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An example of a forced-choice question is given in Table 19.
A forced-choice format followed not only from the theory, but also because other methods were inadequate.
The similarity of the technique with forced-choice perception testing will be obvious.
Except for the six forced-choice items, all responses were recorded on rating scales.
Another is to use forced-choice questions where the two options have been equated for their desirability.
Each trial is then followed by a forced-choice recognition trial, with feedback provided for every response.
FoKs are rated, on a verbal or written scale, using a forced-choice procedure.
Some measures of awareness include verbal reports, forced-choice tests and subjective tests.
A common way to test whether an innate jealousy response exists between sexes is to use a forced-choice questionnaire.
Easily graded, forced-choice tests influence financial aid, college acceptance rates, family prestige, teachers’ tenure, property values and administrators’ political clout.
Cornoldi and Longoni have even found a significant spacing effect in a forced-choice recognition memory task when nonsense shapes were used as target stimuli.
In order to determine whether meaning mattered for a given stimuli, participants were asked to view pairs of objects and make a forced-choice decision, evaluating their preference.
The most widely used questionnaire to measure locus of control is the 23-item (plus six filler items), forced-choice scale of Rotter (1966).
Also, other instruments that do not use a forced-choice format may inadvertently confuse the frequency of using each mode with the amount of conflict in the situation.
Harris (2000) criticised this methodology and pointed out that: Forced-choice studies reveal very different proportions of males and females feeling greater upset to one scenario or another.
Even if forced-choice discriminations feel like completely random guesses, they might still be automatically biased by non-consciously processed information, in the same way as indirect measures of processing.
Participants were required to discriminate between these probes in a forced-choice reaction time task, allowing measures of reaction time and accuracy as putative measures of attentional capacity.
For the above example, in the two-alternative, forced-choice paradigm, presentation of the slides showing the intersection provides subjects with numerous contextual cues that may aid memory (Davies & Thomson, 1988).
Experiments by Samuel G. Soal ran forced-choice ESP experiments in which someone attempted to identify which of five animal pictures a subject in another room was looking at.
This delay increased in steps from 0 to 60 s in the course of a session, with two forced-choice trials and ten free-choice trials at each of five delays and a constant intertrial interval.
The general versions of the task ask a participant to first encode a stimulus (often a light of a particular color, or a visual pattern), and later make a forced-choice response among options where one corresponds to that stimulus.
Researchers suggest that a "forced choice" scoring table might be better in some circumstances because most people who indicate "no strong opinion" actually do have tendencies toward one direction or the other, and this orientation can be elicited through the use of a "forced-choice" scale.
In the case of a forced-choice task, non-conscious processes might automatically bias us to choose the pre-exposed stimulus rather than the novel foil, even if we felt we were guessing randomly in the absence of any a fringe Feeling of Preference.