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Gender-biased Data in Survey Research Regarding Wildlife 2007.  C.A. Jacobson, T.L. Brown, and D.A. Scheufele.  Society and Natural Resources 20:373-377. 
Social Learning for Collaborative Natural Resource Management 2003.  T.M. Schusler, D.J. Decker, and M.J. Pfeffer.  Society & Natural Resources 15:309-326.
Factors Affecting Response Rates to Natural Resource-focused Mail Surveys: Empirical Evidence of Declining Rates Over Time 2003.  N.A. Connelly, T.L. Brown, and D.J. Decker.  Society & Natural Resources 16(6):541-549. 
Assessing the Relative Importance of Recall Bias and Nonresponse Bias and Adjusting for Those Biases in Statewide Angler Surveys 2000.  N.A. Connelly, B.A. Knuth, and T.L. Brown.  Human Dimensions of Wildlife 5(4):19-29. 
Using Diaries to Examine Children's Fishing Patterns 1999.  N.A. Connelly and B.A. Knuth.  North American Journal of Fisheries Management 19:1103-1107. 
Using Diaries to Estimate Fishing Effort and Fish Consumption: A Contemporary Assessment 1996.  N.A. Connelly and T.L. Brown.  Human Dimensions of Wildlife 1(1):22-34. 
Measuring the Human Dimensions of Recreational Fisheries 1996.  B.A. Knuth and S.L. McMullin.  Pgs. 651-684 in Brian R. Murphy and David W. Willis (eds.)  Fisheries Techniques (2nd ed.)  American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, MD. 
Effects of Category Order on Answers in Mail and Telephone Surveys 1995.  D.A. Dillman, T.L. Brown, J.E. Carlson, E.H. Carpenter, F.O. Lorenz, R. Mason, J. Saltiel, and R.L. Sangster.  Rural Sociology 60(4):674-687. 
Effect of Social Desirability Bias and Memory Recall on Reported Contributions to a Wildlife Income Tax Checkoff Program 1994.  N.A. Connelly and T.L. Brown.  Leisure Sci. 16(2):81-91. 
Angler Survey Methods and Their Applications in Fisheries Management 1994.  K.H. Pollock, C.M. Jones, and T.L. Brown.  Amer. Fish. Soc. Special Publ. 25.  American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, MD.  371 p. 
Item Response Bias in Angler Expenditures 1992.  N.A. Connelly and T.L. Brown.  J. Leisure Res. 24(3):288-294. 
Use and Abuse of Mail Surveys in Fisheries Management 1991.  T.L. Brown.  Amer. Fish. Soc. Symp. 12:255-261.  American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, MD. 
Response to Mail Surveys on Resource-based Recreation Topics: A Behavioral Model and an Empirical Analysis 1989.  T.L. Brown, D.J. Decker, and N.A. Connelly.  Leisure Sci. 11(2):99-110. 
Obtaining Wildlife Values Information for Management: The Wildlife Attitudes and Values Scale (WAVS) 1989.  K.G. Purdy and D.J. Decker.  HDRU Publ. Series 89-2.  Dept. of Nat. Resour., N.Y.S. Coll. of Ag. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY.  22 p.
Non-respondents in Homogeneous Groups: Implications for Mailed Surveys - A Comment 1984.  T.L. Brown.  Leisure Sci. 6(4):509-512. 
Clues to Reasons for Nonresponse, and Its Effect Upon Variable Estimates 1978.  T.L. Brown and B.T. Wilkins.  J. Leisure Res. 10(3):226-231.