Selected talks

Shahania, S., Claassen, J., Höhne, J.K., & Broneske, D. (2024). Bot behavior in web surveys: A showcase. Conference on Data collection, data quality and data ethics in the age of artificial intelligence, Wiesbaden (Germany).

Höhne, J.K., Revilla, M., & Couper, M.P. (2024). Respondent-centered incentives: Increasing answer provision when it comes to voice answers to open questions. 79th Conference of the American Association for Public Opinion Research (AAPOR), Atlanta (USA).

Höhne, J.K., Conrad, F., Neuert, C., & Claassen, J. (2024). Exploring effects of life-like virtual interviewers on respondents’ answers in a smartphone survey. 79th Conference of the American Association for Public Opinion Research (AAPOR), Atlanta (USA).

Höhne, J.K. (2024). Merits and limits of open voice answers from a smartphone survey. Mannheim Center for European Social Research (MZES; invited talk), Mannheim (Germany).

Höhne, J.K., Conrad, F., Neuert, C., & Claassen, J. (2024). Exploring effects of life like virtual interviewers on respondents’ answers in a smartphone survey. German Institute for Economic Research (DIW; invited talk), Berlin (Germany).

Höhne, J.K., Revilla, M., & Couper, M.P. (2024). Respondent-centered incentives: Increasing answer provision when it comes to voice answers to open questions. WEB DATA OPP Workshop, Barcelona (Spain).

Shahania, S., Claassen, J., Höhne, J.K., & Broneske, D. (2024). Mitigating the risk of bots in web surveys recruited via social media. Department of Methodology and Statistics at Utrecht University (invited talk), Utrecht (the Netherlands).

Höhne, J.K., & Lenzner, T. (2024). API vs. human coder: Comparing the performance of speech-to-text transcription using voice answers from a smartphone survey. GOR 2024, Cologne (Germany).

Höhne, J.K., Broneske, D., Neuert, C. & Claassen, J. (2024). How to incorporate AI interviewers in contemporary web surveys? Online Event “Going online: using video interviewing in survey research” of the Royal Statistical Society (invited talk), London (UK).

Höhne, J.K. & Gavras, K. (2023). Typing or speaking: Comparing text and voice answers to open questions on sensitive topics in smartphone surveys. Business School at Universidad San Francisco de Quito (invited talk), Quito (Ecuador).

Höhne, J.K., & Lenzner, T. (2023). API vs. human coder: Comparing the performance of speech-to-text transcription using voice answers from a smartphone survey. BigSurv 2023, Quito (Ecuador).

Höhne, J.K., Rettig, T., & Revilla, M. (2023). Attention please! Comparing different ways of presenting an instruction manipulation check in a probability-based online panel. GOR Conference 2023, Kassel (Germany).

Lenzner, T., Höhne, J.K., & Gavras, K. (2023). Innovating web probing: comparing text and voice answers to open probing questions in a smartphone survey. MASS Workshop 2023, Manchester (UK).

Höhne, J.K., & Conrad, F.G. (2023). Human-like communication forms in web surveys. ESRA 2023 (conference session), Milan (Italy).

Goerres, A., & Höhne, J.K. (2022). Optimising standardised survey questions for measuring political solidarities and related concepts in online surveys. GOR 2022, Berlin (Germany).

Höhne, J.K., Goerres, A., & Kemper, J. (2022). Novaland: Investigating political solidarities in an artificial online state. ERC-funded POLITSOLID Workshop 2022 (invited talk), Duisburg (Germany).

Höhne, J.K., & Krebs, D. (2021). Investigating direction effects across rating scales with five and seven points in a probability-based online panel. GOR 2021, virtual conference.

Höhne, J.K., Gavras, K., & Revilla, M. (2021).  New communication channels in web-based surveys (Panel). ESRA 2021, virtual conference.

Höhne, J.K. (2020). Switching away: what can we learn from JavaScript OnBlur functions about response behavior in web surveys? Research Methodology Workshop (invited virtual talk), Antwerp (Belgium).

Höhne, J.K., Blom, A., Gavras, K., Revilla, M., & Rettig, L. (2020). Open question formats: Comparing the suitability of requests for text and voice answers in smartphone surveys. BigSurv20 2020, virtual conference.

Höhne, J.K., Krebs, D., & Kühnel, S.M. (2020). Measuring income (in)equality: Comparing survey questions with unipolar and bipolar scales in a probability-based online panel. GOR 2020, virtual conference.

Höhne, J.K., & Yan, T. (2019). Investigating the impact of violations of the “left and top means first” heuristic on response behavior and data quality. MAPOR 2019, Chicago, IL (USA).

Höhne, J.K. (2019). Switching away from web surveys: what can we learn from JavaScript OnBlur functions about response behavior? MPSM Seminar Series (invited talk), Ann Arbor, MI (USA).

Höhne, J.K., Schlosser, S., Couper, M.P., & Blom, A. (2019). On-device and off-device multitasking in web surveys. AAPOR 2019, Toronto (Canada).

Höhne, J.K., Cornesse, C., Schlosser, S., Couper, M.P., & Blom, A. (2019). Looking up the right answer: Errors of optimization when answering political knowledge questions in web surveys. GOR 2019, Cologne (Germany).

Höhne, J.K., Revilla, M., Schlosser, S. (2018). The impact of motion instructions on smartphone acceleration, completion times, and response quality in a mobile web survey. BigSurv18 2018, Barcelona (Spain).

Höhne, J.K., Lenzner, T., Neuert, C.E., & Yan, T. (2018). Re-examining the middle means typical heuristic using eye-tracking methodology. AAPOR 2018, Denver, CO (USA).

Höhne, J.K., & Schlosser, S. (2018). SurveyMotion: What can we learn from sensor data about respondents’ actions in mobile web surveys? RECSM-Universitat Pompeu Fabra (invited talk), Barcelona (Spain).