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1RELIABILITY, VALIDITY, AND INTERNAL CONSISTENCYReliability, Validity, and Internal ConsistencyChadd C. Cooper, Jr.Liberty UniversityBUSI-8206/11/2021Author NoteChadd C. Cooper, Jr.I have no known conflict of interest to disclose.Correspondence concerning this article should be addressed to Chadd C. CooperEmail:[email protected]
2RELIABILITY, VALIDITY, AND INTERNAL CONSISTENCYReliability, Validity, and Internal ConsistencyD4.1 Interpreting ReliabilityThe means for the raters of the student’s visualization test is shown in the first tablelabeled ‘Paired Samples Statistics’. The means are then compared in the third table labeled‘Paired Samples Test’. The correlation of the sampled pair is shown in the second table labeled‘Paired Samples Correlations’. The interrater reliability coefficient for the visualization test andvisualization scores is .94. This represents the r value, which is represented as relatively high.