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 STATISTICAL PARAMETERS OF PSYCHODIAGNOSTIC RESEARCH

Each psychological sign, as a result of measurement, can be characterized by several parameters.
ACCURACY (reliability) of measurement  quality reflecting the proximity of their result to the true value of the measured quantity. High accuracy corresponds to small systematic and random errors.
CORRECTNESS OF MEASUREMENT  quality reflecting the closeness to zero of the systematic errors of its results.
CONVERGENCE of measurement  quality, reflecting the closeness to each other of the results of measurements made under the same conditions.
REPRODUCIBILITY of measurements  quality, reflecting the closeness to each other of the results of measurements performed under different conditions. In a broad sense, reproducibility depends on the stability of the characteristics of the subject.
A wellconstructed test provides information that has: reproducibility (tested for reliability), derivability (allows you to obtain objective results), verifiability (allows you to use special procedures to check the validity and predictive value), the ability to predict and generalize, the ability to quantify the results obtained, practical usefulness , criticality (the ability to develop and create new modifications of specific techniques).
Obviously, accuracy (reliability) means both correctness and convergence, but converging and reproducible measurement results may be inaccurate. The value obtained during measurement and the assessment of a psychological sign are influenced by a variety of random factors from negligence in preparing stimulus material to changing solar activity. These factors usually cannot be taken into account, and the results of their influence are called random errors. The smaller the discrepancy between the measurement results under different conditions, the higher the reproducibility. To assess the quality of measurement, it is necessary to calculate the average value X of the obtained repeated results
where, X1, .... Xn are the values of repeated n measurements. The smaller the difference in means, the less systematic errors and higher correctness.
The discrepancies are described by the standard deviation (standard deviation denoted by? Or SD).
To assess the accuracy of the study in two dimensions or two tests, it is necessary to evaluate the reliability of the difference between the calculated average values. To do this, calculate the average error, also called the standard error, m.
The average error indicates the accuracy with which the average value is determined, therefore, it should be calculated only for these purposes and used only for comparing average values.
If any quantitative parameter of a psychological variable is described, then the average value and standard deviation (X ??) should be given.
To assess the reproducibility of the measurement results of two tests, it is necessary to calculate the Fcriterion,
where? 2 is the variance estimate of the two tests, with? 1>? 2. Dispersion is the squared standard deviation.
The value of F is compared with tabular critical values. Table 2.
The minimum value of the F criterion determining the significance of differences in variances at p <0.01.
This table is usually sufficient for comparing the convergence and reproducibility of measurements.
The coefficient of variation is a relative value and varies from 1 to 100%. If the coefficient of variation is greater than 100%, this means that the standard deviation is greater than the average value and, therefore, the distribution of the results differs from the normal (Gaussian  Laplace) and it is incorrect to describe it with the mean and standard deviation.
The result of a single measurement in one person is determined by the true value of the value of the psychological sign and the described errors called analytical variations. In turn, the true value can change for each person during the day, week, month, year, during exercise, changes in the emotional and functional state  these are internal variations.
If a researcher of people in the same conditions, then the differences between them are revealed. These differences are called interindividual variations.
In order to be able to interpret the results of the survey, taking into account the variations that affect the qualitative characteristics of the results of the survey, it is necessary to examine a representative group of people several times at different time intervals, and some measurements to be carried out repeatedly, in parallel to analyze several parts of one test. The totality of all the results obtained is defined as the total variation. The discrepancy between the results of multiple measurements on the same sample is analytical variability.
Inside, individual variability can be estimated as the difference in the variability of the results when repeated measurements in one subject and analytical variability. Interindividual variability is calculated as the difference between the total variability and the sum of the analytical and within the individual variability. It is usually understood that analytical variability should not be more than 10% of the average value of the measured characteristic.
To increase the diagnostic effectiveness of the test, it is necessary that not only the analytical variations are much smaller than the interindividual ones, but also that the individual variations inside are minimized. Otherwise, changes caused by uncontrolled factors will overshadow the differences, depending on the psychological or psychophysiological quality or property.
To achieve a decrease in the influence within individual variations on the result of a diagnostic study, it is necessary to standardize the conditions of the examination.
If studies are carried out repeatedly in the process of any influences, for example, during functional stress tests, when studying the daily or weekly working cycle of specialists, it is necessary that the analytical variations are less than individual ones, i.e., compared with the shifts that the psychophysiologist is expecting. Otherwise, the differences in the values during repeated measurements will be caused to a greater extent by errors.  << Previous   Next >>  = Skip to textbook content = 
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