locate at least two surveys (you can use any survey that you find on the internet). Try to find one that is relatively brief- 10 questions or less. Analyze the questions in the survey. Construct a table, such as that presented on page 127 of Methods in Behavioral Research (2009). Evaluate each survey question on the following points:

    negative wording
    complexity (note: good questions are simple and straightforward)
    double-barreled
    loaded
    grammatically incorrect
        In your Team, discuss the importance of writing good survey questions. How can poorly-written questions bias results? Submit both the table that you constructed as well as a copy of the survey you analyzed to your instructor.