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Cronbach's alpha

Cronbach's alpha α is a measure of the internal consistency of a scale.

 


Explanation

Cronbach's alpha is used mainly in psychometrics for test design and evaluation. Alpha can assume values between negative infinity and 1 (only positive values make sense).

 


Additional information

The name alpha was proposed by the American Lee Cronbach in 1951.

 


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