criterion-related validity

cri·te·ri·on-·re·lat·ed va·lid·i·ty

the degree of effectiveness with which performance on a test or procedure predicts performance in a real-life situation; for example, a good correlation between a score on an intelligence test such as the Scholastic Aptitude Test and one's 4-year college grade point average.

cri·te·ri·on-re·lat·ed va·lid·i·ty

(krī-tēr-ŏn rĕ-lātĕd vă-lidi-tē)
Degree of effectiveness with which performance on a test or procedure predicts performance in real life.
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66, which indicated that the scale has reasonable criterion-related validity.
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