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psychometric validity

The psychometric soundness of questionnaires used in clinical trials and outcomes research to demonstrate that they measure what they are designed to measure. The term is often used interchangeably with psychometric validation, the process of validating such questionnaires.

Types of psychometric validity
Construct validity, face validity.
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The aim was to translate, linguistically adapt, and perform psychometric validation of the APEC into the Urdu language as "APEC-U".
Psychometric validation of the Dutch translation of the quality of life in reflux and dyspepsia (QoLRAD) questionnaire in patients with gastroesophageal reflux disease.
- Unparalleled depth and reliability of psychometric validation for 64 core natural behavior traits to identify a client's unique financial personality;
Development and Psychometric Validation of a New Tinnitus Questionnaire for Clinical Use.
However, the psychometric validation stage included participants from throughout the country and no problems with the wording of items were found.
According to the criterion of correlation strength in the psychometric validation proposed by Landis and Koch, (14) the correlation coefficient was judged as follows: 0.5 < [alpha] = unacceptable correlation; 0.6 > [alpha] [greater than or equal to] 0.5 = poor correlation; 0.7 > [alpha] [greater than or equal to] 0.6 = questionable; 0.8 > [alpyha] [greater than or equal to] 0.7 = acceptable correlation; 0.9 > [alpha] [greater than or equal to] 0.8 = good correlation; and [alpha] [greater than or equal to] 0.9 = excellent correlation.
Weight bias internalization in treatment-seeking overweight adults: Psychometric validation and associations with self-esteem, body image, and mood symptoms.
The SNA scores were the subject of psychometric validation described in the remainder of this article.
The colorectal anal distress inventory that shows low psychometric validation in validation studies evaluating three compartments showed good psychometric reliability in specific population in our study.
Chen-Sea, "Psychometric validation of the S-QoL Chinese (Taiwan) version for patients with schizophrenia," Quality of Life Research, vol.
The second is that although the instrument that has been selected for use in this study (i.e., Sport Mental Toughness Questionnaire [SMTQ]; Sheard et al., 2009) is a multidimensional measure of MT and has undergone extensive psychometric validation and support, subsequent examinations have resulted in the suggestion of further psychometric evaluation (Crust & Swann, 2011).