Likert


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Li·kert

(lī'kĕrt),
Rensis, 20th-century U.S. social psychologist. See: Likert scale.
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The new version of Word Authoring Templates is compatible with Questionmark Perception Version 4 and enables creation of Likert Scale questions in addition to other popular question types such as multiple choice and true/false questions.
ERIC Descriptors: Sex Fairness; Social Studies; Gender Issues; Curriculum Implementation; Foreign Countries; Investigations; Questionnaires; Gender Differences; Student Attitudes; Student Characteristics; Teacher Characteristics; Educational Sociology; Gender Bias; Likert Scales; Part Time Students
Students selected their responses to each statement from a 4-point Likert scale [e.
The employer should then align the evaluation criteria with a traditional Likert scale of 1-5 or 1-3 with 5 or 3 equaling the highest performance level.
The surveyed customers are asked to measure their degree of satisfaction with the service experience according to a five-point Likert scale ranging from "very satisfied" to "very dissatisfied," the same measuring index employed for the ACSI.
A Likert format allowed the student to respond from 1--Strongly Disagree to 5--Strongly Agree.
The surveyed customers were asked to measure their degree of satisfaction with the service experience according to a five-point Likert scale ranging from "very satisfied" to "very dissatisfied," the same measuring index employed for the ACSI.
In the research, the multiple-choice achievement test, which consisted of twenty-four 4-point Likert items, was utilized in order to determine proteges' academic achievements.
Surveys can be designed to support multiple survey methodologies, including Likert scale (used to measure attitudes), free form text and multiple choice.
These responses, which were collected using likert scale questionnaire, led us to define some principles for a plan to reduce academic dishonesty, especially internet based plagiarism (Mc Murtry, 2001; Foster, 2002; Landau, Druen, & Arcuri, 2002; Murray, 2002).
Attitudinal measures The Semantic Differential Scale (SDS) (Pizzo, 1981), consists of 12 pairs of words rated on a 5-point Likert scale measuring a favorable or unfavorable attitude.
A 25-item, 5-point likert scale questionnaire was validated and used for the study.