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A easy reading monograph in scale development
on May 9, 2002
It's a worth reading for those who wishes to know more about scale development. Chapters on "Reliability" and "Validity" are a bit too brief, I dare say. On the other hand, Chapter 5 provides really easy to follow, step by step instructions in building a scale. Readers following through these instructions shouldn't find difficulty constucting their own scales! Perhaps, for those who wishes to know more about issues concerning scale reliability and validity, they may refer to Spector's "Summated Rating Scale Construction (A Sage publication).