How do people generate questionnaire responses?

This Marie Curie research project, conducted by Dr Jana Uher, aims to explore the mental processes by which people judge others’ personality and generate assessments on questionnaires. A central concern is to investigate implicit biases derived from stereotypical beliefs about gender and ethnicity, and the role that standardised survey tools may play in their manifestation in enquiries. The Transdisciplinary Philosophy-of-Science Paradigm for Research on Individuals (TPS-Paradigm) and its behavioural research methodologies (Uher, 2015e) are applied and combined with the cutting-edge interview methodology of Subjective Evidence-Based Ethnography (SEBE; Lahlou, 2011).

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