Re: intrarater reliability - anchoring stimuli (Christel de Bruijn )

Subject: Re: intrarater reliability - anchoring stimuli
From:    Christel de Bruijn  <christel(at)LARYNX.SHEF.AC.UK>
Date:    Fri, 4 Apr 2003 19:36:25 +0100

Dear list, I would like to thank the people who responded to my 2 questions about the amount of duplicated data needed to reach an accurate intrarater reliability coefficient, as well the question on how to determine the size of a representative training/ anchoring set for a listening experiment. Neither of these issues turned out to be trivial, as I was afraid, or relieved :) to find out, especially the second one, which I now realise may be impossible to solve. Any further comments on the first issue (data duplication) will still be welcomed though! I will write shortly to those people who replied to me and who asked to be kept informed on any possible answers. Many thanks, Christel Christel de Bruijn - PhD student University of Sheffield Department of Human Communication Sciences 31 Claremont Crescent Sheffield S10 2TA United Kingdom phone: (+44) (0)114 22 22410 fax: (+44) (0)114 27 30547 e-mail: christel(at)

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