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response category n.

response category n.

A Mixture Model for Middle Category Inflation in Ordered Survey Responses

Two Distinct Neural Mechanisms for Category-selective Responses

Stress-induced flowering: the third category of flowering response

A Response to a Response: An Addendum to “Where Have all the Categories Gone?”

The Effect of Familiarity with the Response Category Labels on Item Response to Likert Scales

Genocide, Barbaric Others, and the Violence of Categories: A Response to Omer Bartov

Testing Political Knowledge: Should Knowledge Questions Use Two Response Categories or Four?

The relative efficacy of response time measures on the category test in identifying LD readers

Amiloride Effects on Taste Quality: Comparison of Single and Multiple Response Category Procedures

Response time measures on the category test in differentiating LD and regular readers

Characterization of Eight Russian Wheat Aphid (Hemiptera: Aphididae) Biotypes Using Two-Category Resistant-Susceptible Plant Responses

Representations of Invariant Musical Categories Are Decodable by Pattern Analysis of Locally Distributed BOLD Responses in Superior Temporal and Intraparietal Sulci

Comparing health status in Belarus between 2001–10: a novel method using surveys with different response categories

Response latency detects malingerers on computerized versions of the Wisconsin card sorting test and the category test

Regions of High Antigenicity within the Hypothetical PPE Major Polymorphic Tandem Repeat Open- Reading Frame, Rv2608, Show a Differential Humoral Response and a Low T Cell Response in Various Categories of Patients with Tuberculosis

 

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One of the alternatives from which a respondent must select in responding to a closed question. For example, in the questionnaire item I enjoy working with numbers (YES, NO), the response categories are YES and NO. See also multiple-choice, numerical rating scale, verbal rating scale. Compare free response, graphic rating scale, open-ended question.

Subjects: Psychology.


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