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What is the meaning of validity?

What is the meaning of validity?

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School: Texas Christian University
Department: Psychology
Course: Behavioral Research
Professor: Gregory repasky
Term: Fall 2016
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Cost: 25
Name: Behavioral Research Class Notes 9/6/16
Description: Here are the notes on the end of Chapter 3 and Chapters 2 & 15
Uploaded: 09/07/2016
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What is the meaning of validity?



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Extent to which a measure procedure actually measures what it is intended to measure

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What are the different types of validity?



I every reliable, but not valid Types of validity L e face valididy, extent to which a measure

appears to measure what it is supposed to measure

• Construct validitys extent to which a measure relates to other measures of the same hupothetical construct Don't forget about the age old question of What is the meaning of legislation in law?

converget validity: correlates with other measure it should


What is the meaning of concurrent validity?



2o Divergent validity does not correlate with measures it shouldn't o you want your measure to correlate with smilar resuts Don't forget about the age old question of Where is the alpha carbon in an amino acid?

Critenon - Related validity: extent to which a measure allows us to distingush among porn lapants on the basis of a particular behavioral chteron Don't forget about the age old question of Who has authored and established the first family?

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Behavioral variability

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used to describle samples & populations

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Vanance statistic that indicate the amant of observed vanability in participants behavior

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- Range distance from smallest to largest score

- mean sum of set of scores luded by a number of score

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Deviation Scores & sums of sauares (Process)

lo find mean of a sample

2. Calculate deviation scores by subractiy the mean from each score

3. Square each of the denance scores to get ride of negative signs

40 Add up the saware a declance score (sum of squars)

5. Divide the sums of squares by one less than. the total number of scores in

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more vanance) Total variance

• Total vanance = Systematic variance + Error Vaniance

• Sustematic vanance : part of the total vanability in partiapants' behavior that is related in a ordeny, predictable fashon to the vanables

o exo lookre at the effects of age on amount of pies eaten: how much vanability is actually due to age

• Error Variance vanance that remains unaccanted

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Assess the strength of the relationship between variables bella studied

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Meta Analysis

o we can use the results of multiple studies to examine effect sizes

1o Analysis and integration of results from a large set of individual studies. and Estimate effect size across the results of

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Ethical Issues in Behanal Research chis alone

Basic Guidelines

Potential Benefits

Basic knowledge n o Impiacment of researen or assesment techniques

Practical atcomes

•Benfefits for researcher of particupants

•Potential costs

How much time of effort Risks to participant well-being monetary costs (expensive?

suspicion of research methods/ results Balancing Benefits of Costs Clook at powerpoint)

o Institutional Review Board IRB)

Reviews researon proposals for human research Examines the nisks involved us potential benefits

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