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I. Problems and Designs of Cross-Validation 1

I. Problems and Designs of Cross-Validation 1 SYMPOSIUM: THE NEED AND MEANS OF CROSS-VALIDATION I. PROBLEMS AND DESIGNS OF CROSS-VALIDATION 1 CHARLES I. MOSIER Personnel Research AGO2 Section, THE term &dquo;cross-validation&dquo; is often to loosely applied any one of several distinct, closely related, though experimental Before we lost in a of semantic confusion, designs. get swamp it be well to each of to out their these, may identify point similarities and and to make clear the differences objectives which it serves. What name we to each is al- give secondary, for convenience I shall attach a different name to each. though done I shall consider in detail more of this, greater Having the the basic cross-validation by pattern. problems posed The and what I consider the is the one first, classic, design referred to Kurtz in his Personnel by Psychology paper on the and Cureton in his Rohrschach,3 by paper, &dquo;Reliability, and If the of a set of Validity Boloney.&dquo;4 combining weights have been determined from the statistics of one predictors the effectiveness of the must be sample, predictor-composite determined on a This is the case separate, independent sample. whether the are beta combining weights multiple-regression or of one or zero. who weights item-analysis weights Anyone http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Educational and Psychological Measurement SAGE

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0013-1644
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1552-3888
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10.1177/001316445101100101
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SYMPOSIUM: THE NEED AND MEANS OF CROSS-VALIDATION I. PROBLEMS AND DESIGNS OF CROSS-VALIDATION 1 CHARLES I. MOSIER Personnel Research AGO2 Section, THE term &dquo;cross-validation&dquo; is often to loosely applied any one of several distinct, closely related, though experimental Before we lost in a of semantic confusion, designs. get swamp it be well to each of to out their these, may identify point similarities and and to make clear the differences objectives which it serves. What name we to each is al- give secondary, for convenience I shall attach a different name to each. though done I shall consider in detail more of this, greater Having the the basic cross-validation by pattern. problems posed The and what I consider the is the one first, classic, design referred to Kurtz in his Personnel by Psychology paper on the and Cureton in his Rohrschach,3 by paper, &dquo;Reliability, and If the of a set of Validity Boloney.&dquo;4 combining weights have been determined from the statistics of one predictors the effectiveness of the must be sample, predictor-composite determined on a This is the case separate, independent sample. whether the are beta combining weights multiple-regression or of one or zero. who weights item-analysis weights Anyone

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Educational and Psychological MeasurementSAGE

Published: Apr 1, 1951

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