• Computer Science
  • Published 1989

Why Generalizability Theory Yields Better Results than Classical Test Theory.

@inproceedings{Eason1989WhyGT,
  title={Why Generalizability Theory Yields Better Results than Classical Test Theory.},
  author={Sandra H. Eason},
  year={1989}
}
Generalizability theory provides a technique for accurately estimating the reliability of measurements. The power of this theory is based on the simultaneous analysis of multiple sources of error variances. Equally important, generalizability theory considers relationships among the sources of measurement error. Just as multivariate inferential statistics consider relationships among variables that univariate statistics cannot detect, generalizability theory considers relationships of error… CONTINUE READING

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