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Reliability for the Social Sciences

Theory and Applications

Reliability for the Social Sciences by Ross E. Traub
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How can social scientists assess the reliability of the measures derived from tests and questionnaires? Through an illustrative review of the principles of classical reliability theory, Ross E Traub explores some general strategies for improving measurement procedures.

Beginning with a presentation of random variables and the expected value of a random variable, the book covers such topics as: the definition of reliability as a coefficient and possible uses of a coefficient; the notion of parallel tests so as to make possible the estimation of a reliability coefficient for a set of measurements; what to do when parallel tests are not available; what factors affect the reliability coefficient; and how to estimate the

SAGE Publications; January 1994
189 pages; ISBN 9781452252643
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Title: Reliability for the Social Sciences
Author: Ross E. Traub
 
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9780803943254
9781452252643