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Willson, S., & Dunston, S.K. (2017). Cognitive Interview Evaluation of the Revised Race Question, with Special Emphasis on the Newly Proposed Middle Eastern/North African Response Option. National Center for Health Statistics. Hyattsville, MD.
Holzberg, J.L., & Eggleston, C.M. (2015). Results from 2015 Focus Groups with Enumerators on the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Concept for Census Enumeration. U.S. Census Bureau. Suitland, MD.
Massey, M. (2017). Results of Cognitive Testing of Alcohol Questions for the NHIS (National Health Interview Survey) and the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES). National Center for Health Statistics. Hyattsville, MD.
Massey, M., Dunston, S., & Creamer, L. (2017). Results of Cognitive Testing of Questions on Traumatic Brain Injury. National Center for Health Statistics. Hyattsville, MD.
Scanlon, P., & Miller, K. (2017). Cognitive Evaluation of the UNICEF Early Child Development Index (ECDI) and Inclusive Education Modules in the United States, India, and Jamaica. National Center for Health Statistics. Hyattsville, MD.
Massey, M. (2016). Results of Cognitive Testing of Questions on Exposure to Second-Hand E-Cigarettes. NCHS. Hyattsville, MD.
Milesi, C., Morrison, H., Bautista, R., & Stern, M. (2017). Testing Alternative Response Options for Spanish Translations of Sexual Identity Items for National Surveys. NORC at the University of Chicago. Chicago, IL.
Mathiowetz, N., Ciochetto, S., DeMaio, T., & Sewell, L. (1992). Pretest for the CPS Tobacco Use Supplement: Findings From Behavior Coding and Interviewer Debriefing. U.S. Census Bureau. Suitland, MD.
Hunter, J., & Landreth, A. (2005). Behavior Coding Analysis Report: Evaluating Bilingual Versions of the Non-Response Follow-Up (NRFU) for the 2004 Census Test. U.S. Census Bureau. Suitland, MD.
Willson, S. (2016). NAMCS Feasibility Study. NCHS. Hyattsville, MD.

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