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(New page: {{StatsPsy}} {{expert}} '''Rating scales''' are scales used when rating. Example include: *Checklist rating scale *Graphic rating scale *Guttman scale *[[Itemized rati...)
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*[[Bogardus Social Distance Scale]]
*[[Bogardus Social Distance Scale]]
*[[Kinsey scale]]
*[[Kinsey scale]]
*[[Multidimensional scaling]]

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