Published on in Vol 5, No 1 (2019): Jan-Mar

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/12344, first published .
Fraud Detection Protocol for Web-Based Research Among Men Who Have Sex With Men: Development and Descriptive Evaluation

Fraud Detection Protocol for Web-Based Research Among Men Who Have Sex With Men: Development and Descriptive Evaluation

Fraud Detection Protocol for Web-Based Research Among Men Who Have Sex With Men: Development and Descriptive Evaluation

Journals

  1. Hightow-Weidman L, Muessig K, Claude K, Roberts J, Zlotorzynska M, Sanchez T. Maximizing Digital Interventions for Youth in the Midst of Covid-19: Lessons from the Adolescent Trials Network for HIV Interventions. AIDS and Behavior 2020;24(8):2239 View
  2. Pozzar R, Hammer M, Underhill-Blazey M, Wright A, Tulsky J, Hong F, Gundersen D, Berry D. Threats of Bots and Other Bad Actors to Data Quality Following Research Participant Recruitment Through Social Media: Cross-Sectional Questionnaire. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(10):e23021 View
  3. Schure M, Lindow J, Greist J, Nakonezny P, Bailey S, Bryan W, Byerly M. Use of a Fully Automated Internet-Based Cognitive Behavior Therapy Intervention in a Community Population of Adults With Depression Symptoms: Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(11):e14754 View
  4. Ballard A, Haardöerfer R, Prood N, Mbagwu C, Cooper H, Young A. Willingness to Participate in At-Home HIV Testing Among Young Adults Who Use Opioids in Rural Appalachia. AIDS and Behavior 2021;25(3):699 View
  5. Ballard A, Cooper H, Young A. Web-Based Eligibility Quizzes to Verify Opioid Use and County Residence Among Rural Young Adults: Eligibility Screening Results from a Feasibility Study. JMIR Research Protocols 2019;8(6):e12984 View
  6. Macapagal K, Li D, Clifford A, Madkins K, Mustanski B. The CAN-DO-IT Model: a Process for Developing and Refining Online Recruitment in HIV/AIDS and Sexual Health Research. Current HIV/AIDS Reports 2020;17(3):190 View
  7. Young A, Ballard A, Cooper H. Novel Recruitment Methods for Research Among Young Adults in Rural Areas Who Use Opioids: Cookouts, Coupons, and Community-Based Staff. Public Health Reports 2020;135(6):746 View
  8. Macapagal K, Nery-Hurwit M, Matson M, Crosby S, Greene G. Perspectives on and Preferences for On-Demand and Long-Acting PrEP Among Sexual and Gender Minority Adolescents Assigned Male at Birth. Sexuality Research and Social Policy 2021;18(1):39 View
  9. Schielein M, Tizek L, Baeumer D, Hillmann E, Romer K, Wagner N, Zink A. People‐centered care for psoriasis and urticaria: Are we overlooking Internet addiction while only considering patients and physician settings?. The Journal of Dermatology 2021;48(6):825 View
  10. Glazer J, MacDonnell K, Frederick C, Ingersoll K, Ritterband L. Liar! Liar! Identifying eligibility fraud by applicants in digital health research. Internet Interventions 2021;25:100401 View
  11. Bybee S, Cloyes K, Baucom B, Supiano K, Mooney K, Ellington L. Bots and nots: safeguarding online survey research with underrepresented and diverse populations. Psychology & Sexuality 2022;13(4):901 View
  12. Guest J, Adam E, Lucas I, Chandler C, Filipowicz R, Luisi N, Gravens L, Leung K, Chavanduka T, Bonar E, Bauermeister J, Stephenson R, Sullivan P. Methods for Authenticating Participants in Fully Web-Based Mobile App Trials from the iReach Project: Cross-sectional Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2021;9(8):e28232 View
  13. Heffner J, Watson N, Dahne J, Croghan I, Kelly M, McClure J, Bars M, Thrul J, Meier E. Recognizing and Preventing Participant Deception in Online Nicotine and Tobacco Research Studies: Suggested Tactics and a Call to Action. Nicotine & Tobacco Research 2021;23(10):1810 View
  14. Pratt-Chapman M, Moses J, Arem H. Strategies for the Identification and Prevention of Survey Fraud: Data Analysis of a Web-Based Survey. JMIR Cancer 2021;7(3):e30730 View
