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What is Reliability in terms of classical test theory?

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What is Reliability in terms of classical test theory?

Explain reliability in terms of classical test theory: Nunnally (1967) defined reliability as “the extent to which [measurements] are repeatable and that any random influence which tends to make measurements different from occasion to occasion is a source of measurement error” (p. 206). There are many factors can prevent measurements from being repeated perfectly. Crocker […]

arnold on Sep 28, 2008