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Relationship Between Past Survey Burden and Response Probability to a New Survey in a Probability-Based Online Panel

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Volume & Edition: Volume 38 (2022) - Edition 4 (December 2022) - Special Edition on Respondent Burden
Pages: 1051 - 1067
Reçu: 01 Jan 2021
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