Frederick G Conrad
Dr. Conrad is a survey methodologist whose recent work has focused on respondents’ understanding of survey questions. He also studies biases in respondents’ judgments about the frequency of their behaviors, the effect of automatic progress feedback on respondents’ willingness to continue filling out a questionnaire, and the decision to participate in a survey among potential respondents.
- Davis, Rachel E., Frederick G Conrad, Dong, Shaohua, Mesa, Anna, Sunghee Lee, Johnson, Timothy P.. 2023. An ounce of prevention: using conversational interviewing and avoiding agreement response scales to prevent acquiescence. Quality & Quantity
- Michael F. Schober, Shlomit Okon, Frederick G Conrad, Andrew L Hupp, Ai Rene Ong, Kallan M. Larsen. 2023. Predictors of Willingness to Participate in Survey Interviews Conducted by Live Video. Technology, Mind, and Behavior 4(2)
- Florian Keusch, Alexander Wenz, Conrad,Frederick G. 2022. Do you have your smartphone with you? Behavioral barriers for measuring everyday activities with smartphone sensors. Computers in Human Behavior 127:107054.
- Frederick G Conrad, Michael F. Schober, Andrew L Hupp, Brady Thomas West, Kallan M. Larsen, Ai Rene Ong, Tianheao Wang. 2022. Video in Survey Interviews: Effects on Data Quality and Respondent Experience. methods, data, analyses
- Robyn A. Ferg, Conrad, Frederick G, Johann A. Gagnon-Bartsch. 2021. A Critical Evaluation of Tracking Public Opinion with Social Media: A Case Study in Presidential Approval. methods, data, analyses 15(2):215-240.
- Conrad, Frederick G, Michael F. Schober. 2021. Clarifying question meaning in standardized interviews can improve data quality even though wording may change: a review of the evidence. International Journal of Social Research Methodology 26(2):203-226.
- Stefanie Fail, Michael F. Schober, Conrad, Frederick G. 2021. The time it takes to reveal embarrassing information in a mobile phone survey. International Journal of Social Research Methodology 24(2):249-264.
- Conrad, Frederick G, Johann A. Gagnon-Bartsch, Robyn A. Ferg, Michael F. Schober, Pasek, Josh, Elizabeth Hou. 2021. Social Media as an Alternative to Surveys of Opinions About the Economy. Social Science Computer Review 39(4):489-508.
- Conrad, Frederick G, Keusch, Florian, Schober, Michael F. 2021. New data in social and behavioral research. Public Opinion Quarterly
- Keusch, Florian, Conrad,Frederick G. 2021. Using Smartphones to Capture and Combine Self-Reports and Passively Measured Behavior in Social Research. Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology 10(4):863-885.