Dr. Jan Karem Höhne

Dr. Jan Karem Höhne

Working Group for Empirical Political Science

Jan Karem Höhne is postdoc researcher in the POLITSOLID project of the European Research Council at the Department of Political Science at the University of Duisburg-Essen (Germany) and research fellow at the Research and Expertise Centre for Survey Methodology at the University of Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona (Spain). He was Fulbright fellow at the Department of Communication at Stanford University (USA) and research fellow at the Institute for Social Research at the University of Michigan (USA). His research combines methodology, political psychology and sociology, computer science, and data science.

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Advanced Survey Quality Methods (ASQME) Research Group

Kontakt

CAMPUS DUISBURG

Raum:LF 152
Anschrift:University of Duisburg-Essen
Lotharstraße 65
47057 Duisburg
Germany
Telefon:(0203)379-2283
E-Mail:jan.hoehne@uni-due.de
Sprechzeiten:By appointment
Zuständiges Sekretariat:Helga Schulte

Editorships and publications

Editorships

Associate editor of the open-access journal “methods data analyses” with a focus on survey methodology and statistics and new developments in quantitative social research

Editorial board member of the journal “International Journal of Market Research” with a focus on research methodology and statistics, new technologies, and strategic and management issues.

 

Books and edited volumes

Mays, A., Dingelstedt, A., Hambauer, V., Schlosser, S., Berens, F., Leibold, J., & Höhne, J.K. (2020). Grundlagen – Methoden – Anwendungen in den Sozialwissenschaften. Festschrift zu Ehren von Steffen-M. Kühnel. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag

Struminskaya, B., Keusch, F., Lugtig, P., & Höhne, J.K. (2020). Using Mobile Apps and Sensors in Surveys. Special Issue: Social Science Computer Review

Höhne, J.K. (2018). Question format, response effort, and response quality: A methodological comparison of agree/disagree and item-specific questions. Germany: Niedersächsische Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Göttingen

 

Research articles 

Höhne, J.K. (in press). Are respondents ready for audio and voice communication channels in online surveys? International Journal for Social Research Methodology.

Elevelt, A., Höhne, J.K., & Blom, A. (2021). Squats in surveys: Investigating the feasibility of, compliance with, and respondents' performance on fitness tasks in self-administered smartphone surveys using acceleration data. Frontiers in Digital Public Health. DOI: 10.3389/fpubh.2021.627509

Höhne, J.K. (2021). New insights on respondents' recall ability and memory effects when repeatedly measuring political efficacy. Quality and Quantity. DOI: 10.1007/s11135-021-01219-2

Höhne, J.K., Cornesse, C., Schlosser, S., Couper, M.P., & Blom, A. (2021). Looking up answers to political knowledge questions in web surveys. Public Opinion Quarterly. DOI: 10.1093/poq/nfaa049

Höhne, J.K., & Krebs, D. (2021). Mismatching middle options: Consequences for attitude measurement in smartphone surveys. International Journal of Social Research Methodology. 24, 381-386

Höhne, J.K., Krebs, D., & Kühnel, S.M. (2021). Measurement properties of completely and end labeled unipolar and bipolar scales in Likert-type questions on income (in)equality. Social Science Research. DOI: 10.1016/j.ssresearch.2021.102544

Lenzner, T., & Höhne, J.K. (2020). Measuring subjective social stratification: How does the graphical layout of rating scales affect response distributions, response effort, and criterion validity in web surveys? International Journal of Social Research Methodology. DOI: 10.1080/13645579.2021.1874607

Gavras, K., & Höhne, J.K. (2020). Evaluating political parties: Criterion validity of open questions with requests for text and voice answers. International Journal of Social Research Methodology. DOI: 10.1080/13645579.2020.1860279

Höhne, J.K. (2020). Experience Sampling. In Atkinson, P., Delamont, S., Cernat, A., Sakshaug, J. W., & Williams, R. A. (Eds.), SAGE Research Methods Foundations (pp. 1–6). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE

Höhne, J.K., Krebs, D., & Kühnel, S.M. (2020). Measuring income (in)equality: Comparing questions with unipolar and bipolar scales in a probability-based online panel. Social Science Computer Review. DOI: 10.1177/0894439320902461

Höhne, J.K., Lenzner, T., Neuert, C.E., & Yan, T. (2020). Re-examining the middle means typical and the left and top means first heuristics using eye-tracking methodology. Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology, 9, 25–50

Höhne, J.K., Revilla, M., & Schlosser, S. (2020). Motion instructions in surveys: Compliance, acceleration, and response quality. International Journal of Market Research, 62, 43–57

Höhne, J.K., Schlosser, S., Couper, M.P., & Blom, A. (2020). Switching away: On-device media multitasking in web surveys. Computers in Human Behavior. DOI: 10.1016/j.chb.2020.106417

Höhne, J.K., & Yan, T. (2020). Investigating the impact of violations of the “left and top means first” heuristic on response behavior and data quality. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 23, 347–353

Kern, C., Höhne, J.K., Schlosser, S., & Revilla, M. (2020). Completion conditions and response behavior in smartphone surveys: A prediction approach using acceleration data. Social Science Computer Review. DOI: 10.1177/0894439320971233

Krebs, D., & Höhne, J.K. (2020). Exploring scale direction effects and response behavior across PC and smartphone surveys. Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology. DOI: 10.1093/jssam/smz058

Krebs, D., & Höhne, J.K. (2020). Antwortskalenrichtung und Umfragemodus. In Mays, A., Dingelstedt, A., Hambauer, V., Schlosser, S., Berens, F., Leibold, J., & Höhne, J.K. (Eds.), Grundlagen – Methoden – Anwendungen in den Sozialwissenschaften. Festschrift zu Ehren von Steffen-M. Kühnel. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag

Revilla, M., & Höhne, J.K. (2020). Comparing the participation of Millennials and older age cohorts in the CROss-National Online Survey panel and the German Internet Panel. Survey Research Methods, 14, 499–513.

