Convergent Validity

Convergent Validity

Convergent validity refers to the degree to which scores on a test correlate with (or are related to) scores on other tests that are designed to assess the same construct. For example, if scores on a specific form of aggressiveness test are similar to people’s scores on other aggressiveness tests, then convergent validity is high (there is a positive correlation between the scores from similar tests of aggressiveness).

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