Question order sensitivity of subjective well-being measures: focus on life satisfaction, self-rated health, and subjective life expectancy in survey instruments

A MiCDA Researcher publication abstract

Lee, Sunghee, Colleen McClain, Noah J. Webster, and Saram Han. 2016. "Question order sensitivity of subjective well-being measures: focus on life satisfaction, self-rated health, and subjective life expectancy in survey instruments." Quality of Life Research, 25(10): 2497-2510.

This study examines the effect of question context created by order in questionnaires on three subjective well-being measures: life satisfaction, self-rated health, and subjective life expectancy.

10.1007/s11136-016-1304-8

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