Ad hoc procedure for optimising agreement between observational records [Procedimiento ad hoc para optimizar el acuerdo entre registros observacionales]

Autor: Arana, Javier; Lapresa Ajamil, Daniel; Anguera, M. Teresa; Garzón, Belén; 

Tipo de documento: Artículo de revista

Revista: Anales de Psicología. ISSN: 0212-9728. Año: 2016. Número: 2. Volumen: 32. Páginas: 589-595.

doi 10.6018/analesps.32.2.213551Texto completo open access 

JCR (datos correspondientes al año 2014):
Edición:
Social Sciences  Área: PSYCHOLOGY, MULTIDISCIPLINARY  Quartil: Q3  Lugar área: 96/129  F. impacto: 0,504 
Edición:
Science  Área: PSYCHOLOGY  Quartil: Q4  Lugar área: 96/129  F. impacto: 0,504 

SCIMAGO (datos correspondientes al año 2014):
SJR:
,309  SNIP: ,507 

IN-RECS (datos correspondientes al año 2010) Disciplina: PSICOLOGIA  Cuartil: 1º C  Impacto: 1,068 

CARHUS Plus+: B

CIRC: GRUPO A

Resumen: Observational studies in the field of sport are complicated by the added difficulty of having to analyse multiple, complex events or behaviours that may last just a fraction of a second. In this study, we analyse three aspects related to the reliability of data collected in such a study. The first aim was to analyse and compare the reliability of data sets assessed quantitatively (calculation of kappa statistic) and qualitatively (consensus agreement method). The second aim was to describe how, by ensuring the alignment of events, we calculated the kappa statistic for the order parameter using SDIS-GSEQ software (version 5.1) for data sets containing different numbers of sequences. The third objective was to describe a new consultative procedure designed to remove the confusion generated by discordant data sets and improve the reliability of the data. The procedure is called “consultative” because it involves the participation of a new observer who is responsible for consulting the existing observations and deciding on the definitive result. © 2016: Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Murcia.