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Assessing the Reliability of Scores Produced by the Substance Abuse Subtle Screening Inventory (SASSI) by Joshua Woodson The fundamental principle that reliability is a property of scores and not of instruments provides the foundation of a meta-analytic technique called reliability generalization (RG). RG studies characterize the reliability of scores generated by a given instrument and identify methodological and sample characteristics that contribute to the variability in the reliability ofdoi:10.1080/10826080802486772 pmid:19544146 fatcat:ywmoojsh7neqndn6cxzh5a2qde