volume 21, issue 12, P1761-1772 2002
DOI: 10.1002/sim.1138
View full text
|
|
Share

Abstract: It is valuable in many studies to assess both intrarater and interrater agreement. Most measures of intrarater agreement do not adjust for unequal estimates of prevalence between the separate rating occasions for a given rater and measures of interrater agreement typically ignore data from the second set of assessments when raters make duplicate assessments. In the event when both measures are assessed there are instances where interrater agreement is larger than at least one of the corresponding intrarater ag…

expand abstract