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within pairs of judges. In other words, pairs of judges who
rated different portions of the same interviews were
correlated with one another (i.e. 1 with 2, 3 with 4, and 5
with 6). This resulted in three correlations, one for each
pair of judges. The range of these three correlations are
represented in the first column of Table 3.3. The second
Table 3.3. Correlations between two judges rating interview
portions "A" and "B".
one two
judge
judges
Dynamic Cues
Ranae
Average
r
Corrected
r
Gaze
.19-.73
.47
.64
Smile
.53-.96
.75
.86
Hand Movements
.78-,91
.84
.91
Back/Side Lean
.69-.85
.76
.86
Body Orientation
.43-.90
.68
.81
column is the average of the three correlations in the first
column. The average correlation was corrected using the
Spearman-Brown formula for two judges. The corrected
correlation is reported in the third column.
The corrected intraclass correlations between two judges
ratings interview portions "A" and "B" based on a sample size
of 60 were: .68 for gaze, .69 for smile, .86 for hand
movement, .82 for back/side lean, and .82 for parallel body
orientation.