dichotomous question


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dichotomous question

n
(Logic) a question to which there can only be one of two answers, often "yes" or "no"
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Being a volunteer (Volunteer) only had a significant positive impact on the amount of WTP in the dichotomous question format.
Subject's intention to donate the organ was assessed using a single dichotomous question (yes or no).
Race/ethnicity was measured as a categorical variable on the basis of a composite of two items: a dichotomous question asking youths if they were of Hispanic origin and a second item asking youths to indicate their race (that is, white, black, Native American, Asian, or other).
Pozega according to the enrolled year of study question relating to structuring degree: dichotomous question, dichotomous question with only two answers, multiple--choice and open questions.
A dichotomous question used in previous surveys of adolescent females asked respondents whether they have any siblings who had been a teenage parent.
In short, this one dichotomous question about the importance of religion is by itself a potent predictor of white voters' presidential vote intentions.
K]} an offer is randomly chosen and presented to the individual in a dichotomous question such as: "would you vote for the implementation of environmental improvement if you had to pay [$][B.
Or the dichotomous question, where the response is yes/no, true/false, male/female .
First, the dichotomous question of whether the commandment is for the sake of the animal or the human (in the short term) disappears, for it ignores the deep long-term interdependency that exists between us all.
A dichotomous question offers the respondent a choice between two answers.
1% (44/72) responded affirmatively to the dichotomous question that wearing pads was bothersome, and of those, 34.
The chief advantage of the dichotomous question is its simplicity.