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1 Running Head: ACCURACY OF SELF-REPORTED GRADES Accuracy of Self-Reported Grades: Implications for Research

By James S. Cole, Louis Rocconi and Robert M. Gonyea

Abstract

All data have measurement error (Anastasi & Urbina, 1997). Ideally error will be minimized so that the reported data are as close to their ‘true ’ score as possible. However, most researchers acknowledge that self-reported data, with their reliance on accurate and unbiased memories, are exposed to concerns about reliability and validity (Gonyea, 2005; Pearson, Ross

Year: 2012
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