Results for the psychometric properties of scores were very consistent within and between the two studies, providing strong support of comparability in the scaling, reliability, and construct validity of BIDR subscale scores across modes. Completion times were slightly longer for computer administration in both studies, but this difference had little practical significance. Finally, participants across both studies preferred the computerized version with respect to readability of items, inputting and changing responses, quality of the assessment experience itself, and credibility of information collected.CHAPTER II REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE As noted in Chapter 1 , the purpose of this dissertation was to evaluate the effects of computer versus paper administration of the Balanced Inventory of Desirable Responding (BIDR, Paulhus, 1991, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Computerized Versus Paper-and-pencil Assessment of Socially Desirable Responding: Score Congruence, Completion Time, and Respondent Preferences|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|