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Carina Paine:7

 

 

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2013
 
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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2013): Internet-based studies. In: Gellman, Marc D. and Turner, J. Rick (eds.). "Encyclopedia of Behavioral Medicine". Berlin: Springerpp. 1097-1102

 
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Klein, Bernhard, Pretel, Ivan, Reips, Ulf-Dietrich, Lago, Ana B. and Lpez-de-Ipia, Diego (2013): The Behaviour Assessment Model for the analysis and evaluation of pervasive services. In: Rocha, lvaro, Correia, Ana Maria, Wilson, Tom and Stroetmann, Karl A. (eds.) Advances in Information Systems and Technologies Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, Vol. 206 2013. pp. 1129-1140.

Several mobile acceptance models exist today that focus on user interface handling and usage frequency evaluation. Since mobile applications reach much deeper into everyday life, it is however important to better consider user behaviour for the service evaluation. In this paper we introduce the Behaviour Assessment Model (BAM), which is designed to gaining insights about how well services enable, enhance and replace human activities. More specifically, the basic columns of the evaluation framework concentrate on (1) service actuation in relation to the current user context, (2) the balance between service usage effort and benefit, and (3) the degree to which community knowledge can be exploited. The evaluation is guided by a process model that specifies individual steps of data capturing, aggregation, and final assessment. The BAM helps to gain stronger insights regarding characteristic usage hotspots, frequent usage patterns, and leveraging of networking effects showing more realistically the strengths and weaknesses of mobile services.

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2012
 
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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2012): Using the Internet to collect data. In: Cooper, H., Camic, P. M., Gonzalez, R., Long, D. L., Panter, A., Rindskopf, D. and Sher, K. J. (eds.). "APA Handbook of Research Methods in Psychology, Vol 2: Research designs: Quantitative, qualitative, neuropsychological, and biological". Washington, DC: American Psychological Associationpp. 291-310

 
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Snijders, Chris, Matzat, Uwe and Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2012): 'Big Data': Big gaps of knowledge in the field of Internet science. In International Journal of Internet Science, 7 (1) pp. 1-5.

 
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Funke, Frederik and Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2012): Why semantic differentials in Web-based research should be made from visual analogue scales and not from 5-point scales. In Field Methods, 24 pp. 310-327.

In a web experiment, participants were randomly assigned to two semantic dif- ferentials either made from discrete 5-point ordinal rating scales or from con- tinuous visual analogue scales (VASs) with 250 gradations. Respondents adjusted their ratings with VASs more often to maximize the precision of answers, which had a beneficial effect on data quality. No side effects like differ- ences in means, higher dropout, more nonresponse, or higher response times were observed. Overall, the combination of semantic differentials and VASs results in a number of advantages. Potential for further research is discussed.

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Oiarzabal, Pedro J. and Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2012): Migration and diaspora in the age of information and communication technologies. In Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 38 (9) pp. 1333-1338.

Migration and the Internet: Social Networking and Diasporas' is an interdisciplinary collection that explores new emerging media and technological networks*developed by individual and family migrants*which help to construct transnational and diasporic communities. Despite the fact that there is an increasing interest in migration' and in information and communication technology' studies, this Special Issue of JEMS goes beyond mere description of the use and impact of the technology on human mobility. It provides an in-depth analysis of a wide range of dispersed populations*including Albanians, Arabs, Basques, Croatians, Han, Hindus, Kurds, Romanians, Turks, Salvadorans, Serbians and Sikhs*and their interactions with globe-spanning instru- ments of information and communication. The issue brings together some of the leading specialists at the crossroads of migration and emerging technologies. The collection presents empirical and theoretical essays from the social, political and behavioural sciences, while discussing the latest Internet-based research methodologies applied to migration studies.

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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich and Buffardi, Laura (2012): Studying migrants with the help of the Internet: Methods from psychology. In Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 38 (9) pp. 1405-1424.

The article describes how the Internet can be used for research both with migrants and on the psychological impressions others have of migrants. Internet-based research methods are currently one of the hot fields in methodology. Though Internet-based research has only a brief history*around 15 years*the field has seen a massive increase in the number of studies conducted on the Internet, and the collection of tools with which to conduct Internet-based research. This development demonstrates a grass-roots change in how research in the behavioural and social sciences is often conducted. In our paper, we use the example of examining social networking Web pages (in terms both of its quantitative and its qualitative aspects) for markers of biculturalism in migrants to illustrate how this type of investigation can be a fruitful avenue for researchers in the area.

