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Name two types of construct validity.
Convergent and discriminant.
What method is most useful to assess convergent validity?
Multitrait-Multimethod matrix displays the correlations between different tests measuring same and different traits.
What is criterion-referenced scoring?
Pegs performance to some criterion level. A yes or no answer. Pass/fail.
For timed tests, which measure of reliability is most effective?
Alternate forms, becauses measures of internal consistency aren't good, since time is the important variable.
Correction for attenuation formula
Measures the impact on the validity of a test due to an increase in its reliability.
What is an eigenvalue?
A statistic that indicates the variance accounted for by a factor extracted from a factor anlaysis. Used to determine whether a factor should be kept; does it account for a significant amount of variance?
Kuder-Richardson Formula
Used to measure internal consistency of test items.