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DefinitionTerm
Type of format in which subjects are asked to select an answer from several choices. Close-Ended Questionnaire
A device, piece of equipment, or paper-and-pencil test that measures a concept or variable of interest. Instrument
List of topics or an open-ended questionnaire administered to subjects by a skilled interviewer. Sometimes referred to as an interview guide. Interview Schedule
"summative scale". Respond to a series of statements that reflect agreement or disagreement. Most Likert scales consist of five scale points, designated by the words “strongly agree,” “agree,” “undecided,” “disagree,” and “strongly disag Likely Scale
Type of format in which subjects are asked to provide specific answers. Open-Ended Questionnaire
Sorting technique used to characterize opinions, attitudes, or judgments of individuals through Q Methodology
A structured survey that is self-administered or interviewer-administered Questionnaire
The tendency for subjects to respond to items on a questionnaire in a way that does not reflect the real situation accurately. Response Set Bias
Set of scales, using pairs of adjectives that reflect opposite feelings Semantic Differential Scale
A method of collecting data to describe, compare, or explain knowledge, attitudes, or behaviors. Survey
Measures subjective phenomena (e.g., pain, fatigue, shortness of breath, anxiety). 100 mm long, anchors at each end quantifying intensity. Mark a point on the line indicating amount of the phenomenon experienced at that time. reflect opposite feelings. Visual Analogue Scale
A set of numerical values assigned to responses that represent the degree to which respondents possess a particular attitude, value, or characteristic. Scale
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