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Let each Tm equal a duration of one week. 2 be situations where anger is and is not appropriate. Then b jm will be a count of the number of expressions of anger in either an appropriate or inappropriate situation in a given week. Thus. SxT has dimensions 2x24. In the middle B weeks of this period. the individual is treated with short-term psychotherapy. Let the 2x24 matrix be segmented into three different but consecutive 2xB matrices. For the first B weeks. G{S) SxT should be large. indicating consistently inappropriate expressions of anger; in the middle B weeks.

In the next chapter, these 14 types of general consistency will be shown to be composed of 12 ditierent types of basic consistency. These types of consistency will be ennumerated and interpreted. Awaiting description then, are several familiar and other new and interesting types of consistency for personology and psychology. Chapter 4 Varieties of Consistency In this chapter, interpretations for the various types of consistency named and implied in Table 3 will be provided. The reader is invited to once more examine the equations in Table 3, and to note how the generalizability coefficients are computed.

Indicating complete inconsistency due to effective treatment. 40 This perhaps overly simple example should be sufficient to suggest applications of G(S) SxT in clinical studies of change, as well as developmental studies of growth and maturation. Though significance tests of differences between generalizability coefficients will usually not be particularly powerful, this method does at least allow for the examination of change in a single individual without employing unreliable difference scores.

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