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ERIC Number: ED078030
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1950-Dec
Pages: 3
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The Three-Legged Coeffieicnt.
Test Service Bulletin, n40 p20-22 Dec 1950
A correlation coefficient should not be regarded as a judgment; it is only a number summarizing the relationship of two sets of facts to each other. A coefficient's size is important, but the reason for its size is more important. A coefficient should be regarded as a clue to further investigation, which should include the test, the criterion (possibly grades or ratings), and the population, together considered the three legs of a correlation coefficient. (For related documents, see TM 002 841-844.) (KM)
Not available separately; see TM 002 841
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Authoring Institution: Psychological Corp., New York, NY.
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