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* Judges usually ask closed-ended questions that, in addition to being general in scope, may well imply a socially desirable response.
The three closed-ended questions correspond to the "Iadov Logical Chart", which is presented adapted to this research and shown in Table 1.
Quantitative data obtained from the closed-ended questions were exported from SurveyMonkey[R] and analyzed using IBM's Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) version 21.0.
Since the data were found not to be normally distributed, Mann-Whitney U tests were used to analyze group differences within the sum of the scores from closed-ended questions on patient knowledge of stroke definition, stroke risk factors, and stroke warning signs and other variables (age group, gender, educational level, and disability level).
Based on responses to closed-ended questions about how frequently faculty use YouTube as listening examples in the classroom, studio, or as assigned listening, faculty are overall more likely to use YouTube in the classroom or studio (2.30 mean) than to assign content from it (2.08 mean), (with l="never" and 5="every listening example").
With dichotomous choice closed-ended questions, most commonly used techniques are single-bound and double-bound dichotomous choice questions.
The instrument included closed-ended questions and the procedure analyzing through different variables in order to obtain full detailed results.
We have research that shows closed-ended questions turn the patient off, questions such as 'You're not thinking of killing yourself, are you?' Instead, keep it very simple.
As people, we ask way too many closed-ended questions. Questions that can be answered quickly keep things moving and save us time, but they do little to develop people.
The reasons for pursuing a fellowship were probed with plausible, closed-ended questions and candidates rated their answers with a 5 point Likert scale (Fig.
It discusses confidentiality, role model behavior, listening skills, open- versus closed-ended questions, and more.
Closed-ended questions asked participants how much they agreed or disagreed with statements about safety, camaraderie, and outdoor challenge on a response format including one (strongly disagree), two (disagree), three (neither disagree nor agree), four (agree), and five (strongly agree) and are reported in Table 1 (see page 13).
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