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Figure 3 shows a problem in the immediate conduct of statistical analyses, with responses numerically coded at the respondents` rating scale. If a researcher performs an immediate mathematical procedure with the scoring data, the researcher assumes that the size of the jump of a strong chord is the same as the size of the jump to agree not to accept. The researcher can indeed argue that strongly agree represents more consensus than agreement, and that the agreement represents more coherence than nullity, and so on. . . .
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