  15. Vu M, Huynh V, Bednarczyk R, Escoffery C, Ta D, Nguyen T, Berg C, Pikhart M. Experience and lessons learned from multi-modal internet-based recruitment of U.S. Vietnamese into research. PLOS ONE 2021;16(8):e0256074 View
  16. Pravosud V, Ballard A, Holloway I, Young A. Online Partner Seeking and Sexual Behaviors Among Men Who Have Sex With Men From Small and Midsized Towns: Cross-sectional Study. JMIR Formative Research 2022;6(6):e35056 View
  17. Campbell C, Ndukwe S, Dubé K, Sauceda J, Saberi P. Overcoming Challenges of Online Research: Measures to Ensure Enrollment of Eligible Participants. JAIDS Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 2022;91(2):232 View
  18. Ma J, Kraus A, Owens C, Moskowitz D, Birnholtz J, Macapagal K. Perspectives on Cigarette Use, Vaping, and Antitobacco Campaigns Among Adolescent Sexual Minority Males and Gender Diverse Youth. LGBT Health 2022;9(7):479 View
  19. Gebru N, Benvenuti M, Rowland B, Kalkat M, Chauca P, Leeman R. Relationships among Substance Use, Sociodemographics, Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) Awareness and Related Attitudes among Young Adult Men Who Have Sex with Men. Substance Use & Misuse 2022;57(5):786 View
  20. Zalewski M, Liu S, Gunnar M, Lengua L, Fisher P. Mental-Health Trajectories of U.S. Parents With Young Children During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Universal Introduction of Risk. Clinical Psychological Science 2023;11(1):183 View
  21. Sosenko F, Bramley G, Baradaran H. Smartphone-based Respondent Driven Sampling (RDS): A methodological advance in surveying small or ‘hard-to-reach’ populations. PLOS ONE 2022;17(7):e0270673 View
  22. Dean L, Predmore Z, Skinner A, Napoleon S, Chan P, Raifman J. Optimizing Uptake of Long-Acting Injectable Pre-exposure Prophylaxis for HIV Prevention for Men Who Have Sex with Men. AIDS and Behavior 2023;27(8):2606 View
  23. Hohn K, Braswell A, DeVita J. Preventing and Protecting Against Internet Research Fraud in Anonymous Web-Based Research: Protocol for the Development and Implementation of an Anonymous Web-Based Data Integrity Plan. JMIR Research Protocols 2022;11(9):e38550 View
  24. Duffy E, Vest D, Davis C, Hall M, De Marco M, Ng S, Taillie L. “I Think That’s the Most Beneficial Change That WIC Has Made in a Really Long Time”: Perceptions and Awareness of an Increase in the WIC Cash Value Benefit. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2022;19(14):8671 View
  25. Key K, Wollum A, Asetoyer C, Cervantes M, Lindsey A, Rivera R, Flint J, Zuniga C, Sanchez J, Baum S. Challenges accessing contraceptive care and interest in over-the-counter oral contraceptive pill use among Black, Indigenous, and people of color: An online cross-sectional survey. Contraception 2023;120:109950 View
  26. Alspaugh A, Swan L, Auerbach S, Bartmess M, Agbemenu K, Ely G. Mistreatment in health care among women in Appalachia. Culture, Health & Sexuality 2023;25(12):1690 View
  27. Renner R, Ennis M, Maazi M, Dunn S, Norman W, Kaczorowski J, Guilbert E. Development and pilot testing of the 2019 Canadian Abortion Provider Survey. Pilot and Feasibility Studies 2023;9(1) View
  28. Owens C, Carter K, Grant M, Hubach R, Hoffman M. An Exploratory Study of the PrEP Modality Preferences Among a Convenience Sample of Parents of Sexual and Gender Minority Adolescents. Journal of Adolescent Health 2023;73(4):625 View
  29. Walker L, Murry N, Longoria K. Improving Data Integrity and Quality From Online Health Surveys of Women With Infant Children. Nursing Research 2023;72(5):386 View
  30. Auerbach S, Agbemenu K, Lorenz R, Hequembourg A, Ely G. Contraceptive Behavior in Appalachia: Exploring Use, Nonuse, and Contraceptive Attitudes. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2023;20(19):6862 View
  31. Yazici E, Wang Y. Attack the bot: Mode effects and the challenges of conducting a mixed-mode household survey during the Covid-19 pandemic. International Journal of Social Research Methodology 2023:1 View
