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Measurement Issues in Human Behaviour Theory

Author: Hudson,-Walter-W.; Faul,-Annatjie-C.
Author Background:
Date 1/1/98
Type Journal
Journal Title: Journal-of-Human-Behavior-in-the-Social-Environment
Volume/Pages 1998, 1, 1, 23-32.
Subject Matter Human Behavior
Abstract Discusses the use of standardized measurement scales in behavioral theory, limitations of the domain sampling model of measurement for behavioral scientists & practitioners, & central measurement issues in behavioral theory germane to all measurement tools. The behavioral checklist is used to introduce the domain sampling model of measurement & describe how it can be treated as a standardized tool. 10 References. Adapted from the source document