The robust reliability of neuropsychological measures: meta-analyses of test-retest correlations.

@article{Calamia2013TheRR,
  title={The robust reliability of neuropsychological measures: meta-analyses of test-retest correlations.},
  author={Matthew Calamia and Kristian E. Markon and Daniel Tranel},
  journal={The Clinical neuropsychologist},
  year={2013},
  volume={27 7},
  pages={1077-105}
}
Test-retest reliability is an important psychometric property relevant to assessment instruments typically used in neuropsychological assessment. This review presents a quantitative summary of test-retest reliability coefficients for a variety of widely used neuropsychological measures. In general, the meta-analytic test-retest reliabilities of the test scores ranged from adequate to high (i.e., r=.7 and higher). Furthermore, the reliability values were largely robust across factors such as age… CONTINUE READING

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