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Multiple response

A multiple response question is basically a multiple choice question, except for one detail: The questions can be made harder by allowing participants to select multiple alternatives, and more than one of these can be correct. This means that a multiple response question with four alternatives can be answered in 16 different ways.

Multiple response questions are normally more difficult to answer compared to multiple choice questions because the participant needs to simultaneously consider more information. In the question below, participants are asked to select the items which are attracted to a magnet.

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