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Test Format 16:22 45 Multiple Choice Questions Tables you’ll have to use Table 1.1 p. 34 Table 4.4, p. 109-110 Formulas – how to use (not memorize) Standard Error [Se(p)], p. 107 Class version Thurstone scale – very labor intensive 100 questions, each question rated by group of judges Average for each question; where does it fall on the scale? Items rated more universally by judges will be included on scale instead of items rated  inconsistently End up with about 20 statements that people can agree or disagree with Replications Literal replication – study is replicated exactly the same Construct replication – new study done in completely different way to measure the same  thing Instrumental replication – same dependent measure (way to measure results);  independent variable is different Operational replication – sampling from same group, same independent variable;  instrument is different (different way to measure) Private Sector research – faster, bigger budget, results private Ethical dilemmas can occur because you want to make the client happy instead of  always accurately reporting data Random assignment – we start of with a sample that is not a random sample; an 
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This note was uploaded on 03/19/2012 for the course BUAD 301 taught by Professor Mcnutt during the Fall '08 term at University of Delaware.

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