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Table 1 provides an example of the range of reliability coefficients authors computed and reported in studies using the BRMAS. Although reliability estimates reported are generally acceptable, they vary from Burt's original alpha coefficient of 0.875.
Many articles referred to the reliability of the BRMAS, rather than to the reliability of the scores generated by the BRMAS.
Specifically, year in school, ethnicity, division of school, and type of sport were regressed on the BRMAS. Sport characteristics were conceptualized in two different ways.
Table 2 illustrates the results of an ordinary least squares regression with year in school, ethnicity, type of sport, and division of school predicting BRMAS. Among men, freshmen and sophomores scored significantly higher on this scale than juniors and seniors, (beta = 3.97, std error = 1.08).
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