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1. Relative to an unreliable measure, a reliable measure is less likely to be affected by
2. Valid measures are reliable.
3. A reliable measure would have a test-retest coefficient above +1.00.
4. If a measure has a test-retest correlation coefficient of +.80, 20% of the variability in the scores are due to random error.
5. Interobserver reliability puts a ceiling on test-retest reliability.
6. If you have a multiple-choice measure, you should calculate its interobserver reliability.
7. Internal consistency is an index of interobserver reliability.
8. Adding questions to a measure will increase its internal consistency.
9. A median inter-item correlation of .35 indicates a higher degree of internal consistency than a Cronbach´s alpha of .50.
10. Split-half reliability is a good index of a measure´s overall reliability.
11. Inter-item correlations are a good way to assess the extent to which random observer error affects your multiple-choice measure.
12. Reliability guarantees validity.




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