reducing Respondent Burden with Efficient Survey Invitation Design
H Einarsson, A Cernat, N Shlomo
Survey Research Methods 15 (3), 207-233, 2021
82021
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