Types of Validity
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Within the test itself, does everything appear to be measuring what it intends to measure?
Outside of the test, do the results hold true? Can they be applied in alternative settings? Or with alternative people?
The degree to which everything in the test is measuring what it claims to measure
Where the test is measured against a pre-existing standardised and established test
Do the results from the sample hold true if compared to the target population?
Do the results from the original setting of the study hold due in alternative setting e.g. real-life
A type of external validity that refers to the ability to generalise results of a study across time
On the surface, does the test appear to be measuring what it intends to measure?
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