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February 2002, Vol. 125, No. 2
The American Time Use Survey: cognitive pretestingLisa K. Schwartz
Cognitive pretesting of the American Time Use Survey has resulted in several redesigns that disambiguated the wording of a number of questions in the instrument; further testing will ensure that the survey delivers high-quality data on an ongoing basis.
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