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ERIC Number: EJ191775
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Publication Date: 1978-Sep
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When Reliability Fails, Must a Measure Be Discarded?--The Case of Kinesthetic Aftereffect.
Baker, A. Harvey; And Others
Journal of Research in Personality, v12 n3 p262-73 Sep 1978
The Kinesthetic Aftereffect (KAE) has been criticized as a personality measure because of its poor retest reliability and questionable validity. However, KAE's lower reliabilty can be explained by systematic bias effects occuring in pretesting. When the validity evidence is reevaluated in this light, "questionable" validity disappears. (Author/RK)
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