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Heilmann, Tobias and Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2012): The mutual influence of technology and leadership behaviors. In: Bocarnea, M. C., Reynolds, R. A. and Baker, J. D. (eds.). "Online instruments, data collection and electronic measurements: Organizational advancements". Hershey, PA: pp. 292-310

The present book chapter focuses on e-leadership, reviewing and discussing latest developments in new (e-)leadership conceptions, such as transformational leadership and others. We propose alternative, albeit well-proven measures (e.g., MLQ 5X Short, Bass & Avolio, 1990) and an e-leadership tool called Virtual Team Trainer (VTT; Reips et al., 2007). The VTT uses the Online Leader Behavior Description Questionnaire (OLBDQ; Reips&Heilmann, 2009), assessing the Ohio State Leadership styles consideration and initiatating structure. Among personality tests and group process development units that were built from the Existential Mapping Process (EMP; Horowitz, 1985) the tool contains modules that help leaders and team members to identify their Ohio State leadership styles. The VTT relates the results of the self- and other-questionnaires to team structure, development, and modifications and improvement of leadership skills. The VTT is available free for use via the iScience Server portal at http://iscience.eu.

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2011
 
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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2011): Privacy and the disclosure of information on the Internet: Issues and measurement. In: Blachnio, Aneta, Przepirka, A. and Rowinski, T. (eds.). "Internet in Psychological Research". Warsaw, Poland: UKSW Publishing Housepp. 71-104

 
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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2011): Journal impact revisited. In International Journal of Internet Science, 6 (1) pp. 1-7.

 
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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich and Garaizar, Pablo (2011): Mining Twitter: Microblogging as a source for psychological wisdom of the crowds. In Behavior Research Methods, 43 pp. 635-642.

Over the last few years, microblogging has gained prominence as a form of personal broadcasting media where information and opinion are mixed together without an established order, usually tightly linked with current reality. Location awareness and promptness provide researchers using the Internet with the opportunity to create psychological landscapesthat is, to detect differences and changes in voiced (twittered) emotions, cognitions, and behaviors. In our article, we present iScience Maps, a free Web service for researchers, available from http://maps.iscience.deusto.es/ and http://tweet miner.eu/. Technologically, the service is based on Twitter 's streaming and search application programming interfaces (APIs), accessed through several PHP libraries, and a JavaScript frontend. This service allows researchers to assess via Twitter the effect of specific events in different places as they are happening and to make comparisons between cities, regions, or countries regarding psychological states and their evolution in the course of an event. In a step-by-step example, it is shown how to replicate a study on affective and personality characteristics inferred from first names (Mehrabian&Piercy, Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 19, 755758 1993) by mining Twitter data with iScience Maps.Results from the original study are replicated in both world regions we tested (the western U.S. and the U.K./Ireland); we also discover base rate of names to be a confound that needs to be controlled for in future research.Introduction iScience Maps for Twitter is a set of Web applications designed to help researchers interested in social media analysisspecifically, mining the billions of tweets (brief written messages) on Twitter that are written every month, for scientific research. The Web service is available from http://maps.iscience.deusto.es/ and http://tweetminer.eu/.

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Funke, Frederik, Reips, Ulf-Dietrich and Thomas, Randall K. (2011): Sliders for the smart: Type of rating scale on the Web interacts with educational level. In Social Science Computer Review, 29 pp. 221-231.

 
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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich and Birnbaum, Michael H. (2011): Behavioral research and data collection via the Internet. In: Vu, Kim-P. L. and Proctor, Robert W. (eds.). "The handbook of human factors in Web design". Mahwah, New Jersey: Erlbaumpp. 563-585

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Joinson, Adam N., Reips, Ulf-Dietrich, Buchanan, Tom and Schofield, Carina B. Paine (2010): Privacy, Trust, and Self-Disclosure Online. In Human Computer Interaction, 25 (1) pp. 1-24.

Despite increased concern about the privacy threat posed by new technology and the Internet, there is relatively little evidence that people's privacy concerns translate to privacy-enhancing behaviors while online. In Study 1, measures of privacy concern are collected, followed 6 weeks later by a request for intrusive personal information alongside measures of trust in the requestor and perceived privacy related to the specific request (n = 759). Participants' dispositional privacy concerns, as well as their level of trust in the requestor and perceived privacy during the interaction, predicted whether they acceded to the request for personal information, although the impact of perceived privacy was mediated by trust. In Study 2, privacy and trust were experimentally manipulated and disclosure measured (n = 180). The results indicated that privacy and trust at a situational level interact such that high trust compensates for low privacy, and vice versa. Implications for understanding the links between privacy attitudes, trust, design, and actual behavior are discussed.

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Stieger, Stefan and Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2010): What are participants doing while filling in an online questionnaire: A paradata collection tool and an empirical study. In Computers in Human Behavior, 26 (6) p. 14881495.

The use of online questionnaires is rapidly increasing. Contrary to manifold advantages, not much is known about user behavior that can be measured outside the boundaries set by standard web technol- ogies like HTML form elements. To show how the lack of knowledge about the user setting in web studies can be accounted for, we present a tool called UserActionTracer, with which it is possible to collect more behavior information than with any other paradata gathering tool, in order to (1) gather additional data unobtrusively from the process of answering questions and (2) to visualize individual user behavior on web pages. In an empirical study on a large web sample (N = 1046) we observed and analysed online behaviors (e.g., clicking through). We found that only 10.5% of participants showed more than five single behaviors with highly negative influence on data quality in the whole online questionnaire (out of 132 possible single behavior judgments). Furthermore, results were validated by comparison with data from online address books. With the UserActionTracer it is possible to gain further insight into the process of answering online questionnaires.

