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Generalizability Theory

Generalizability Theory
A Primer

September 1991 | 152 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
In this volume, Shavelson and Webb offer an intuitive development of generalizability theory and cover a wide variety of topics such as generalizability studies with nested facets and with fixed facets, measurement error and generalizability coefficients, and decision studies with same and with different designs. Detailed illustrations, examples and exercises all serve to clearly describe the logic underlying major concepts in generalizability theory and assist readers in applying these methods when investigating the consistency of their own measurements.
Concepts in Generalizability Theory
Statistical Model Underlying Generalizability Theory
Generalizability Studies with Crossed Facets
Generalizability Studies with Nested Facets
Generalizability Studies with Fixed Facets
Decision Studies
Measurement Error and Generalizability Coefficients

Generalizability and Decision Studies with the Same Design
Generalizability and Decision Studies with Different Designs
Summary and Next Steps

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