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Validity refers to the test itself, not to the interpretations of test scores.
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Validity is a matter of degree (high, low)
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Validity is a general quality that applies to various uses of assessment results.
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Validity is a unitary concept.
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Validity refers how consistently a test measures.
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Validity is adequately described by the correlation of assessment scores with a criterion measure.
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Can be expressed by an expectancy table.
test criterion relationship
Is determined primarily by logical analysis.
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Evaluates what happens when assessment results are used.
consequences
Typically requires more than one criterion.
construct
Emphasizes the representativeness of the sample of tasks.
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The results may be summarized by a single number.
test criterion relationships
Select the statement that indicates the greater degree of relationship.
A correlation coefficient of .60.
A correlation coefficient of .10.
A correlation coefficient of .60
A predictive validity coefficient.
A concurrent validity coefficient.
A concurrent validity coefficient.
A predictive validity coefficient of .70.
A predictive validity coefficient of -.80.
A predictive validity coefficient of -.80.
A correlation between test scores and a criterion measure obtained one week later.
A correlation between test scores and a criterion measure obtained one year later.
A correlation between test scores and a criterion measure obtained one week later.
The predictive validity coefficient for a set of scores ranging from 20 to 100.
The predictive validity coefficient for a set of scores ranging from 80 to 100.
The predictive validity coefficient for a set of scores ranging from 20 to 100.
Indicate what influence, RAISE or LOWER, each of the following assessment practices is most likely to have on validity.

Increase item difficulty by using more complex sentence structure.
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Indicate what influence, RAISE or LOWER, each of the following assessment practices is most likely to have on validity.
Increase the number of items measuring each specifice skill from 5-10.
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Indicate what influence, RAISE or LOWER, each of the following assessment practices is most likely to have on validity.
Replace multiple choice items with short answer items for meafuring the ability to define terms.
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Indicate what influence, RAISE or LOWER, each of the following assessment practices is most likely to have on validity.
Replace multiple choice items by laboratory performance tasks for measuring ability to conduct experiments.
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Indicate what influence, RAISE or LOWER, each of the following assessment practices is most likely to have on validity.
Use selection type items instead of supply type items to measure spelling ability.
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Indicate what influence, RAISE or LOWER, each of the following assessment practices is most likely to have on validity.
Use an essay test to measure factual knowledge of historical events.
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