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An Examination of Methodological Issues Relevant to the Use and Interpretation of the Semantic Differential
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Applied Psychological Measurement Volume 3, Number 2,

Abstract

Several methodological problems (particularly the assumed bipolarity of scales, instructions regarding use of the midpoint, and concept-scale interaction) which may contribute to a lack of precision in the semantic differential technique were investigated. Results generally supported the use of the semantic differential. (Author/JKS)

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. (1979). An Examination of Methodological Issues Relevant to the Use and Interpretation of the Semantic Differential. Applied Psychological Measurement, 3(2), 213. Retrieved December 3, 2021 from .

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