Michael Bosnjak
Michael Bosnjak
Robert Koch Institute & University of Trier
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Web surveys versus other survey modes: A meta-analysis comparing response rates
KL Manfreda, M Bosnjak, J Berzelak, V Vehovar, I Haas
International Journal of Market Research 50 (1), 79-104, 2008
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
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
Understanding differences in web usage: The role of need for cognition and the five factor model of personality
TL Tuten, M Bosnjak
Social Behavior and Personality 29 (4), 391-398, 2001
Dimensions of brand personality attributions: a person-centric aproach in the German cultural context
M Bosnjak, V Bochmann, T Hufschmidt
Social Behavior and Personality: an international journal 35 (3), 303-316, 2007
Fragebogenuntersuchungen im Internet
B Batinic, M Bosnjak
Internet für Psychologen, 287-317, 2000
Classifying response behaviors in web-based surveys
M Bosnjak, TL Tuten
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 6 (3), JCMC636, 2001
Moderators of the self-congruity effect on consumer decision-making: A meta-analysis
A Aguirre-Rodriguez, M Bosnjak, MJ Sirgy
Journal of Business Research 65 (8), 1179-1188, 2012
Prepaid and promised incentives in web surveys: An experiment
M Bosnjak, TL Tuten
Social Science Computer Review 21 (2), 208-217, 2003
Compensating for low topic interest and long surveys: a field experiment on nonresponse in web surveys
B Marcus, M Bosnjak, S Lindner, S Pilischenko, A Schütz
Social Science Computer Review 25 (3), 372-383, 2007
Internet surveys and data quality: A review
TL Tuten, DJ Urban, M Bosnjak
Online social sciences 1, 7-26, 2002
Unit (non) response in web‐based access panel surveys: An extended planned‐behavior approach
M Bosnjak, TL Tuten, WW Wittmann
Psychology & Marketing 22 (6), 489-505, 2005
Germany COVID-19 Snapshot MOnitoring (COSMO Germany): Monitoring knowledge, risk perceptions, preventive behaviours, and public trust in the current coronavirus outbreak in Germany
C Betsch, L Wieler, M Bosnjak, M Ramharter, V Stollorz, S Omer, L Korn, ...
PsychArchives, 2020
Online social sciences
B Batinic, UD Reips, M Bosnjak
Hogrefe & Huber, 2002
Predicting and explaining the propensity to bid in online auctions: a comparison of two action‐theoretical models
M Bosnjak, D Obermeier, TL Tuten
Journal of Consumer Behaviour: An International Research Review 5 (2), 102-116, 2006
Determinanten der Teilnahmebereitschaft an internet-basierten Fragebogenuntersuchungen am Beispiel E-Mail
M Bosnjak, B Batinic
Hogrefe, 1999
Survey administration effects? A comparison of web-based and traditional written self-administered surveys using the ISSP environment module
W Bandilla, M Bosnjak, P Altdorfer
Social Science Computer Review 21 (2), 235-243, 2003
A comparison of four probability-based online and mixed-mode panels in Europe
AG Blom, M Bosnjak, A Cornilleau, AS Cousteaux, M Das, S Douhou, ...
Social Science Computer Review 34 (1), 8-25, 2016
Postvisit destination loyalty judgments: Developing and testing a comprehensive congruity model
M Bosnjak, MJ Sirgy, S Hellriegel, O Maurer
Journal of Travel Research 50 (5), 496-508, 2011
Establishing an open probability-based mixed-mode panel of the general population in Germany: The GESIS panel
M Bosnjak, T Dannwolf, T Enderle, I Schaurer, B Struminskaya, A Tanner, ...
Social Science Computer Review 36 (1), 103-115, 2018
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