Self-report measures | Psychology homework help

For this Assignment, you compare the advantages between free-format and fixed-format self-report measures.

To prepare:

  • Review pages 72–80 in Chapter 4 of the course text.
  • You may also review and research materials (hard copies or online) outside this week’s Learning Resources that are relevant to the Assignment, if you wish.

The Assignment (2 pages):

  • Explain what free-format self-report measures and fixed-format self-report measures are and provide specific examples. Plan to devote a paragraph to describing each.
  • Compare the advantages of free-format self-report measures and fixed-format self-report measures in a table similar to the one provided below. Provide at least three advantages for each. Paraphrase(put in your own words) rather than directly quoting from the Learning Resources.
    Free-format advantages

    Fixed-format advantages

    Advantage 1

    Advantage 1

    Advantage 2

    Advantage 2

    Advantage 3

    Advantage 3

  • Respond to oneof the following two questions (A or B):
    1. Briefly describe a research study in which a free-format self-report measure will be preferred over fixed-format self-report measure and justify your rationale.
      Which free-format self-report measure (e.g., projective measure, associative, list etc.) would you prefer to administer if you were a researcher for your chosen study? Justify your rationale for the selection.
    2. Briefly describe a research study in which a fixed-format self-report measure will be preferred over free-format self-report measure and justify your rationale.
      Which fixed-format self-report measure (e.g., Likert scale, semantic differential, etc.) would you prefer to administer if you were a researcher for the study? Justify your rationale for the selection.

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