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Your Results:
The correct answer for each question is indicated by a

1 CORRECT

Criterion-related evidence of validity requires a second instrument.


A) TRUE
B) FALSE

Feedback: Criterion-related evidence of validity requires a second instrument a


which scores on an instrument can be checked.

2 CORRECT

Content-related evidence of validity refers to the degree to which information prov


instrument agrees with information obtained on other, independent instruments.
A) TRUE
B) FALSE

Feedback: Content-related evidence of validity refers to judgments on the adeq


an instrument as it is to be used in a particular study.

3
INCORRECT

Scoring agreement does not require a demonstration that independent scorers can
satisfactory agreement in their scoring.
A) TRUE
B) FALSE

Feedback: Scoring agreement requires a demonstration that independent score


achieve satisfactory agreement in their scoring.

4 CORRECT

Content-related evidence of validity includes content in the test that is consistent


the researcher hopes to measure.
A) TRUE
B) FALSE

Feedback: Content-related evidence of validity refers to judgments on the adeq


an instrument as it is to be used in a particular study.

5
INCORRECT

The use of expert opinion, observations, criterion checks, and other methods shou
to establish that the score of an instrument accurately reflects where the individua
placed on a scale of the construct.
A) TRUE
B) FALSE

Feedback: The use of expert opinion, observations, criterion checks, and other
should be used to establish that the score of an instrument accurately reflect w
individual should be placed on a scale of the construct.

6
INCORRECT

If an instrument produces varying results for the same individual, then there is no
determine what score is the best indicator of the characteristics of the individual.
A) TRUE
B) FALSE

Feedback: If an instrument produces varying results for the same individual, th


is no way to determine what score is the best indicator of the characteristics o
individual.

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7 CORRECT

Content-related evidence of validity refers to the degree to which the totality of ev


obtained is consistent with theoretical expectations.
A) TRUE
B) FALSE
Feedback: Construct-related evidence of validity refers to the degree to which
totality of evidence obtained is consistent with theoretical expectations.

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INCORRECT

The test-retest method is used to estimate consistency without regard to time.


A) TRUE
B) FALSE

Feedback: The test-retest method of estimating reliability involves administeri


same instrument twice to the same group of individuals after a certain time int
elapsed.

9
INCORRECT

Errors of measurement refer to variations in scores obtained by the same individu


same instrument.
A) TRUE
B) FALSE

Feedback: Errors of measurement refer to variations in scores obtained by the


individuals on the same instrument.

10
INCORRECT

When instrument scores can be used to predict scores on a criterion measure that
collected at a later time, these scores have predictive validity.
A) TRUE
B) FALSE

Feedback: When instrument scores can be used to predict scores on a criterion


that is collected at a later time, these scores have predictive validity.

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