q-sort


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q-sort

 [ku´sort]
a technique of personality assessment in which the subject (or an observer) indicates the degree to which a standardized set of descriptive statements applies to the subject.
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To begin the Q-Sort, each participant received a set of 36 index cards, each index card describing one variable that potentially influenced student success.
Fourteen Grade 6 students from the seven classes that participated in the USHER intervention (3) in Year 3 completed the Q-sort activity.
To study how agricultural education interns spent their time during the work day, data were collected for each participant who performed a Q-sort. As part of a course requirement for the student teaching internship, all agricultural education interns at Oklahoma State University completed reports, which were submitted weekly for each of the 12 weeks of the student teaching internship.
Instead, it would be useful for civic education researchers to provide models and examples of how findings from Q-sort and other analyses can inform and be applied to diverse types of classrooms--those that focus more on project-based learning and those that do not.
A Q-sort methodology was used to assess paternal sensitive behaviour during father-child interactions in everyday situations (Pederson & Moran, 1995).
As filmagens realizadas para cada crianca foram codificadas e registradas atraves da versao adaptada da Escala Q-Sort de Competencia Social pelo mesmo avaliador, psicologo, "cego" aos objetivos do estudo e ao diagnostico da crianca com autismo.
This study differs from previous ones in that it uses a combination of narrative story-stem tasks and a modified version of the Attachment Q-Set (Attachment Story Completion Task Q-Sort; Miljkovitch, Pierrehumbert, Bretherton, & Halfon, 2004) to assess attachment quality in a population that has been little studied.
Neste sentido, a competencia social foi avaliada com recurso a utilizacao de tres familias de medida, nomeadamente, (a) descricoes Q-sort (CCQ, [California Child Q-sort], Block & Block, 1980; PQ, [Preschool Q-sort], adaptacao de Bronson de um Q-sort originalmente usado por Baumrind, 1967); (b) medidas de observacao (taxa de classificacao para atencao visual recebida e interaccoes iniciadas) e; (c) entrevista sociometrica (valores de aceitacao para as duas tarefas sociometricas: nomeacoes e comparacao de pares, McCandless & Marshall, 1957).
In this paper we investigated the spiritual leader's personality differences using the Q-sort method.
Relational Family Values Q-Sort (RFVQ; Wozniak, Sung, Crump, Edgar-Smith, & Litzinger, 1996).