Taiwo Amoo

City University of New York (CUNY) - Department of Finance

Associate Professor

2900 Bedford Avenue

Brooklyn, NY 11210

United States

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Scholarly Papers (11)

1.

Using Real-World Examples to Enhance the Relevance of the Introductory Statistics Course

Number of pages: 27 Posted: 16 Aug 2012
Brooklyn College of the City University of New York, Baruch College, CUNY - Zicklin School of Business and City University of New York (CUNY) - Department of Finance
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Introductory Statistics, Statistics Education, Real-world examples in teaching, evidence-based research, health research, happiness research, teacher cheating, attractiveness research, college rankings

2.

Rating the Rating Scales

Friedman, Hershey H. and Amoo, Taiwo (1999). "Rating the Rating Scales." Journal of Marketing Management, Winter, 114-123
Number of pages: 10 Posted: 30 Sep 2013
Hershey H. Friedman and Taiwo Amoo
Brooklyn College of the City University of New York and City University of New York (CUNY) - Department of Finance
Downloads 1,235 (21,304)
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Rating scales, context effects, measurement bias, unbalanced rating scales, research bias

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Workforce Diversity: The Key to Survival and Growth

B>Quest, 2002
Number of pages: 15 Posted: 25 Oct 2013
Taiwo Amoo and Hershey H. Friedman
City University of New York (CUNY) - Department of Finance and Brooklyn College of the City University of New York
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Diversity, discrimination, growth, learning organization, innovation

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A Survey of Accounting Majors: Attitudes and Opinions

Giladi, K., Amoo, T. and Friedman, H. H. (2001). "A Survey of Accounting Majors: Attitudes and Opinions." National Public Accountant, 46(2), 25-27.
Number of pages: 8 Posted: 06 Oct 2013
Brooklyn College Accounting Department, City University of New York (CUNY) - Department of Finance and Brooklyn College of the City University of New York
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accounting students, survey of students, attitudes of accounting students

5.

Do Numeric Values Influence Subjects’ Responses to Rating Scales?

Journal of International Marketing and Marketing Research, Vol. 26, 41-46, 2001
Number of pages: 12 Posted: 11 Apr 2014 Last Revised: 13 Aug 2014
Taiwo Amoo and Hershey H. Friedman
City University of New York (CUNY) - Department of Finance and Brooklyn College of the City University of New York
Downloads 143 (258,211)

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Rating scales, numerical rating scales, measurement bias, hedonic ratings

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Multiple Biases in Rating Scale Construction

Friedman, H. H. and Amoo, T. (1999). "Multiple Biases in Rating Scale Construction," Journal of International Marketing and Marketing Research, Vol. 24, October 1999, 115-126.
Number of pages: 25 Posted: 28 Apr 2014
Hershey H. Friedman and Taiwo Amoo
Brooklyn College of the City University of New York and City University of New York (CUNY) - Department of Finance
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rating scales, measurement bias, ethics in research

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Measuring the Degree of Importance: A Comparison of Two Types of Rating Scales

Amoo, T. and Friedman, H. H. (2000). “Measuring the Degree of Importance: A Comparison of Two Types of Rating Scales.” Proceedings of The Midwest Decision Sciences Institute Conference, Chicago, Illinois, March 31-April 2, 2000, 178-180.
Number of pages: 11 Posted: 03 Nov 2013
Taiwo Amoo and Hershey H. Friedman
City University of New York (CUNY) - Department of Finance and Brooklyn College of the City University of New York
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rating scales, importance scale, questionnaire design

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Overall Evaluation Rating Scales: An Assessment

Amoo, T. and Friedman, H. H. (2000). Overall Evaluation Rating Scales: An Assessment. International Journal of Market Research, Vol. 42:3, 2000, 301-310.
Number of pages: 18 Posted: 28 Apr 2014
Taiwo Amoo and Hershey H. Friedman
City University of New York (CUNY) - Department of Finance and Brooklyn College of the City University of New York
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rating scales, overall evaluation, ethics in research, measurement bias, improvement scales

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Three Methods to Engage Students in the Introductory Statistics Course: Humor, Active Learning, and Relevant Examples

Proceedings of The Decision Sciences Institute Conference, Orlando, Fl., pp. 218-222, November 18-21, 2000
Number of pages: 6 Posted: 13 Aug 2013
City University of New York (CUNY) - Department of Finance, Brooklyn College of the City University of New York and Baruch College, CUNY - Zicklin School of Business
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statistics education, humor, active learning

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Label or Position: Which Has the Greater Impact on Subjects’ Responses to a Rating Scale?

Journal of International Marketing and Marketing Research, 28(2), 2003, 77-81
Number of pages: 12 Posted: 27 Apr 2014
Brooklyn College of the City University of New York, City University of New York (CUNY) - Brooklyn College and City University of New York (CUNY) - Department of Finance
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Rating scale, measurement problems, label vs. position effects, hedonic scales

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The Importance of Using Real-World Examples and Data to Teach Correlation

Friedman, H. H. & Amoo, T. (2019).The importance of using real-world examples and data to teach correlation. Annual Northeast Decision Sciences Institute (NEDSI) Conference, Philadelphia, PA, April 4-6.
Number of pages: 14 Posted: 27 Aug 2019
Hershey H. Friedman and Taiwo Amoo
Brooklyn College of the City University of New York and City University of New York (CUNY) - Department of Finance
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Correlation, Spurious Correlation, Causality, Regression to the Mean, Google Correlate.