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Hudson et al. (1983) developed a series of questions to examine sexual attitudes

(SAS). The SAS scores of religious fundamentalists—a group believed to be conservative regarding sexual expression—were compared with the scores of social work graduate students—a group believed to be liberal regarding sexual expression. The researchers were examining the instrument's:

a.Split-half reliability

b.Split-half validity

c.Criterion-related validity

d.Criterion reliability

e.Construct validity

can you please explain the difference between criterion-related validity and criterion reliability?

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