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Dillman, Don A., Reips, Ulf-Dietrich and Matzat, Uwe (2010): Advice in surveying the general public over the Internet. In International Journal of Internet Science, 5 (1) pp. 1-4.

 
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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2010): Conducting true experiments on the Web. In: Gosling, Samuel and Johnson, John (eds.). "Advanced methods for conducting online behavioral research". Washington, DC: American Psychological Associationpp. 193-216

 
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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2010): Design and formatting in Internet-based research. In: Gosling, Samuel and Johnson, John (eds.). "Advanced methods for conducting online behavioral research". Washington, DC: American Psychological Associationpp. 29-43

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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich and Krantz, John H. (2009): Experimental data. In: Gosling, Sam and Johnson, John A. (eds.). "Advanced Internet Methods in the Behavioral Sciences". Washington DC, USA: American Psychological Association

 
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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2009): Proper design and formatting in Internet studies. In: Gosling, Sam and Johnson, John A. (eds.). "Advanced Internet Methods in the Behavioral Sciences". Washington DC, USA: American Psychological Association

 
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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich, Morger, V. and Meier, B. (2009). "Fnfe gerade sein lassen": Listenkontexteffekte beim Kategorisieren ["Letting five be equal": List context effects in categorization]. Retrieved [Date unavailable] from http://www.psychologie.uzh.ch/sowi/reips/papers/re_mo_me2001.pdf

 
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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich, Batinic, B., Bandilla, W., Bosnjak, M., Grf, L., Moser, K. and Werner, A. (2009). Current Internet science - trends, techniques, results. Aktuelle Online-Forschung - Trends, Techniken, Ergebnisse. Retrieved [Date unavailable] from Online Press: http://gor.de/gor99/tband99/

 
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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2009). Online Research with children. Retrieved [Date unavailable] from Online Press: http://gor.de/gor99/tband99/pdfs/q_z/reips.pdf

 
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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2009): Schne neue Forschungswelt: Zukunftstrends. In: Konig, C., Stahl, M. and Wiegand, E. (eds.). "Nicht-reaktive Erhebungsverfahren". Bonn, Germany: GESIS Schriftenreihepp. 129-138

2008
 
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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich and Funke, Frederik (2008): Interval level measurement with visual analogue scales in Internet-based research: VAS Generator. In Behavior Research Methods, 40 pp. 699-704.

 
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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2008): Potenziale jenseits der Privatsphre: Risiken und Chancen internetbasierter Kommunikation [Potentials beyond privacy: Risks and benefits of Internet-based communication]. In Psychoscope, 29 pp. 8-11.

 
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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2008): How Internet-mediated research changes science. In: Barak, Azy (ed.). "Psychological aspects of cyberspace: Theory, research, applications". Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Presspp. 268-294

 
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Stieger, Stefan and Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2008): Dynamic Interviewing Program (DIP): Automatic online interviews via the instant messenger ICQ. In CyberPsychology and Behavior, 11 pp. 201-207.

 
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Kaufmann, Esther and Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2008): Internet-basierte Messung sozialer Erwnschtheit [Internet-based measurement of social desirability]. Saarbrcken, Germany, VDM Verlag Dr. Mller

 
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Joinson, Adam N., Paine, Carina, Buchanan, Tom and Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2008): Measuring self-disclosure online: Blurring and non-response to sensitive items in Web-based surveys. In Computers in Human Behavior, 24 pp. 2158-2171.

 
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Honing, Henkjan and Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2008): Web-based versus Lab-based Studies: A Response to Kendall. In Empirical Musicology Review, 3 (2) pp. 73-77.

While in an earlier commentary (Honing&Ladinig, 2008) we stressed the potential of Web-delivered experiments for music perception research, the ongoing discussion on Web-based versus lab-based studies seems to circle around issues of method and control (Mehler, 1999; Kendall, 2008). We agree with the importance of these issues from a methodological point of view. However, we continue to stress that these issues are not essentially different for Web-based as compared to lab-based studies.

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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich and Waldmann, Michael R. (2008): When learning order affects sensitivity to base rates: Challenges for theories of causal learning. In Experimental Psychology, 55 pp. 9-22.

In three experiments we investigated whether two procedures of acquiring knowledge about the same causal structure, predictive learning (from causes to effects) versus diagnostic learning (from effects to causes), would lead to different base rate use in diagnostic judgments. Results showed that learners are capable of incorporating base rate information in their judgments regardless of the direction in which the causal structure is learned. However, this only holds true for relatively simple scenarios. When complexity was increased, base rates were only used after diagnostic learning, but were largely neglected after predictive learning. It could be shown that this asymmetry is not due to a failure of encoding base rates in predictive learning because participants in all conditions were fairly good at reporting them. The findings present challenges for all theories of causal learning.

