EDUC 816 Week 5 Quiz

EDUC 816 Week 5 Quiz

EDUC 816 Quiz Quantitative Surveys

  1. The systematic collection of data about the behaviors, practices, attitudes, beliefs, and opinions of participants that uses a structured, standardized, and customized format is known as
  2. Which of the following is not one of the most common types of scales used in applied research?
  3. Which scale is one where a prompt is provided, and respondents state the extent to which they agree or disagree with the prompt?
  4. are popular because they indicate the degree to which participants feel about a given topic.
  5. Which type of survey scale generally consists of a sentence or two with three or more options from which participants must choose an answer or answers?
  6. Which type of survey scale can be written as either single-response options or multiple-response options?
  7. Which of the following is a drawback related to multiple choice/response questions?
  8. When writing multiple choice/response questions, what can be done to give participants more voice in their responses?
  9. What is a drawback of including an other response option in multiple choice/response questions?
  10. Which type of survey scale/question presents information to participants where the participants state whether they believe the information in the prompt is correct or not.
  11. Which of the following is true regarding true/false questions?
  12. are used when the researcher wants to know what words participants would use to describe a topic.
  13. In which type of survey/question do participants place items in order ordinally?
  14. ___________________ show how often participants perform certain activities.
  15. Before drafting survey questions, it is important to first _______________.
  16. For which type of questions do participants choose from a pre-determined list of answers?
  17. The most effective surveys will have _______________ questions.
  18. The goal of your survey is to __________________
  19. Which sampling procedure is it when the researcher identies and selects participants who can provide deep, rich information in relation to the research question/problem?
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