Mode of Delivery, but not questionnaire length, affected response in an epidemiological study of eating-disordered behavior
The effects of questionnaire length and mode of delivery on response rates were examined in an epidemiological study of eating-disordered behavior. Short (8 pages) and long (14 pages) questionnaires were posted or hand-delivered to a community sample of 802 women. Nonrespondents who received the first questionnaire by hand delivery received a reminder letter and replacement questionnaire by post; those who received the initial questionnaire by post were further randomized to receive the first...[Show more]
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