Likert scale

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  • Likert Scale Theory

    Likert Scale is a scale that has different variables that are answered through a range of potential responses. An example, of potential responses are; strongly agree, agree, neutral, disagree, and strongly disagree. Parental feelings about offspring measures, how parents feel about their child and are asked two questions and answer it through the Likert Scale (Peterson, 2006). Positive affect is measure by, 40 items for the senior students using the Affectometer 2 that described 10 qualities of happiness (Peterson, 2006). The 10 qualities of happiness that were assessed was; confluence, optimism, self-esteem, self-efficacy, social support, social interest, freedom, energy, cheerfulness, and thought clarity. Future time perspective measured during the student’s senior year asking how they felt about specific time periods, they then answered using a 7- point scale (Peterson, 2006). The 7-point scale is a number scale from one to seven and it defines how the student felt about the specific time periods asked. Offspring religiousness was measured through demographic sheets in the survey handed out to the student (Peterson, 2006). Offspring personality is measured through the students and uses the Big Five. The Big Five is extraversion, agreeableness, conscientiousness, neuroticism, and openness. With this measure it uses the 5-point scale, which is a scaled based on numbers 1-5 on how the personality of the…

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  • Medical Surveys: The Likert Scale

    The surveys come in many formats, with the Likert scale being the most preferred. The Likert scale is a quantitative tool for issuing questionnaires in a survey. It employs the method of rating a participant’s response on a scale rather than just getting a single, straight up response. Likert items are the individual questions that have the answers on a scale. The Likert scale is the…

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  • 5-Point Likert Scale

    The provided instrument to collect the data is a questionnaire, 5-point Likert scale. These instruments will show the change in consideration that involves “Eagle Memorial Nursing Center” (EMNC) in how they can return to well-functioning nursing facilities and decreased its number of lawsuits Appendix A 5-point Likert scale For each statement, please select the number that mostly applies to you. (4= Strongly Agree, 3= Agree, 2=disagree, 1 = strongly disagree). 1. I am familiar with…

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  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Online Training Programme

    All the test questions are written by the subject matter experts who also developed the online notes. A sample item is “The online notes and tests are designed to provide facts and information for forum discussion and face-to-face interactions”. The reliability of the four-item scale computed using Cronbach’s alpha is 0.854. Stage 2: Online Discussion The online discussion is measured using a five-item scale and the score for each subject is a summed score across the five items, using a…

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  • Capl Model Of Physical Education

    created to measure the cognitive and affective components of PL, with the inclusion of the Children’s Self-Perception of Adequacy in and Predilection for Physical Activity (CSAPPA) scale. The CSAPPA is a 20-item, self-report questionnaire that has demonstrated a high test-retest reliability as well as strong predictive and construct validity (Cairney, J., et al, 2007). The scale was designed for children 9 to16 years of age and is a measure of generalized self-efficacy toward physical activity.…

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  • Correlation Between Religion And Health

    Following, participants are instructed to recall a time when they had been betrayed by a parent or primary caregiver. Participants are then taken into the experimental room with a blood pressure cuff to view a video of tropical fish and soft music for 10 minutes. Following the video researchers gave participants the betrayal interview. After the interview participants complete the Act of Forgiveness Scale and the TRIM Inventory. Once completed researchers permit participants a 7 minute recovery…

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  • Innocent And Guilty Suspects: A Case Study

    They were randomly assigned to one of eight experimental conditions and one of the four crime videos. The study also consisted of three phases. In phase one, subjects watched a video of a crime being committed. They were told to play close attention to details in the video. In phase two, subjects worked on three questionnaires and an anagram for at least 8 minutes. Subjects also responded on a 100 point Likert scale from completely uncertain to completely certain. Afterwards, the subjects saw a…

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  • Disney Beauty Stereotypes

    films shape the concept of beauty, and beauty is in this study to be one major outside influence that shapes young girl’s own perception of beauty. Each participant in this study, will be asked a series of questions using a Likert scale, and the questions will measure the subject’s perception of beauty as a result of being subjected to two outside influences, which include: different Disney princess films and the photographs of the Disney princesses and characters within those films. Each…

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  • Social Comparison

    average valence, the more likely the comparison was upward (vice versa). Immediately after browsing Facebook posts, each participant finished a questionnaire that assessed their emotions post experiment. To measure the participants self-esteem, the Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale was used in which participants indicated their level of agreement with 10 statements on a 5-point Likert scale. They were also asked about their general usage of Facebook and how they used it in their daily lives.…

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  • Implicit Attitude

    objectivity and reliability of different types of explicit and implicit methods of measurement. It is also argued that multidimensionality of attitudes (e.g. Diab, 1967; Rosenberg and Hovland, 1960) should be taken into account when measuring them, considering the qualitative differences of every attitude component. As attitudes are hypothetical constructs, which cannot be directly observed and can only be inferred (Allport, 1935), there has been much controversy about their definition. The…

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