intrarater reliability


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intrarater reliability

The extent to which a single individual, reusing the same rating instrument, consistently produces the same results while examining a single set of data.
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Most important, both interrater and intrarater reliability were significantly higher for the internal review team than for the external review team in every comparison made, with internal weighted Ks ranging from 0.
Homburg (1984) found two problems associated with interrater and intrarater reliability and reported that different raters often assigned the same composition to different grading categories, which may affect interrater reliability; and the same raters may assign the same composition to different grading categories at different times, which may affect intrarater reliability.
Interrater and intrarater reliability in the measurement of ankle joint dorsiflexion is independent of examiner experience and technique used.
This analysis represents a convenience sample of the 64 participants (53 male, 11 female) who were evaluated at baseline and again 48 hours later for the purposes of establishing intrarater reliability.
2012) Intrarater reliability of pain intensity, tissue blood flow, thermal pain threshold, pressure pain threshold and lumbo-pelvic stability tests in subjects with low back.
Intrarater reliability of CROM measurement of cervical spine active range of motion in persons with and without neck pain.
The intrarater reliability of this procedural manual was verified with simulated language sample data that were generated using a BCI system in a laboratory setting.
Levinger et al [18] examined the intrarater reliability of 1-RM testing of a range of different exercises and reported ICC values ranging from 0.
The interrater and intrarater reliability of the Modified Ashworth Scale in the assessment of muscle spasticity: Limb and muscle group effect.
As described previously test-retest has been a term that has been used interchangeably with intrarater reliability (McDowell and Newell 1996, Nunnally 1978).
When examining reliability of each of the criteria, intrarater reliability was more robust than that between the two raters, as evidenced in (Figure 3).