Degree to which a predictor test correlates with a criterion test
The means of determining a test's or other assessment tool's validity by comparing test scores against actual job performance.
The validity of a test that determines how much the results can be used to infer an individual's value on some other, accepted test administered at the same time.
Concurrent validity is one type of criterion-referenced validity. Test scores are compared with a criterion measure obtained at about the same time, and the coefficient describes their relationship.
"The extent to which an independent measure of an already measured trait shows similar results to the first/former test. "The extent to which an independent measure of an already measured trait shows similar results to the first/former test.
This refers to a statistical method for estimating the validity of a test that provides evidence about the extent to which the test classifies examinees correctly. Concurrent validity estimates the relationship between an examinee's known status as either a master or a non-master and that examinee's classification as a master or a non-master as a result of the test.
Validity measured when an employer tests current employees and correlates the scores with their performance ratings.
Concurrent validity is a parameter used in sociology, psychology, and other psychometric or behavioral sciences. Concurrent validity is demonstrated where a test correlates well with a measure that has previously been validated. The two measures may be for the same construct, or for different, but presumably related, constructs.