English, Article, Journal or magazine article edition: The Stability of Individual Response Styles B. WEIJTERS; M. GEUENS; N. SCHILLEWAERT

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Title
  • The Stability of Individual Response Styles
Author
  • B. WEIJTERS
  • M. GEUENS
  • N. SCHILLEWAERT
Physical Description
  • preprint
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  • The current study addresses the stability of individual response styles. In contrast with previous studies, we set up a dedicated data collection, where the same respondents filled out two questionnaires consisting of independent sets of randomly sampled questionnaire items. Between data collections, there was a one year time gap. We simultaneously model four response styles that capture the major directional biases in questionnaire responses: acquiescence, disacquiescence, midpoint and extreme response style. The results provide conclusive evidence that response styles have an important stable component, only a small part of which can be explained by demographics. The meaning and implications of these findings are discussed.
  • RePEc:rug:rugwps:08/​547
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  • English
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