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Longitudinal studies: Survey methods research: new technologies

Part of a series of reports published by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) by the Centre for Longitudinal Studies, UCL.

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Survey methods research: new technologies (PDF)

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Diet – Opportunities for Data Collection (PDF)

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Measuring Cognition in Population-Based Cohort Studies (PDF)

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Measuring physical activity and cardiovascular health in population-based cohort studies (PDF)

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New technologies and innovative methods in data collection scoping review (PDF)

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Opportunities for data collection and linkage: mental health (PDF)

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Quantifying the Digitisation of Everyday Lives: measurement opportunities for large-scale surveys (PDF)

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Using social media in social research: Opportunities for enhancing large-scale surveys (PDF)

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Details

Part of a series of reports published by the ESRC’s Centre for Longitudinal Studies at University College London, these focus on new technologies in survey methods research.

New reports will be added as they become available.

Updates

  • 9 October 2019
    Survey methods research: new technologies report added

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