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Robert F. Belli
Robert F. Belli
professor of psychology. university of nebraska
Verified email at unl.edu
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The structure of autobiographical memory and the event history calendar: Potential improvements in the quality of retrospective reports in surveys
RF Belli
Memory 6 (4), 383-406, 1998
7721998
Event history calendars and question list surveys: A direct comparison of interviewing methods
RF Belli, WL Shay, FP Stafford
Public opinion quarterly 65 (1), 45-74, 2001
4022001
Reducing vote overreporting in surveys: Social desirability, memory failure, and source monitoring
RF Belli, MW Traugott, M Young, KA McGonagle
The Public Opinion Quarterly 63 (1), 90-108, 1999
3781999
Influences of misleading postevent information: Misinformation interference and acceptance.
RF Belli
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 118 (1), 72, 1989
3741989
The role of ease of retrieval and attribution in memory judgments: Judging your memory as worse despite recalling more events
P Winkielman, N Schwarz, RF Belli
Psychological Science 9 (2), 124-126, 1998
2601998
Global and episodic reports of hedonic experience
N Schwarz, D Kahneman, J Xu, R Belli, F Stafford, D Alwin
Using calendar and diary methods in life events research, 157-174, 2009
2352009
Memory impairment and source misattribution in postevent misinformation experiments with short retention intervals
RF Belli, DS Lindsay, MS Gales, TT McCarthy
Memory & Cognition 22 (1), 40-54, 1994
2311994
What leads to voting overreports? Contrasts of overreporters to validated voters and admitted nonvoters in the American National Election Studies
RF Belli, MW Traugott, MN Beckmann
Journal of Official Statistics 17 (4), 479, 2001
2242001
Detecting memory impairment with a modified test procedure: Manipulating retention interval with centrally presented event items.
RF Belli, PD Windschitl, TT McCarthy, SE Winfrey
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 18 (2), 356, 1992
1941992
Misinformation effects and the suggestibility of eyewitness memory
MS Zaragoza, RF Belli, KE Payment
Do justice and let the sky fall, 35-63, 2013
1752013
Calendar and time diary methods in life course research
RF Belli, FP Stafford, DF Alwin
Sage, 2009
1522009
Does the life history calendar method facilitate the recall of intimate partner violence? Comparison of two methods of data collection
M Yoshihama, B Gillespie, AC Hammock, RF Belli, RM Tolman
Social Work Research 29 (3), 151-163, 2005
1482005
The generational basis of historical knowledge
H Schuman, RF Belli, K Bischoping
Collective memory of political events, 59-90, 2013
1452013
Calendar and question-list survey methods: Association between interviewer behaviors and data quality
RF Belli, EH Lee, FP Stafford, CH Chou
Journal of Official Statistics 20 (2), 185, 2004
1352004
Question difficulty and respondents' cognitive ability: The effect on data quality
B Knäuper, RF Belli, DH Hill, AR Herzog
JOURNAL OF OFFICIAL STATISTICS-STOCKHOLM- 13, 181-199, 1997
1281997
Life-course socioeconomic position and hypertension in African American men: the Pitt County Study
SA James, J Van Hoewyk, RF Belli, DS Strogatz, DR Williams, ...
American journal of public health 96 (5), 812-817, 2006
1212006
Methodological comparisons between CATI event history calendar and standardized conventional questionnaire instruments
RF Belli, LM Smith, PM Andreski, S Agrawal
Public Opinion Quarterly 71 (4), 603-622, 2007
1102007
The pliability of autobiographical memory: Misinformation and the false memory problem
RF Belli, EF Loftus
Remembering our past: Studies in autobiographical memory, 157-179, 1996
1081996
Recovered memories of childhood abuse: A source monitoring perspective.
RF Belli, EF Loftus
The Guilford Press, 1994
1061994
Retrospective data collection using event history calendars
KK Martyn, RF Belli
Nursing research 51 (4), 270-274, 2002
1022002
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