THE RELIABILITY OF THE UNIQUE SUBGROUP APPLICATION OF KYST
The reliability of KYST when used with a population having known unique subgroups was explored. Thirty stratified samples of thirty subjects were analyzed by KYST. The results were examined for consistency of stress distribution, final solutions and dimensionality.^ Consistent results were found among the stress distributions of the samples. Although final solutions appeared to be similar, problems with dimensionality precluded any specific comparisons.^ Although reliability was suggested by the results more research is necessary to establish KYST as a reliable, practical tool for educational psychologists. ^
SHEA, VIRGINIA AGNES, "THE RELIABILITY OF THE UNIQUE SUBGROUP APPLICATION OF KYST" (1983). ETD Collection for Fordham University. AAI8326191.