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Generalizability

Generalizability is a process in testing and statistics theory that takes a score from a sample of behaviors and applies them to the entire possible set of observations. For example, generalizability is the process of testing 15 high school senior students on a standardized exam, calculating the average of those scores, and generalizing that the calculated average applies to all high school senior students with similar demographics.
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