11. In ________responses coded a “1” if a response option : 1260288.
11. In ________responses are coded a “1” if a response option is selected and a “0” if it is not selected.
A) Dichotomous coding
B) Dummy coding
C) Double barreled coding
D) ordinal coding
12. Most scaled-response questions are relatively straight forward to code with the caveat that higher numbers should representative ________ responses while lower numbers are used for _________.
A) more positive, negative or less desirable
B) more negative, positive or more desirable
C) interval or ratio, nominal or ordinal
D) nominal or ordinal, interval or ratio
13._______ involving examining data for values out of the coded range, examining data for values that are extreme, and comparing responses that show inconsistency.
A) data entry into analysis program
B) data editing/coding
C) data cleaning
D) Data validation
14. Looking for values outside of the accepted range for each question can be done easily by running a ________ for each question using SPSS or Excel.
B) frequency count
D) factor analysis
15. Scales using negatively and positively _______ numeric response categories produced more positive evaluations.
16. _______ involves counting the number of responses in each answer category of a question.
B) Factor Analysis
17. ________ involves counting the number of responses for each answer category within one question.
B) One-way tabulation
C) paired t-test
D) univariate t-test
18. ___________ involve counting the number of responses in two or more categories simultaneously.
B) dichotomous labeling
C) multivariate analysis of covariance
D) simulteneous analysis of coveriance
19. Three-way crosstabs are occasionally used when researchers believe _______ variable(s) may be impacting a response.
D) four or more
20. For nominal data, the appropriate measure of central tendency would be a:
D) standard deviation