Lecture 11 - Sampling - Psych 301W Lecture 11 Lecture 11...

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Psych 301W – Lecture 11 Fall 09 - Wede Lecture 11 – Sampling Surveys and Sampling Involve the use of self-report measured variables in descriptive research Can be used to collect either qualitative data or quantitative data Survey A series of self-report measures Can be administered either through An interview or A written questionnaire Interview - Questions are read to the respondent in person or over the telephone Unstructured interview Interviewer talks freely with the person being interviewed about many topics (free-format) Focus group A face-to-face unstructured interview A number of people are interviewed at the same time and share ideas both with the interviewer and with each other Structured interviews Use quantitative fixed-format items Have the advantage of allowing better comparisons of responses across different individuals Questionnaire A set of fixed-format, self-report items completed by respondents at their own
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Lecture 11 - Sampling - Psych 301W Lecture 11 Lecture 11...

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