Dr. Bert Weijters explains his research into how questionnaire design can affect outcomes. Grouping items by theme can bias results, so it is important to fully disclose how questions were ordered.
Discriminant Validity Where There Should Be None
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Weijters, B. (Academic). (2016). Discriminant validity where there should be none [Video]. SAGE Knowledge. https://www.doi.org/10.4135/9781473978317
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