Friday, October 17, 2008

A Comparison of the Unmatched Count Technique and a Self-Report: Marche'

Marche' Grendon is a Psychology honours student at UKZN. Interested in exploring different factors that may put the young adult population at risk for HIV infection. The current study aimed to firstly compare two different methodological techniques, the self-report questionnaire and the unmatched count technique questionnaire, to test which the two is better suited to estimate reliable and accurate data concerning sensitive behaviours such as risky sex and risky sex following alcohol consumption. This research study was conducted at UKZN with a sample of 545 students.

3 Comments:

At October 17, 2008 at 6:30 AM , Blogger Research Masters said...

Thank you for an interesting presentation. Your sample size is amazing for an honours project! Well done, hopefully this research is used by the university-Ross

 
At October 17, 2008 at 6:31 AM , Blogger Research Masters said...

What an amazing study and sample size. Very valid research. Would love to work with you-Letitia R.

 
At October 17, 2008 at 6:32 AM , Blogger Research Masters said...

Well done, good research. How did you make sure the results were not a reflection of the sample and not the questionnaire difference-Lindiwe

 

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