Likert Scale
The Likert scale is a summative scaling technique developed by Rensis Likert in the 1930s. Likert scales are typically 5-point rating scales ranging from "Strongly Agree" through "Neither Agree nor Di . (Read Complete Description)
Test Participant History Record
This is not a direct test method but rather a method of ensuring the quality and integrity of the T&E process. In this “method,” a form or questionnaire is used to obtain background information on tes . (Read Complete Description)
Thurstone Scale
A Thurstone scale is a way of measuring people's attitudes along a single dimension by asking them to indicate whether they agree or disagree with each of a large set of statements (e.g. 100) that are . (Read Complete Description)