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Multivariate generalizability theory (GT) represents a comprehensive framework for quantifying score consistency, separating multiple sources contributing to measurement error, correcting correlation coefficients for such error, assessing subscale viability, and determining the best ways to...
The depth of information collected in participants’ daily lives with active (e.g., experience sampling surveys) and passive (e.g., smartphone sensors) ambulatory measurement methods is immense. When measuring participants’ behaviors in daily life, the timing of particular events—such as social...
To establish a theory one needs cleverly designed and well-executed studies with appropriate and correctly interpreted statistical analyses. Equally important, one also needs replications of such studies and a way to combine the results of several replications into an accumulated state of...
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