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Sturgis, Patrick, Roberts, Caroline and Allum, Nick (2005) A different take on the deliberative poll: information, deliberation and attitude constraint Public Opinion Quarterly, 69 (1). pp. 30-65. ISSN 0033-362X

Sturgis, Patrick (2004) Analysing Complex Survey Data: Clustering, Stratification and Weights Social Research Update (43).

Sturgis, Patrick and Tilley, James (2004) Political sophistication and issue voting: an intra-individual level analysis

Sturgis, Patrick, Smith, Peter, Berrington, Ann and Hu, Yiongjean (2004) Using repeated measures data to analyse reciprocal effects: the case of Economic Perceptions and Economic Values ESRC Methods Festival.

Sturgis, Patrick and Allum, Nick (2004) Panel Conditioning and Scale Reliability: Evidence from the British Household Panel Study

Tilley, James R., Sturgis, Patrick and Allum, Nick (2004) Political information and motivation: A case of reciprocal causality?

Sturgis, Patrick and Allum, Nick (2004) Science in Society: Re-evaluating the Deficit Model of Public Attitudes Public Understanding of Science, 13 (1). pp. 55-74. ISSN 09636625

Sturgis, Patrick (2003) Causes and Consequences of Core Political Value Change

Sturgis, Patrick (2002) Attitudes and Measurement Error Revisited: A Reply to Johnston and Pattie the <i>British Journal of Political Science</i>, 32. pp. 691-698.

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Sturgis, Patrick, Cooper, Helen and Fife-Schaw, Chris (2004) CAPI-based Information intervention (CIi): A new way of estimating informed opinion In: Sixth International Conference on Social Science Methodology, 16-20 August 2004, Amsterdam. (Unpublished)

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