1. Predicting the quality of a survey question from its design characteristics


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    Invited talk at the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), Centers for Disease Control in Hyattsville, Maryland, October 2011. Speaker: Daniel Oberski, PhD (University of Maryland, College…

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    • How do you know? Survey workshop from 4-20-11


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      This workshop was held at Mount Mercy University to help people collect better data in surveys and questionnaires. Dennis Dew provided information on how to ask good questions that will collect the…

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      • Les méthodes d’études changent - Présentation Philippe Guilbert, DG de Toluna


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        Présentation de Philippe Guilbert, DG de Toluna, présente l'univers des études marketing à l'ère d'internet et du mobile, et des changements radicaux…

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        • Surveys Fall 2016


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          • How To Create a Form Using the Gravity Forms Premium Plugin


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            I love Gravity Forms plugin and all of its features. If you are thinking of getting Gravity Forms, or just recently purchased it, this video will show you just how easy it is to create a form. Also,…

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            • Statistics and Probability: Collecting and Recording Data (GCSE Maths)


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              GCSE Maths: Statistics and probability: Collecting and Recording Data By the end of this topic you will have covered: - Collecting and recording data - Two-way tables - Questionnaires - Sampling To…

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              • Locate Psychological and Behavioral Tests Using Health & Psychosocial Instruments (HaPI)


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                Susan explains how to use the HaPI database to locate psychological and behavioral tests found in the journal literature.

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                • Questionnaires with Simon Hardy


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                  Interviewed by Dr. Barbara Mitra A Research Methods video from the University of Worcester

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