A comparison of three multivariate models for estimating test battery reliability

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Title translated into German:Ein Vergleich dreier multivariater Modelle zur Einschaetzung der Reliabilitaet einer Testbatterie
Author:Wood, Terry M.; Safrit, Margaret J.
Published in:Research quarterly for exercise and sport
Published:58 (1987), 2 , S. 150-159, Lit.
Format: Publications (Database SPOLIT)
Publication Type: Journal article
Media type: Print resource
Language:English
ISSN:0270-1367, 2168-3824
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Identification number:PU198807010736
Source:BISp

Abstract

This investigation compared, using computer sampling procedures, three multivariate models for estimating test battery reliability: the canonical reliability model (Conger Lipshitz, 1973), the maximum generalizability model (Joe Woodward, 1976), and the canonical correlation model (Wood Safrit, 1984). The models were compared on the basis of theoretical underpinnings; sampling distribution characteristics; and the properties of bias, consistency, and relative efficiency. While estimators for all models evidenced little bias and were consistend, the coefficient of maximum generalizability showed the least degree of bias, the smallest errors in estimation, and the greatest relative efficiency across all experimental conditions. Verf.-Referat