Thanks for the feedback. You are right that I'm not going to
generalize to other judges.
The question has been answered. : )
At 08:24 PM 7/3/2004 -0400, Goodwin, Gerald F wrote:
>Assuming that your two judges are the only two you care about (i.e., you
>are not going to argue that these two judges ratings are generalizable to
>a broader set of judges), yes your approach is correct.
>From: Stephen Salbod
>Sent: Sat 7/3/2004 7:56 PM
>Subject: Intraclass Correlation Coefficient
>I'm looking for confirmation:
>I selected 2 judges (fixed).
>Each judge counts the number of fear words used by a participant in a
>The average of the 2 measures will be the unit of measure in the study.
>I have 59 participants.
>Thus, data editor, has 59 participants (targets) with 2 measures each.
>I plan to use ICC (3, k);
> ICC (3, 2): Two-way mixed model; unit of analysis is average
> rating; and
>I was unable to read the original 1979 Shrout & Fleiss article; however, I
>was able to obtain the 1996 McGraw & Wong article, and, also I was able to
>download from the web, Yaffee's article for SPSS V8. I think I understand
>the material, but I want to get a second opinion.
>Thus, I would appreciate any comments, suggestions, or additional readings.
>Thank you and have happy 4th.
>Stephen Salbod, Pace University NYC