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2007
 
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Paine, Carina, Reips, Ulf-Dietrich, Stieger, Stefan, Joinson, Adam and Buchanan, Tom (2007): Internet users' perceptions of 'privacy concerns' and 'privacy actions'. In International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 65 (6) pp. 526-536.

A consistent finding reported in online privacy research is that an overwhelming majority of people are 'concerned' about their privacy when they use the Internet. Therefore, it is important to understand the discourse of Internet users' privacy concerns, and any actions they take to guard against these concerns. A Dynamic Interviewing Programme (DIP) was employed in order to survey users of an instant messaging ICQ ('I seek you') client using both closed and open question formats. Analysis of 530 respondents' data illustrates the importance of establishing users' privacy concerns and the reasoning behind these concerns. Results indicate that Internet users are concerned about a wider range of privacy issues than surveys have typically covered. The results do not provide final definitions for the areas of online privacy, but provide information that is useful to gain a better understanding of privacy concerns and actions.

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Stieger, Stefan, Reips, Ulf-Dietrich and Voracek, Martin (2007): Forced-response in online surveys: Bias from reactance and an increase in sex-specific dropout. In Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 58 pp. 1653-1660.

 
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Mangan, Mike and Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2007): Sleep, sex, and the Web: Surveying the difficult-to-reach clinical population suffering from sexsomnia. In Behavior Research Methods, 39 pp. 233-236.

 
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Joinson, Adam N., Woodley, Alan and Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2007): Personalization, authentication and self-disclosure in self-administered Internet surveys. In Computers in Human Behavior, 23 (1) pp. 275-285.

 
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Joinson, Adam N. and Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2007): Personalized salutation, power of sender and response rates to Web-based surveys. In Computers in Human Behavior, 23 (3) pp. 1372-1383.

 
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Joinson, Adam N., McKenna, Katelyn, Postmes, Tom and Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (eds.) (2007): The Oxford Handbook of Internet Psychology. Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press

 
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Funke, Frederik and Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2007): Messinstrumente und Skalen [Measuring devices and scales]. In: Welker, Martin and Wenzel, Olaf (eds.). "Online-Forschung 2007: Grundlagen und Fallstudien". Kln, Germany: Herbert von Halempp. 52-76

Die fortgeschrittene, weiterhin fortschreitende und in immer mehr Bereichen alltglich werdende Nutzung des Internets im Allgemeinen und des Word Wide Webs im Speziellen macht das Netz gleichermaen fr Wissenschaftler, Marktforscher und Demoskopen zu einem interessanten Medium. Fr computergesttzte selbstadministrierte Befragungen (CAWI, computer assisted web interviewing) und andere Datenerhebungsformen im Web steht eine Vielzahl von Mglichkeiten fr den Einsatz qualitativer und quantitativer Verfahren zur Verfgung. Ein Grund fr diese Popularitt liegt sicherlich darin, dass der selbstadministrierte Befragungsmodus, bei dem der Untersuchungsteilnehmer die Dateneingabe mit dem Beantworten selbst bernimmt, schnelle Untersuchungen groer Stichproben verspricht. Immer mehr (frei verfgbare) Software und Onlinetools fr das Erstellen von Befragungen im Web und deren Auswertung, ermglichen es auch technisch nicht versierten Personen, Daten im Netz zu erheben. Dabei wird scheinbar oftmals vergessen, dass sich Daten zwar leicht generieren lassen, sie jedoch ber bestimmte Qualitten verfgen mssen, sollen aus ihnen valide Schlsse gezogen werden. Sowohl Qualitt, als auch Quantitt von Daten werden durch die gewhlten Messmethoden beeinflusst. Die beiden Haupteinflsse auf die Qualitt der Ergebnisse einer Untersuchung, Reprsentation und Messung (berblick in Groves/Fowler/Couper 2004), haben fr Datenerhebungen im Web ebenso ihre Gltigkeit, wie fr andere Erhebungsarten. Whrend der Bereich der Reprsentation, also der Weg von der angestrebten Grundgesamtheit ber die realisierte Stichprobe und weitere Einflsse wie Antwortverweigerung, sich nicht grundstzlich von anderen Arten der Datenerhebung unterscheidet, gibt es, durch das Medium Computer bedingt, einige Besonderheiten im Bereich der Messung. Whrend Konstruktvaliditt und sptere Datenverarbeitung noch unabhngig von der Erhebungsart sind, gibt es spezifische Einflsse auf den Fehler durch den Messvorgang, die einen Einfluss auf die Ausprgung des Wertes haben, der gemessen werden soll. Die hier vorgestellten Messinstrumente und Skalen werden vor allem hinsichtlich ihrer Wirkung auf den Messfehler dargestellt. Die internetbasierte Datenerhebung ist zwar in der Lage, einige Schwierigkeiten papierbasierter Untersuchungen zu beheben (z. B. manuelle Dateneingabe; Bewertung von Stimuli, die sich nicht abdrucken lassen), manche Probleme treten jedoch in beiden Erhebungsmodi auf (Antwort nach sozialer Erwnschtheit; Effekte der graphischen Darstellung) und es kommen online neue Herausforderungen hinzu (Browserkompatibilitt; Antworten durch automatische Skripte; Mehrfachteilnahmen). Aber es ergeben sich auch neue Mglichkeiten, die in Papier-und-Bleistift-Befragungen nicht oder nur mit einem erheblichen Aufwand (sehr groe Teilnehmerzahl; Messung von Antwortzeiten; komplexe Filterfhrung; multimediale Stimuli; vllig freiwillige Teilnahme) zu realisieren sind. Die folgenden zwei Abschnitte zur Nutzeridentifizierung und zum Kompatibilittsproblem sind fr die sptere Datenauswertung von entscheidender Bedeutung, da stets kontrollierbar sein sollte, welcher Nutzer welche Angaben unter welchen Bedingungen gemacht hat. Der anschlieende Teil ber Messmethoden fokussiert auf die technische Seite der Datenerhebung im Netz. Dort werden die Vielfltigkeit der computergesttzten Messungen und der damit verbundenen Einfluss auf Datenqualitt und -quantitt vorgestellt. Der Abschnitt ber webbasierte Skalen zeigt die groe Bandbreite von reaktiven Erhebungsinstrumenten in selbstadministrierten Befragungen. Letztlich richten wir - exemplarisch fr Innovationen der Datenerhebung im Internet - einen Blick auf dynamische Formulare, die neben neuen Mglichkeiten der Datenerhebung auch eine Flle von methodischen Fragen mit sich bringen.

