In psychology, there are different ways that variables can be measured and psychologists typically group measurements into one of four scales: nominal, ordinal, interval or ratio. The simplest level of measurement is nominal data (frequency count data), followed by ordinal (scores in rank order), then interval (a continuous scale with no absolute zero) and finally, ratio (a continuous scale with an absolute zero).

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