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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The Short-Form PWBS was tested for internal consistency, construct validity, and criterion-related validity. Results: Cronbach's alpha was 0.88, with aggregated subscale alphas of 0.72-0.88, except 0.57 for autonomy.
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Criterion-related validity was split into concurrent and predictive, subject on the timing of the data collection for the criterion evidence.
The criterion-related validity of the SMDS was examined by the use of compulsive internet, social media addiction, depression, self-esteem, loneliness, attention deficit, impulsivity and frequency of daily social media use.
While works detailing research methods organize the same types of validity in various ways, we adhered to Huck's (2008) conceptual framework of validity, which aligns methods of establishing validity with three overall types: content validity, criterion-related validity, and construct validity.
The criterion-related validity of the Rolefulness Scale is confirmed by examining its correlation with other psychological scales.
The correlation coefficient between each item and the total score of the remaining items ranged from .45 to .66, which indicated that the scale has reasonable criterion-related validity.
In the second study, the COPE-Revised scores were tested against the self-esteem scores of a group of participants to examine both the internal psychometric properties and criterion-related validity of the COPE-Revised.
Internal Consistency, Criterion-Related Validity, and Construct Validity.
Similar to reliability, there are different types of validity that can be established when evaluating a tool, which include content validity, criterion-related validity, construct validity, and factor analysis (Polit & Beck, 2016).
We will also explore the psychometric properties of the questionnaire, in terms of reliability and criterion-related validity.
Criterion-related validity and nomological validity were assessed relating past, present and future life satisfaction with life with the aforementioned criteria, both with traditional correlations and also within a structural equation modeling.