Marieke Haan

Marieke Haan
University of Groningen | RUG · Department of Sociology

PhD

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Introduction
Marieke is working as an assistant professor at the sociology department of the University of Groningen. Her work focuses on survey methodology in mixed-device surveys, health surveys, qualitative research methods, and interviewer-respondent interaction analysis.
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August 2018 - March 2020
University of Groningen
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
October 2015 - July 2018
Utrecht University
Position
  • PostDoc Position
March 2011 - August 2015
University of Groningen
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  • PhD

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Publications (29)
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This study assesses the effect of response-mode choices on response rates, and response-mode preferences of hard-to-survey populations: young adults, full-time workers, big city inhabitants, and non-Western immigrants. Using address-based sampling, a stratified sample of 3,496 households was selected. The first group of sample members was contacted...
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Intrigued by the possibilities of improving the data quality of web surveys by incorporating human-like features, we developed a video-web survey for this study. This paper describes an experiment that compares response behavior in the video-web mode to traditional web and interviewer-administered surveys. The disclosure of sensitive information an...
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Purpose: To explore patients’ level of knowledge of artificial intelligence (AI), the meanings patients ascribe to key topics such as radiology and AI, and to identify domains related to patients’ perspective on the use of AI in radiology. Methods: Twenty patients who were scheduled for a CT scan of chest and abdomen, were prospectively included....
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In this study, we investigate whether mobile device use in surveys can be predicted. We aim to identify possible motives for device use and build a model by drawing on theory from technology acceptance research and survey research. We then test this model with a Structural Equation Modeling approach using data of seven waves of the GESIS panel. We...
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Although correct question reading is a fundamental assumption of standardized interviewing, in surveys, interviewers will not always read all questions exactly as worded. In this study the deviations in question reading by interviewers were analyzed. In addition, we studied if these deviations were based on conventions in ordinary conversations. Da...
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A method commonly used in health care research is the waiting room (WR) survey. While patients are waiting for their appointment, they are asked to complete a questionnaire measuring their attitudes, behaviors and other characteristics. In this paper we synthesize practical guidelines for WR surveys by comparing the method with two similar approach...
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Background and Objectives Given the increasing academic interest in older migrants, this study aims at examining the likelihood of establishing contact and cooperation in a survey among first-generation migrants in Germany, comparing migrants of age 50 and above with younger migrants (age 16 - 49). Research Design and Methods We analyse data from...
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This study investigates how an auto-forward design, where respondents navigate through a web survey automatically, affects response times and navigation behavior in a long mixed-device web survey. We embedded an experiment in a health survey administered to the general population in The Netherlands to test the auto-forward design against a manual-f...
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Research focussing on older adults of low socioeconomic status (SES) faces several methodological challenges, including high rates of non-response and drop-out. In addition, older adults of low SES tend to be less willing to participate in research and are more likely to experience cognitive impairments and literacy problems. Photo-elicitation stud...
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Objectives To investigate the general population’s view on artificial intelligence (AI) in medicine with specific emphasis on 3 areas that have experienced major progress in AI research in the past few years, namely radiology, robotic surgery, and dermatology. Methods For this prospective study, the April 2020 Online Longitudinal Internet Studies...
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Purpose: The health perceptions of older adults with a lower socioeconomic status still seems to be unsettled. To gain more insight in these perceptions, 19 older adults were interviewed with the use of a photo-elicitation method. Methods: Participants reflected on ten photographs covering aspects of physical, social and mental health, and were al...
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Although father–child relationships (FCRs) are central to children’s experience of paternal imprisonment, few studies address this subject. A systematic review was conducted to synthesize the literature on paternal imprisonment and FCRs. Four academic databases were searched for peer-reviewed studies. Thirty studies were identified. It was found th...
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Although waiting room surveys are frequently conducted, methodological studies on this topic are scarce. Behaviour of surveyors in waiting rooms can easily be controlled, and these surveys also allow for collection of paradata; relevant information on the circumstances of a request to participate in survey research. In this paper, we present the re...
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The growing smartphone penetration and the integration of smartphones into people’s everyday practices offer researchers opportunities to augment survey measurement with smartphone-sensor measurement or to replace self-reports. Potential benefits include lower measurement error, a widening of research questions, collection of in situ data, and a lo...
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Objective: To investigate the general population's view on the use of artificial intelligence (AI) for the diagnostic interpretation of screening mammograms. Methods: Dutch women aged 16 to 75 years were surveyed using the Longitudinal Internet Studies for the Social sciences panel, representative for the Dutch population. Attitude toward AI in...
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Online surveys are increasingly completed on smartphones. There are several ways to structure online surveys so as to create an optimal experience for any screen size. For example, communicating through applications (apps) such as WhatsApp and Snapchat closely resembles natural turn-by-turn conversations between individuals. Web surveys currently m...
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Appendix 12A Differences in Length of Interviewer-Respondent Interactions in CAPI and CATI Interviews Table A12A.1 Response Rrates (AAPOR RR1) Table A12A.2 Descriptive Statistics for Questions and Respondent Characteristics Table A12A.3 Means and Correlations Trimmed number of Turns and Events in CAPI and CATI by Question Characteristics Table A12A...
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Objectives The patients’ view on the implementation of artificial intelligence (AI) in radiology is still mainly unexplored territory. The aim of this article is to develop and validate a standardized patient questionnaire on the implementation of AI in radiology. Methods Six domains derived from a previous qualitative study were used to develop...
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A sizable minority of all web surveys are nowadays completed on smartphones. People who choose a smartphone for Internet-related tasks are different from people who mainly use a PC or tablet. Smartphone use is particularly high among the young and urban. We have to make web surveys attractive for smartphone completion in order not to lose these gro...
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The event history calendar (EHC) is usually a matrix with column headings indicating calendar years and/or months and rows representing different life domains. In EHC interviews, information is first collected on domains with relatively easy to recall events. This chapter describes how the quality of the fairly complex interviews conducted in multi...
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This study presents the creation of a measurement device to determine and define sustainability attitudes into identifiable sustainability segments. These segments were profiled with behavioral and sociodemographic data. Based on previous literature, key sustainability topics were identified from which a 31-item questionnaire was developed, the Fiv...
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This paper shows how interaction coding of interviewer-respondent interactions was used to perform manipulation checks of CATI interviewer behavior in experimental studies. An experiment in which interviewers were instructed to persuade potential respondents by means of a personal style or a formal style showed no significant effects of the persuas...
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In this doctoral dissertation, the effects of different survey modes on participation and answering behavior are studied. More specifically, experiments are conducted to learn more about the effectiveness of using multiple survey modes in order to increase response rates and to improve representation of hard-to-survey populations. However, differen...
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Obtaining survey data has become a challenging task, as response rates have decreased over the years in the United States and Europe (Atrostic, Bates, Burt, and Silberstein, 2001; de Heer, 1999). Collecting data from hard-to-survey populations is even more difficult, they are either hard to reach or known for low cooperation rates (for a more exten...

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Within my PhD project I studied the effects of survey modes on participation and answering behavior.