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Self-Report/Externally Assessed Classifications noted in the Mihura et al. (2013) Studies

Self-Report/Externally Assessed Classifications noted in the Mihura et al. (2013) Studies

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... presented in Tables 2 and 3 show that most validity coefficients, based on externally assessed criterion in Mihuraanalyses, were based on application studies (~65%), which is in contrast with the position related to their last sentence in the above quote. ...
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... never expected studies with better methodology to present higher effect sizes, but simply to have higher reliability coefficients and be conceptually sound. Consequently, we examined each of the articles included in our analyses to determine if these investigations were a self-report study and/or an externally assessed study (see Tables 2 & 3) using the criteria from Mihura et al. (2013) with most of the studies being externally assessed (67%). However, 91 (65%) of the articles that were considered externally assessed criteria articles were application studies while only 35% (50) were validation studies with externally assessed criteria. ...