Introduction to Measurement Theory by Mary J. Allen

By Mary J. Allen

Advent to size concept bridges the space among texts that supply a mathematically rigorous remedy of the statistical houses of size and ones that debate the subject in a uncomplicated, "cookbook" model. with no overwhelming newbies or uninteresting the extra mathematically subtle, the authors successfully conceal the development of mental assessments and the translation of try out ratings and scales; significantly study classical true-score concept; and clarify theoretical assumptions and sleek size versions, controversies, and advancements. functional purposes, examples, and examine questions facilitate a greater knowing of the makes use of and obstacles of universal measures of try out reliability and validity and the way to accomplish the fundamental merchandise research worthwhile for try out development.

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