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Are dichotomous categorical variables technically interval/continuous measures?

I disagree and yet in a limited sense also I agree with that (currently) unsourced statement. Binary (indicator, dichotomous, Boolean, logical, one-hot, quantal) variables coded as 0 and 1 are ...
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Likert scale and sample size

This answer may start, or rather re-open an old debate, but so be it; it may be needed. I would strongly advise you against the use of a Likert scale. A Likert scale is an ordinal scale: 3 is more ...
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Likert scale and sample size

For sample size, you usually have four components, where knowing three will allow you to derive the fourth: Effect size (such as Cohen's $d$ aka the mean difference divided by the standard deviation)....
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