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PhD theses

Under development (and preliminary titles):

Gregor Čehovin, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia, "Meta-analyses in survey methodology"


Completed PhD theses:

2017, Social Sciences/Survey Methodology, primary advisor
Ines Schaurer, University of Mannheim, Germany, "Recruitment of a probability-based online panel"

2017, Social Science Informatics, second adviser/referee (primary adviser: Vasja Vehovar)
Anže Sendelbah, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia, "Media multitasking in web surveys"

2016, Sociology, second adviser/referee (primary adviser: Michael Braun):
Cornelia Neuert, University of Mannheim, Germany, "Eye tracking in questionnaire pretesting
".

2014, Sociology, second adviser/referee (primary adviser: Marek Fuchs):
Matthias Emde, TU Darmstadt, Germany, "Open-ended questions in Web surveys - Using visual and adaptive questionnaire design to improve narrative responses"

2014, Psychology, primary adviser:
Peter Schulte, University of Mannheim, Germany, "Archetypische Konsumenten: Entwicklung, Anwendung und Evaluation einer die Schnittstelle zwischen Marketing und Design optimierenden Segmentierungsmethode am Beispiel des deutschen Automobilmarkts"

2012, Psychology, referee together with Gerd Gigerenzer (MPI Berlin) and Matthias Ziegler (HU Berlin): 
Nicolai Bodemer, Humboldt-University Berlin, Germany, "Transparency in information about health - Improving medical decision making".

2008, Psychology, second referee:
Andres Steffanowski, University of Mannheim, Germany, “Evidenz psychosomatischer Rehabilitation im Spiegel multipler Ergebniskriterien

2008, Psychology, primary advisor:
Lars Kaczmirek, University of Mannheim, Germany, "Human-Survey Interaction: Usability and Nonresponse in Online Surveys"

2005, Social Sciences, external referee (primary advisers: Geert Loosveldt, Mick Couper):
Dirk Heerwegh, University of Leuven, Belgium, "Web surveys. Explaining and reducing unit nonresponse, item nonresponse and partial nonresponse".