Chapter 3 Quiz

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Chapter 3 Quiz
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  1. What is NOT likely to undermine the reliability of a survey measure
    aggregation of responses to different items
  2. According to Cronbach and Meehl's (1955) terminology, psychological attributes such as intelligence and sociability are examples of ________, whereas an IQ test and extraversion questionnaire are both examples of specific tests or measurements.
    Constructs
  3. If test scores go down as anxiety goes up, then....
    test scores and anxiety are negatively correlated
  4. The most touted advantage of the experimental method is that
    it allows the assessment of causality
  5. Reliability is ____ for validity.
    a necessary but not sufficient condition
  6. Using the Binomial Effect Size Display, if there is a correlation of .30 between drinking alcohol and the likelihood of having a car accident, then out of 100 people who have been drinking, you would expect ________ of them to have an accident.
    65
  7. Which formula in psychometrics quantifies the principle of aggregation?
    Spearman-Brown
  8. The number between -1 and +1 that indexes the linear association between any two variables is called
    the correlation coefficient
  9. The most important and generally useful way to enhance reliability is to
    aggregate your measurements
  10. Introspection is an example of the ___ method.
    case study

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