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THE BUREAU OF SAGES: CHANGING ATTITUDES IN RESEARCH

Is Attitude Research Incompatible With the Compatibility Principle?

Long-Wave Patterns Influence Research Attitudes

Attitudes of patients with metastatic breast cancer toward research biopsies

Measuring Once Twice: An Evaluation of Recalling Attitudes in Survey Research

Embryo donation for medical research: attitudes and concerns of potential donors

BEYOND AGEIST ATTITUDES: RESEARCHERS CALL FOR DISCRIMINATION AGAINST OLDER ACADEMICS

Mapping American Adolescent Subjective Religiosity and Attitudes of Alienation Toward Religion: A Research Report

Faculty Attitudes on Integrating Faith and Learning at Religious Colleges and Universities: A Research Note

Commentary: The seminal contribution of Richard LaPiere’s attitudes vs actions (1934) research study

Patients' attitudes towards donation of surplus cryopreserved embryos for treatment or research

Sampling for qualitative research using quantitative methods. 1. Measuring GPs' attitudes towards discussing smoking with patients

Variations in Response Style Behavior by Response Scale Format in Attitude Research

Adolescents' knowledge and attitudes concerning HIV infection and HIV-infected persons: how a survey and focus group discussions are suited for researching adolescents' HIV/AIDS knowledge and attitudes

ALCOHOLISM: LOW STANDING WITH THE PUBLIC? ATTITUDES TOWARDS SPENDING FINANCIAL RESOURCES ON MEDICAL CARE AND RESEARCH ON ALCOHOLISM

 

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An investigation into the attitudes of people towards an organization or its products. Attitude research is important to advertising specialists in planning campaigns. For example, it might reveal a ‘Buy British’ attitude among respondents, which would present a marketing and advertising problem to a US manufacturer.

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