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Steps in designing Questionnaire 1. Write a study protocol This involves getting familiar with the subject, making a literature review, decide on objectives, formulate a hypothesis, and define the main information needed to test the hypothesis. 2. Draw a plan of analysis This step determines how the information defined in step 1 should be analyzed. The plan of analysis should contain the measures of suggestion and the statistical tests that you intend to use. In addition, we should draw dummy tables with the information of interest. The plan of analysis will help to determine which type of results that we want to obtain. 3. Draw a list of the information needed From the plan of analysis, draw a list of the information that we need to collect from participants. In this step, we should determine the type and format of variables needed. 4. Design different parts of the questionnaire We can start now designing different parts of the questionnaire using this list of needed information.
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  • Spring '14
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