Week 2 1) Answer the following multiple-choice questions based on your readings for this week. A test was administered to a group of students the morning after homecoming. Several of the students appeared tired and some were coughing and sneezing. These factors may result in what type of error 2) If the reliability coefficient of a test is determined to be .27, what percentage is attributed to random chance or error?27% 3) A researcher wants to measure content sampling error and has two versions of an achievement test available. What measure of estimating reliability would be 4) You are reading about reliability of a test in the test manual and notice that the researchers report using a Spearman-Brown coefficient. You can infer that internal consistency reliability was measured using: 5) A researcher wants to measure internal consistency in a test that measures two different constructs (self-esteem and depression) without subdividing the items into the two construct groupings. Which of the following would be the best method to use in measuring internal consistency 6) The SEM for an achievement test is 2.45. Jonny scores 100 and we assume that 68% of the time his true score falls between + 1 SEM. This means the confidence interval would be between: