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Spoken Dialog Systems for Automated Survey Interviewing

Michael Johnston, Patrick Ehlen, Frederick G. Conrad, Michael F. Schober, Christopher Antoun, Stefanie Fail, Andrew Hupp, Lucas Vickers, Huiying Yan, Chan Zhang
2013 SIGDIAL Conferences  
Even without confirmation, while there are significantly more errors, impact on the substantive conclusions of the survey is still very limited.  ...  With explicit confirmation, the small percentage of residual errors had little to no impact on survey data measurement.  ...  For the 18 categorical questions, we conducted t-tests comparing the counts for each response option of each question.  ... 
dblp:conf/sigdial/JohnstonECSAFHV13 fatcat:qd2ksdi7gbc2jm2drsckvr3l4e

Giving Respondents Voice? The Feasibility of Voice Input for Mobile Web Surveys

Melanie Revilla, Mick P. Couper, Carlos Ochoa
2018 Survey Practice  
More and more respondents are completing Web surveys on mobile devices.  ...  Previous research has investigated the impact of the device used on the comparability and quality of the data obtained from open narrative questions.  ...  interest in the possibility of using the voice input option.  ... 
doi:10.29115/sp-2018-0007 fatcat:byfme4jlyzfg5a4qvxbsf3u6fy

Tulpas and Mental Health: A Study of Non-Traumagenic Plural Experiences

Jacob J. Isler
2017 Research in Psychology and Behavioral Sciences  
The questionnaires investigate two associations previously found in members of the tulpa community. First, the prevalence of mental illness, which exists in over 50% of the population.  ...  Research defining the relationship between tulpamancy and mental health is expanded on by analyzing the results of surveys conducted on the online tulpa community.  ...  At the end of each section of the survey, respondents were given the option to elaborate on their answers in short answer form.  ... 
doi:10.12691/rpbs-5-2-1 fatcat:pepzwincyje3fkdykg7zq3qnfa

Voice of People with Fragile X Syndrome and Their Families: Reports from a Survey on Treatment Priorities

Jayne Weber, Elizabeth Smith, Elizabeth Berry-Kravis, Diego Cadavid, David Hessl, Craig Erickson
2019 Brain Sciences  
challenges with "voice of the patient" research in FXS.  ...  The National Fragile X Foundation in collaboration with clinical investigators from industry and academia constructed a survey to investigate the main symptoms, daily living challenges, family impact,  ...  Acknowledgments: We are grateful to everyone who completed this survey, and the National Fragile X Foundation for their help disseminating the survey to the FXS community.  ... 
doi:10.3390/brainsci9020018 pmid:30678024 pmcid:PMC6406416 fatcat:a7wadmxokzg3logcwksstfl4ve

Dysphonia and Vocal Tract Discomfort while Working From Home during COVID-19

Ciarán Kenny
2020 Journal of Voice  
Those with dysphonia completed the voice-related quality of life to measure impact. Regression analyses identified risk factors for voice and vocal tract problems.  ...  This study established the prevalence, incidence, characteristics and impact of self-perceived dysphonia and VTD in those working from home during COVID-19.  ...  Acknowledgments The author is extremely grateful to the volunteers who examined the survey content during the pilot phase and to those who gave generously of their time to participate.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jvoice.2020.10.010 pmid:33223124 pmcid:PMC7566822 fatcat:pphdk3xhfndrlnnraktp5ube4u

Exploring the Opportunities and Challenges Relating to the Variances in Students' Response to Dissatisfaction in Business Management Educational Services

Mary Helou, Ph.D., Linda Crismon, Ed.D., Christopher Crismon, M. S. P.
2021 World Journal of Educational Research  
The current study investigates the impact of loyalty, and its cultural understanding, on dissatisfaction response styles of university students.  ...  education Australian institutions, in an attempt to explore the impact of culture on dissatisfaction, and the resultant response options chosen by students, as guided by culturally defined perceptions  ...  Only six (6) out of the two hundred (200) students indicated that they would use the exit option in case of dissatisfaction.  ... 
doi:10.22158/wjer.v9n1p29 fatcat:xyuan7di4bbd7ed5nklgacswqa

Humanizing self-administered surveys: experiments on social presence in web and IVR surveys

Roger Tourangeau, Mick P Couper, Darby M Steiger
2003 Computers in Human Behavior  
Finally, we carried out a telephone study using a method-interactive voice response (IVR)-in which the computer plays a recording of the questions over the telephone and respondents indicate their answers  ...  In attempting to reconcile these apparently contradictory findings, we varied features of the interface in two Web surveys and a telephone survey.  ...  We thank Robert Tortora and Margrethe Montgomery of the Gallup Organization for their assistance in planning and carrying out this project.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0747-5632(02)00032-8 fatcat:pdqpiqjmrjhqhohjd37s5hntmu

For one or for all?

