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gridsampler: A simulation tool to determine the required sample size for repertory grid studies

Mark Heckmann; Lukas Burk

Introduction

A common approach for analyzing multiple repertory grid data is sorting the elicited constructs into categories using content analysis (e.g. Green, 2004; Jankowicz, 2004). Often the question arises, what sample size would be needed in order to achieve a minimum saturation of a certain number of constructs per category. The gridsampler GUI allows to run simulations in order to answer these type of questions.

References

  • Green, B. (2004). Personal construct psychology and content analysis. Personal Construct Theory & Practice, 1(3), 82–91.
  • Jankowicz, D. (2004). The easy guide to repertory grids. Chichester, England: John Wiley & Sons.
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