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internal consistency

In a clinical trial, data that do not include contradictions.
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Common internal consistency assessments such as Cronbach's alpha and item-total correlation can be conveniently performed to provide the reliability information of this 5-point Likert scale questionnaire.
Application of the UCLA SCTC GIT 2.0 lasts approximately 6-8 min, and its validity and reliability (test-retest and internal consistency) have been demonstrated in many studies (1,4,8,16,17).
High Cronbach's alpha value (p<0.001) indicated high internal consistency reliability.
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.
The internal consistency was assessed by calculating Cronbach's alpha coefficients categorized as follows: excellent, >0.80; adequate, 0.70-0.79; and inadequate, <0.70 (17).
Internal consistency is an evaluation of reliability determined by calculating a Cronbach alpha.
Previous reports indicated that the LYMQOL-Arm was easy to complete with clear face validity and good internal consistency. [15]
Reliability and Internal Consistency of the Spanish Version for Colombia of the Western Ontario Rotator Cuff Index (WORC)
With regard to the validation of the MHQ, internal consistency of the domains were evaluated using Cronbach's a correlation coefficient.
Baer, Smith, Hopkins, Krietemeyer and Toney (2006) reported good internal consistency ([alpha] = .93) of FFMQ.
There are different types of reliability, including internal consistency reliability, test-retest reliability, and interinformant reliability.

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