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Title: The reliability of dichotomous judgments: Unequal numbers of judges per subject
Authors: Fleiss, Joseph L.
Cuzick, Jack
Issue Date: 1979
Citation: Fleiss, Joseph L & Cuzick, Jack. (1979). The reliability of dichotomous judgments: Unequal numbers of judges per subject. Applied Psychological Measurement, 3, 537-542. doi:10.1177/014662167900300410
Abstract: Consider a reliability study in which different subjects are judged on a dichotomous trait by different sets of judges, possibly unequal in number. A kappa-like measure of reliability is proposed, its correspondence to an intraclass correlation coefficient is pointed out, and a test for its statistical significance is presented. A numerical example is given.
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