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Buchanan, Tom, Paine, Carina, Joinson, Adam N. and Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2007): Development of measures of online privacy concern and protection for use on the Internet. In Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 58 pp. 157-165.

 
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Buchanan, Tom, Joinson, Adam N., Paine, Carina and Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2007): Looking for medical information on the Internet: Self-disclosure, privacy and trust. In Health Information on the Internet, 58 pp. 8-9.

 
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Brucks, Wernher M., Reips, Ulf-Dietrich and Ryf, Bettina (2007): Group norms, physical distance, and ecological efficiency in common pool resource management. In Social Influence, 2 pp. 112-135.

Earlier research has repeatedly shown that people tend to follow group norms when using common pool resources. The present commons dilemma study seeks to extend these findings with two inherently relevant concepts: First, the ecological efficiency of the group norm, and second, the physical distance between the actors involved. Physical distance was manipulated by administering a web-based commons dilemma task to participants in the laboratory versus participants in the Internet. Ecological efficiency was manipulated by giving participants feedback about an overusing or a conserving group norm while the pool was either big or small. Conformity effects were strongest when the perceived group norm was ecologically efficient and participants were physically closer. Moreover, the effect of physical distance was mediated by the importance a person attached to the group's behavior. When physically farther apart, individuals attached less importance to the group's behavior and, as a consequence, showed less conformity. The results are discussed in the light of previous commons dilemma research and social psychological theories, and consequences for natural resource management are reflected.

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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich and Matzat, Uwe (2007): Web 2.0, Internet 2.1?. In International Journal of Internet Science, 2 pp. 1-2.

 
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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2007): The methodology of Internet-based experiments. In: Joinson, Adam N., McKenna, Katelyn, Postmes, Tom and Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (eds.). "The Oxford Handbook of Internet Psychology". Oxford, UK: Oxford University Presspp. 373-390

 
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Schmitt, David P. and Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2007): The geographic distribution of Big Five personality traits: Patterns and profiles of human self-description across 56 nations. In Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 38 pp. 173-212.

 
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Buchanan, Tom, Paine, Carina, Joinson, Adam N. and Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2007): Development of measures of online privacy concern and protection for use on the Internet. In JASIST - Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 58 (2) pp. 157-165.

 
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Stieger, Stefan, Reips, Ulf-Dietrich and Voracek, Martin (2007): Forced-response in online surveys: Bias from reactance and an increase in sex-specific dropout. In JASIST - Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 58 (11) pp. 1653-1660.

 
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Mangan, Mike and Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2007): Sleep, sex, and the Web: Surveying the difficult-to-reach clinical population suffering from sexsomnia. In Behavior Research Methods, 39 (2) pp. 233-236.

One major advantage of Web-based research lies in its ability to reach and study people who have rare condi- tions of interest. Another advantage is that, due to the anonymity of the survey situation, the Internet is particu- larly suited for surveys on sensitive topics. Sexsomnia is a newly identified medical condition whose sufferers engage in sexual behavior during their sleep. Problematic cases are highly distressing and have forensic impli- cations. The consensus among opinion leaders in sleep medicine is that sexsomnia may be quite common but that it often goes unreported because of shame and embarrassment. Thus, little is known about this condition's demographics and clinical features. This article reports findings from a sample analysis of 20 years of research on sexsomnia and discusses the results, strengths, and weaknesses of a recent Web-based survey conducted on the difficult-to-reach clinical population that suffers from sexsomnia.

