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They go on to consider what respondents might be Endorsement Methods 35 drawing upon in responding if not an estimated frequency of occurrence of the thought, proposing that they may be (1) gauging the impact, salience, or importance of the thought and inferring that a particularly pertinent thought must have occurred frequently; (2) translating from idiosyncratic or fragmented actual thoughts to the grammatically complete sentences on the inventories; (3) translating affective experience into a language-based self-statement format; or (4) conveying that the item on the questionnaire matches their self-concept, indicating “That’s like me” by endorsing the item.
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