Quantitative Attitudes Questionnaire: Instrument Development And Validation
Abbreviated Journal Title
Educ. Psychol. Meas.
STATISTICS; Psychology, Educational; Mathematics, Interdisciplinary Applications; Psychology, Mathematical
This article reports on the development and validation of the Quantitative Attitudes Questionnaire (QAQ), a 20-item instrument measuring graduate students' attitudes toward quantitative research methodology. The QAQ was developed in a sample of 90 graduate students in education and was cross validated in 3 additional samples of similar size. The QAQ was found to correlate positively with quantitative exams and self-reported GRE-Math scores, and to differentiate doctoral versus master's students and students from research- versus teaching-oriented universities.
Educational and Psychological Measurement
"Quantitative Attitudes Questionnaire: Instrument Development And Validation" (1996). Faculty Bibliography 1990s. 1588.