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AAPOR. 2009. Standard Definitions: Final Dispositions of Case Codes and Outcome Rates for Surveys. 6th Edition. http://www.aapor.org/Communications/AAPOR-Journals/Standard-Definitions.aspx

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Barron, M., Khare, M. and Zhen, Z. 2008. “Cell Telephone Response Rates.” Paper presented at the 63rd annual conference of the American Association for Public Opinion Research, New Orleans.

Battaglia, M., Eisenhower, D., Immerwahr, S., Konty, K. 2010. “Dual-Frame Weighting of RDD+Cell Phone Interviews at the Local Level.” Paper presented at 65th annual conference of the American Association for Public Opinion Research, Chicago.

Battaglia, M., Frankel, M., and Mokdad, A. 2008. “Statistical Challenges Facing Cell Phone Surveys.” 2008 Proceedings of the Section on Survey Research Methods of the American Statistical Association. American Statistical Association: Alexandria, VA.

Benford, R., Tompson, T., Fleury, C., Feinberg, G., Feinberg, B., Speulda, N., and Weber, A. 2009. Cell Phone and Landline – Considerations for Sample Design, Estimates, Weighting, and Costs.” Paper presented at the 64th annual conference of the American Association for Public Opinion Research; Hollywood, FL.

Benford, R., Lavrakas, P.J., Tompson, T.N., and Fleury, C. 2010. “An Experiment Testing the Impact of Leaving Voice Messages in Cell Phone Surveying.” Paper presented at the 65th annual conference of the American Association for Public Opinion Research, Chicago.

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Brick, J.M., Brick, P.D., Dipko, S., Presser, S., Tucker, C. and Yuan, Y. (2007). “Cell Phone Survey Feasibility in the U.S.: Sampling and Calling Cell Numbers Versus Landline Numbers,” Public Opinion Quarterly 71: 23-39.

Brick, J.M., Edwards, W.S., and Lee, S. 2007. “Sampling Telephone Numbers and Adults, Interview Length, and Weighting in the California Health Interview Survey Cell Phone Pilot Study,” Public Opinion Quarterly 71: 793-813.

Brick, J.M., Edwards, W.S., Cervantes, I.F., and Lee, S. 2008. “Sampling and Weighting Cell Phone Surveys to Supplement RDD Surveys.” Paper presented at the 63rd annual conference of the American Association for Public Opinion Research, New Orleans.

Brick, J.M., Dipko, S., Presser, S., Tucker, C. and Yuan, Y. (2006). “Nonresponse Bias in a Dual Frame Sample of Cell and Landline Numbers,” Public Opinion Quarterly, 70(5), 780-793.

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Buskirk, T. D., Rao, K., and Kaminska, O. 2008. “My Cell Phone’s Ringing, ‘Caller Unknown,’ Now What?” Paper presented at the 63rd annual conference of the American Association of Public Opinion Research, New Orleans.

Callegaro, M., McCutcheon, A. and Ludwig, J. 2005. “Who’s Calling?: The Impact of Caller ID on Telephone Survey Response.” Paper presented at the Second International Conference on Telephone Survey Methodology, Miami.

Callegaro, M., Steeh, C., Buskirk, T., Vehovar, V., Kuusela, V., and Piekarski, L. 2007. Fitting Disposition Codes to Mobile Phone Surveys: Experiences From Studies in Finland, Slovenia, and the USA. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society A, 170, Part 3, 647-670.

Christian, L. and Dimock, M. 2009. “Where Do We Find You? How to Locate Cell Respondents.” Paper presented at the 64th annual conference of the American Association of Public Opinion Research, Hollywood, FL.

Christian, L., Dimock, M. and Keeter, S. 2009. “Accurately Locating Where Wireless Respondents Live Requires More Than a Phone Number.” http://pewresearch.org/pubs/1278

Christian, L., Keeter, S., Purcell, K. and Smith, A. 2010. “Assessing Cell Phone Noncoverage Bias Across Different Topics and Subgroups.” Paper presented at the 65th annual conference of the American Association of Public Opinion Research, Chicago.

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Fleeman, A. and Estersohn, D. 2006. “Geographic Controls of a Cell Phone Sample.” Paper presented at the 62nd annual conference of the American Association of Public Opinion Research, Montreal, QC.

Groves, R.M. and McGonagle, K. 2001. “A Theory-Guided Interviewer Training Protocol Regarding Survey Participation,” Journal of Official Statistics, Vol. 17 Issue 2, 249-265.

Guterbock, T. 2009. “Estimating Phone Service and Usage Percentages: How to Weight the Data From a Local, Dual-Frame Sample Survey of Cell Phone and Landline Telephone Users in the United States.” Paper presented at the 64th annual meeting of the American Association for Public Opinion Research, Hollywood, FL.

Guterbock, T., Diop, A., Ellis, J., Holmes, J. and Le, T. 2009. “Who Needs RDD? (Part II): An Assessment of Coverage Bias in Dual-Frame Designs That Combine Directory-Listed and Cellphone Samples.” Poster presented at the 64th annual meeting of the American Association for Public Opinion Research, Hollywood, FL.

Guterbock, T., Diop, A., Ellis, J., Holmes, J. and Le, T. (forthcoming). “Who Needs RDD?: Combining Directory Listings with Cell Phone Exchanges for an Alternative Sampling Frame,”  Social Science Research.

Guterbock, T., Lavrakas, P.J., Tompson, T. and ZuWallack, R. 2010. “The Variable Costs of Cell Phone Interviewing: Understanding Cost and Productivity Ratios in Dual-Frame Telephone Surveys.” Paper presented at the 65th annual conference of the American Association for Public Opinion Research, Chicago.

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Keeter, S. 2006. “The Impact of Cell Phone Noncoverage on Polling in the 2004 Presidential Election,” Public Opinion Quarterly 70:88-98.

Keeter, S., Kennedy, C., Clark, A., Tompson, T. and Mokrzycki, M. 2007. “What’s Missing from National Landline RDD Surveys? The Impact of the Growing Cell-Only Population.” Public Opinion Quarterly 71: 772-792.

Keeter, S., Kiley, J., Christian, L., and Dimock, M. 2009. “Perils of Polling in the 2008 Election.” Paper presented at the 64th annual conference of the American Association of Public Opinion Research, Hollywood, FL.

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Kennedy, C. 2010. Nonresponse and Measurement Error in Mobile Phone Survey. Doctoral dissertation. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

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Lavrakas, P.J., Tompson, T.N., Benford, R. and Fleury, C. 2010. “Investigating Data Quality in Cell Phone Surveying.” Paper presented at the 65th annual conference of the American Association for Public Opinion Research, Chicago.

Lavrakas, P.J., Tompson, T.N., Benford, R., and Fleury, C. 2009. “More Research on a Hybrid Respondent Selection Method.” Paper presented at the 34th annual conference of the Midwest Association for Public Opinion Research, Chicago.

Lavrakas, P.J., Steeh, C., Shuttles, C. and Fienberg, H. 2007. The State of Surveying Cell Phone Numbers in the United States: 2007 and Beyond. Public Opinion Quarterly, 2007, 71:5, 840-854.

Lepkowski, J.M., Tucker, C., Brick, M., De Leeuw, E., Japec, L., Lavrakas, P.J., Link, M., and Sangster, R. 2007. Advances in Telephone Survey Methodology. Hoboken, N.J.: Wiley.

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