An approximate statistical test is derived for the
hypothesis that the intraclass reliability coefficients
associated with two measurement procedures are
equal. Control of Type 1 error is investigated by
comparing empirical sampling distributions of the
test statistic with its derived theoretical distribution.
A numerical illustration of the procedure is
also presented. Index terms: intraclass reliability,
reliability, sampling theory, Spearman-Brown
extrapolation, statistical test.
Alsawalmeh, Yousef M & Feldt, Leonard S. (1992). Test of the hypothesis that the intraclass reliability coefficient is the same for two measurement procedures. Applied Psychological Measurement, 16, 195-205. doi:10.1177/014662169201600208
Alsawalmeh, Yousef M.; Feldt, Leonard S..
Test of the hypothesis that the intraclass reliability coefficient is the same for two measurement procedures.
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