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Measurement invariance of a direct behavior rating multi item scale across occasions

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Gebhardt, Markus ; DeVries, J. M. ; Jungjohann, J. ; Casale, G. ; Gegenfurtner, Andreas ; Kuhn, T. J.
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 06 Aug 2020 11:42


Direct Behavior Rating (DBR) as a behavioral progress monitoring tool can be designed as longitudinal assessment with only short intervals between measurement points. The reliability of these instruments has been mostly evaluated in observational studies with small samples based on generalizability theory. However, for a standardized use in the pedagogical field, a larger and broader sample is ...


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