inter-rater reliability

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inter-rater reliability

The property of scales yielding equivalent results when used by different raters on different occasions.
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These researchers achieved intra-class correlations of .95 and .91, respectively, for the adagio and allegro components of their testing, and inter-judge reliability of .91 for the adagio and .84 for the allegro.
Bothintra- and inter-judge reliability exceeded 90% for all of the videostroboscopic and digital audio ratings.
Validity coefficients were corrected for criterion unreliability, based on population estimates of inter-judge reliability in supervisory ratings of performance (mean reliability=.52) established by Viswesvaran, Ones, and Schmidt (1996), and a range restriction correction based on a distribution established by Huffcutt and Arthur (1994) for the employment interview (mean s/S= .74).
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