Choice Set

A choice set is one scenario, also known as a treatment, provided for evaluation by respondents in a choice experiment. Responses are collected and used to create a choice model. Respondents are usually provided with a series of differing choice sets for evaluation.

The choice set is generated from an experimental design and usually involves two or more alternatives being presented together.

Read more about Choice SetExample of A Choice Set, Alternatives, Attributes, Levels, Choice Task

Other articles related to "choice set, choice":

Choice Set - Choice Task
... The respondent is asked a choice task ... In this example, the Choice task is 'forced' ... An 'unforced' choice would allow the respondents to also select 'Neither' ...
Choice Model Simulation - Defining Choice Set
... When a researcher has some consumer choice data in his/her hand and tries to construct a choice model and simulate it against the data, he/she needs to ... A Choice Set in discrete choice models is defined to be finite, exhaustive, and mutually exclusive ... For instance, consider households' choice of how many laptops to own ...
Local Independence Of Irrelevant Alternatives
... In individual choice theory, the name "IIA" is sometimes used to refer to Chernoff's condition or Sen's property α (alpha) if an alternative x chosen ... In social choice theory, Arrow's IIA is well known as one of the conditions in Arrow's impossibility theorem the social preferences between alternatives x and y depend only on ... One such requirement is as follows If A is preferred to B out of the choice set {A,B}, then introducing a third alternative X, thus expanding the choice set to {A,B,X}, must not make B preferable ...
Power (social And Political) - Theories - Rational Choice Framework
... Game theory, with its foundations in the theory of Rational Choice, is increasingly used in various disciplines to help analyze power relationships ... One rational choice definition of power is given by Keith Dowding in his book Power ... In rational choice theory, human individuals or groups can be modelled as 'actors' who choose from a 'choice set' of possible actions in order to try to achieve desired outcomes ...

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