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Does self-selection affect samples'representativeness in online surveys an investigation in online video game research

Bibliographic reference Khazaal, Yasser ; Van Singer, Mathias ; Chatton, Anne ; Achab, Sophia ; Zullino, Daniele ; et. al. Does self-selection affect samples'representativeness in online surveys an investigation in online video game research. In: Journal of Medical Internet Research, Vol. 16, no. 7 (2014)
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