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ecological validity


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ecological validity n.

ecological validity n.

Ecological Validity of Performance Validity Testing

Memory assessment: A step toward establishing ecological validity

Ecologic validity in neuropsychological assessment: Prediction of wayfinding

Improving the ecological validity of executive functioning assessment

“Face valid” measures in the assessment of dementia: Realistic evaluation with apparent ecological validity

Feasibility and Validity of Computerized Ecological Momentary Assessment in Schizophrenia

Moving towards ecological validity in empirical aesthetics of dance

Ecological validity of the BNI screen: Correlation with FIM scores

The ecological validity of neuropsychological assessment in chronic schizophrenia

Ecological validity of simulators V. TBI litigants—Part 2: MMPI

The ecological validity of executive tests in a severely brain injured sample

The Ecological Validity of Clinical Tests of Memory and Attention in Multiple Sclerosis

Ecological validity of simulators v. TBI litigants—Part 1: Neuropsychological data

The Ecological Validity of Clinical Tests of Visuospatial Function in Community-Dwelling Older Adults

Ecological validity in neuropsychological assessment: A case for greater consideration in research with neurologically intact populations

Ecological validity of neuropsychological data as indicated by interrelationships with vocational data

The ecological validity of traditional memory evaluation in relation with controlled memory processes and routinization

 

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1 The confidence with which the conclusions of an empirical investigation can be generalized to naturally occurring situations in which the phenomenon under investigation occurs. See also validity, validity generalization. Compare external validity, internal validity.

2 In the writings of the Hungarian-born US psychologist Egon Brunswik (1903–55) and his followers, the correlation between a sensory cue (2) that an organism uses to judge an ecological criterion and the actual though imperceptible ecological criterion itself. See also Brunswikian, ecology (2), lens model, probabilistic functionalism.

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