Discriminant Validity

Discriminant Validity

Discriminant validity is the degree to which scores on a test *do not* correlated with scores from other tests that *are not* designed to assess the same construct. For example, if discriminant validity is high, scores on a test designed to assess aggressiveness should not be positively correlated with scores from tests designed to assess intelligence.

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