Attitude scaling, Advanced Statistics

Attitude scaling: The process of analysing the positions of the individuals on scales purporting to measure attitudes, for instance a liberal-conservative scale, ora risk-willingness scale.

Scaling is attained by developing or selecting the number of stimuli, or items which measure thevarying levels of the attitude being studied.


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