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August 2016

The following posts on Dyslexia and Academic Confidence were published in August 2016.

cronbach’s alpha

Applying a test for internal reliability to my e-Questionnaire Everyone uses Cronbach’s Alpha (α) to establish the supposed internal reliability of their data collection scales.  It is important to take into account, however, that the coefficient is a measure for determining the extent to which scale items reflect the consistency of scores obtained in specific […]

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Reverse coding

The eQNR that has collected my data contains 8 Likert Scales which each comprise collections of stem statements. I’ve tried hard to word the stem statements in such a way to minimize an overall sense that the questionnaire takes either a generally negative or generally positive sense.  My questionnaire asked respondents to provide a level […]

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