Generalizability theory is a powerful method for simultaneously assessing many factors that affect reliability. Its use has been limited by its conceptual complexity and the lack of user-friendly software. This chapter first discusses G-theory, and then describes how to use a free program that does the actual calculations, allowing for the analysis of complicated reliability studies.
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