Survey research and design in psychology/Lectures/Survey design

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Lecture 02: Survey design

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This is the second lecture for the Survey research and design in psychology unit of study.

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Outline[edit]

This lecture discusses the nuts and bolts of good survey design for research in the social sciences, including

  1. Research process
  2. Types of surveys
    1. Strengths and weaknesses of survey administration methods
  3. Survey design
  4. Levels of measurement
  5. Sampling
  6. Biases
    1. Non-sampling
      1. Threats to internal validity e.g., Demand characteristics
    2. Sampling

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These are the 2014 lecture recordings:

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