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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2006): Computer-vermittelte Kommunikation [Computer-mediated communication]. In: Bierhoff, Hans-Werner and Frey, Dieter (eds.). "Handbuch der Sozialpsychologie und Kommunikationspsychologie". Gttingen, Germany: Hogrefepp. 555-564

 
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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich and Matzat, Uwe (2006): Internet Science and Open Access: First day of a honeymoon. In International Journal of Internet Science, 1 pp. 1-3.

 
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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2006): Encuestas a empleados a travs de Internet: conceptos y descubrimientos [Employee surveys via Internet: Issues and findings]. In Investigacin y Marketing, 91 pp. 75-79.

 
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Joinson, Adam N., Reips, Ulf-Dietrich, Buchanan, Tom and Paine, Carina (2006): Privacy, trust and self-disclosure online. In Human-Computer Interaction, .

 
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Joinson, Adam N., Paine, Carina, Buchanan, Tom and Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2006): Watching me, watching you: Privacy attitudes and reactions to identity card implementation scenarios in the United Kingdom. In Journal of Information Science, 32 (4) pp. 334-343.

 
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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2006): Web-based methods. In: Eid, Michael and Diener, Ed (eds.). "Handbook of multimethod measurement in psychology". Washington, DC: American Psychological Associationpp. 73-85

 
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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2006): Internet-basierte Methoden [Internet-based methods]. In: Petermann, Franz and Eid, Michael (eds.). "Handbuch der Psychologischen Diagnostik". Gttingen, Germany: Hogrefepp. 218-225

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Bierhoff, Hans-Werner, Funke, Joachim, Reips, Ulf-Dietrich and Weichselgartner, Erich (2005): Information und Kommunikation 2005: Ein Lagebericht und einige Zukunftsperspektiven [Information and communication 2005: A statement of current affairs and future perspectives]. In Psychologische Rundschau, 56 pp. 212-219.

 
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Frick, Andrea, Huber, Susanne and Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2005): Task-specific knowledge of the law of pendulum motion in children and adults. In Swiss Journal of Psychology, 64 pp. 103-114.

 
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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2005): Datenautobahn nutzen: Formen der internetgesttzten Datenerhebung [Using the data highway: Types of Internet-supported data collection]. In Psychoscope, 26 (8) pp. 6-9.

 
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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2005): Internet-Forschung in der Entwicklungspsychologie [Internet research in developmental psychology]. In: Mey, Gnter (ed.). "Handbuch Qualitative Entwicklungspsychologie". Kln, Germany: Klner Studen Verlagpp. 455-475

 
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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich and Lengler, Ralph (2005): The Web Experiment List: A Web service for the recruitment of participants and archiving of Internet-based experiments. In Behavior Research Methods, 37 pp. 287-292.

 
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Birnbaum, Michael H. and Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2005): Behavioral research and data collection via the Internet. In: Proctor, Robert W. and Vu, Kim-Phuong L. (eds.). "The handbook of human factors in Web design". Mahwah, New Jersey: Erlbaumpp. 471-492

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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2004). Internet-basiertes Experimentieren: Theorie, Methode, Geschichte, Werkzeuge und Empirie.

 
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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich and Stieger, Stefan (2004): Scientific LogAnalyzer: A Web-based tool for analyses of server log files in psychological research. In Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, & Computers, 36 pp. 304-311.

 
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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich and Franek, Lenka (2004): Mitarbeiterbefragungen per Internet oder Papier? Der Einfluss von Anonymitt, Freiwilligkeit und Alter auf das Antwortverhalten [Employee surveys via Internet or paper? The influence of anonymity, voluntariness and age on answering behavior]. In Neue Medien im (Arbeits)alltag. Sonderheft der Zeitschrift Wirtschaftspsychologie, 6 (1) p. 67.83.

 
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Schmitt, David P. and Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2004): Patterns and universals of adult romantic attachment across 62 cultural regions: Are models of Self and Other pancultural constructs?. In Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 35 pp. 367-402.

 
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Schmitt, David P. and Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2004): Patterns and universals of mate poaching across 53 nations: The effects of sex, culture, and personality on romantically attracting another person's partner. In Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 86 pp. 560-584.

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Sassenberg, Kai, Postmes, Tom, Boos, Michael and Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2003): Studying the Internet: A challenge for modern psychology. In Special issue of Swiss Journal of Psychology, 62 (2) .

 
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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2003): Web-Experimente: Eckpfeiler der Online-Forschung (2. berarbeitete Auflage) [Web experiments: Cornerstones in Online Research (Rev. ed.)]. In: Theobald, Axel, Dreyer, Marcus and Starsetzki, Thomas (eds.). "Online-Marktforschung: Beitrge aus Wissenschaft und Praxis". Wiesbaden, Germany: Gabler

 
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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2003): Psychologische Forschung zum und im Internet [Psychological research on and in the Internet]. In Psychologie in sterreich, 22 (1) pp. 19-25.

