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Aproximación al uso del coeficiente alfa de Cronbach

@article{Oviedo2005AproximacinAU,
  title={Aproximaci{\'o}n al uso del coeficiente alfa de Cronbach},
  author={H. Oviedo and A. Campo-Arias},
  journal={Revista Colombiana de Psiquiatr{\'i}a},
  year={2005},
  volume={34},
  pages={572-580}
}
Introduction: Scales are frequently used in clinical and research psychiatry. However, scales must be validated in order to know their psychometric properties when they are administered to special populations. Description: Establishing the internal consistency of a scale is an approach to validate its construct. That is, the quantification of the correlation among the items includes in a scale. Cronbach' alpha values between 0.70 and 0.90 suggest a good internal consistency. The Cronbach' alpha… Expand
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