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The author of this article contends that determining the effect of position on an item in a check-list question is much more complicated than is ordinarily assumed. Among the factors which he thinks must be considered are; the setting of the interview, the length of the list, and the length of the questionnaire.
The Public Opinion Quarterly © 1954 American Association for Public Opinion Research