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## Meta-analytic correlations of Graduate Record Examination subtests with graduate grade point average

### Description

Correlations between GRE subtests and graduate student GPA from Kuncel et al. (2001).

### Usage

```
data(gre)
```

### Format

list with entries `r`

(mean observed correlations), `rho`

(mean
corrected correlations), `n`

(sample sizes), `sevar_r`

(sampling error
variances for mean observed correlations), `sevar_rho`

(sampling error
variances for mean corrected correlations), and `source`

(character labels
indicating which meta-analytic correlations came from the same source)

### Details

GRE–GPA correlations in `rho`

are corrected for direct range restriction on
the GRE and unreliability in GPA. Subtest intercorrelations in `rho`

are
observed correlations computed among applicant norm samples. These values are
also used in `r`

. Due to compensatory selection on GRE scores, these values
will not accurately reflect subtest intercorrelations in selected-student
(range-restricted) samples. `sevar_rho`

and`sevar_r`

for GRE subtest
intercorrelations are computed with an assumed
SD_{ρ} = .02.

### References

Kuncel, N. R., Hezlett, S. A., & Ones, D. S. (2001).
A comprehensive meta-analysis of the predictive validity of the graduate record examinations: Implications for graduate student selection and performance.
*Psychological Bulletin, 127*(1), 162–181. doi:10.1037/0033-2909.127.1.162

### Examples

```
data(gre)
```

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