reliability coefficient

re·li·a·bil·i·ty co·ef·fi·cient

an index of the consistency of measurement often based on the correlation between scores obtained on the initial test and a retest (test-retest reliability) or between scores on two similar forms of the same test (equivalent-form reliability).
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Calculating the CI for a reliability coefficient is not an unknown procedure due to its development in connection with Cronbach's alpha (Dominguez-Lara & Merino, 2015) as well as being recommended by editorial policies (Fan & Thompson, 2001).
Alpha's reliability coefficient of the scale has been recorded to be 0.
This scale is based on 22 items having satisfactory value of alpha reliability coefficient.
The reliability coefficient indicated how well the items are correlated with one another.
Moreover, the split-half reliability coefficient, Cronbach's alpha, and test-retest reliability coefficient were calculated to be 0.
We calculated the intra-rater reliability coefficient for a two-facet crossed design ('landmark pairs-by-rater-by-subject', l x r x s) based on the generalizability theory (GT) (Ercan et al.
CFA, Cronbach's alpha reliability coefficient, and Pearson product-moment correlation coefficients were calculated on the dataset obtained from 721 university students.
The unreliability of the Cronbach alpha reliability coefficient.
The reliability coefficient of the scale (Cronbach alpha) is calculated as 0.
84, while reliability coefficient for Parent child relationship inventory is.
Cronbach's alpha reliability coefficient normally ranges between 0 and 1.
Reliability coefficient by test-retest method was found to be 0.

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