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Number 33: Cognitive Evaulation of Population Activity Limitations Screeners (PALS), by Kristen Miller (September 2002).
Number 32: Cognitive Analysis of Sexual Identity, Attraction and Behavior Questions, by Kristen Miller (June 2002).
Number 31: Cognitive Testing of a Children's Mental Health Assessment Instrument, by Kristen Miller and Paul Beatty (March 2001).
Number 30: Interdisiciplinary Survey Research Involving the Computer and Cognitive Sciences, edited by Monroe G. Sirken (January 2001).
Number 29: Development of a Brochure to Counter Mistrust-based Survey Refusals: Putting Tuskegee in Perspective, by Joel Kennet, Barbara F. Wilson, Alfredo Calvillo, Karen R. Whitaker, Michele Garber, & Glenn Pinder (August 2000).
Number 28: Survey Research at the Intersection of Statistics and Cognitive Psychology, edited by Monroe G. Sirken (January 2000).
Number 27: NHANES 1999+ Methodology Research: Approaches for Estimating Quantities of Foods Reported in a Dietary Interview Setting, Edgar Chambers, Sandria Goodwin, and Erika Edwards (July 1999).
Number 26: Questionnaire Evaluation and Testing in Support of the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), 1992-98 by Paul Beatty and Susan Schechter (December 1998).
Number 25: Evaluating Discrepancies in Print Reading Disability Statistics, by Paul Beatty and Wendy Davis (June 1998).
Number 24: Cognitive Research on Sensitive Survey Questions, by Gordon Willis, Kenneth A. Rasinski, Alison K. Baldwin, and Wenchi Yeh (May 1998).
Number 23: Public Health Geographic Information Systems (GIS) News and Information: 1994-1997, by Charles Croner (January 1998).
Number 22: Public Perception of Health Risk: A Literature Review, by Jack Elinson and Nurit Guttman (November 1997).
Number 21: Construction of a Battery of Survey-based Instruments to Assess Cognitive Abilities, by Robert Sternberg, Martin Dennis, and Paul Beatty (October 1996).
Number 20: The Use of the Psychological Laboratory to Study Sensitive Survey Topics: Can Cognitive Techniques Supplement Field Study, by Gordon Willis (August 1996).
Number 19: Cognitive Testing of NCI Occupational Exposure Questionnaires, by Paul Beatty, Barbara Wilson, and Mary Ann Guadagno (August 1996).
Number 18: Cognitive Aspects of Statistical Mapping, by Linda Williams Pickle and Douglas J. Herrmann (June 1995).
Number 17: Laboratory Testing of a Customer Satisfaction Survey: The Social Security Initial Awards Questionnaire, by Paul Beatty (April 1995).
Number 16: NCI Questionnaire Development and Testing: DES, Mammography Decisional Balance, and Clinical Breast Exams, by Paul Beatty (January 1995).
Number 15: The Mini-pretest: Small-scale Testing of a Large-scale Questionnaire, by Gordon B. Willis (December 1994).
Number 14: The Contributions of the NCHS Collaborative Research Program to Memory Research, by Douglas Herrmann (December 1994).
Number 13: NASA Questionnaire Development Project: Developing an Employee Health Survey from Secondary Sources, by Paul Beatty (November 1994).
Number 12: The Use of Strategic Processes by Survey Respondents, by Gordon Willis (November 1994).
Number 11: A Cognitive Subtask Model of Statistical Map Reading, by Douglas Herrmann and Linda Williams Pickle (August 1994).
Number 10: Proceedings of the 1993 NCHS Conference on the Cognitive Aspects of Self-Reported Health Status, Edited by Susan Schechter (August 1994).
Number 9: The Cognitive Aspects of Responses to Sensitive Survey Questions, by Gordon Willis, Monroe Sirken, and Gad Nathan (May 1994).
Number 8: Conducting Cognitive Laboratory Tests by Telephone, by Susan Schechter and Paul Beatty (April 1994).
Number 7: Cognitive Interviewing and Questionnaire Design: A Training Manual, by Gordon Willis (March 1994).
Number 6: Questionnaire Design Research Laboratory: Cognitive Laboratory Testing of the 1993 Teenage Attitudes and Practices Survey II, by Barbara Stussman (March 1994).
Number 5: Questionnaire Design Research Laboratory: Cognitive Testing of the 1993 Family Resources Supplement, by Jeffrey Kerwin (November 1993).
Number 4: Questionnaire Design Research Laboratory: Cognitive testing of the 1993 NHIS AIDS Knowledge and Attitudes Supplement, by Jeffrey Kerwin (November 1993).
Number 3: Questionnaire Design Research Laboratory: Mini-pretest of the 1994 Year 2000 and AIDS Supplements, by Gordon Willis (November 1993).
Number 2: Investigations into the Cognitive Processes of Answering Self-assessed Health Status Questions, by Susan Schechter (November 1993).
Number 1: Questionnaire Design Research Laboratory: Focus Groups on Family Health Issues, by Deborah Trunzo and Susan Schechter (November 1993).
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