Varying coefficient meta-analytic methods for alpha reliability.

@article{Bonett2010VaryingCM,
  title={Varying coefficient meta-analytic methods for alpha reliability.},
  author={Douglas G. Bonett},
  journal={Psychological methods},
  year={2010},
  volume={15 4},
  pages={
          368-85
        }
}
  • Douglas G. Bonett
  • Published in Psychological methods 2010
  • Mathematics, Medicine
  • The conventional fixed-effects (FE) and random-effects (RE) confidence intervals that are used to assess the average alpha reliability across multiple studies have serious limitations. The FE method, which is based on a constant coefficient model, assumes equal reliability coefficients across studies and breaks down under minor violations of this assumption. The RE method, which is based on a random coefficient model, assumes that the selected studies are a random sample from a normally… CONTINUE READING

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