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In [[psychometic]] '''Test validity''' is the degree to which it can be shown that a [[psychological measure]] actually assesses the characteristics it is designed to test
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In [[psychometrics]] '''Test validity''' is the degree to which it can be shown that a [[psychological measure]] actually assesses the characteristics it is designed to test
   
   

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In psychometrics Test validity is the degree to which it can be shown that a psychological measure actually assesses the characteristics it is designed to test


Types of validity

See also