Standardization refers to the process by which a set of standards or norms is specified for a measurement procedure so that it can be used consistently across different assessments.
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standardization refers to the process of establishing specific norms and requirements for a measurement technique to ensure it is used consistently across measurement occasions. This includes instructions for administering the measure, evaluating its findings, and comparing these to data for large numbers of people.
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