Suppose a NASA task force is reviewing a final draft of an accident/incident report and you have been tasked with determining whether the conclusions presented in the final

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Suppose a NASA task force is reviewing a final draft of an accident/incident report and you have been tasked with determining whether the conclusions presented in the final

Consider a specific real world example in which NASA needed to investigate an accident/incident to determine the cause. How would construct validity be applied in this example and why would it be important to prove that validity?

 

Suppose a NASA task force is reviewing a final draft of an accident/incident report and you have been tasked with determining whether the conclusions presented in the final draft are in line with the data/findings presented within the report. Why would construct validity be part of your thought process in completing such a task?

Consider a specific real world example in which NASA needed to investigate an accident/incident to determine the cause. How would construct validity be applied in this example and why would it be important to prove that validity?

 

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