1: Reliability and Validity Locate an established survey, which is commonly used in the field of psychology then provide the following information: Title of Instrument Include full title and name of developers. Description Provide a full description of the instrument. This includes the intended use of the scale and the target population. Also include the number of items within it and note if there are any subscales within the entire scale. Include any other relevant information, not including psychometric properties. This should be about 1 page in length. Psychometric Properties Summarize two major types of Reliability. Specifically, define each term and discuss the application and relevance to the instrument, which you have chosen (1 page in length). Summarize two major types of Validity. Specifically, define each term and discuss the application and relevance to the instrument, which you have chosen (1 page in length). Psychometric Properties of the Instrument (include instrument name here) Include here any type of psychometric properties of the instrument that you can locate. This includes various forms of validity and reliability. Include the correlational coefficients (r = .41).
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