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final-review 36

reliability

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Reliability The degree of consistency that a measuring method or device produces.
Intrarater reliability: The consistency of repeated measurements of the same observation by the same rater.
Interrater reliability: The consistency of repeated measurements of the same observation by different raters.
Validity Validity is the degree to which data or results of a study are correct or true.
Concurrent validity: The degree to which the measurement being validated agrees with an established measurement standard administered at approximately the same time. Concurrent validity is a form of criterion validity.
Construct validity: The relationship between an instrument and an established theoretical framework. Construct validity is based on theory and not statistical analysis.
Content validity: The degree to which the indicator provides a complete representation of the domain of interest.
Criterion validity: The degree to which a relationship exists between a measurement being validated and other measures.
External validity: The degree to which results of the research study are generalizable.
Internal validity: The degree to which the reported outcomes of the research study are a consequence of the relationship between the independent and dependent variables and not the result of extraneous factors.
Predictive validity: The ability of an instrument to predict the occurrence of a future behavior or event. Predictive validity is a form of criterion validity.
Created by: micah10