Week Two… Electric Boogaloo
I started this week by working on redecorating one of the therapy rooms. I then attended a weekly meeting in which I met the people who were out the previous week. Following this, I proceeded to transfer information for one of the practice’s clients from a report their parents completed into a spreadsheet. Then, I scored the results according to the patient’s age and put them into the system.
I have been talking with both Dr. Ajmani- White and Ms. Reyes in order to create a truly neutral survey as it is of paramount importance when conducting research. It ensures that the data collected accurately reflects the attitudes, opinions, and behaviors of the survey participants. A neutral survey is designed to gather unbiased information and does not influence the respondent’s answers in any way. When creating a neutral survey, it is essential to avoid leading questions, which suggest a particular response or influence the respondent’s thoughts or feelings. Instead, the questions should be objective, concise, and easily understood, so that participants can provide accurate answers without feeling confused or pressured.
The importance of creating a neutral survey lies in its ability to produce reliable and valid data that can be used to make informed decisions. This data is essential for a wide range of purposes, such as improving products or services, understanding customer needs, identifying trends, and informing policy decisions. Moreover, creating a neutral survey is essential for maintaining the credibility of the research. Biased or leading questions can undermine the validity of the data, which can have serious consequences, such as misinforming decision-makers or damaging the reputation of the researcher or the organization.