Measurement in Health and Disease Exercise : Validity of the PI HAQ

@inproceedings{Kirwan2005MeasurementIH,
  title={Measurement in Health and Disease Exercise : Validity of the PI HAQ},
  author={John R Kirwan},
  year={2005}
}
Measurement in Health and Disease Exercise: Validity of the PI HAQ Read the attached paper ‘Measuring the meaning of disability in rheumatoid arthritis: the Personal Impact Health Assessment Questionnaire (PI HAQ)’ and answer the questions. Ignore the references to Cronbach’s α, which we shall do later in the course. 1. What is ‘face validity’ and how would Study 1 establish it? 2. What is ‘content validity’ and in what sense would Study 2 establish it? 3. In the results for Study 2, what can… CONTINUE READING

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