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Thurstone Scaling

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One of the earliest data collection methods for the measurement of attitudes is Thurstone’s law of comparative judgment (LCJ). The LCJ, which has its roots in psychophysical scaling, first develops a large number of attitude statements or stimuli and then uses information from judges to ...

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