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50 75 100 150 5 90 100 max 450 400 800 1,400 50 540 800 b = 300 mm, d f , h = d f , s = 450 mm, E s = 200 GPa, E s h = 10 GPa, E f = 40 GPa. 3 Reliability analysis 3.1 The analysis methodology The reliability index at hogging FRP rupture in

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distribution curves. As shown in Fig. 10c and d, under a given reliability, e.g., by drawing a horizontal line at reliability index of 0.9 that intersects with the curves which means 90% reliability, the increased melt blending process sequences and blending

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panel evaluated the samples subjected to different HHP and heat treatments by using a triangle test of ISO 4120:2004 ( ISO, 2004a ), where members were also asked to mark their judgements with a reliability index. For the evaluation sequential analysis

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Álvaro Sicilia, Manuel Alcaraz-Ibáñez, María-Jesús Lirola, Rafael Burgueño, and Anthony Maher

computed, using the Pearson’s coefficient ( R ) in the latter case. Estimates of internal consistency were computed for each subscale using a composite reliability index (ρ; Raykov, 2004 ) derived from the results of the confirmatory factor analyses (CFAs

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structural equation modeling to estimate the reliability index of the SI-R subscales ( Raykov, 1997 ). Third, while this study improved upon past research by sampling individuals from a range of different ethnicities (less than a third of participants were

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a general attitude toward psychedelics with a good reliability index (Cronbach’s α = .943). The attitude toward recreational use was measured across nine items, of which, upon using a simple reliability analysis, six items loaded on the

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trait (in this case food addiction), IRT enables its estimation at the item level (e.g., a food addiction presentation could be estimated/evaluated at the item level) and; (ii) whilst CTT estimates one reliability index (such as internal consistency) and

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Jesús Castro-Calvo, Rafael Ballester-Arnal, Joel Billieux, Beatriz Gil-Juliá, and María Dolores Gil-Llario

Spearman–Brown reliability index. Concerning temporal stability, test–retest correlation 1 year after the first paper-and-pencil application was .65, when the retest was performed in the same format and it was

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