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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This study investigated the internal consistency reliability, inter-rater reliability, and model fit of items in the subtests using the Rasch model for the SP3D.
All the probes were transcribed verbatim and no value of Cohen's Kappa Coefficient (K) was below 0.61, indicating robust inter-rater reliability. The subject learned all six scripts successively and over 80% of mastery level on all dependent variables was achieved.
Inter-rater reliability intraclass correlation coefficients Average measures Day Intraclass correlation* 95% CI End-expiration 1 0.766 [dagger] -0.620 - 0.975 2 0.983 [dagger] 0.836 - 0.998 End-inspiration 1 0.798 [dagger] -0.272 - 0.978 2 0.912 [dagger] 0.367 - 0.990 CI = confidence interval.
Then, the standard deviations and variances were calculated for the mean values of each measurement of one photo between 7 different raters to determine inter-rater reliability. The means, standard deviations (SD), and variances were found using Microsoft Excel[R].
Inter-rater reliability and agreement for all six personality traits and hireability were consistent with past studies that used SM technologies other than Twitter, supporting the validity of using Twitter to assess personality and hireability.
The measure demonstrated strong internal consistency with an overall Cronbach's alpha of 0.9, moderate inter-rater reliability that is consistent or better than previously published implicit measures (Goodman 1992; Smith et al.
As mentioned above, US measurements in each patient consisted of four blinded measurements for each variable; we used mean for easier data presentation and calculation, except for observing the intra-rater and inter-rater reliability. Descriptive statistics, t-test for independent samples, correlation and factor analysis using Pearson correlation coefficient (PCC) and intraclass correlation coefficient (ICC) were used to present data and their relations.
(15) examined the inter-rater reliability and found that the reliability of items 3 and 10 of the dynamic sitting balance subscale, which assess compensation strategies, were low in patients with MS.
Good to excellent inter-rater reliability of exposure measures (Revised Strain Index and Rapid Upper Limb Assessment) has been established (i.e., ICCs > 0.80).
The objective of the first phase of this study was to determine the internal consistency and inter-rater reliability of the Spanish version of the ASQ-3 in Mexican preschoolers.
Inter-rater reliability of passive hip range of motion in dancers has only been reported as percent agreement where outcome measures were dichotomized as positive (< 45[degrees]) or negative ([greater than or equal to] 45[degrees]), rather than a continuous angular measure.
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