survey instrument

survey instrument

[′sər‚vā ‚in·strə·mənt]
(nucleonics)
A portable instrument used to detect and measure radiation. Also known as survey meter.
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Heath says for utilities, the new timesaving instrument represents the potential for significant productivity gains, reduced operating and maintenance costs, and access to a safer survey instrument.
Each study used a Leikert scale survey instrument designed according to the Mathematics Attitude Inventory (Sandman, 1980) or other available attitude measures like the scales developed by Aiken (1974) and Fennema and Sherman (1976).
A survey instrument based in part on a questionnaire developed by Wingate, Kaiser, and Freeman (1985) was utilized.
In order to encourage successful completion of the survey instrument, we limited the number of questions to 12, with one open-ended question for possible later investigation.
The survey instrument was distributed by email and fax during December 2010 to a random stratified sample of US practicing pulmonologists.
Develop Survey Instrument: The Consultant will meet with elected officials, administrative staff, and other staff as necessary to design the survey instrument.
A single online survey instrument was used to collect subjective data from the participants.
The development of the survey instrument was a multi-step process that began with a compilation of actual statements made by preservice teachers.
The firm's Scout Multi-Gas Personal Monitor can be used as a confined space monitor, a triple-range gas leak survey instrument and a combustion efficiency and carbon monoxide monitor.
Consumers attending this first working group meeting agreed that a second meeting would be necessary to complete the process of identifying issues to be included on the survey instrument.
services include programming an online survey instrument, administering the survey, collecting data, compiling data, as well as translation of the survey instrument.
The survey instrument was developed specifically for this study, but was based on a similar survey the author had used in 1991 to ascertain the attitudes of teachers to music and music education in New South Wales public schools (Russell-Bowie, 1993).

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