To address many complex health problems, there is an urgent need for new data collection methods which are able to reveal dynamics over time in key domains of social life. The RDSL tested a new data collection method that integrated telephone interviewing into a longitudinal web survey with the objective of collecting weekly measures of pregnancy desires, contraceptive use, and intimate relationships.
Population Research Infrastructure Support
R24HD041028. NICHD. 2016. Jeffery Morenoff, PI.
Social Science Training in Population Studies
T32HD007339. NICHD. 2016. Jeffery Morenoff, PI.
Young Women's Relationships, Contraception, and Unintended Pregnancy
R01HD050329. NICHD. 2007-2012. ~$2 million. Jennifer Barber, PI.
Gatny, Heather, Mick P. Couper, William G. Axinn, and Jennifer Barber. 2009. "Using Debit Cards for Incentive Payments: Experiences of a Weekly Survey Study." Survey Practice 2(7).
Gatny, Heather, Mick P. Couper, and William G. Axinn. 2013. "New Strategies for Biosample Collection in Population-Based Social Research." Social Science Research 42:1402-1409.
Barber, Jennifer, Yasamin Kusunoki, Heather Gatny, and Paul Schulz. 2016. "Participation in an Intensive Longitudinal Study with Weekly Web Surveys Over 2.5 Years." Journal of Medical Internet Research 18(6).
Barber, Jennifer, Yasamin Kusunoki, and Heather Gatny. 2011. "Design and Implementation of an Online Weekly Survey to Study Unintended Pregnancies." Vienna Yearbook of Population Research 9:327-334.
Axinn, William G., Heather Gatny, and James Wagner. 2015. "Maximizing Data Quality using Mode Switching in Mixed-Device Survey Design: Nonresponse Bias and Models of Demographic Behavior." Methods, Data, Analyses 9(2):163-184.
Axinn, William G., Elyse A. Jennings, and Mick P. Couper. 2015. "Response of Sensitive Behaviors to Frequent Measurement." Social Science Research 49:1-15.
Barber, Jennifer, Yasamin Kusunoki, Paul Schulz, and Heather Gatny. 2016. "Effects of Intensive Longitudinal Data Collection on Pregnancy and Contraceptive Use." International Journal of Social Research Methodology 19(2):205-222.