 
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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2003): Online-Erhebungen in den Sozialwissenschaften [Online surveys in the social sciences]. In: Arbeitskreis Deutscher Markt- und Sozialforschungsinstitute e.V. (ADM). In: Bundesamt, Arbeitskreis Deutscher Markt- und Sozialforschungsinstitute e.V. (ADM), Arbeitsgemeinschaft Sozialwissenschaftlicher Institute e.V. (ASI) und Statistisches (ed.). "Online-Erhebungen". Bonn, Germany: Informationszentrum Sozialwissenschaften

 
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Schmitt, David P. and Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2003): Universal sex differences in the desire for sexual variety: Tests from 52 nations, 6 continents, and 13 islands. In Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 85 pp. 85-104.

 
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Schmitt, David P. and Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2003): Are men universally more dismissing than women? Gender differences in romantic attachment across 62 cultural regions. In Personal Relationships, 10 (3) pp. 307-331.

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Batinic, Bernad, Reips, Ulf-Dietrich and Bosnjak, Michael (eds.) (2002): Online Social Sciences. Seatlle, USA, Hogrefe and Huber

 
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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2002): Umgekehrtes E-CRM: Wie man Stammkunden verlsslich verliert [Reverse Electronic Customer Relationship Management: How to lose your regular customers for good]. In: Schogel, M. and Schmidt, I. (eds.). "Electronic Customer Relationship Management - mit Informationstechnologien Kundenpotenziale nutzen". Dsseldorf: Symposionpp. 317-333

 
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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2002): Theory and techniques of Web experimenting. In: Batinic, Bernad, Reips, Ulf-Dietrich and Bosnjak, Michael (eds.). "Online Social Sciences". Seatlle, USA: Hogrefe and Huberpp. 229-250

 
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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2002): Context effects in Web surveys. In: Batinic, Bernad, Reips, Ulf-Dietrich and Bosnjak, Michael (eds.). "Online Social Sciences". Seatlle, USA: Hogrefe and Huberpp. 69-80

 
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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich and Neuhaus, Christoph (2002): WEXTOR: A Web-based tool for generating and visualizing experimental designs and procedures. In Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, & Computers, 34 pp. 234-240.

 
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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2002): Internet-based psychological experimenting: Five dos and five don'ts. In Social Science Computer Review, 20 (3) pp. 241-249.

 
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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich and Musch, Jochen (2002): Internet-based psychological experimenting. In Experimental Psychology, .

 
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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2002): Standards for Internet-based experimenting. In Experimental Psychology, 49 pp. 243-256.

This article summarizes expertise gleaned from the first years of Internet-based experimental research and presents recommendations on: (1) ideal circumstances for conducting a study on the Internet; (2) what precautions have to be undertaken in Web experimental design; (3) which techniques have proven useful in Web experimenting; (4) which frequent errors and misconceptions need to be avoided; and (5) what should be reported. Procedures and solutions for typical challenges in Web experimenting are discussed. Topics covered include randomization, recruitment of samples, generalizability, dropout, experimental control, identity checks, multiple submissions, configuration errors, control of motivational confounding, and pre-testing. Several techniques are explained, including warm-up, high hurdle, password methods, multiple site entry, randomization, and the use of incentives. The article concludes by proposing sixteen standards for Internet-based experimenting.

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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2001): Merging field and institution: Running a Web laboratory. In: Reips, Ulf-Dietrich and Bosnjak, M. (eds.). "Dimensions of Internet Science". Lengerich, Germany: Pabstpp. 1-22

 
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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2001): Web-Experimente: Eckpfeiler der Online-Forschung [Web experiments: Cornerstones in Online Research]. In: Theobald, A., Dreyer, M. and Starsetzki, T. (eds.). "Online-Marktforschung: Beitrge aus Wissenschaft und Praxis". Wiesbaden, Germany: Gabler Verlagpp. 97-112

 
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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2001): The Web Experimental Psychology Lab: Five years of data collection on the Internet. In Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, & Computers, 33 pp. 201-211.

In fall 1995, the worldwide-accessible Web Experimental Psychology Lab (http://www.genpsylab. unizh.ch) opened its doors to Web surfers and Web experimenters. It offers a frequently visited place at which to conduct true experiments over the Internet. Data from 5 years of laboratory running time are presented, along with recommendations for setting up and maintaining a virtual laboratory, including sections on the history of the Web laboratory and of Web experimenting, the laboratory's structure and design, visitor demographics, the Kids' Experimental Psychology Lab, access statistics, administration, software and hardware, marketing, other Web laboratories, data security, and data quality. It is concluded that experimental data collection via the Internet has proven to be an enrichment to science. Consequently, the Web Experimental Psychology Lab will continue and extend its services to the scientific community.

