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Chapter 6

1 .   _____ is defined as the degree to which a measure is free from random error .
A. Reliabili ty
B. Validit y
C. Generalizabili ty
D. Utilit y
E. Correlatio n
Answer:  A.   Reliabili ty
2 .   Which of the following statements is true of the reliability of a measurement ?
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3 .   The _____ is a measure of the degree to which two sets of numbers are related .
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4 .   Which of the following correlation coefficients indicates a perfect positive relationship ?
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5 .   Which of the following correlation coefficients indicates a perfect negative relationship ?
A. - 10
B. - 6.67
C. + 1 . 0
D. -
Answer:  D.   - 1.0
6 .   When assessing the reliability of a measure , one might be interested in knowing how scores on the measure at one time relate to scores on the same measure at another time . This is called :
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7 .   Which of the following steps can help an organization increase the reliability of its interview process ?
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8 .   The extent to which performance on the measure is related to performance on the job is called :
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9 .   Which of the following statements is true regarding reliability and validity ?
A. Reliability and validity are directly proportional to each other .
B. Reliability and validity are inversely proportional to each other .
C. Reliability of a measure is essential for it to have any validity .
D. Reliability and validity are independent of each other .
E. Reliability is a necessary and sufficient condition for validity .
Answer:  C.   Reliability of a measure is essential for it to have any validity .
10 .   If there is a substantial correlation between test scores and job - performance scores , _____ validity has been established .
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11 .   _____ validation is a validity study that seeks to establish an empirical relationship between test scores taken prior to being hired and eventual performance on the job .
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12 .   Which of the following is the most accurate definition of concurrent validity ?
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REVIEWER - CHAPTER 6 SELECTION AND PLACEMENT 1. _____ is defined as the degree to which a measure is free from random error. A. Reliabili ty B. Validit y C. Generalizabili ty D. Utilit y E. Correlatio n
2. Which of the following statements is true of the reliability of a measurement?
3. The _____ is a measure of the degree to which two sets of numbers are related.
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4. Which of the following correlation coefficients indicates a perfect positive relationship?
5. Which of the following correlation coefficients indicates a perfect negative relationship? A. - 10 B. - 6.67 C. +1. 0 D. - 1.0
E. 0. 0 6. When assessing the reliability of a measure, one might be interested in knowing how scores on the measure at one time relate to scores on the same measure at another time. This is called:
7. Which of the following steps can help an organization increase the reliability of its interview process?
8. The extent to which performance on the measure is related to performance on the job is called:
9. Which of the following statements is true regarding reliability and validity? A. Reliability and validity are directly proportional to each other. B. Reliability and validity are inversely proportional to each other. C. Reliability of a measure is essential for it to have any validity. D. Reliability and validity are independent of each other. E. Reliability is a necessary and sufficient condition for validity.