Asking difficult questions: task complexity increases the impact of response alternatives

Bless H, Bohner G, Hild T, Schwarz N (1992)
European Journal of Social Psychology 22(3): 309-312.

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In providing behavioural frequency reports, respondents use the range of the response alternatives as a frame of reference, resulting in higher estimates on scales that offer high rather than low values. The present study demonstrates that the size of this effect increases with increasing question difficulty.
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European Journal of Social Psychology
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Bless H, Bohner G, Hild T, Schwarz N. Asking difficult questions: task complexity increases the impact of response alternatives. European Journal of Social Psychology. 1992;22(3):309-312.
Bless, H., Bohner, G., Hild, T., & Schwarz, N. (1992). Asking difficult questions: task complexity increases the impact of response alternatives. European Journal of Social Psychology, 22(3), 309-312. doi:10.1002/ejsp.2420220309
Bless, H., Bohner, G., Hild, T., and Schwarz, N. (1992). Asking difficult questions: task complexity increases the impact of response alternatives. European Journal of Social Psychology 22, 309-312.
Bless, H., et al., 1992. Asking difficult questions: task complexity increases the impact of response alternatives. European Journal of Social Psychology, 22(3), p 309-312.
H. Bless, et al., “Asking difficult questions: task complexity increases the impact of response alternatives”, European Journal of Social Psychology, vol. 22, 1992, pp. 309-312.
Bless, H., Bohner, G., Hild, T., Schwarz, N.: Asking difficult questions: task complexity increases the impact of response alternatives. European Journal of Social Psychology. 22, 309-312 (1992).
Bless, Herbert, Bohner, Gerd, Hild, Traudel, and Schwarz, Norbert. “Asking difficult questions: task complexity increases the impact of response alternatives”. European Journal of Social Psychology 22.3 (1992): 309-312.
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