Level of Measurement Assignment

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In chapter 3 we first address the issue of conceptualization and then describe measurement sources, such as available data, questions, observations, and less direct and obtrusive measures. Next, we will discuss the level of measurement reflected in different measures. Define and provide your own example of the following:

      1. Face Validity
      2. Content Validity
      3. Criterion Validity
      4. Construct Validity

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Running head: LEVEL OF MEASUREMENT

Level of Measurement
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LEVEL OF MEASUREMENT

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Face validity is a term used for the assurance gained from cautious examination of a
concept to determine whether or not the test or research measures what it is expected to measure.
It can be thought of as being similar to “face value” where one just skims the surface in order to
make an opinion (Maxfield & Babbie, 2018). For instance, a count of the number of hours
students spent in the library in the past one week would be a face valid ...

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