Types of Reliability and Validity

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Types of Reliability and Validity by Mind Map: Types of Reliability and Validity

1. Ideas

1.1. Criterion Validity1

1.1.1. A validity of intelligence

1.1.2. Concurrent and Predictive Validity

1.2. Content Validity

1.3. Face Validity

1.4. Construct Validity

2. Action Points

2.1. Test-Retest Reliability

2.2. Parellel Forms Reliability

3. Interrater Reliability method ask questions.provides a measure of dependability or consistency of scores. Retrieved from:www.axon.psy.memphis.edu

3.1. when a test includes performance task, or other items that need to be scored by humans, the reliabiity of the raters must be estimated.

4. A validity test of intelligence: correlate with other intelligence tests. It also correlate with behaviors that are considered to require intelligence.(such as doing well in school.)Retrieved from:www.axon.psy.memphis.edu

5. Content Validity: measures general knowledge,verbal,spatial and qualitative skills. Retrieved from:www.axon.psy.memphis.edu

6. Face Validity to Test : a test may have high or low degree of validity. Retrieved from:www.axon.psy.memphis.edu

7. Construct Validity of A Test: test of musical aptitude should not require too much reading. Retrieved from:www.axon.psy.memphis.edu

8. Predictive Validity:predicts future performance.(such as graduation.) Retrieved from:www.axon.psy.memphis.edu

9. Reliability of measurement is a property of consistency. Retrieved from:www.axon.psy.memphis.edu

10. for many criterion reference test a more useful way to think about reliability may be in terms of examiners classification. Retrieved from:www.axon.psy.memphis.edu

11. Parallell forms are constructed to match test blueprint.

12. parallel forms are constructed to be similar in average difficulty.

13. Parallel are reliable by administering both forms to the same groups.

14. Parallel form scores are correlated to determine how similarity the two test forms function.

15. If an examinee is classified as a master on both test administrations, or as a non master on both occassion , the test is producing consistency.

16. Validity is important when learning and assesing because it is important to teach concepts and beable to test the knowledge that is intented to be test and the feedback yielld valid. Retrieved from: www.axon.psy.memphis.edu

17. Reliability of measurement is important to learning and assessment because its role is to yield the same results in regardless to any circumstances. Retrieved from: www.axon.psy.memphis.edu