The National Children’s Study (NCS) is a longitudinal observational study that will examine the effects of genetics and environment on the health and development of children in the United States. The NCS is in a Vanguard, or pilot phase, so it is important to determine the feasibility, acceptability and cost of different data collection methods. The purpose of this study was to determine whether demographic characteristics differed in self-administered questionnaire (SAQ) completion rates, and to examine response rates when a $2 incentive was included with the mailed questionnaire.
This issue also contains a book review of "The Invasion of Indian Country in the 20th Century: American Capitalism and Tribal Natural Resources" submitted by Jeffrey S. Hermsen.
Table of Contents
|Effect of Small Monetary Incentive and Demographic Characteristics on Response Rate of Self-Administered Questionnaire Mailed to Rural Women|
|Lacey A. McCormack|
|Book Review: The Invasion of Indian Country in the Twentieth Century: American Capitalism and Tribal Natural Resources|
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