interjudge reliability

in·ter·judge re·li·a·bil·i·ty

in psychology, the consistency of measurement obtained when different judges or examiners independently administer the same test to the same subject.
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Split-half reliabilities were .88 and .74, respectively, and the interjudge reliability coefficients were .85 and .69, respectively.
Interjudge reliability refers to the consistency in which independent coders categorize content and is usually reported as a percentage.
Three expert judges scored videotaped pre and posttests with interjudge reliability ranging from .77 to .84.
SR authors should provide interjudge reliability data for (a) the identification of the initial set of potential sources and (b) the evaluation of the level of evidence and the quality of methods of the primary sources.
To ascertain interjudge reliability, all judges coded a subsample of 100 randomly selected advertisements.
To assess interjudge reliability, all three judges read and assessed an identical set of 20 reports.
Interjudge reliability was obtained by a split half product moment correlation.
Because results need to be objective -- that is, different judges should obtain the same results from the same data -- interjudge reliability, or "the percentage of agreement among several judges processing the same communications material" (8), becomes an important issue.
Investigations of the reliability of these various methods generally have centered around test-retest reliability, alternative form reliability, and interjudge reliability of scoring; for all these types of reliability, results have indicated that most correlation coefficients surpassed the minimal criterion of .90 suggested for technical adequacy (Salvia & Ysseldyke, 1995).
Interjudge reliability was calculated among the three experts using a Pearson product-moment correlation matrix; reliabilities ranged from .77 to .84.
Interjudge reliability in classifying the special education resource teachers' interventions into the four categories was .95.
This study determined interrater and interjudge reliability for transcription of communication of veterans with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) using a P300based BCI as an augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) system.