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How Results Can Be Misleading: Problems With Reliability and Validity
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How Results Can Be Misleading: Problems With Reliability and Validity


June 2012 | SAGE Publications, Inc

Defining reliability and validity in research, this DVD examines potential problems that can decrease a study’s real-world applicability and accuracy of measurement. It presents examples of inter-rater reliability, test-retest reliability, and internal consistency and offers suggestions for improving the quality of one’s research. It also discusses construct validity, external validity, and internal validity.

Contributors
Kenneth Lam - Producer
Sari Steinberg - Scriptwriter
Evelyn Behar - Consultant
Scott Ott - Narration
Austin Moore - Production Sound Mixing
Marianne Weierich - Participant

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ISBN: 9781483373478
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