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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich and Bosnjak, M. (eds.) (2001): Dimensions of Internet Science. Lengerich, Germany, Pabst

 
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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich, Frick, A. and Bchtiger, M. T. (2001): Financial incentives, personal information and drop-out in online studies. In: Reips, Ulf-Dietrich and Bosnjak, M. (eds.). "Dimensions of Internet Science". Lengerich, Germany: Pabstpp. 209-219

 
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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich and Schwarz, S. (2001): CGI versus JavaScript: A Web experiment on the reversed hindsight bias. In: Reips, Ulf-Dietrich and Bosnjak, M. (eds.). "Dimensions of Internet Science". Lengerich, Germany: Pabstpp. 75-90

 
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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich, Morger, V. and Meier, B. (2001). "Fnfe gerade sein lassen": Listenkontexteffekte beim Kategorisieren ["Letting five be equal": List context effects in categorization]. Retrieved [Date unavailable] from http://www.psychologie.uzh.ch/sowi/reips/papers/re_mo_me2001.pdf

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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2000): The Web Experiment Method: Advantages, disadvantages, and solutions. In: Birnbaum, M. H. (ed.). "Psychological experiments on the Internet". San Diego, USA: CA: Academic Presspp. 89-118

 
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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2000): Das psychologische Experimentieren im Internet (2. berarbeitete Auflage) [Psychological experimenting on the Internet (Rev. ed.)]. In: Batinic, B. (ed.). "Internet fr Psychologen". Gttingen, Germany: Hogrefepp. 245-265

 
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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2000): zum Erstellen von WWW-Dokumenten (2. berarbeitete Auflage) [Tips for creating WWW documents (Rev. ed.)]. In: Batinic, B. (ed.). "Internet fr Psychologen". Gttingen, Germany: Hogrefepp. 631-654

 
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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (2000). Was ist Online-Forschung?. Retrieved [Date unavailable] from Internet-Umfragen-Newsletter, 18: http://www.or.zuma-mannheim.de/inhalt/Informationsquellen/newsletter/um18.htm

 
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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich and Musch, J. (2000): A brief history of Web experimenting. In: Birnbaum, M. H. (ed.). "Psychological experiments on the Internet". San Diego, USA: CA: Academic Presspp. 61-88

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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (1999): Theorie und Techniken des Web-Experimentierens. In: Batinic, B., Werner, A., Grf, L. and Bandilla, W. (eds.). "Online Research: Methoden, Anwendungen und Ergebnisse". Gttingen, Germany: Hogrefepp. 277-296

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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (1998): Web-Experiment. In: Dorsch, F., Hcker, H. and Stapf, K. H. (eds.). "Psychologisches Wrterbuch (Vol. 13)". Bern, Switzerland: Huberpp. 943-944

 
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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (1998): Forschung in der Zukunft [Future Science]. In: Krger, T. and Funke, J. (eds.). "Psychologie im Internet: Ein Wegweiser fr psychologisch interessierte User". Weinheim, Germany: Beltzpp. 115-123

 
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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (1998): Erwerb von Kausalwissen: Lernrichtung und Diagnostizitt von Effekten [Acquisition of causal knowledge: learning direction and diagnosticity of effects]. St. Augustin, Germany, Gardez!

 
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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (1998): Theorie der Kausalmodelle [Causal model theory]. In: Dorsch, F., Hcker, H. and Stapf, K.-H. (eds.). "Psychologisches Wrterbuch (Vol. 13, p. 426)". Bern, Switzerland: Huberp. 426

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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (1997): Forschen im Jahr 2007: Integration von Web-Experimentieren, Online-Publizieren und Multimedia-Kommunikation [Science in the year 2007: Integration of web experimenting, online publishing, and multimedia communication]. In: Janetzko, Dietmar, Batinic, Bernad, Schoder, Detlef, Mattingley-Scott, Mark and Strube, Gerhard (eds.) Cognition and Web 1997, Freiburg, Germany. pp. 141-148.

Die Vision, die in diesem Beitrag entworfen wird, illustriert die folgende Kernthese: der Forschungsproze in den Kognitions- und Sozialwissenschaften wird in den nchsten Jahren durch das World Wide Web (WWW, Web) nicht nur um neue Inhalte und Zugnge bereichert, sondern die Natur dieses Prozesses selbst wird sich entscheidend verndern. Das WWW und eine Vielzahl von mit ihm verbundenen technischen Neuerungen haben bereits heute in Einzelbereichen alternative Formen des Forschungsprozesses entstehen lassen, die aber noch unverbunden nebeneinanderher existieren. Wie sich diese Entwicklungen in den Bereichen Datensammlung, Publikation und Kommunikation zu einem integralen System verknpfen knnten, wird in diesem Beitrag dargestellt.

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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich (1997): Tips zum Erstellen von WWW-Dokumenten [Tips for creating WWW documents]. In: Batinic, Bernad (ed.). "Internet fr Psychologen". Gttingen, Germany: Hogrefepp. 499-517

 
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Adam N. Joinson:10
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Carina Paine:7

 

 

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