concurrent validity


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Related to concurrent validity: Construct validity, Content validity, Predictive validity

con·cur·rent va·lid·i·ty

an index of criterion-related validity used to predict performance in a real-life situation given at about the same time as the test or procedure; the extent to which the index from one test correlates with that of a nonidentical test or index; for example, how well a score on an aptitude test correlates with the score on an intelligence test.

con·cur·rent va·lid·i·ty

(kŏn-kŭrĕnt vă-lidi-tē)
Index of criterion-related validity used to predict performance in a real-life situation given at about the same time as the test or procedure; the extent to which the index from one test correlates with that of a nonidentical test or index.
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In line with Vossen et al.'s (2015) results for the AMES, we demonstrated that the CAMES was positively correlated with the PTM-C and the IRI-C, which showed good concurrent validity, thereby confirming the construct validity of the CAMES.
Finally, as mentioned before, we could only test the concurrent validity of the questionnaire with other measures with the participants of the AjDG.
Table 2 illustrates the results of correlation analysis performed to assess the concurrent validity of Turkish FoMOs.
Correlation coefficient obtained as a result of assessing concurrent validity between DSM-5 Level 2 Sleep Disorder Scale Child Form and PSQI was measured as r=0.650 p<0.0001.
Virtual reality cataract surgery training: learning curves and concurrent validity. Acta Ophthalmol.
Clark et al., "Concurrent validity of the Microsoft Kinect for assessment of spatiotemporal gait variables," Journal of Biomechanics, vol.
We tested our hypothesis regarding concurrent validity of the SWA by determining agreement between the observed step-counts and step-counts recorded by the [SWA.sub.unaffected].
The concurrent validity of HADS was assessed through finding correlation between the total score of English and Pashto versions of HADS.
Cronbach's Alpha was used to check the reliability of the screening checklist and the Pearson correlation coefficient was used to find out the concurrent validity of the screening checklist.
Does the child version of the MMD possess concurrent validity when compared with the child version of the PEGS with Jewish children aged 5 to 7 years?
The validation of these new proposed factors in relation to dependence was made through discriminant and concurrent validity. In the discriminant validity analysis, we compared the means of indicators, analyzing the families with and without dependents.