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By Joanne Fluke

Among baking up a hurricane for The Cookie Jar and unraveling the secret of her cat Moishe’s contemporary unusual habit, Hannah Swensen has much on her plate. yet she’ll continuously find time for her enterprise companion, Lisa, who’s in the middle of getting ready for an incredible relations reunion. everyone seems to be thrilled whilst Lisa’s long-lost uncle makes a shock visual appeal. nobody has heard from Gus in twenty-five years. Uncle Gus is instantly the hit of the reunion. He’s virtually as renowned as Hannah’s delicious carrot cake, that is additionally Gus’s favourite dessert. however the subsequent morning, because the entire relatives gathers for the gang picture, one individual is lacking. Hannah bargains to trace down Uncle Gus, yet her seek ends up in a stunning locate. Over through the bar on the pavilion, she spots slices of her notorious carrot cake, frosting-side down at the floor—and Gus’s corpse with an ice choose jutting out of his chest!

Now Hannah’s obtained to sift via an extended record of suspects to discover a killer—even if it can suggest a recipe for her personal demise…

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38 ICC unjustiert (ICC1) unjustiert (ICC2) justiert (ICC3) Modell einfaktoriell zweifaktoriell Ratervarianz ist Teil der Fehlervarianz Ratervarianz ist kein Teil der Fehlervarianz Quelle: In Anlehnung an Wirtz/Casper (2002), S. 171. , unjust. , unjust. , just. = MS MS zw zw − MS inn + ( k − 1 ) MS inn MSzw − MSres k ( MSrat − MSres ) MSzw + (k − 1)MSres + n MS MS zw − MS res zw + ( k − 1 ) MS res Tab. B-2: Klassifizierung der drei Intraklassen-Korrelationskoeffizienten der Interrater-Reliabilität Um den Einsatz des am besten geeigneten ICCs gewährleisten zu können, müssen die folgenden Anwendungskriterien für die Intraklassen-Korrelation berücksichtigt werden (vgl.

Sie geben an, inwieweit die tatsächlich beobachtete Übereinstimmung positiv von der Zufallserwartung abweicht. Hierbei unterscheiden sich die beiden Maße ledig- 106 107 108 109 Vgl. hierzu und im folgenden Hubert (1977), S. 296. Vgl. Friede (1981), S. 3. Vgl. Grayson/Rust (2001), S. 72 f. Vgl. Wirtz/Casper (2002), S. 47. 32 lich im Verständnis dessen, was als Zufallserwartung angesehen wird. 4) κ =π = P −P 1 −P 0 e e P 0 = Anteil der Fälle, in denen die Rater identische Urteile abgegeben haben.

42, einen ICC von 0,70 und Rousson/Gasser/Seifert (2003), S. 617, einen Wert dieses Koeffizienten von 0,75 als akzeptabel. Vgl. Domsch/Gerpott (1986), S. 116. Für eine ausführliche Darstellung dieser Koeffizienten vgl. die Ausführungen von Wirtz/Casper (2002), S. 229 ff. 2. 132 Wie schon erörtert, beurteilen die „at a point in time“Koeffizienten die Reliabilität einer Messmethode anhand von Paralleltestungen zu einem Messzeitpunkt. Demgegenüber bewerten die „over time“-Koeffizienten die Reliabilität, indem dasselbe Messinstrument einer Stichprobe von Auskunftspersonen mit einem gewissen Zeitabstand mindestens zweimal vorgelegt wird.

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