Évaluation | Biopsychologie | Comparatif | Cognitif | Du développement | Langue | Différences individuelles | Personnalité | Philosophie | Social | Méthodes | Statistiques | Clinique | Éducatif | Industriel | Articles professionnels | Psychologie mondiale | Statistiques: Scientific method · Research methods · Experimental design · Undergraduate statistics courses · Statistical tests · Game theory · Decision theory Nomological network ("lawful network", the term "nomology" being derived from the Greek, sens "lawful") is a representation of the concepts (constructs) of interests in a study, their observable manifestations, and the interrelationships among and between these. It was Cronbach and Meehl's view of construct validity that in order to provide evidence that a measure has construct validity, a nomological network has to be developed for its measure. The elements of a nomological network are: Must have at least two constructs; Theoretical propositions, specifying linkages between constructs: "As age increases, memory loss increases". Correspondence rules, allowing a construct to be measured. Operationalization: "Age is measured by asking "how old are you?" Empirical constructs or variables that can actually be measured. These are operationalized theoretical constructs. Empirical linkages: Hypotheses before data collection. Empirical generalization after data collection. Cet article lié à la psychologie est un bout. Vous pouvez aider le Wiki psychologie en l’élargissant. References Cronbach and Meehl (1955) Liens externes http://www.socialresearchmethods.net/kb/nomonet.htm This page uses Creative Commons Licensed content from Wikipedia (voir les auteurs).
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