Validity of ResearcherMade Surveys Evidence of Validity Evidence

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Validity of Researcher-Made Surveys

Validity of Researcher-Made Surveys

Evidence of Validity

Evidence of Validity

Evidence of Validity • Patterns of Association

Evidence of Validity • Patterns of Association

Evidence of Validity • Patterns of Association • Comparing Results from Different Versions of

Evidence of Validity • Patterns of Association • Comparing Results from Different Versions of the Same Question

Evidence of Validity • Patterns of Association • Comparing Results from Different Versions of

Evidence of Validity • Patterns of Association • Comparing Results from Different Versions of the Same Question • Comparing Responses to Data from Other Sources

Evidence of Validity • Patterns of Association • Comparing Results from Different Versions of

Evidence of Validity • Patterns of Association • Comparing Results from Different Versions of the Same Question • Comparing Responses to Data from Other Sources • Asking the Same Question Twice and Comparing Results

Evidence of Validity • Patterns of Association • Comparing Results from Different Versions Reliability

Evidence of Validity • Patterns of Association • Comparing Results from Different Versions Reliability of the Same Question • Comparing Responses to Data from Other Sources • Asking the Same Question Twice and Reliability Comparing Results

Evidence of Validity • Patterns of Association

Evidence of Validity • Patterns of Association

Evidence of Validity • Patterns of Association • Scores from different measures believed to

Evidence of Validity • Patterns of Association • Scores from different measures believed to measure similar things should correlate. Scores from different measures believed not to measure similar things should not correlate. • Responses to items believed to represent the same dimensions or factors should correlate.

Evidence of Validity • Comparing Responses to Data from Other Sources

Evidence of Validity • Comparing Responses to Data from Other Sources

Evidence of Validity • Comparing Responses to Data from Other Sources • Compare to

Evidence of Validity • Comparing Responses to Data from Other Sources • Compare to records. Compare to physical testing. Compare to population estimates.

Face Validity of Survey Questions

Face Validity of Survey Questions

Face Validity of Survey Questions • Have a reason for every question you ask.

Face Validity of Survey Questions • Have a reason for every question you ask. • Keep questions simple. • Keep questions precise. • Avoid leading questions. • Foresee social desirability. • Response options should be mutually exclusive and exhaustive. • Provide temporal frame of reference. • Use Likert format correctly.