Likert Scale


In 1932, Rensis Likert published A Technique for the Measurement of Attitudes, introducing the Likert Scale. This now ubiquitous five-point scale measures attitudes by asking participants to answer using numbers 1 through 5, from "strongly disagree" through "disagree," "neutral," and "agree," to "strongly agree." The instrument has remained a staple of the rating industry as well as of training feedback sheets, down to the present day.

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1932

Rensis Likert: A Technique for the Measurement of Attitudes.






The 30-Second Encyclopedia of Learning and Performance. A Trainer's Guide to Theory, Terminology, and Practice
The 30-Second Encyclopedia of Learning and Performance: A Trainers Guide to Theory, Terminology, and Practice
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Year: 2002
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