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Validity, Reliability, And Generalizability

Validity, Reliability, And Generalizability

Submitted by • August 4, 2016

Validity is described as the degree that a measuring procedure reflects, captures, or assesses the specific concept that a research is trying to measure. Validity usually applies to both the method and design of the research. Validity in the collection of data means that the findings of the research truly represent the phenomenon that one is claiming to measure.

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