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The science of self-report : implications for research and practice

Author: Arthur A Stone
Publisher: Mahwah, NJ : Lawrence Erlbaum, ©2000.
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This volume reports on the psychological and social processes that influence the storage and recall of self-report information. They aim to show that there are conditions under which self-reports  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Conference proceedings
Congresses
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Science of self-report.
Mahwah, NJ : Lawrence Erlbaum, ©2000
(OCoLC)607307726
Online version:
Science of self-report.
Mahwah, NJ : Lawrence Erlbaum, ©2000
(OCoLC)627830745
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Arthur A Stone
ISBN: 0805829903 9780805829907 0805829911 9780805829914
OCLC Number: 40395476
Description: xi, 380 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: General Issues / Jaylan S. Turkkan. Information No One Else Knows: The Value of Self-Report / Wendy Baldwin --
Ethical Issues In the Collection of Self-Report Data / David M. Bersoff and Donald N. Bersoff --
Cognitive Processes in Self-Report / Jared B. Jobe. Remembering What Happened: Memory Errors and Survey Reports / Roger Tourangeau --
Temporal Representation and Event Dating / Norman M. Bradburn --
Emotion and Memory: Implications for Self-Report / John F. Kihlstrom, Eric Eich, Deborah Sandbrand, and Betsy A. Tobias --
Self-Reporting Sensitive Events and Characteristics / Christine A. Bachrach. Asking Questions About Threatening Topics: A Selective Overview / Nora Cate Schaeffer --
The Association Between Self-Reports of Abortion and Breast Cancer Risk: Fact or Artifact / Heather G. Miller, James N. Gribble, Leah C. Mazade, Susan M. Rogers, and Charles F. Turner --
Special Issues on Self-Report / Virginia S. Cain. When Surveys Fail: An Alternative for Data Collection / Douglas S. Massey --
Assessing Protocols for Child Interviews / Johnny Blair --
Do I Do What I Say? A Perspective on Self-Report Methods in Drug Dependence Epidemiology / James C. Anthony, Yehuda D. Neumark, and Michelle L. Van Etten --
Self-Report of Distant Memories / Jaylan S. Turkkan. Suggestion, Imagination, and the Transformation of Reality / Elizabeth F. Loftus --
Validity of Women's Self-Reports of Documented Child Sexual Abuse / Linda M. Williams, Jane A. Siegel, and Judith Jackson Pomeroy --
Self-Reporting of Health Behaviors and Psychiatric Symptoms / Howard S. Kurtzman. Methodological Issues in Assessing Psychiatric Disorders With Self-Reports / Ronald C. Kessler, Hans-Ulrich Wittchen, Jamie Abelson, and Shanyang Zhao --
"I Took the Medicine Like You Told Me, Doctor.": Self-Report of Adherence With Medical Regimens / Cynthia S. Rand --
Real-Time Self-Report of Momentary States in the Natural Environment: Computerized Ecological Momentary Assessment / Saul Shiffman --
Self-Reporting of Physical Symptoms / Arthur A. Stone. Psychological Factors Influencing the Reporting of Physical Symptoms / James W. Pennebaker --
Self-Report of Pain: Issues and Opportunities / Francis J. Keefe --
The Validity of Bodily Symptoms in Medical Outpatients / Arthur J. Barsky.
Responsibility: edited by Arthur A. Stone [and others].
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