Research Plan and Ethical Implications.

Research Plan and Ethical Implications.
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This document provides some examples for how you might word items in your questionnaire. You can change the item wording to suit the focus of your project.

For more tips, see Nardi P. Chapter 4: Developing a questionnaire.

1. Gender (please tick):
? Female ? Male
2. Age: _____ (years)

3. What is the highest level of formal education that you have completed? (tick one box)
University qualification Secondary School
TAFE or technical qualification Primary School
4. Please indicate your family background (tick all that apply):
Caucasian
Asian
African
Australian Indigenous
Other (please specify) ___________
5. Height: __________ (in metres)

6. Weight: _____________ (in kg)?

7. Please indicate your current relationship status

Single De facto relationship
Married Separated/Divorced
Widowed

8. In the past week, how many serves of fruit did you eat each day?
1 serve of fruit is equivalent to 1 medium sized piece of fruit (e.g., apple, orange, mango, mandarin, banana, pear, peach), 2 small pieces of fruit (e.g., apricots, kiwifruit, plums, figs), 8 strawberries, or ½ cup of fruit juice.
_____ serves of fruit per day

9. In the past week, how many serves of vegetables did you eat each day?
1 serve of vegetables is equivalent to 1 medium potato, or ½ a medium sweet potato, or ½ cup of dark green leafy vegetables (e.g., cabbage, spinach, broccoli, or brussel sprouts), or 1 cup of other vegetables (e.g., lettuce, beans, lentils, peas, zucchini, cucumber, mushrooms).
_____ serves of vegetables per day

This section asks a series of questions about your thoughts about food and eating.
For each statement below, please tick (?) the box that best describes your own opinion of what is generally true for you.
Never/
Rarely true Sometimes true Often true Usually true Always true
1 I stop eating when I’m full even when eating something I love. ? ? ? ? ?
Please circle the number that represents your level of agreement with each statement.
SD = Strongly Disagree, D = Disagree, A = Agree, SA = Strongly Agree
SD D A SA
1 I have fond memories of family food occasions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

The following questions also ask you about your eating behaviour. Please indicate how frequently each question is true for you by circling the appropriate number.
Never Seldom Sometimes Often Very often
1. Do you watch exactly what you eat? 1 2 3 4 5
2. Do you try to eat less at mealtimes than you would like to eat? 1 2 3 4 5

This next section involves answering questions about your consumption of beverages. To the best of your memory, click one box which best represents how much of each drink you have consumed in the past week. Please try to answer as accurately as possible for each drink.

People exercise for a variety of reasons. When people are asked why they exercise, their answers are sometimes based on the reasons they believe they should have for exercising. What we want to know are the reasons people actually have for exercising. Please respond to the items below as honestly as possible. On a scale of 1, not at all important, through to 4, moderately important, to 7, extremely important, to what extent is each of the following an important reason that you have for exercising?

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