psychometric properties

psy·cho·met·ric prop·er·ties

(sī'kō-met'rik prop'ĕr-tēz)
Quantifiable attributes (e.g., validity, reliability) that relate to the statistical strength or weakness of a test or measurement.
See also: reliability, validity
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This study reports the development and administration of Multiple Mini Interviews (MMI), the descriptive and psychometric properties of the MMI station scores and assesses the validity of MMI stations to ascertain if the stations measured the intended attributes.
Initially developed for use in patients with severe mental illness, the VRFCAT has demonstrated strong psychometric properties and has been implemented in large-scale clinical trials for schizophrenia and major depression.
The successful delivery of this fellowship will be ensured by a fruitful combination of my experience in quality of life and in psychometric properties of questionnaires with the expertise of Newcastle University in health economics and preference elicitation methods.
I will begin by describing three fundamental psychometric properties of any measure (i.
Aims: This study tested the psychometric properties of the Chinese version of the 16-item Quick Inventory of Depressive Symptomatology (QIDS-SR) in HBV patients.
Ruiz, Langer, Luciano, Cangas, & Beltran, 2013), showing similar psychometric properties and factor structure among them (Monestes, Karekla, Jacobs, Michaelides, Hooper, Kleen, Ruiz, Miselli, Presti, Luciano, Villatte, Bond, Kishita, & Hayes, in press).
It also aimed to examine psychometric properties of Tennessee Self Concept Scale (TSCS: 2).
Specific factors addressed include survey selection, development, and the psychometric properties of scores.
Conclusion: Self-report measure (SSDS) correlates significantly with clinician rated assessment measure (HRSD); it also demonstrates psychometric properties to be recommended for screening depression in general practice.
The manual describes the development and standardization of these scales, administration and scoring, collection of normative data, factor structure, psychometric properties, and interpretive uses in clinical and school settings.
In order to promote its implementation and facilitate research in our context it is necessary to carry out evaluations which produce documented results and to have instruments that are adapted to the cultural settings, with appropriate psychometric properties.
First, the DAS-R showed a clearer factor structure than the DAS and possesses good psychometric properties in terms of model fit, reliability, and convergent construct validity.