research methods ; self-report design

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DESIGNING QUESTIONNAIRES
DGDFG
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closed questions can be further divided into which 3 types?
likert scales / rating scales / fixed choice option
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- likert scale
sf
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what's a likert scale?
respondent indicted agreement using scale of 3pts
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scale will usually range from?
strongly agree to strongly disagree
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- rating sclae
sdgdf
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works in similar way BUT?
gets respondents to idenitfy value > word that represents strength of feeling
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- fixed choice option
sddf
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includes what?
list possible options ad respondents required indicate those that apply to them
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DESIGNING INTERVIEWS
DFGDG
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most involve interview schedule which is?
list of qs interviewer intends to cover
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standardise to each pp to reduce?
interviewer bias
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typically what will happen thru interview?
interviewer take notes / recorded
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interviews usually involve who?
intervier and single pp
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though group interviews may be appropriate in what settings?
climical
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why should interview take place in quiet room away from others?
inc likelihood interviewer will open up
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good practice to being interview how?
some neutral qs to make relaxed + comfortable + est rapport
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interviewees shuold be reminded of what on several occasions?
answers will be in conficende
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especially important with what kind of topics?
personal / sensitive
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WRITING GOOD Qs
fdf
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- :( overuse jargon
ddf
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what is jargon?
technical terms only familiar to those in specialised field
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unneccessarily complex so the best kinds of questions are?
simple / easily understood
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- emotive lang / leading qs
dgdg
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words like barnaric and sane and once-proud etc areemotive language that should be replaced with?
neutral alternatives
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why shouldn't leading qs be used?
bc they guide respondent toward particular answer
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- double-barelled qs and double negatives
ddfg
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what are double-barrelled qs?
two in ones
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what may the issue be?
agree with one half but not other
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finally what's the problem with double negatives?
more difficult to decipher
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closed questions can be further divided into which 3 types?

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what's a likert scale?

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scale will usually range from?

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