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Validity Coefficients

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Validity, the accuracy of a conclusion or inference, is central to research, measurement, and evaluation. If inferences made from the results of a test or measure are not considered valid, it suggests that the test may not be measuring what is supposed to be measured. Several sources of evidence can ...

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