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What is the concept of reliability

What is the concept of reliability

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School: East Carolina University
Department: Psychology
Course: Introduction to Psychological Testing
Professor: Gary stainback
Term: Fall 2016
Tags: Psychological Testing, Psychology, Testing, test, Reliability, consistency, variance, measurement, Error, random, systematic, Sampling, Administration, Construction, Interpretation, methodological, test-retest, split, half, interitem, kuder-Richardson, coefficient, alpha, APD, CTT, IRT, domain, generalizability, Theory, facets, SEM, SED, criterion, face, validity, content, blue-print, homogeneity, factor, analysis, bias, Rating, halo, central, tendency, fairness, utility, psychometric, soundness, cost, Benefits, Taylor-Russell, Naylor-Shine, Cronback, Gleser, angoff, scaling, likert, unidimensional, multidimensional, guttman, and cat
Cost: 50
Name: Exam 2 Study Guide Psychological Testing
Description: Hey guys this is a study guide that I put together for our exam on Tuesday in psychological testing! I know it's long but don't let it intimidate you! The first half covers the powerpoint notes and the second goes over some important points in the textbook! (so alot of the information is covered twice) I did this to try to help break things down further in case there was any confusion on a topic. G
Uploaded: 10/01/2016
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