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Questionnaire design, development and validity of a new measure

This is a new workshop suitable for all doctoral students who are intending to or are currently using questionnaires in their research

  • 30 May 2018, 12.15pm to 30 May 2018, 2.05pm BST (GMT +01:00)
  • Room details will be emailed to you following registration, University of Bath
  • This event is free

About the workshop

The first half of the session will cover essential issues related to questionnaire design, such as:

  • types of questionnaires
  • types of questions/statements/items
  • reverse coded questions/statements/items
  • questions/statements/items and their related factors/constructs

The second half will cover essential issues related to measure reliability and validity, such as:

  • reliability/internal consistency, including Cronbach’s alpha, Split-half, and Test-retest methods
  • exploratory Factor Analysis
  • confirmatory Factor Analysis
  • validity, including Convergent, Divergent, and Predictive validity

This session is suitable for doctoral students who:

  • have never designed/developed (and validated) a questionnaire/measure
  • have worked/used questionnaire(s)/measure(s) before but would like to learn more about essential issues surrounding the design/development (and validity) of a questionnaire/measure
  • would like to validate a new questionnaire/measure they have already designed/developed

Book a place

Please note - if you book a place you are required to attend the whole of the session. If you are unable to commit to this, please cancel your place in plenty of time and let another student attend. Please arrive promptly to the session and remember to sign the attendance sheet.

Speaker profiles

Monica-Cristiana Hess (MASH)

Who should attend

Doctoral students

Booking details

Register for this event

Location


Room details will be emailed to you following registration University of Bath Claverton Down Bath BA2 7AY United Kingdom

Enquiries

If you have any questions, please contact us.