The second survey was conducted at the office visit before any treatment had been instituted (TP2); the purpose of the second survey was to gauge test-retest reliability
The test-retest reliability
of the short form was somewhat lower compared to total scores, and so use of the short form may come at a modest expense to the stability of measurement.
To analyze test-retest reliability
, after a 4-week interval the CRI-Adult was administered again and the participants were instructed to answer items on the problem that they had explained in the first administration of the test.
(n=39) and internal consistency (n=109) of the WSE-38 WSE Item Mean SD Mean IV-1 IV-1 IV-2 1.
This simulator trial method has valid test-retest reliability
for each of the three SAE scenarios.
In addition, internal consistency coefficients and test-retest reliability
values indicate that the scale is a reliable measurement tool.
The HAM-D has demonstrated good internal consistency, good overall test-retest reliability
and good inter-rater reliability in patients diagnosed with depression.
Relative test-retest reliability
was calculated with the intraclass correlation coefficients (ICC).
of the scale was examined with the Spearman's correlation of the two scores obtained one week apart.
The intraclass coefficient correlation (ICC) was used to determine 1-RM and 10-RM test-retest reliability
In addition, studies on faking typically involve multiple administrations of the task, providing an opportunity to explore test-retest reliability
, a fundamental psychometric variable for any measure.
Two types of reliability are usually measured for screening tools: internal consistency and test-retest reliability