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    Response and nonresponse errors are factors that shape surveys, and minimizing these errors is critical in the mixed communication strategy. A response error occurs when participants fail to answer questions correctly or selects the wrong answer (Cooper & Schindler, 2014, p. 222). To minimizing response errors, directions must be explicit. Likewise, ambiguous questions with a broad application may lead to response errors. Subsequently, simple, specific questions are easier to read, can ease ambiguity, and yield greater accuracy (Sudman, 1980, P. 241). Nonresponse errors materialize when participants refuse to cooperate or when participants are difficult to reach (Porter, 2006, p. 5). In addition, participant attitudes and beliefs affect…

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    Evidence from medical questionnaires has shown 10-20 minutes is a suitable amount of time for self-administered questionnaires to last.56 The mail surveys used by Ditton et al.6 were 11 pages long, this could also have contributed to the low response rate. Needham et al.39 had a four-paged survey that lasted approximately 15 minutes, with an 87% response rate and resulting in 2821 surveys. This would imply that this was an appropriate length for a survey, otherwise it is unlikely so many would…

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    Response Rate Over Time: Great response rates over time are expected due to the trust you build with these people in such a personal manner. Unless you mess something up big time, loose their trust, annoy them or suddenly stop offering them the insight and knowledge they're looking for, they'll keep reading what you have to say, buying your products, and checking out your recommendations. This is especially useful for inflating the value of your list to your JV circle. Watch what you mail very…

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    Critical response journal two is a reflective response to detailed questions and thoughts pertaining to the response to intervention (RTI) model for intervention. RTI is a multi-tier approach to the early identification, intervention, and support for struggling learners to be successful in the classroom. 1. What principles relating to learning disabilities and the use of RTI to identify them were established by the Office of Special Education Programs in 2001? In August of 2001, the Office…

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    zooplankton and grazing will allow scientists to be able to understand the primary production and rate of energy flow through out food webs all over the world (Frost, 1972; Conroy et al., 2016) In order to measure both meso- and microzooplankton feeding two approaches were taken. Mesozooplankton were…

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    impulse response functions analysis and variance decomposition. Afterwards, we turn to subsection 4.3 to test reliability of the VAR model. 4.1 Testing for significance and Granger-causality According to Wald test (Table 5) the hypothesis of zero coefficient before oil price variable in GDP equation is not rejected in all analysed countries except Russia. This means that Russia is the only country where oil prices effect real economic activity directly. The fact…

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    This article entitled, “English Language Learners and Response to Intervention: Referral Considerations” is about how to assess whether or not an ELL student has a learning disability or just an English proficiency problem. It starts out with information about a response to intervention model and the steps needed to take to ensure that these students are properly assessed. The RTI model integrates a multitier preventive instructional system that uses evidence-based data to make a decision of…

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    Barclays is a financial institution guilty of fraudulent activity, including misrepresentation of interbank borrowings as well as reporting incredulously low rates to allow the perception of financial health. Many banks were involved and colluding in these practices, therefore one can certainly conclude that the problem does not lie solely with the panel banks but the financial system and its governing regulators as well. LIBOR stands for London Interbank Offered Rate; it was intended to be a…

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    The inpatient stay ranges from six to eight months based on the severity of drug dependence. Patient with coronary artery disease and history of myocardial infraction cerebrovascular accident, congenital heart disease, episode of seizure in the past month, fracture and other condition that limit practice of yoga will be excluded from the study (Hariprasad, Arasappa, Vramally, Srinath & Gangadhar, 2013). Design This study will be a repeated measure model. The same participants will be studied at…

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    acceptance. People need to feel that you accept and value what they believe, as well as, what they have to communicate. “Acceptance is communicated by how you listen, look, respond, and interact with others”, (Sharon Vaughn, 2015, p. 131). Additionally, listening and questioning are principles in creating valuable communication with others. As the text describes, listening isn’t just waiting for the other person to finish speaking, its listening to the content and feelings of the message.…

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