Description: Psychology Definition of GENERALIZABILITY: the term that applies to the accuracy with which results or findings can be transferred to situations or people other than those originally studied,
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Description: Generalizability theory acknowledges and allows for variability in assessment conditions that may affect measurements. The advantage of G theory lies in the fact that researchers can estimate what proportion of the total variance in the results is due to the individual factors that often vary in assessment, such as setting, time, items, and raters.
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Description: Define generalizability. generalizability synonyms, generalizability pronunciation, generalizability translation, English dictionary definition of generalizability. v. gen·er·al·ized , gen·er·al·iz·ing , gen·er·al·iz·es v. tr. 1. a. To reduce to a general form, class, or law. b. To render indefinite or unspecific.
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Description: In the Research 101 blog series, we have discussed how clinical trials are designed and the strengths and weaknesses of these designs. One factor that can affect the usefulness of a study, regardless of the strength of the design, is its generalizability.. So, what is Generalizability?
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Description: Generalizability and transferability are important elements of any research methodology, but they are not mutually exclusive: generalizability, to varying degrees, rests on the transferability of research findings. It is important for researchers to understand the implications of these twin aspects of research before designing a study.
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Description: Generalizability refers to the degree to which the results of a study can be applied to a larger population, or the degree to which time- and place-specific findings, taken together, can result in a universal theory.
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Description: Generalizability will be compromised if the study results are driven by characteristics that are unique to the site or implementing partner. For example, if the implementing partner in a study of the impact of microcredit is a particularly effective microcredit provider in an area where the program has been established, it is not clear that ...
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Description: Practice generalizing the results of a survey based on which population a sample came from.
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Description: External validity is the validity of applying the conclusions of a scientific study outside the context of that study. In other words, it is the extent to which the results of a study can be generalized to and across other situations, people, stimuli, and times. In contrast, internal validity is the validity of conclusions drawn within the context of a particular study.
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