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Mathematics, 22.06.2019 02:40, jake9919

Kilgore trout creates a new scale to diagnose depression. however, his scale only assesses one symptom of depression while ignoring others. which of the following is his new scale most likely lacking? a) test-retest reliability b) discriminant validity c) criterion validity d) alternate-forms reliability e) content validity f) none of the above

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