Building causation into survey items about outcomes

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Earlier this week I posted about the uninterpretability of the standard Likert scale that asks people to agree or disagree with a statement. I suggested a more evaluative scale that is more interpretable, particularly for survey items that go after process evaluation.

Now, let’s look at survey items for outcome evaluation and a few

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Breaking out of the Likert scale trap

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A recent conversation with a colleague has reminded me of how traditional social science training has managed to hardwire our brains into some default thinking that needs to be questioned.

Obviously, there are a lot of places one could go with this as an opening statement, but for now, let’s look at the design

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