Stat Quiz 05 Welcome to your Stat Quiz 05 Your Name 1. In the context of Pearson product-moment correlation coefficient, the closer a correlation is to 1.00, the _____ is the relationship between two variables. weaker more indirect more subtle stronger2. Alfredo is developing a test to measure an individual's anxiety in new situations. If the items on the measure represent the symptoms that define the anxiety construct, the measure is said to have _____ validity. concurrent correlational content convergent3. _____ refers to the consistency or stability of a measure of behavior. Variability Validity Reliability Reactivity4. Two researchers observe aggressive behaviors displayed by preschool children. The first researcher records a large number of aggressive acts displayed within a one-hour period. The second researcher also records many aggressive acts during the same period. Since both researchers agree in their observations, it can be inferred that the research has _____ reliability. interrater item-total test-retest consistency5. In the context of components of a measure, a reliable measure of intelligence must contain relatively low _____. measurement error coefficient true score validity6. Mike takes his temperature with a thermometer three times over a 20-minute period and observes the following measurements: 98, 106, and 89 degrees. In this context, Mike concludes that the _____ of the thermometer is _____. reliability; low validity; high variability; low reactivity; high7. _____ validity is the simplest indicator of construct validity of a measure. Discriminant Predictive Face Convergent8. According to Pearson product-movement correlation coefficient, a correlation of 0.00 shows that the two variables are: not related. negatively related. positively related. strongly related.9. _____ reliability is assessed by measuring the same individuals at two points in time. Split-half Interrater Test-retest Alternate forms10. What refers to the adequacy of the operational definition of variables? Interrater reliability Reactive validity Construct validity Split-half reliabilityTime is Up!