Uitvoering van de studie

Aanvullende vragenlijst

De aanvullende lijst van de eerste meting van NEMESIS-3 is zo opgebouwd dat een vergelijking mogelijk is met de belangrijkste vragen en schalen die gebruikt zijn in NEMESIS-2.​1​ De onderwerpen die in de aanvullende vragenlijst van de eerste meting aan bod kwamen, zijn:

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    ten Have, M., Tuithof, M., van Dorsselaer, S., Schouten, F., de Graaf, R. Uitvoering van de studie NEMESISAanvullende vragenlijst .Geraadpleegd op: 15 june 2024.Trimbos-instituut, Utrecht