Generalizability Theory (G Theory)

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  • A more comprehensive model of measurement consistency than the classical reliability theory, which examines how various contributors to measurement error contribute to score variability. Generalizability analyses look at how factors such as test form, rater, items, occasions, and other factors (called facets) operate to introduce measurement error within a universe of assessment scores. The goal of such analyses is to determine how robust measurement is in the face of these sources of variability.


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