Chapter 2: Diagnosing survey response quality
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Inattentive and fraudulent respondents can threaten the reliability and validity of survey results. How should researchers diagnose and handle low-quality respondents? We review the strengths and limitations of various data quality metrics and outline the need for future research to develop guidelines and standards for evaluating survey response quality.

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