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Kaminska, O and Lynn, P (2017) 'The implications of alternative allocation criteria in adaptive design for panel surveys.' Journal of Official Statistics, 33 (3). 781 - 789. ISSN 0282-423X

Kaminska, O and Foulsham, T (2016) 'Eye-tracking social desirability bias.' BMS Bulletin of Sociological Methodology/ Bulletin de Methodologie Sociologique, 130 (1). 73 - 89. ISSN 0759-1063

Lynn, P and Kaminska, O and Goldstein, H (2014) 'Panel attrition: How important is interviewer continuity?' Journal of Official Statistics, 30 (3). 443 - 457. ISSN 0282-423X

Kaminska, O and Foulsham, T (2014) 'Real-world eye-tracking in face-to-face and web modes.' Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology, 2 (3). 343 - 359. ISSN 2325-0984

Lynn, P and Kaminska, O (2013) 'The impact of mobile phones on survey measurement error.' Public Opinion Quarterly, 77 (2). 586 - 605. ISSN 0033-362X

Kaminska, O and McCutcheon, AL and Billiet, J (2010) 'Satisficing among reluctant respondents in a cross-national context.' Public Opinion Quarterly, 74 (5). 956 - 984. ISSN 0033-362X

Rao, K and Kaminska, O and McCutcheon, AL (2010) 'Recruiting probability samples for a multi-mode research panel with internet and mail components.' Public Opinion Quarterly, 74 (1). 68 - 84. ISSN 0033-362X

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McCutcheon, AL and Rao, K and Kaminska, O (2014) 'The untold story of multi-mode (online and mail) consumer panels<sup>1</sup>: From optimal recruitment to retention and attrition.' In: UNSPECIFIED, (ed.) Online Panel Research: A Data Quality Perspective. UNSPECIFIED, 104 - 126. ISBN 9781119941774


Allum, N and Auspurg, K and Blake, M and Booker, CL and Crossley, TF and d'Ardenne, J and Fairbrother, M and Iacovou, M and Jackle, AE and Kaminska, O and Lynn, P and Nicoletti, C and Oldfield, Z and Pudney, S and Schnettler, S and Uhrig, SCN and Winter, J and Al Baghal, T (2014) Understanding Society Innovation Panel Wave 6: results from methodological experiments. Working Paper. Understanding Society Working Paper Series, Colchester. (Unpublished)

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