Revilla, M., & Höhne, J.K. (2020). How long do respondents think online surveys should be? New evidence from two online panels in Germany. International Journal of Market Research. DOI: 10.1177/1470785320943049

Revilla, M., & Höhne, J.K. (2020). Repeatedly measuring political interest: Can we reduce respondents’ recall ability and memory effects in surveys using memory interference tasks? International Journal of Public Opinion Research. DOI: 10.1093/ijpor/edaa035

Struminskaya, B, Keusch, F., Lugtig, P. & Höhne, J.K. (2020). Augmenting surveys with data from sensors and apps: challenges and opportunities. Social Science Computer Review. DOI: 10.1177/0894439320979951

Höhne, J.K. (2019). Eye-tracking methodology: Exploring the processing of question formats in web surveys. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 22, 199–206

Höhne, J.K., & Schlosser, S. (2019). SurveyMotion: What can we learn from sensor data about respondents’ completion and response behavior in mobile web surveys? International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 22, 379–391

Rosebrock, A., Schlosser, S., Höhne, J.K., & Kühnel, S.M. (2019). Einflüsse unterschiedlicher Formen der Verbalisierung von Antwortskalen auf das Antwortverhalten von Befragungspersonen. In N. Menold & T. Wolbring (Eds.), Qualitätssicherung sozialwissenschaftlicher Erhebungsinstrumente (pp. 63–100). Wiesbaden: VS Verlag

Höhne, J.K., Revilla, M., & Lenzner, T. (2018). Comparing the performance of agree/disagree and item-specific questions across PCs and smartphones. Methodology: European Journal of Research Methods for the Behavioral and Social Sciences, 14, 109–118

Höhne, J.K., & Krebs, D. (2018). Scale direction effects in agree/disagree and item-specific questions: A comparison of question formats. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 21, 91–103

Höhne, J.K., & Lenzner, T. (2018). New insights on the cognitive processing of agree/disagree and item-specific questions. Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology, 6, 401–417

Höhne, J.K., & Schlosser, S. (2018). Investigating the adequacy of response time outlier def-initions in computer-based web surveys using paradata SurveyFocus. Social Science Computer Review, 36, 369–378

Höhne, J.K., Schlosser, S., & Krebs, D. (2017). Investigating cognitive effort and response quality of question formats in web surveys using Paradata. Field Methods, 29, 365–382

Silber H., Höhne J.K., & Schlosser S. (2016). Question order experiments in the German-European context. Survey Methods: Insights from the Field. http://surveyinsights.org/?p=7645

Höhne, J.K., & Lenzner, T. (2015). Investigating response order effects in web surveys using eyetracking. Psihologija, 48, 361–377

 

 

Digital data collection tools

Höhne, J.K., Gavras, K., & Qureshi, D.D. (2021). SurveyVoice (SVoice): A comprehensive guide for collecting voice answers in surveys. Zenodo. DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.4644590 

Höhne, J.K., Qureshi, D.D., & Gavras, K., (2020). SurveyImage (SImage): A comprehensive guide for collecting images in surveys. Zenodo. DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.4280543

Höhne, J.K., Revilla, M., & Schlosser, S. (2020). Motion instructions in surveys: Compliance, acceleration, and response quality. International Journal of Market Research, 62, 43–57

Schlosser, S., & Höhne, J.K. (2020). ECSP – Embedded Client Side Paradata. Zenodo. DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3782592

Höhne, J.K., & Schlosser, S. (2019). SurveyMotion: What can we learn from sensor data about respondents’ completion and response behavior in mobile web surveys? Interna-tional Journal of Social Research Methodology, 22, 379–391

Schlosser, S., & Höhne, J.K. (2018). ECSP – Embedded Client Side Paradata. Zenodo. DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.1218941

Selected talks

Höhne, J.K., Blom, A., Gavras, K., Revilla, M., & Rettig, L. (2021). Open question formats: Comparing the suitability of requests for text and voice answers in smartphone surveys. RECSM-Universitat Pompeu Fabra (invited talk), Barcelona (Spain)

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

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

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, Berlin (Germany)

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)

Höhne, J.K. (2017). Question format, response effort, and response quality: A methodological comparison of agree/disagree and item-specific questions. GESIS Lecture Series (invited talk), Mannheim (Germany)

Höhne, J.K., & Krebs, D. (2017). Investigating scale direction effects in agree/disagree and item-specific questions: A comparison of question formats. ESRA 2017, Lisbon (Portugal)

Höhne, J.K., Revilla, M., & Lenzner, T. (2017). Comparing the performance of agree/disagree and item-specific questions across PCs and smartphones. AAPOR 2017, New Orleans, LA (USA)