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In the past year the CSI members published seven scientific articles and two chapters in one monograph. The most important are listed below.
In the beginning of 2016, two articles were published in the scientific journal Computers in human behavior. The first article, Investigating respondent multitasking in web surveys using paradata was written by Anže Sendelbah, dr. Vasja Vehovar, dr. Ana Slavec and dr. Andraž Petrovčič. The second article, The effect of email invitation elements on response rate in a web survey within an online community was written by dr. Andraž Petrovčič and dr. Katja Lozar Manfreda in cooperation with dr. Gregor Petrič.
Dr. Andraž Petrovčič and dr. Vesna Dolničar have published two articles. Landline and mobile phone communication in social companionship networks of older adults, was written in cooperation with dr. Vasja Vehovar and published in scientific journal Technology in society. Toward an age-friendly design of smartphone interfaces : the usability test of a launcher for older adults was published in journal Uporabna informatika. The coauthor of the last article is also Mojca Šetinc.
In the monograph The Sage handbook of survey methodology two chapters were published. Dr. Jernej Berzelak has in cooperation with Edith Desirée de Leeuw published the chapter Survey mode or survey modes?. Dr. Vasja Vehovar, Vera Toepoel and Stephanie Steinmetz have published the chapter Non-probability sampling. The editor of the monograph is Christof Wolf.