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A reliability coefficient

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The reliability coefficient is maximized when:

a) The examinees are heterogeneous
b) the examiners are homogeneous
c) THe examinees are very similar
d) Both b abd c are correct

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A reliability coefficient is a Pearson product-moment correlation coefficient between two sets of scores as described above. Correlation ...

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The reliability coefficient is defined and explained.

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