Brett L. Fiedler, Taliesin L. Smith, Jesse Greenberg, Emily B. Moore
2022 Proceedings of the 19th International Web for All Conference  
We surveyed over 2000 educators to investigate their per ceptions and preferences of the Web Speech-based Voicing feature and its broad appeal and effectiveness for teaching and learning.  ...  Building off an existing design framework for auditory description of interactive web media, we have designed an optional Voicing feature instantiated in two PhET Interactive Simulations regularly used  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We thank the many educator participants who contributed their time and perspectives in filling out the surveys.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3493612.3520456 fatcat:hmbis2h4njfivjbycgri2tdq6u

Intelligent Interactive Voice Response Systems and Customer Satisfaction

2019 International Journal of Advanced Trends in Computer Science and Engineering  
This study intends to investigate the customer satisfaction on "Intelligent Interactive Voice Response Systems" which are the extension of the traditional "Interactive Voice Response Systems (IVRS)", and  ...  Data are collected from 239 people with a survey questionnaire for testing the proposed model. Structural equation modelling is used as the statistical method in order to analyze data.  ...  The IIVRS detect the user's activities, and sense the needs of user; maintains the previous sessions of the user, and in future refers the previous history, options and the frequency of the options to  ... 
doi:10.30534/ijatcse/2019/02812019 fatcat:6qb463cnebbqfp7bb3mj3tyeze

Community Perceptions of Wind Farm Development and the Property Value Impacts of Siting Decisions

Sandy Bond
2010 Pacific Rim Property Research Journal  
This paper outlines the results of research carried out in Western Australia in 2008 to investigate community attitudes, and help verify the reported level of opposition, towards the proposed development  ...  However, there were grave concerns voiced about the specific site selected for the development and the way in which the proponents/developers had managed the development process.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This study was possible thanks to the financial support of the Centre of Research in Applied Economics (CRAE) and the School of Economics and Finance at Curtin University of Technology  ... 
doi:10.1080/14445921.2010.11104295 fatcat:t4sv4dlpvfbv7llt56gu7dkvdu

Field survey on acoustic factors of onsite football spectating

Takumi Asakura, Atsuya Ishikawa
2020 Acoustical Science and Technology  
Firstly, in order to investigate the acoustic factors that have an impact on onsite football spectating, the questionnaire survey was performed targeting the spectators of football games in the J1 and  ...  Other responses were mainly related to the difficulty in seeing the players in a remote condition (options (A) and (D)).  ... 
doi:10.1250/ast.41.829 fatcat:pikrxcfly5bohgiqacq3gmmdqu

Exploring the usability of interactive voice response system's design

Siddhartha Asthana, Pushpendra Singh, Amarjeet Singh
2013 Proceedings of the 3rd ACM Symposium on Computing for Development - ACM DEV '13  
In this work, we propose a 3-Dimensional information space to study the usability of different designs of Interactive Voice Response system (IVR).  ...  We study three different system design of IVR through real world experiment and control lab studies. Relative position of each system design is investigated in the proposed information space.  ...  In the survey, user reported that many time responses were incomplete or irrelevant information was mixed with relevant which was never observed with traditional IVR system.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2442882.2442924 dblp:conf/dev/AsthanaSS13a fatcat:cvrdtbnp5zfldkbyb7ymbu42nu

Social Conformity and Response Bias Revisited: The Influence of "Others" on Japanese Respondents

Chisuzu Kondo, Chiaki Saito, Ayaka Deguchi, Miki Hirayama, Adam Acar
2010 Human Affairs  
in survey studies.  ...  Social Conformity and Response Bias Revisited: The Influence of "Others" on Japanese RespondentsThis study was undertaken to investigate the impact of other respondents' answers on individual responses  ...  This paper was written with the aim of measuring the change in self-reported responses depending on others' answers in survey type of studies.  ... 
doi:10.2478/v10023-010-0036-6 fatcat:7puygoxkuvdgboidvxc4b3ub4i

Effective teleconferencing: An international investigation of the factors influencing the effectiveness of distributed meetings

Joy Goodman-Deane, Anna Mieczakowski, Jeff Patmore, John Clarkson
2015 International Journal of Business Research and Development  
Ten interviews and 100 survey responses were obtained from each of the following four countries: Australia, China, the UK, and the US.  ...  This paper reports on a multi-country investigation into the factors that make for an effective distributed meeting in everyday practice.  ...  Thanks are also due to Natasha Dwyer and her team who conducted the Australian interviews and survey and helped with their analysis.  ... 
doi:10.24102/ijbrd.v4i4.565 fatcat:fbsyn52dpbgannzcljri76gkqq

EXIT AND VOICE IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT RECONSIDERED: A 'CHOICE REVOLUTION'?

JON PIERRE, ASBJØRN RØISELAND
2016 Public Administration  
Choice entails exit, an option which Albert Hirschman famously reserved for the market while voice is the key mode of communication in political life.  ...  Based in elite and mass surveys, the paper studies how exit is perceived by citizens and local political and administrative leaders in Norway and Sweden and how the two strategic options relate to each  ...  We are grateful for the reviewers' helpful comments. Also, we appreciate Annelin Gustavsen's assistance with the data analysis.  ... 
doi:10.1111/padm.12258 fatcat:itgf6n4wrbdqtgfypxwjfqcuru
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