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<sup>&nbsp; Article of the Month:&nbsp;&nbsp; September<br><p></p><font size=3><center>'''[[Sensation Seeking Scale for Children]]'''</center></font></sup>
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<sup>&nbsp; Article of the Month:&nbsp;&nbsp; October<br><p></p><font size=3><center>'''[[Single Item Happiness Scale]]'''</center></font></sup>
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"A sensation seeking scale designed for use with school-aged children (SSSC) was standardized on an elementary school population." "Sensation seeking, is the need for varied, novel, and complex sensations and experiences and the willingness to take physical and social risks for the sake of such experience" ... &nbsp; [[Sensation Seeking Scale for Children | (More...)]]<span style="color:#afafaf;"><center>__________________________________</center></span>
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"This study examined the accuracy of measuring happiness by a single item (Do you feel happy in general?) answered on an 11-point scale (0-10)." "The aim of the present research was to examine the temporal reliability, and concurrent, convergent and divergent validity of a self-rating single-item which set out to measure happiness... &nbsp; [[Single Item Happiness Scale | (More...)]]<span style="color:#afafaf;"><center>__________________________________</center></span>
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... if you teach statistics you may find the website "Book of Odds" an interesting way to provide real-world context for statistical analyses of everyday issues. The website provides a way to teach a better understanding of probability with interactive visual displays of universal topics relevant to our daily lives.                           → more "Did You Know"s...

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  Article of the Month:   October

Single Item Happiness Scale
"This study examined the accuracy of measuring happiness by a single item (Do you feel happy in general?) answered on an 11-point scale (0-10)." "The aim of the present research was to examine the temporal reliability, and concurrent, convergent and divergent validity of a self-rating single-item which set out to measure happiness...   (More...)
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