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Example 2 Questionnaire: NCDS Medical Questionnaire 1974

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 Statements may contain context

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Multiple statements

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Statements and sequences

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Statements and instructions

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Combining statements

Some questionnaires have groups of statements placed closely together but they are not always entered as one statement. This is mainly the case with questionnaires which begin with names and addresses. In most cases a carriage return is a strong indication to create a separate statement (Example 9). Other times there is a carriage return between two statements but they are still entered as one statement because of a punctuation marker which links them together; for example, a semi-colon (Example 10).

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Example 10 Questionnaire: NCDS Parental Questionnaire 1984

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