Response Scales: Effects of Category Range on Reported Behavior and Comparative Judgments

@inproceedings{Schwarz1985ResponseSE,
  title={Response Scales: Effects of Category Range on Reported Behavior and Comparative Judgments},
  author={Norbert F. Schwarz and Hans-J. Hippler and B D Deutsch and Fritz Strack},
  year={1985}
}
In the present paper we want to employ an information-processing perspective to explore the impact of the range of response categories provided to respondents on their behavioral reports and subsequent judgments. Central to the present perspective is the assumption that response scales are not simply "measurement devices" that respondents 

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