Monthly Archives: June 2011

How long should you leave between the initial and follow-up survey?

If you are planning to survey your group between two points in time, one of the questions you have to answer is ‘how long should I leave between my two surveys?’ The answer to this question will be determined by … Continue reading

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The question of attribution and using control groups

A question we often get asked is ‘how do I know that the difference I see in young people’s well-being is due to my programme, or due to other causes? This question is not new for researchers and one that … Continue reading

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How to write your own questions and what not to do!

One of the features of NPC’s Well-being Measure is the ability to add your own questions to your survey. This is helpful if you want to ask things that are not directly about well-being, for example whether participants enjoyed their … Continue reading

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