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Noun
/ˌkwesCHəˈne(ə)r/,
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questionnaires, plural;
  1. A set of printed or written questions with a choice of answers, devised for the purposes of a survey or statistical study


  1. a form containing a set of questions; submitted to people to gain statistical information
  2. A questionnaire is a research instrument consisting of a series of questions and other prompts for the purpose of gathering information from respondents. Although they are often designed for statistical analysis of the responses, this is not always the case. ...
  3. (Questionnaires) A standardised research instrument used to collect data from respondents about a particular topic.
  4. (Questionnaires) Predetermined sets of questions used to collect data - clinical data, social status, occupational group, etc. The term is often applied to a self-completed survey instrument.
  5. A written or electronic survey instrument comprised of a series of questions, designed to measure a specific item or set of items.
  6. An internal control questionnaire is a list of questions about the internal control system to be answered (with answers such as yes, no, or not applicable) during audit fieldwork. The questionnaire is part of the documentation of the auditor's understanding of the client's internal controls.
  7. Research instrument that consists of statistically useful questions..
  8. A survey document with questions that are used to gather information from individuals to be used in research.
  9. The printed or computer form or instrument used to ask specific questions in a survey.
  10. A data collection method in which participants read and answer questions in a written format.
  11. A method used for collecting data; a set of written questions which calls for responses on the part of the client; may be self-administered or group-administered (Grinnell, 1990)
  12. We based our questionnaire on the one used in a study by Joseph A. McDonald and Lynda Basney Micikas (McDonald and Micikas, 1994)[6].
  13. The basic survey instrument containing instructions, questions, or items, response alternatives where appropriate, and specific means for recording responses.
  14. Individuals record their responses to questions or statements. Also known as the paper and pencil method.
  15. A group of carefully worded questions that, with consumer responses, would aid researchers in achieving necessary data to fulfill research objectives.
  16. Irritating delays in the progress of plans already underway are forecast in a dream of filling out a questionnaire.
  17. Questionnaires are submitted by applicant cities to the IOC. These documents are summaries of the bid book and are used by the IOC to select their short-list.
  18. A prepared set of questions designed to generate data necessary for accomplishing the objectives of the research project.
  19. The set of questions in a survey. Don't confuse a questionnaire with a survey. To say "250 surveys were returned" displays ignorance; actually, "250 questionnaires were returned." See instrument.
  20. An informal assessment device in which the informant reads questions and writes the answers.
  21. Highly structured series of written questions that is administered to a large number of people; questions have a limited set of possible responses.
  22. a survey that respondents read. (p. 215)
  23. an instrument used for soliciting responses in a marketing research survey; a list of questions.
  24. Written lists of questions that differ from surveys since they are written lists, not ad hoc interviews. Often, questionnaires are used after sites are launched to assess customer satisfaction with the product. ...
  25. A list of questions that a claimant or potential claimant in a discrimination case can serve on the other party.