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Pscyh_7_NOTES_10_5_09_1 - Class Psychology 7 Lee.l.f N ext...

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Next ExaJP/20/09· Page 1 of 2 Lee .l..f Date lO/jJ/09 Class Psychology 7 ms~ort8ltb l'etubtl1lt •••• J}ntetlIhtng ~erbitt Notetaker Revlin. --------------------- Copyright © 1996 ASUCSB Reproduction in any form is a violation of Federal Copyright Laws. A.S. Notetaking 893-4471 Open 10:00 - 4:00 Monday - Friday· Closed Finals Week ANNOUNCEMENTS 1. if you are sick, stay away from class and away from professor Revlin's office 2. the midterm exam in on the 20 th of October OUTLINE OF LAST LECTURE IV Experiments D. Cause and Co-occurrence E. What is an experiment? F. Variables G. Validity OUTLINE OF TODAY'S LECTURE IV. Experiments H. Reliability. 1. Ethics TODAY'S LECTURE Experiments (cont.) Reliability Reliability is the extent to which an experiment, test, or. any measuring procedure yields the same result on repeated trials. One reason that reliability is critical is that if the measures do not produce consistent results, you have no good estimate of how valid you measures are. In general, Validity and Reliability are considered roughly independent of each other: A measure could have high or low reliability and also have either high or low validity. This was illustrated
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  • Fall '09
  • revlin
  • internal consistency reliability, test-retest reliability, Reliability Reliability, Notetaker Revlin, ext ExaJP/20/09· Page

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