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THE LISS-PANEL: FOOD FOR PSYCHOLOGISTS P. VAN DER VELDEN, J. VAN WILSEM, B. BAKKER, R. CRUTZEN, R. MEULEMAN & E. LAHLAH The aim of the present article is to provide insight into the characteristics and scientifi c opportunities of the Dutch Longitudinal Internet Studies for the Social Sciences-panel (LISS)-panel), operated by CentERdata (Tilburg, The Netherlands). This panel, started in 2007, is based on a random sample drawn from the population register by Statistics Netherlands, and consists of about 8000 individuals. Participants are frequently invited to complete online surveys, i.e. the so called Core studies on for instance health, personality, work and values, and all other cross-sectional and longitudinal studies (totalling about 200). The LISS-panel is an Open Access facility: researchers can acquire free access to all data from CentERdata. To illustrate the opportunities, five different studies are presented on predictors and effects of PTSD-symptoms, manifestations of nationalist attitudes and the role of parents, relationships between personality and voting behaviour, risk factors for internet crime, and the effects of reminders on non-response.


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In 2007 is het longitudinale-panel gestart (N ~ 8.000), gebaseerd op een representatieve streekproef uit de Nederlandse bevolking. Ze omvat jaarlijkse Core-studies, variërend van studies naar gezondheid tot studies naar politieke voorkeuren. Daarnaast zijn ruim tweehonderd andere crosssectionele en longitudinale studies bij dit panel uitgevoerd. Alle data zijn kosteloos te gebruiken. Peter van der Velden en collega’s schetsen de rijkdom aan onderzoeksmogelijkheden aan de hand van vijf empirische studies.

Inleiding

Het Longitudinal Internet Studies for the Social Sciences (LISS)- panel bestaat uit een grote random steekproef uit de Nederlandse bevolking (N ~ 8.000). Ze bevat free-access longitudinale data bestaande uit jaarlijkse metingen vanaf 2007 over bijvoorbeeld gezondheid, persoonlijkheid, werk, gezin, sociale contacten, arbeid, normen en waarden. Naast deze jaarlijkse metingen zijn er inmiddels ruim tweehonderd separate cross-sectionele en longitudinale metingen bij de gehele steekproef, of delen ervan, uitgevoerd. Deze laatste studies gaan bijvoorbeeld over cyber-crime, alcoholgebruik, coping, gezondheidspreventie en de rol van online health informatie voor mensen met gezondheidsangst. Verder zijn alle data over alle onderzoeken en alle jaren eenvoudig met elkaar en aan mogelijk eigen (toekomstig) onderzoek met dit longitudinale panel te koppelen.

Naast de inhoudelijke rijkdom en diversiteit, omvang, representativiteit, hoge respons en het prospectieve karakter, voorziet het free-access karakter van dit panel ook in de toegenomen behoefte aan transparantie en reproduceerbaarheid van wetenschappelijke studies (vgl. Peters, Abraham & Crutzen, 2012; Silberzahn & Uhlmann, 2015; Open Science Collaboration, 2015)[literature

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