  32. Grant M, Carter K, Hoffman M, Hubach R, Owens C. Parent-Reported HIV Prevention Communication Topics with Sexual and Gender Minority Adolescents: A Descriptive Study. American Journal of Sexuality Education 2023:1 View
  33. Loebenberg G, Oldham M, Brown J, Dinu L, Michie S, Field M, Greaves F, Garnett C. Bot or Not? Detecting and Managing Participant Deception When Conducting Digital Research Remotely: Case Study of a Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2023;25:e46523 View
  34. Kasianczuk M. Experiences of respondent-driven sampling in online research among men who have sex with men in other countries (literature review). Ukrainian Society 2023;85(2):168 View
  35. Johnson M, Adams V, Byrne J. Addressing fraudulent responses in online surveys: Insights from a web‐based participatory mapping study. People and Nature 2024;6(1):147 View
  36. Nur A, Leibbrand C, Curran S, Votruba-Drzal E, Gibson-Davis C. Managing and minimizing online survey questionnaire fraud: lessons from the Triple C project. International Journal of Social Research Methodology 2023:1 View
  37. Pravosud V, Ballard A, Holloway I, Young A. Latent Class Analysis of Online Platforms for Partner-Seeking and Sexual Behaviors Among Men Who Have Sex with Men from Central Kentucky. AIDS and Behavior 2023 View
  38. Bonett S, Lin W, Sexton Topper P, Wolfe J, Golinkoff J, Deshpande A, Villarruel A, Bauermeister J. Assessing and Improving Data Integrity in Web-Based Surveys: Comparison of Fraud Detection Systems in a COVID-19 Study. JMIR Formative Research 2024;8:e47091 View
  39. Liu S, Curenton S, Sims J, Fisher P. The promotive and protective effects of parents’ perceived changes during the COVID-19 pandemic on emotional well-being among U.S. households with young children: an investigation of family resilience processes. Frontiers in Psychology 2024;14 View
  40. Gebru N, Strickland J, Reed D, Kahler C, Leeman R. Use of preexposure prophylaxis and condom purchasing decisions. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior 2024;121(2):233 View
  41. Jabłonowska M, Wiśniewska J. W POSZUKIWANIU KLUCZA DO EFEKTYWNOŚCI ANKIETOWYCH BADAŃ ONLINE. REFLEKSJE METODOLOGICZNE NA PODSTAWIE WYBRANYCH BADAŃ WŁASNYCH. International Journal of New Economics and Social Sciences 2023;19(3 (Specjal Issue)):117 View
  42. Wright M, Matheson J, Watson T, Sproule B, Le Foll B, Brands B. Participant Fraud in Virtual Qualitative Substance Use Research: Recommendations and Considerations for Detection and Prevention Based on a Case Study. Substance Use & Misuse 2024;59(8):1261 View
  43. Soto Díaz C, Taillie L, Higgins I, Richter A, Davis C, De Marco M, Hall M, Ng S, Duffy E. A Qualitative Exploration of Spanish-Speaking Latina Women’s Experiences Participating in WIC Before and During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics 2024 View
  44. Reed N, Bull S, Shrestha U, Sarche M, Kaufman C. Combating Fraudulent Participation in Urban American Indian and Alaska Native Virtual Health Research: Protocol for Increasing Data Integrity in Online Research (PRIOR). JMIR Research Protocols 2024;13:e52281 View
  45. Whiteoak B, Dawson S, Callaway L, de Jersey S, Eley V, Evans J, Kothari A, Navarro S, Gallegos D. Food Insecurity Is Associated with Diet Quality in Pregnancy: A Cross-Sectional Study. Nutrients 2024;16(9):1319 View
  46. Kumarasamy V, Goodfellow N, Ferron E, Wright A. Evaluating the Problem of Fraudulent Participants in Health Care Research: Multimethod Pilot Study. JMIR Formative Research 2024;8:e51530 View
  47. Skeen S, Pooler-Burgess M, Green S, Jackson J, Lim A, Purcell J, Naar S. Affirming healthcare encounters catalyze psychological empowerment to drive HIV testing among SGM youth in Florida. Journal of LGBT Youth 2024:1 View
  48. Kaylor‐Tapscott M, Tolliver‐Lynn M, Sullivan M. Improving data quality in online parenting research. Infant and Child Development 2024 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Awofeso N. Encyclopedia of Criminal Activities and the Deep Web. View