A person who is highly intelligent today will be highly intelligent next week

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across time. A person who is highly intelligent today will be highly intelligent next week. This means that any good measure of intelligence should produce roughly the same scores for this individual next week as it does today” (Price, Jhangiani & Chiang, 2015). Another is parallel- forms reliability . It is used to assess the consistency of the results of two test constructed in the same way from the same content domain. The next reliability is internal consistency , “which is the consistency of people’s responses across the items on a multiple-item measure. In general, all the items on such measures are supposed to reflect the same underlying construct, so people’s scores on those items should be correlated with each other” (Price, Jhangiani & Chiang, 2015). Validity - “It is a judgment based on several types of evidence. The relevant evidence includes the measure’s reliability, whether it covers the construct of interest, and whether the scores it produces are correlated with other variables they are expected to be correlated with and not
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correlated with variables that are conceptually distinct” (Price, Jhangiani & Chiang, 2015). Types of validity include first is Content validity “This category looks at whether the instrument
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