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It has been suggested that individuals who take surveys solely answer questions to obtain the incentive offered. However, people who answer surveys also tend to do so because they want to give their genuine feedback. Ultimately, the results of Chi-Square and Logistic Regression did not support the hypotheses.

Publication Date

9-6-2012

Disciplines

Cognition and Perception | Psychology | Social and Behavioral Sciences

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Faculty researcher: Michael Horvath, Ph.D.

Student researcher: Astrid J. Hernandez

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This item is part of the McNair Scholars Program.

Characteristics Indicative of the Likelihood of Leaving Open-Ended Comments on an Organizational Survey

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