September 7th to 9th in Washington DC was the time and venue of this year’s Respondent Cooperation Workshop. Over 160 attendees representing all phases of Marketing Research and Opinion Research met in the Hotel Washington, a stone’s throw from the White House, to learn and advance the challenges to increasing respondent cooperation.

The three day workshop concluded with a brainstorming session, where attendees discussed the training information presented during the Workshop.

The presentations:

Refusal Aversion Training Effect: Difference in Mean Cooperation Rates Between Control and Test Group (percentage point increase)