These recent articles and presentations used samples of StudyResponse panelists:
Piccolo, R. F. & Colquitt, J. A. (2006). Transformational leadership and job behaviors: The mediating role of job characteristics. Academy of Management Journal, 49, 327-340. Full text available.
Vodanovich, S. J., Wallace, J. C., & Kass, S. J. (2005). A confirmatory approach to the factor structure of the boredom proneness scale: Evidence for a two-factor short form. ournal of Personality Assessment, 85 (3), 295-303.
Nadler, J. (2005). Flouting the law. Texas Law Review, 83, 1399-1441.
Slonim, R. & Garbarino, E. (2005, October). The Robustness of Trust and Reciprocity across a Heterogeneous Population. Women and Public Policy Program Research Seminar, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Boston, MA. Full text available.
Van Ryzin, G. (2004). The measurement of overall citizen satisfaction. Public Performance & Management Review, 27 (3), 9-28.
Barbeite, F. G., & Weiss, E. M. (2004). Computer self-efficacy and anxiety scales for an Internet sample: testing measurement equivalence of existing measures and development of new scales. Computers in Human Behavior, 20 (1), 1-15.
McMillan, S. J., Hwang, J.-S., & Lee, G. (2003). Effects of structural and perceptual factors on attitudes toward the website. Journal of Advertising Research, 23, 400-409.
Dennis, R. & Winston, B. E. (2003). A factor analysis of Page and Wong’s servant leadership instrument. Leadership & Organization Development Journal, 24 (8), 455-459.
O'Neil, K. M., Penrod, S. D., & Bornstein, B. H. (2003). Web-based research: Methodological variables' effects on dropout and sample characteristics. Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, & Computers, 35, 217-226.
Stanton, J. M., Stam, K. R., Guzman, I., & Caldera, C. (2003, October). Examining the linkage between organizational commitment and information security. Proceedings of the IEEE Systems, Man, and Cybernetics Conference, Washington, DC.
Wallace, J. C., & Vodanovich, S. J. (in press). Personnel application blanks: Persistence and knowledge of legally inadvisable application blanks. Public Personnel Management.
The following technical reports are provided as a companion service to researchers who use a StudyResponse Project sample in their research. Feel free to download, cite, and reference freely (the reports are in PDF format). The authors of these reports maintain their copyrights: Please contact them for information on distributing, quoting, or reusing their work.
Stanton, J. M., & Weiss, E. M. (2002). Online Panels for Social Science Research: An Introduction to The StudyResponse Project. (Tech. Rep. No. 13001). Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University, School of Information Studies.
Dennis, R., & Winston, B. E. (2003). A Factor Analysis of Page and Wong's Servant Leadership Instrument: Snowball Sampling and StudyResponse Panelists. (Tech. Rep. No. 13002). Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University, School of Information Studies.
McMillan, S. J., Hwang, J.-S., & Lee, G. (2003). Measuring Attitudes towards Web Sites with StudyResponse Panelists. (Tech. Rep. No. 13003). Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University, School of Information Studies.
Burnfield, J. L., & Rogelberg, S. G. (2003). An International Study of Meetings with Study Response Panelists: Sampling from Multiple Recruitment Sources. (Tech. Rep. No. 13004). Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University, School of Information Studies.
Wallace, C. (2004). The StudyResponse project: A Description and Evaluation of Using Standing Panels of Participants for Psychological Research. (Tech. Rep. No. 13006). Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University, School of Information Studies.