Answer this question:
Summarize the four levels of measurement first proposed by Stevens in 1951. Explain how knowing the level of measurement for variables helps a researcher examine outcomes in a study. Diagram the relationship of precision and levels of measurement.
Use this book as reference: Exploring Research eighth edition by Neil J. Salkind.
Levels of measurement Studentâ€™s name University affiliation Levels of measurements Measurement involves judgment of the size of things. In most cases, people judge concerning what they think about particular outcomes. Values are assigned to outcomes and in this case, they form the measurement of the outcome. According to Stephens (1951, cited by Salkind, 2012), there are four levels of measurement; they are nominal level, ordinal level, interval level and ratio level. All kinds of