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questionnaire

noun blank, canvas, census, examination paper, form, form to be completed, form to be filled in, inquiry, poll, public opinion poll, quession list, request for information, statement, study, survey
Associated concepts: questionable testimony
See also: blank, canvass, document, form, poll
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Reduced Favorable Youth Attitudes toward Antisocial Behavior reported by 8th, 10th, and 12th grade students as measured on the Pride Survey Risk and Protective Factor Questionaire and other evaluation instruments.
Confined: David Stephens's Questionaire (Marc Barber) 4-6 fav.
However, they didn't all cite the same reasons for their approval: Of the 1600 asked in a questionaire, 44.
On a global level new ways of assessing pain are generated, eg, the Edmonton Pain Questionaire.
This may be difficult, because existing NATO staff, already burdened by 19 (rather than 16) Defense Planning Questionaire assessments, would be further burdened by providing nine additional ANP assessments.
The variation observed among states may result from differences in infant age at the time the mother responded to the questionaire, the rate of decline since 1992, or the distribution of factors (i.
Domains, constructs and the development of the breathing problems questionaire.
The data for the following tables was gathered from responses to a questionaire sent to six new vendors.
In 1963, the Italian magazine, Civilta delle Macchine (Machine Civilisation) sent out a questionaire internationally to 'questioning women who have attained the highest ranks in their profession', and published the respondents' contributions in the July/August 1963 issue.
The study was designed, and the questionaire developed, by the members of the IS Committee of the GMA.
Selected for its program which integrates the "customer service principles" into the job of policing, Brighton's program includes the use of surveys, thank you notes and questionaire to improve the quality of service it provides.
His evidence is a 1991 study by the National Academy of Public Administration and the testimony of the respondents to his questionaire.