A measure of visitor satisfaction with outdoor recreation
is important for effective management.
Cronbach’s theory of generalizability was used to
estimate the effects of time of measurement, item
context, and item content on a recreation satisfaction
measure, which was given to floaters on two
rivers. The influences of item content, item context,
and times were large, small, and none, respectively.
Schomaker, John H & Knopf, Richard C. (1982). Generalizability of a measure of visitor satisfaction with outdoor recreation. Applied Psychological Measurement, 6, 173-183. doi:10.1177/014662168200600203
Schomaker, John H.; Knopf, Richard C..
Generalizability of a measure of visitor satisfaction with outdoor recreation.
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